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Mount Juliet, Tennessee Real Estate

Future homebuyers looking to invest in Mount Juliet real estate are in luck, as there is a fine selection of homes in gated and planned communities, near the area?s local golf courses, in new home subdivisions, and suburban neighborhoods available for sale. All available real estate is within close proximity to the booming metropolitan city of Nashville. Mount Juliet real estate is comprised primarily of affordable single-family houses. Sale prices for Mount Juliet houses start in the low $100,000s, for well-maintained smaller homes with spacious lots and fireplaces. Newly built homes for sale in Parrish Place can be purchased in the mid-$100,000s. Lovely Mount Juliet estate properties with spas and fireplaces and on lots of considerable acreage range from the low $200,000s - $2 million for homes on lots of more than 40 acres. Mount Juliet waterfront properties, ranch homes in rural areas, and homes in Mount Juliet retirement communities are also available. A limited selection of investment properties, condominiums and townhouses in Mount Juliet are priced starting from the $120,000 - $170,000 range.
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Mount Juliet Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Tennessee

Believed to have been originally named after Julie Gleaves, a compassionate individual who helped soldiers during the Civil War, the small suburban town of Mount Juliet is located just 18 miles east of the booming capital city of Nashville. With a land area of approximately 16.2 square miles, Mount Juliet is home to over 23,000 residents and makes a lovely addition to Wilson County. Mount Juliet real estate options consist of single-family detached homes, estate properties, condominiums, townhouses and land lots.

This residential neighborhood is located between the U.S. Interstate 40 and Highway 70 and near SR-840, giving residents quick and easy access to and from the community. Nashville International Airport is less than a 20 minute drive away. The diverse economy found within Mount Juliet provides ample employment opportunities for its residents. Some industries that provide employment include educational, health and social services, manufacturing, retail trade, finance, insurance, real estate and rental and leasing. Residents who have children in grades K-12 will find educational accommodations through the Wilson County School District. Several colleges and universities are in close proximity for those who wish to attain a degree in higher education.

Recreational opportunities abound in Mount Juliet. The Mount Juliet Community Center holds recreational classes, such as aerobics classes, and has a weight room and basketball court. Outdoor enthusiasts visit Old Hickory Lake and Cedars of Lebanon State Park. The real beauty, tight-knit community, excellent location and high quality and affordable standard of living all contribute to Mount Juliet being one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee.

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