Bethesda Real Estate
Just Southeast of Franklin between Thompson’s Station to the west and College Grove to the east we find the unincorporated community of Bethesda, Tennessee. Bethesda has a rich history and dates back to the early 1800’s when it served as a farming community hub. Today Bethesda is getting swept up in the continued growth and expansion that the Williamson County and Metro Nashville area is so well known for. As this growth and expansion takes place more and more residents of neighboring cities and counties find the appeal of Bethesda too good to pass up.
As with many of the unincorporated cities, villages and towns of the Greater Nashville area, Bethesda has a strong sense of family and community. It is for this reason that we find such an ample city park and recreational area as the Bethesda Park and Recreation Center in the heart of the city. There are also nearby Convenience Center and the Bethesda Market and Deli. But if you need more in the way of retail shopping, dining and entertainment, nearby Thompson’s Station, College Grove, Franklin, Brentwood and Nashville have more than enough to satisfy your taste for the city life when you need a change of pace.
The homes of Bethesda are well constructed and offer the traditional southern charm one can expect of the area architects and premier homebuilders. The Bethesda area is quite alluring for many reasons, but access to the accelerated and nationally recognized Williamson County Schools System and its many award winning educators. This being said, there are many homes available in the Bethesda area and the price tags are what one should expect of Williamson County properties. With area home prices ranging from as low as the mid to high $290’s to as much as $5.7 million plus at the very top of the scale, Bethesda is an affluent and stable family friendly environment with much to offer.