Despite Nashville having an abundance of pleasant neighborhoods and communities that all have a quiet residential feel, city living isn't for everybody. And whether you’re a Nashville area home buyer who loves the suburban lifestyle for the small town vibe, the terrific school systems, or something entirely different, there’s still something to be said for at least living close to the city in order minimize your daily commute as much as possible.
While it’s true everybody has their own commute and how much time you spend in the car largely depends on where you’re going in Nashville, some suburban communities still offer an easier route to the city, regardless of where your workplace is located. So if you’re in the market for a new place to live and a short and easy commute into Downtown Nashville is high up on your wish list, here are a few great places to begin your search:
Home to around 40,000 people, Brentwood is just big enough to have all the community amenities you’ll need in town, but also small enough that you can still enjoy a somewhat of a small town atmosphere. And with its location right alongside Interstate 65 and a commute time of just under 20 minutes on most days, it’s definitely a great place to live for suburban home owners who frequently travel into Nashville.
Located immediately east of Nashville, Lebanon is quickly gaining momentum as being a top suburb for Middle Tennessee home buyers to consider. Plenty of amenities, low crime, and a high standard of living all make it appealing to just about anybody out there searching for a home, but the quick commute along Interstate 40 also helps make living here convenient as well.
If you’re looking for a quaint Nashville suburbs that has it all—an authentic small town feel, hardly any crime, a low unemployment rate, and of course an easy commute into the city—look no further than Nolensville. And with Interstate 65, Highway 41, and Interstate 24 all providing a quick and easy way to drive into Nashville, Nolensville also provides plenty of options when its time for that dreaded morning or evening commute.