Of the numerous properties for sale in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, the majority are single-family homes. There are also a few condominiums, townhomes and manufactured homes, but if none of these are what you’re looking for, consider building your custom dream home on one of the many available lots. The median home price in this town of nearly 17,000 residents is $158,500. The low cost of living in Goodlettsville, along with its proximity to all the amenities of Nashville, make it an ideal place to settle down.
Goodlettsville is located in north-central Tennessee, just 16 miles north of downtown Nashville, also known as Music City USA. The abundance of cultural activities, including music, food and southern hospitality in the Greater Nashville Area is astounding. Nashville is also known for its many colleges and university campuses, where students have the opportunity to study law, religion, technology and more. Goodlettsville itself is a great place when it comes to education. For children in kindergarten through 12th grade, the town has many different schools to choose from, both public and private. Goodlettsville is not a place of all work and no play, though. The local residents are very proud of their city’s small-town charm and historical heritage, and provide many opportunities to experience both.
Although the area’s humid subtropical climate means that you can expect hot, humid summers, winters are mild and usually only produce around 6 inches of snow in any given year. No matter the weather, indoor and outdoor activities can be found for every taste. Goodlettsville maintains four public parks, with amenities including a dog park, walking trails, a community center and ball fields. In fact, one of the town’s claims to fame is that it is the home of the 2012 United States Champion Little League team. The city also sponsors arts and antiques festivals, and one of its major attractions is its well-known antiques district. There is also a shopping mall, if antiques aren’t your thing, and a speedway for watching the races. At the local winery, you can taste the fruit of the Tennessee vine. Madison Creek Organic Farm hosts a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program, providing participants with fresh, in-season produce. Search our listings today to find your new home in Goodlettsville.