Community Highlights

  • On Average 208 Days of Sun/Year
  • Parks: Pinkerton Park, Timberland Park, Williamson County Community Garden, and more!
  • 232,000 Residents
  • Golf Courses: The Governors Club, Brentwood Country Club, The Grove, Vanderbilt Legends League, and many more!
  • Miles to Nashville: ~20
  • Grocery stores: Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Sprouts, Publix, and more!

About Williamson County, TN

When you think of Tennessee living, if you imagine rolling hills, picturesque horse farms, a taste of history, luxury living, and convenience to Nashville, you might just be thinking of Williamson County. You’ll find a mix of home options, from luxury apartments and condos to planned subdivisions, historic homes and beautiful farms. While the area has seen tremendous growth in the last few years, community leaders have taken important steps to preserve its rural character and vibrant history. You’ll love living, working and playing in Williamson County.

Williamson County Courthouse

Williamson County Courthouse

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Located just south of Nashville in beautiful Middle Tennessee, Williamson County residents enjoy a high quality of life. Often considered one of the most sought-after locations in the state, Williamson County is known for its high-performing schools, pristine recreational facilities, strong business climate, and wide range of restaurants and retail choices.

From the Factory at Franklin, to the Hill Center in Brentwood, and even the CoolSprings Mall, you’ll find an eclectic mix of quaint local shops to high-end name brands. As far as the food scene in Williamson county goes, it can’t be matched. Step into history and visit Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant. The restaurant’s roots stretch back to the 1950’s and included a small grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork. Ever since then they’ve focused on providing friends, new and old, with great food and Southern hospitality. After dinner, sip some small batch TN whiskey at Leiper’s Fork Distillery.

Pick up some local goods at the Franklin Farmers Market and shop ’til you drop at one of Williamson County’s countless retail options.


From history buffs, to music lovers, to outdoor enthusiasts, you’re sure to find plenty of things to do in Williamson County. Kick off an epic morning by enjoying the sunrise from the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway. You can even plan an overnight stay at Dark Horse Recording Studio – home to country music superstars Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Carrie Underwood, Reba McIntire, Dolly Parton, and Taylor Swift, just to name a few! If country music isn’t the only genre you love, you can catch several music giants at the annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival.

Tinkerbell Playground, Pinkerton Park, Franklin, Tennessee.

Tinkerbell Playground, Pinkerton Park, Franklin, Tennessee.

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Green fields with cows in Williamson County Tennessee

Williamson County, TN,

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Other annual top hits in the area include the Williamson County Fair, Dickens of a Christmas, the Great American BBQ Festival, and Wine Down Main Street. Plan a picnic at Arrington Vineyards, catch a songwriter’s night in Leiper’s Fork, and so much more.


In Williamson County you’ll find the Franklin Special Schools District as well as the Williamson County School District. There are also 25 private schools such as Brentwood Academy and Battle Ground Academy. Year after year, schools in Williamson County are often known for scoring at or near the top for various testing.

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