Step onto the balcony of your new home to gorgeous views of Old Hickory Lake… You can have all this and more with one of many custom homes or estates on the lake in Hendersonville, Tennessee.
Just 20 miles north of Nashville, the town of Hendersonville borders 26 miles of shoreline on the lake. Residents enjoy nearby city living with spacious country surroundings. Homebuyers can find affordable homes in town on up to multi-million dollar estates on the waterfront. Hendersonville demographics favor the young and affluent.
The recent expansion of Interstate 65 has brought more businesses into Hendersonville and made traveling easier for residents. The Glenbrook Shopping Center, a planned 190-acre retail center in the city, had added some much-needed shopping options for locals. PIC USA, Inc. also recently moved its headquarters to Hendersonville – a company that provides genetically-altered breeding stock to pig farmers. Indian Lake Village is also a welcome addition to the city providing a 260 acre mix of retail, office, and residential development.
Hendersonville offers great schools, several restaurants, recreation opportunities, parks, and marinas. The Country Hills Golf Course if an 18-hole course open to the public year round with a pro shop, grill, banquet room, and lessons to improve your game. You’ll wag your tail for the rotary club’s Dog Daze of Hendersonville, a fundraiser where dogs can “bring your people to the park.”
Aside from excellent public schools, Hendersonville will soon be home to the popular Davidson Academy, a Christian based Pre-K through 12 school with a focus on college preparation. The school is in the process of moving its campus and plans to fully occupy its Hendersonville location by the fall of 2009.
The Historic Rock Castle built in the 1790s is located on the shores of the lake. Tours and a gift shop are available at this 7-level hand-hewn, limestone home that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Hendersonville is also home to TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) which sits on the former grounds of “Twitty City,” the home and museum of the late country star, Conway Twitty. This is where TBN films some of its programs. Also on site is a gift shop, bistro, church, and virtual reality theatre.
Hendersonville is where the late Johnny Cash and other famous recoding artists have lived. Unfortunately, the former home of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash burned to the ground in April 2007 when it caught fire during a renovation by the current owner.
A few notable planned housing developments have chosen Hendersonville’s gorgeous countryside and proximity to the lake to build out their communities:
• Winston Hills is 95 acres of pastoral countryside, part of which was formerly part of the late Johnny Cash’s estate. Winston Hills offers residents a pool, clubhouse, walking trails, and an on-site retail center.
• Mansker Farms prides itself on over 70 acres of landscaped open space with white country fences in this 500 acre master planned community. Lakes, fountains, walking trails, pools, and playgrounds are available for homeowners’ delight.
• The Hunt Club features antebellum estate homes and prestigious horse farms in this upscale, gated community. Renowned local builders will custom build a home to suit your needs. The community has a pool and a special Town Center with commercial buildings as well. The Hunt Club was chosen to host the annual Parade of Homes for 2007.
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