Located around 25 miles south of Nashville, Arrington is a great community for people looking to live a quiet and relaxed lifestyle without being too far away from big city amenities. Plenty of wide open spaces can be found throughout this unincorporated community – a refreshing environment compared to the busy and crowded city streets.
The community is named after Arrington Creek, which meanders throughout the area. Most of Arrington is made up of ranches, farm lands, and horse farms, as the community is part of the Tennessee horse country.
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One of the newest neighborhoods in Arrington is Kings’ Chapel, which is a fantastic community for equestrians as it has an on-site private horse barn and is currently developing a polo field. The neighborhood is 30 minutes away from Nashville, and is conveniently located close to outdoor trails, schools, restaurants, and grocery stores.
There’s an exceptional assortment of properties in Arrington, most of them with phenomenal views of the countryside landscape filled with vast meadows, natural flora, verdant hills, and a variety of hardwood trees. Many homes are situated in large-sized lots, and some come with acres of land, including farm amenities such as barns and tool sheds.
Common features of homes in the area are open floor plans, high ceilings, elegant archways, spacious great rooms, covered porch and patio areas, and expansive master bedrooms with a double-door entrance, sitting area, and tray ceilings.
The Arrington Vineyards is an award-winning farm and winery that’s one of Arrington’s best attractions. Open since 2007, the vineyard is nestled among the verdant rolling hills of Middle Tennessee, and is created and owned by esteemed winemaker Kip Summers, country music artist Kix Brooks, and entrepreneur John Russell. In addition to its regular tours and on-site wine tastings, Arrington Vineyards also hosts Music in the Vines -free concerts where visitors can relax, sip some wine, and enjoy great performances from some of the best local artists.
Take a trip back in time to 16th century England by visiting the Tennessee Renaissance Festival, where costumed villagers, musicians, entertainers and artisans provide endless hours of entertainment for visitors. Watch armored knights duke it out in a jousting event, party with the jesters, shop for medieval weapons or handmade jewelry, or visit Castle Gwyn – a full-scale replica of a 12th century border castle.
Want to learn how to ride a horse? Drop by Peachtree Farms, which offers plenty of equine services including lessons, training camps and clinics designed to teach anyone the basics of horseback riding.
What’s it Like Living in Arrington?
- Arrington has a population of more than 1,700 permanent residents.
- Schools in and around Arrington include College Grove Elementary School, Nolensville Elementary School, and Centennial High School.
- Residents looking for higher learning can attend nearby Williamson College, a non-profit Christian liberal arts college that’s open to students of all cultures and backgrounds.
- Shoppers can visit the nearby communities of Franklin and Cool Springs, or head to the antique district of Nolensville.
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