About Trousdale County, TN
Located within an hour drive to Nashville, Trousdale County is characterized by charming country living. Rolling hills, fertile land, natural springs, and the flowing Cumberland River make the “Heart of Tennessee” one of the most scenic areas in the state.
DINING & SHOPPING
With convenient access to I-40, multiple shopping and dining options are just 20 minutes away from Trousdale County in Lebanon. If you’d prefer to stay in Trousdale County, there are a select few local options such as Dillehay’s Cafe, Hartsville Taco Company, and Farmer’s Harvest which offers meat & three options with farm-raised fresh meat, produce and creamery ice cream.
Trousdale County is located within an hour drive of Nashville, and offers the scenic beauty of rural middle Tennessee, a hometown feel and a handful of recreational opportunities. The Cumberland River flows through providing opportunities for boating, kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Fun fact: The world record Walleye was once caught in Trousdale County!
For the 2022 school year, there are three public schools serving 1,286 students in Trousdale County School District. Trousdale County is home to the Yellow Jackets, and the tight-knit community of local football fans can often be found at John Kerr Field on Friday nights in the fall.
Start Your Home Search
With so many great homes in Trousdale County, TN to choose from you’ll need an experienced agent in your corner. Contact Cullum Stirling of the Stirling Venture Group and get the process started today.
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