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Spread out over 22 square miles, Cookeville lies 80 miles east of Nashville and 100 miles west of Knoxville, conveniently off the major I-40 interstate. This Putnam county city is a major hub for education, employment, retail, healthcare, and more. In fact, over 15,000 people of the Upper Cumberland region travel into Cookeville daily for work, school, shopping, business, or entertainment. Cookeville's Cane Creek Park and three other state parks attract nature lovers, while three Corps of Engineer lakes that are just a few minutes drive away claim over 1,200 miles of beautiful shorelines. The humid subtropical climate gives Cookeville its popular warm summers and fairly mild winters.



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The homes of Cookeville, Tennessee, range from brick ranch houses typical of the area to Gothic southern mansions with columns adorning the wide steps of the porch. Future home buyers will be interested in the potential value that the Cookeville market holds, since most of its homes are well within an affordable range and the area is constantly attracting new businesses and professionals because of its economic boom. Those who are looking for an acre or a few of land with their home will be delighted with the options that spacious Cookeville has for landowners.
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