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Old 06-05-2012, 07:40 AM
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I don't know a lot about what areas of living in Nashville are the best to be in. I live in Sumner County above Nashville. If you don't mind living outside of Nashville, I would look at Hendersonville as it has everything & anything there and is a safe place to live.
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:54 AM
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I'm in the Nashville area. Franklin and anything in Williamson county is expensive, but I'm in maury county (right on the Williamson line) and its much more affordable and just as beautiful. Very safe, quiet neighborhoods. Right between the country and the city so you get the best of both. If you have kids, the schools suck here though. Williamson county has great schools (I graduated from there) but Maury not so much. My siblings are homeschooled though so it works.
That's odd all of the apartments I've looked at have been pretty reasonable. And that's compared to Austin which is already pretty cheap. Also no kids.

I should mention that I'm a graphic designer. While i can work anywhere, i have a better chance and salary in a big city. So outlying areas are pretty low on my list.
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Old 06-05-2012, 02:20 PM
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That's odd all of the apartments I've looked at have been pretty reasonable. And that's compared to Austin which is already pretty cheap. Also no kids.

I should mention that I'm a graphic designer. While i can work anywhere, i have a better chance and salary in a big city. So outlying areas are pretty low on my list.
Well, comparatively I guess. Pretty much anywhere in TN will be much cheaper than someplace like NY or FL or CA. But we got our house in Maury for 1/3 of the price it would've been in Williamson. I can pm you if you're interested in details (like price comparisons). But if you'd rather be in the city, I'm not sure of the different areas closer to Nashville. We're about 45mins out from Nashville.
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Old 06-05-2012, 03:49 PM
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Well, comparatively I guess. Pretty much anywhere in TN will be much cheaper than someplace like NY or FL or CA. But we got our house in Maury for 1/3 of the price it would've been in Williamson. I can pm you if you're interested in details (like price comparisons). But if you'd rather be in the city, I'm not sure of the different areas closer to Nashville. We're about 45mins out from Nashville.
No worries, but thank you for the input. turns out i was getting a bit ahead of myself, looks like we won't be able to move for about 2 years. Guess I'll just have to cope with Austin a little longer
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Old 06-06-2012, 09:32 PM
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My bf is/was stationed at Ft Campbell and we drove to Nashville frequently...it was quite boring. There was really only one *main* mall to venture too, although the zoo is quite nice how many times can one go to the zoo??? lol. Chattanooga is..meh too, it seems really busy and touristy every time I go (I live in ATL two hours away). Gatlinburg is good for a weekend get away, it is REALLY touristy. Knoxville is nice if you are into the college genre... One thing (as mentioned before) the west side of Tenn gets some NASTY weather... The outskirts of Nashville (some of them) do seem really nice, I always stop in Murfesburro when I travel that way, it seems really nice.
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