Just 17 miles east of Nashville lies the cozy but growing community of Mount Juliet, Tennessee. Bordered on the north by the Old Hickory Lake section of the Cumberland River and on the south by the J. Percy Priest Reservoir and its many parks and recreation areas, this city boasts many natural opportunities for recreation as well as a bustling housing market. Charming single-family homes of all sizes can be found within each of the municipality's eight main areas, most of which were built after the year 2000.
From Rural Hill in the south to the Green Hill and Saundersville area in the north, Mount Juliet offers many great neighborhoods. Though each has unique characteristics, all sections of the town share the city's overall cleanliness, prosperity and access to myriad recreational and consumer options. New construction projects abound, and growth attracts many upper-middle class families with college educations. Consequently, the schools in Mount Juliet are exceptional. According to Great Schools website rankings, all the public schools in the area rank either a nine or a 10. Additionally, there are many private and parochial schools for residents to choose from. All public schools are part of the Wilson County School District, and some of the area is zoned for a high school in the nearby community of Lebanon. Additionally, Neighborhood Scout reports that the crime in Mount Juliet is significantly lower than the norm for cities of equivalent size.
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