Fairview Real Estate Information

A small suburban community about 30 miles west of Nashville, Fairview, Tennessee, is home to about 8,000 residents. It is located in Williamson County, just off I-40. The population has risen by nearly 30% since the 2000 census, from under 6,000 to now nearly 8,000, and is continuing to grow. The community encompasses an area of about 14 square miles, where highways 96 and 100 intersect. Residents here have a median household income of about $45,000. The city was incorporated on July 28, 1959.

The community is home to such attractions as the Bowie Park & Nature Center, which encompasses more than 700 acres of forest, lakes, trails and more; the Fairview Public Library; the Fairview Recreation Center, which includes the Recreation Center Pool House; and the Natchez Trace Parkway, a path that honors an ancient trail connecting southern parts of the Mississippi River to areas in the central region of Tennessee.

Williamson County Public Schools operate two elementary schools, a single middle school and a high school in the community. Construction, finance and insurance are the industries in which the largest number of residents here are employed. For medical care and attention, the nearest hospital is less than 20 miles away, the Franklin Williamson Medical Center. Nashville and its larger suburbs are all within an easy reach from Fairview, offering its residents access to more than 20 colleges and universities spanning an array of degree programs and offerings, from large state schools to smaller community colleges and private religious institutions. Nashville is commonly known as the country music capital of the world, and dozens of concerts, performances and events can be found there and in the area. The city is home to two national franchise sports teams, which many Fairview residents are fans of, the Tennessee Titans of NFL football and the Nashville Predators of NHL hockey.