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Thompsons Station Real Estate

Located approximately 25 miles south of Nashville, amid the rolling hills and pastoral countryside of Middle Tennessee, the inviting Town of Thompson’s Station is a great place to live.

Originally named White House and then Littlebury, Thompson’s Station today is a growing town with a median family income of $90,000. Residents can send their children to highly regarded Williamson County Schools, and motorists have convenient access to Interstate 840 and its connection to Interstate 65 and nearby Nashville. Pastoral settings are commonplace in Thompson’s Station, with hillsides, wildlife and open spaces, and every new subdivision development includes a neighborhood park.

Steeped in history, from its earliest settlers in 1780, to the stirring Battle of Thompson’s Station and as a stop along Tennessee’s Great Train Trail, the town’s tranquil environment and inviting atmosphere is worlds apart from hectic urban lifestyles, yet near to all that world-renowned “Music City” and surrounding communities have to offer.