Relocating to Clarksville TN? Clarksville is one of Tennessee’s oldest cities, incorporated in 1785 and named for a Revolutionary War hero whose brother William was the Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. This Montgomery County city is also the birthplace of several famous Americans, including Little Richard, Jimi Hendrix, and Robert Penn Warren. Like any city with a storied past, Clarksville has several landmarks worth checking out.
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The Relocation Guide will be handy for all the new Google, Hankook Tire and LG Appliance employee’s moving into our area. Clarksville is also growing as a bedroom community for Nashville, the low cost of living and affordable housing is bring home buyers and investors to our city.
There is a Facebook page for lifelong Clarksville natives and old times with insight that only they would know about living in Clarksville. Things such as Porters Bluff Cave, best place to grab fried catfish for lunch, where the flow trails are for dirt jumping… https://www.facebook.com/groups/ILoveClarksvilleTN/
Do you want to know where all the hidden neighborhoods are in Clarksville that the locals love and call home? We have that here on our website.
Greenwood https://www.clarksvillehomesales.us/community/glenwood-clarksville-tn/ and many other neighborhoods.
Many people decide to retire in Clarksville because the people are friendly and the services offered to the citizens are comprehensive. The continued growth shows that the word is getting out that Clarksville TN is the place to be.
The city is spread over 94.9 square miles and is located about 35 miles Northwest of Nashville. Clarksville is quickly becoming a bedroom community to the Greater Nashville area because of the more affordable housing. The average home sales price last year for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a 2 car garage was in the mid $160k.
Points of Interest in Clarksville
One of Clarksville’s performing arts hallmarks is its Roxy Regional Theatre. Housed in a 1947 art modern structure, the Roxy is Clarksville’s oldest professional theatre and offers a combination of professional company shows and community performances. Another prime venue for performing arts is Austin Peay State University’s Center for the Creative Arts, which promotes a variety of musical and dance productions, concerts, and theatrical performances.
Located in historic downtown Clarksville is the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, one of Tennessee’s largest general museums.
Other notable attractions in Clarksville include:
- Cumberland RiverWalk: Clarksville’s signature riverfront promenade
- Wilma Rudolph Statue: Built to honor the Clarksville native and outstanding Olympic athlete
- Smith-Trahern Mansion: Built in 1858 by wealthy tobacconist Christopher Smith
- L & N Train Station: A restored 1890 station which served as the setting for the Monkees’ hit, “Last Train to Clarksville”
- Dunbar Cave
- Montgomery County Courts Complex
- Beachaven Vineyards & Winery
- Clarksville City Arboretum
- Clarksville Speedway racetrack
- SSF Submission Academy
The Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, located at Fort Campbell, traces the history of the famed 101st Airborne Division’s Screaming Eagles from World War II to the present day.
As you can see, there are many great reasons to move to Clarksville TN and we are just scratching the surface. This area is an outdoorsman’s paradise. Hunting, fishing, hiking, kayaking and mountain biking are always available and easy to get to. KY Lake, the Ohio River, the Mississippi and Reelfoot Lake are all within easy driving distance.
No matter what it is that you are looking for, Clarksville TN has you covered. Isn’t it time you called Ron Dayley and made Clarksville your home?
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