Hendersonville TN Lakefront homes

Lake front homes in Hendersonville TN organized by price with links to interactive real estate maps showing location and all the homes for sale organized by price.

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Hendersonville Lakefront Homes

Hendersonville is one of the four major communities located on Old Hickory Lake and as a result has some of the most spectacular water front homes. In fact it is known as Nashvilles "north shore". Read more about Hendersonville lake homes...

Hendersonville TN Lakefront Homes for Sale

All Listings Under $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000
$200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000
$500,000 - $600,000 $600,000 - $700,000 $700,000 - $800,000
$800,000 - $900,000 $900,000 - $1,000,000 Over $1,000,000
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Brick/stone 4 Bed 3.5 Bath 3500sqft Home With F...

$444,900
Hendersonville, TN
4 br, 3½ ba, 3,485 ft² Residential
Price:
$444,900
Price Per SqFt:
$128
Address:
44 Spy Glass Way
City:
Hendersonville
Subdivision:
Country Hills Sec 1
County:
Sumner County
Beds:
4
Baths:
Type:
Residential
Elementary School:
Station Camp Elementary School
Middle School:
Station Camp Elementary School
High School:
Station Camp High School
Provider:

Brick/stone 4 Bed 3.5 Bath 3500sqft Home With Full Unfinished Basement Stunning Golf Course Views...

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Historic Greystone*architectural Beauty Built I...

$3,900,000
Hendersonville, TN
5 br, 3½ ba, 5,704 ft² Residential
Price:
$3,900,000
Price Per SqFt:
$684
Address:
2210 New Hope Rd
City:
Hendersonville
Subdivision:
None
County:
Sumner County
Beds:
5
Baths:
Type:
Residential
Elementary School:
Beech Elementary
Middle School:
Beech Elementary
High School:
Beech Sr High School
Provider:

Historic Greystone*architectural Beauty Built In 1833 With Hand-cut Limestone*comprising Of 5 Bed...

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Fabulous Lot At The End Of The Street. Drakes...

$1,250,000
Hendersonville, TN
4 br, 4 ba, 3,675 ft² Residential
Price:
$1,250,000
Price Per SqFt:
$340
Address:
300 Lake Terrace Dr
City:
Hendersonville
Subdivision:
Cherokee Woods Sec. 9
County:
Sumner County
Beds:
4
Baths:
4
Type:
Residential
Elementary School:
Indian Lake Elementary
Middle School:
Indian Lake Elementary
High School:
Hendersonville High School
Provider:

Fabulous Lot At The End Of The Street. Drakes Creek Frontage With Covered Boat Dock With Lift, ...

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Sits In Middle Of 4 Acre Peninsula! 1800 Ft Of ...

$1,200,000
Hendersonville, TN
, 9,800 ft² Residential
Price:
$1,200,000
Price Per SqFt:
$122
Address:
193 Inlet Dr
City:
Hendersonville
Subdivision:
Cumberland Hills Sec. E
County:
Sumner County
Baths:
0
Type:
Residential
Elementary School:
Indian Lake Elementary
Middle School:
Indian Lake Elementary
High School:
Hendersonville High School
Provider:

Sits In Middle Of 4 Acre Peninsula! 1800 Ft Of Shoreline, 2 Slip Boat Dock, Irrigation System, 40...

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Custom Built Traditional Stone & Brick W/5 Br's...

$1,195,000
Hendersonville, TN
5 br, 6 ba, 7,707 ft² Residential
Price:
$1,195,000
Price Per SqFt:
$155
Address:
131 Tattnall Court
City:
Hendersonville
Subdivision:
Savannah
County:
Sumner County
Beds:
5
Baths:
6
Type:
Residential
Elementary School:
Jack Anderson Elementary
Middle School:
Jack Anderson Elementary
High School:
Station Camp High School
Provider:

Custom Built Traditional Stone & Brick W/5 Br's & 5 Baths + 2 Half Baths. Located At The End Of A...

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Exquisite Lakefront Estate.private Boat Dock W/...

$999,950
Hendersonville, TN
7 br, 5 ba, 6,488 ft² Residential
Price:
$999,950
Price Per SqFt:
$154
Address:
115 Walnut Dr
City:
Hendersonville
Subdivision:
Lakeshores Est Sec 2
County:
Sumner County
Beds:
7
Baths:
5
Type:
Residential
Elementary School:
Lakeside Park Elementary
Middle School:
Lakeside Park Elementary
High School:
Hendersonville High School
Provider:

Exquisite Lakefront Estate.private Boat Dock W/lift &swim Platform. Inground Pool&hot Tub.grand 2...

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Hendersonville TN

 

Hendersonville in Tennessee is completely different from the Hendersonville in South Carolina because it is located on Old Hickory Lake, which has become famous for the residents with lakefront homes like Johnny Cash. He lived here for most of his adult life and helped draw other country music stars like Roy Orbison and Conway Twitty to the area. Unfortunately the Cash home was burnt down during restoration after being bought by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees.

Years ago, the Cumberland River flowed through this area of Hendersonville and Gallatin with the majority of land being farm land and plantations. This was a community on the out skirts of Nashville and not yet really popular with commuters.

Since the '70's Hendersonville has managed to grow and the addition of the Vietnam Veterens Exoress has open up the area to be seen as a reasonable commute from downtown Nashville. With a drive time of around 25-35 minutes the area has become a popular satellite community for the people who want to work in Nashville yet live close to on on the lake.

Recently, the Hendersonville area has had agrowth spurt and the Streets of Indian Lake shopping has added a variety of stores, restuarants and mixed use facilities that have added even more to the appeal of the area. There is even talk to a Costco coming to the area which will provide direct competition for the existing Sams Club store in Rivergate just 5 minutes away.

Hendersonvilles "sister" lakefront community is really becoming an extension of Hendersonville itself. Gallatin is actually the county seat and a much older community. Infact there is an historic square in Gallatin that has being undergoing a lot of building renovations and attracting a new class of tenants.

The Fairview Plantation golf course development is actually the only golf course community that can be found on the lake and has proven to be a major attraction for new residents who want to live and golf on the lake but also commute to Nashville. Read more HERE

 

 

Creation of Old Hickory Lake

In the mid 1960's the Army Corp of Engineers created a dam in the Cumberland River and in doing so created the Old Hickory dam.

In the process of creating the lake all of a sudden what had been just farm land became valuable lake front real estate in places like Hendersonville and Gallatin.

The Army actually controls all the land around the lake in order to be able to control the level of the lake to maintain the water levels and the dam itself. The Corp grants the home owners the right to install and maintain a dock on the corp. property.

 

The Value of a Boat Dock

As long as the dock owner follows the rules and regulations the corp will continue to issue the owners a dock permit. However, if the home owners don't follow the guidelines and flout the rules they will lose their dock permit.

The permits are not issued very often. The corp meets every 5 years to consider the applications and new issues are few and far between.

The addition of a dock to a lakefront home realistically adds about $150,000 to $200,000 on the value of the home.

New homes in Fairvue Planation in Gallatin and the Foxlands, in Hendersonville, golf communities on the lake don't have dock permits yet for the lake front lots and homes that currently exist. It is every ones hope that the corp will either issue a community dock permit as that has been the expectation since the lakefront golf course community was built but as of October 2007 the decision has not been made.

Hendersonville made its Hollywood debut when it was shown that Johnny Cash bought a lake home in Hendersonville in the late 60's and lived there until his recent death. The film "Walk the line" showed Johnny working on cleaning up his lakefront lot and actually getting stuck in the water and almost killing himself in the process.

The actual home was not used for the movie as the access for the film crew was deemed to be too difficult. Unfortunately not long after the film was released the real lake home in Hendersonville burnt down. Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees had bought the Cash home for around $2m and was in the process of renovating it when it cought on fire and burnt down.

Hopefully Barry will rebuild the Cash lake home and perhaps retain some of the old structure. The boat dock was probably not effected by the fire but that is uncertain at the moment.

 

The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange Program of RealTracs Solutions. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Elite are marked with the Internet Data Exchange Program logo or thumbnail logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers.

Disclaimer: All information is believed to be accurate but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. All properties are subject to prior sale, change or withdrawal.

Copyright 2014 RealTracs Solutions.

Listing information last updated on April 23rd, 2014 at 8:50am CDT.

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