Livability Experience Robertson County, TN
Robertson County, TN, provides access to the good life, with its 11 distinct communities. Not only does it offer the advantages that come with living in a quaint, small community, but Nashville and all of its attractions are only 30 minutes away.
Median home prices and rents compare favorably with neighboring counties. The median home price is just over 1,000, according to Zillow.
A diverse and welcoming place that provides opportunity for all of its residents, Robertson County is a study in diversity – racially, ethnically and in the scope of career opportunities. Blacks represent nearly 8% of the population, including more than 21% in Springfield, while a growing Hispanic and LatinX population now totals 7.5% of the population. More than 10% of businesses in the county are minority owned.
Robertson County’s diverse economy has attracted a number of well-known companies. Appliance manufacturer Electrolux, with 3,400 workers, is the county’s largest employer, followed by Macy’s logistics center and NorthCrest Medical Center. Access to major roadways like Interstate 65, I-24 U.S. Highway 41 and U.S. Highway 431 is a big benefit for people who live in Robertson County and the companies that have settled here.
Robertson County Schools, which serves more than 11,000 students, provides a number of specialized programs to help students get on the right track.
Robertson County’s agricultural roots have cultivated a healthy agritourism industry, with opportunities to visit farms and pick sunflowers, peaches, blueberries and a variety of other crops. A signature agritourism attraction is Honeysuckle Hill Farm, which has a pumpkin patch that draws 70,000 people over a six-week period. Bell Witch Cave near Adams is a popular destination for visitors.
Livability Experience Robertson County is sponsored by the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce.