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Smyrna, Tennessee Real Estate

Smyrna is experiencing a tremendous amount of growth in real estate. Beautiful single-family detached homes in neighborhoods surrounded by lush parks and quality schools are popping up all over the town. Quaint two- or three-bedroom homes built with red brick on large lots are priced from $110,000 in neighborhoods such as Cayla Village, Enon Springs, Margaret Martin, Meadow Brooke Village, and Fort Hill Heights. A tremendous number of starter home areas, such as Valley of the Spring and Forest Crossing Village, are characterized by well-made homes at move-in prices. Elegant brick executive homes with numerous modern amenities range from $150,000 to $800,000 in exclusive enclaves such as Del Thomas Farm, The Oaks, Jefferson Square, Arlington and Cedar Forest. Million dollar estates are available in some of Smyrna's more exclusive neighborhoods.

Condominiums and townhouses are available and are generally priced from $110,000 to $165,000. Land and lots are abundantly available for custom building and farm/ranch properties can also be found.

Smyrna, Tennessee Real Estate & Homes for Sale

The delightful and historic town of Smyrna is located in Rutherford County, a mere 15 miles southeast of Nashville. Primarily a bedroom community, the town is home to many people who commute to work in the country music capital of the world. Far from being a typical suburb, Smyrna is fascinating and unique in its own right. From railroad town to military base to home of the largest automobile manufacturing plant under one roof, this resilient city has weathered both burgeoning growth and adversity to make its story a successful one.

Over 43,000 residents enjoy Smyrna's diverse way of life, outstanding quality of living, strong economy and affordable modern housing. The Rutherford County School District serves more than 35,000 students within the cities of Murfreesboro, Smyrna, LaVergne and Eagleville. The student-teacher ratio is approximately 25:1.

The closure of Sewart Air Force Base - a major local employer until the late 1960s - could have had severe, permanent economic repercussions for Smyrna and its inhabitants. Instead, the 2,400-acre property was converted to private industrial use and attracted such corporate giants as Better Built Aluminum, Cumberland Swan and Square D. In the 1980s, Nissan built a plant on 800 acres in Smyrna, thereby becoming the first Japanese automobile manufacturer to set up shop in the U.S. The plant now employs more than 6,000 workers. Needless to say, the foresight of community leaders and the arrival of the automotive industry have positioned Smyrna for continued economic growth into the new millennium.

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Smyrna, TN 37167