Why Move to Nashville?
A Brief History of Nashville
Originally known as Nashborough, Nashville was founded in 1779. Over the years, it has become quite the popular place. What makes this great city so appealing? A leisurely southern pace, live music and diverse dining scene are among the many things that make Nashville so grand. It has been named one of America’s Best Cities, # 1 for Best Weekend Getaway and even ranked in the Best 50 Places to Live. It also has one of the lowest cost of living in the country.
Nashville has the downtown honky tonks and country music, but if that’s not your scene, we also have several art museums including The Frist, The Parthenon and Cheekwood. Enjoy several local festivals all over the city including CMA Fest, Main Street Festival in Franklin and beer festivals. Speaking of beer, craft brew is kind of a thing around here too. Yazoo Brewing Company, Jackalope Brewing Company and Fat Bottom Brewery are just a few. With four seasons in Tennessee and an annual high of 70 degrees, you’ll be able to enjoy Nashville’s 100+ parks.