Heritage Realty Group Covers Much of the Middle Tennessee Real Estate Market
When buying a home, location is an important consideration. You won’t just be living in your new home; you’ll be part of a community. The areas HRG lists and finds properties in are known for their vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. Many are historical enclaves steeped in tradition with year-round activities and a local vibe all their own.
Get to Know the Communities in and Around Nashville
Shelbyville is a city in Bedford County known for its rich history and culture, including the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.
Murfreesboro is a growing city in Rutherford County, home to Middle Tennessee State University, a bustling downtown, and the Stones River National Battlefield.
Tullahoma is a city in Coffee County known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including Tims Ford State Park and the Arnold Engineering Development Center.
Bell Buckle, TN
Bell Buckle is a charming town in Bedford County known for its Victorian-style architecture, quaint shops, and annual festivals.
Winchester is a town in Franklin County known for its picturesque downtown square, outdoor recreational opportunities, and proximity to Tims Ford Lake.
Wartrace is a town in northeastern Bedford County, with a historic downtown district and a passion for horses, reflected in its annual Wartrace Horse Show.
Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and a cultural hub known for its music scene, including the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame, as well as its growing food and arts scenes.
Franklin is a historic city in Williamson County, with a charming downtown, beautiful antebellum homes, and a rich Civil War history.
Unionville is a small, rural community in eastern Bedford County with a strong farming tradition and a close-knit community.