About Hendersonville, Tennessee
Residents of the beautiful lakefront city of Hendersonville, located some 20 miles outside Nashville, enjoy an unparalleled quality of life. Hendersonville is in Sumner County off US Route 31 and borders Davidson County. Over 59,000 residents enjoy Hendersonville's rolling hills, wooded terrain and 26 miles of shoreline along Old Hickory Lake. Real estate is affordable, with single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses available at prices to fit any budget. A number of waterfront properties can be found.
Although the commute to Nashville for work is reasonable, Hendersonville has a thriving and diverse economy of its own. The success of the local economy is due largely to a skilled workforce and the city's efforts to welcome local businesses. City officials strive to maintain a strong local economy and good relations with local businesses. Educational opportunities are abundant as well. Sumner County School District operates the local public schools. There are seven universities within 25 miles of Hendersonville.
The community is safe and close-knit, and there are many opportunities for recreational and cultural activities. Organized local team sports are available for adults and children, and the lake offers wildlife viewing, recreation areas, lakeside parks and marinas. The city also emphasizes the maintenance and expansion of its park system. Local attractions include historic homes Monthaven and Rock Castle, Trinity Music City, USA, and the Strike & Spare Family Fun Center. Residents can drive into Nashville for professional and collegiate sports, performing arts, fine dining and sightseeing in the Country Music Capital of the World.
Hendersonville Community Information