Brentwood is located on a beautiful stretch of Williamson County countryside, conveniently situated at the intersection of three major highways. Within 15-minutes’ drive of downtown Nashville, this refined suburban community boasts an abundance of parks and green space, along with strip malls offering a wide selection of high-quality retailers and restaurants.
Brentwood’s housing options include lavish custom-built mansions and quiet neighborhoods of attractive single-family homes. Brentwood is one of Tennessee’s fastest-growing communities, with masterfully designed new homes springing up on its many undeveloped tracts of land. The architectural mix is diverse, with grand designs taking inspiration from European and classic Southern styles. One of Brentwood’s finest neighborhoods is the exclusive Governor’s Club, where majestic residences sit atop rolling hillsides overlooking Brentwood Country Club and the bucolic Williamson County scenery.
People & Lifestyle
Brentwood is home to high-level professionals from Nashville’s booming health care and music industries, as well as star athletes from the city’s NHL and NFL teams. Residents enjoy access to numerous parks and top-rated public schools. There are many quiet trails winding through forests and over hillsides, along with shopping and dining options that range from charming boutiques and chef-driven restaurants to nationally recognizable chain stores and eateries.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The dining scene in Brentwood is eclectic: Japanese-style surf and turf at Shogun JPN Steakhouse, creative sushi rolls at Nama, Memphis-style BBQ in a kitsch ‘50s setting at Corky’s, gourmet burgers and craft beers at Murff’s, and contemporary twists on seafood classics at Del Frisco’s Grille. Other options are upmarket fast food at Burger Fi and Five Guys, casual sit-down eateries, such as Puffy Muffin, and a wide variety of Tex-Mex and Asian restaurants. Shopping options are equally abundant, with numerous chain and independent supermarkets and grocery stores, fashion boutiques, interior design specialists, and Nordstrom Rack, T.J. Maxx Home Goods, and Ross Dress for Less outlets.
Things to Do
Brentwood Tn real estate has many family-friendly attractions. Explore the universe at the Dyer Observatory at Vanderbilt University or lace up some skates at Brentwood Skate Center’s indoor roller rink.The Brentwood Library is ranked by LivAbility magazine as one of the top ten children’s libraries in the United States. Residents also can avail themselves of the many trails and open green spaces the area has to offer. There are hundreds of acres of forested trails to hike at Marcella Vivrette Smith Park. Deerwood Arboretum has biking and walking trails lined with more than 60 species of trees. Crocket Park features a community playground, an indoor recreation center, the 1830s Cool Springs House, and the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater. Events, such as the extravagant Fourth of July celebration and free summer concert series, are held at the amphitheater throughout the year. Golfing enthusiasts will take pleasure in the courses at Brentwood Country Club and Nashville Golf & Athletic Club.
Schools within Brentwood are operated by the Williamson County Schools.
- Scales Elementary School, Public, K–5
- Brentwood Middle School, Public, 6–8
- Brentwood High School, Public, 9–12
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