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Dickson, TN Neighborhoods

Dickson, TN has many great neighborhoods along with affordable housing.

By Jessica Mozo on April 28, 2014

Neighborhoods in Dickson, TN
Dickson / Antony Boshier

One of Dickson County’s best assets is its friendly neighborhoods, where it’s common to see neighbors helping one another with yard work or chatting on front porches. Take a drive through Dickson County, and you’ll likely encounter horses grazing in peaceful meadows, family farms that double as tourism destinations, and a picturesque downtown that takes you back to yesteryear and friendly residents. Here’s a look at some of the best neighborhoods in Dickson, TN. 

More for Your Money

Homes in Dickson County are much more affordable than in bigger cities, and reasonable home prices mean you get more house for your money. The median price of a Dickson County home or condominium is around $145,000, while the average price of a townhouse or other attached unit hovers around $122,000. In fact, many folks who work in nearby Davidson or Williamson counties choose to live in Dickson County and commute to their jobs.

Location, Location

Many new single-family homes are being built in the southeast quadrant of Dickson County, south of U.S. Highway 70 and east of U.S. Highway 46. The overall size of homes has been on the rise in recent years, with some new properties checking in at more than 8,000 square feet. Popular neighborhoods and subdivisions include Cherry Springs Estates, East Hills, Druid Hills, Northwood, Woodside Estates, StoneBrook and Rock Church Estates, which feels like it’s in the country but is conveniently close to Dickson’s shopping and dining opportunities.

Of course, there’s also plenty of rolling farmland to settle down on, whether you want to farm the land or just enjoy a home with lots of acreage. A low crime rate and an excellent school system round out the package that draws newcomers to Dickson County.

Enjoy the View

Homebuyers in Dickson County love its easy access to natural areas such as Montgomery Bell State Park, Luther Lake and Lakeview Park. Montgomery Bell is a 3,782-acre outdoor playground popular for camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, golfing, boating, picnicking and wildlife watching.

Luther Lake is a 14-acre manmade lake located on U.S. Highway 70 East beside Chappell’s Cee Bee Store. It draws nature enthusiasts for fishing and wildlife watching as well as walking and running. And Lakeview Park is where the city holds its annual Easter egg hunt and annual children’s watersports programs. The park overlooks City Lake, a 27-acre manmade lake that includes a fishing pier, boat ramp and benches for relaxing near the water.

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