According to legend, Nolensville’s very existence is an accident. In 1797, William Nolen’s wagon broke down here while he and his family were making their way through Middle Tennessee. While waiting for the wagon to be repaired, Nolen looked around and noticed the area had plenty of water, game, and general awesomeness. Mr. and Mrs. Nolen and their five kids decided to stay put — and Nolensville was born. Today, the original Nolen log cabin still exists within the Nolen House, and the downstairs portion of the home is available for rent on Airbnb. 

Over the last 200 years, Nolensville survived the Civil War, Reconstruction, the Great Depression, multiple fires, and one major flood. Although the area is benefitting from Nashville and Franklin’s collective boom and new homes and shopping centers are popping up everywhere you look, a charming hodgepodge of historic homes and structures still line the streets of a small stretch of Nolensville Road, and herein lies the town’s unique charm. Whether you’re on a date, looking for something fun to do with the kids, or out on a shopping adventure with your besties, historic downtown Nolensville has something special to offer you. 

From the late 1990s to present, Nolensville has seen phenomenal residential and commercial growth as farms have given way to new subdivisions with homes purchased by those desiring a Williamson County address and Williamson County schools 

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $981K
Lowest Price $0
Highest Price $10.8M
Total Listings 340
Avg. Days On Market 38
Avg. Price/SQFT $258

Property Types (active listings)


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