Mount Juliet Homes for Sale

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About Mount Juliet Homes for Sale

Top-rated schools, tree-lined residential streets, and friendly neighbors make Mount Juliet homes for sale a clear choice for families, especially those with younger children. This bedroom community of Nashville is anything but sleepy, though, thanks to great amenities like the Providence Marketplace. The Mount Juliet real estate market offers a robust selection of spacious single-family homes, and most were built this century. If you've got a growing family on your hands, you'll love it here.

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Homes for Sale in Mount Juliet

Homes for Sale in Mount Juliet

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Mount Juliet Homes For Sale

Mount Juliet has grown immensely in the past few decades, with almost 2,000 detached homes and a small selection of townhouses accommodating a population over 28,000.

Mount Juliet homes for sale are popular because they tend to be spacious and well-maintained—the average home here is 2,720 square feet! These properties range from quaint manufactured homes to luxury estates in gated communities, the finest of which offer lake access or views of the local fairways.

Furniture on the front deck of a big home

Though most properties in Mount Juliet are recent builds, which suits most people just fine, when a historic farm home goes on the market it's best to act fast. They're some of the most attractive homes you'll find. Some of the features you'll commonly find in these properties include:

  • Master bedrooms with walk-in closets
  • Soaring vaulted ceilings
  • Screened-in porches
  • Private fenced yards
  • Attached garages

Mount Juliet, TN homes for sale start below $200,000, but even at those prices you can expect yards with plenty of space for barbecuing or for the kids to play. Locals love how much greenery surrounds them, including mature trees and pockets of forested land, and you will too.


Mount Juliet Lifestyle

What's it like to live in Mount Juliet? Well, this is a suburban city that's grown by leaps and bounds over the past few decades. Its population doubled between 2000 and 2010—but local government has been careful to preserve its small town feel by running farmer's markets, maintaining five family-friendly public parks, and helping small businesses to thrive.

The addition of Providence Marketplace in 2016 added more than 50 retailers and a 14-screen theater to the town as well. With a median age of 35, this is a young community, and there's a liveliness to life here that you might not expect.

Friends enjoying barbecue party
Cyclist riding on a trail

Known as "The City Between the Lakes," it's also a great place for anyone who appreciates adventures in the great outdoors, with bike trails, campgrounds, and boating opportunities all a short drive from home.

Finally, Mount Juliet is home to some of the strongest schools in Tennessee, including Mount Juliet High, which routinely demonstrates test scores and graduation rates well above the state average. They offer a strong athletics program with competitive volleyball, baseball, football, and basketball teams. Go Bears!

Getting to Nashville from Mount Juliet is easy, less than 30 minutes on Interstate 40. Or, if you'd prefer to leave the car at home, the RTA Train from Hermitage Station takes just over an hour too, making it possible to commute on a budget.

If you're interested in enjoying the great outdoors with all the convenience of a major city, Green Hills presents a unique opportunity to experience the best of both worlds. Your whole family will surely appreciate the variety of community activities here, and the nearness to the heart of Nashville.

Green Hills residents are proud to live in this gorgeous neighborhood. Although it's culture has expanded greatly in the past several decades, it shows no signs of slowing down.

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