Clarksville TN is an Easy Living Kind of Place
Location- Clarksville is a small city which means less traffic and congestion. The proximity to Nashville is just right with a good Interstate connector between the two. A 30-40 drive makes Clarksville a smart choice if you want a slower pace of living and still need to work in Nashville. The are many entertainment choices in Clarksville and a short drive away in Music City.
Clarksville is also a day's drive to many major cities. Atlanta, St. Louis, Chicago, Birmingham, Little Rock, Raleigh, Cincinnati and Indianapolis are just a few of the destinations you can reach in a day's drive. The Great Smokey Mountains and the panhandle beaches of Florida are frequent vacation spots for Clarksvillians. This also enables family members to visit often and enjoy the sights of Middle Tennessee.
Climate- We get four distinct seasons living in Clarksville. The temps are rarely extreme and though we get some snow it is generally just a few inches a couple of times during the winter months. This is just enough so kids can play in the snow and get a short break from school. According the the USClimateData.com the annual high temperature is 70.2°F and annual low temperature is 48°F. Click here to see current weather data for Clarksville TN.
Lots of New Homes- Building of new homes and new home developments never stopped during the housing slowdown. Clarksville is one of those rare places across the country that has lots of of new home options. The new construction accounts for 30-40% of our housing market and is offered in all price ranges.
- Affordable Housing- With Ft. Campbell KY (home of the 101st Airborne Division) adjacent to Clarksville, it is important to offer safe and sound and affordable housing to the entry level buyer. Our soldiers contribute to the economy and well being of the city and we welcome them as our neighbors and friends. It is not uncommon to find a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home priced in the low $100,000 price range. This becomes more affordable to buy than to rent a home.
Great School System- The school public school system is countywide and focuses on giving a good education and readying students for their college years. There are special programs, Advanced Placement Classes, Academy Tracks, Special Education, music, arts, sports and leadership programs.
- Fantastic Parks- There are dozens of parks in the Clarksville TN area that offer swimming, sports, trails, picnicking and playgrounds. No matter where you live in the city, one is close by.
- Austin Peay State University- This is a growing Liberal Arts University with many undergraduate and graduate programs. The campus is historic and located in the downtown area. APSU sports programs are winning teams in the NCAA.
Music, Music Everywhere- There are music festivals, jazz and lots of music at APSU. No matter what your favorite genre may be, you will find plenty of free and reasonably priced concerts and special events.
- Lots of History- Downtown Clarksville and surrounding areas played a part in the Civil War. The historic buildings and story of Clarksville are interesting stories to learn and valuable lessons about how this part of the state developed.
The Rivers- Several rivers run through Clarksville and you cannot go from one end to the other without crossing a bridge or two. These rivers are not only scenic but offer water sports, boating and shipping of goods down the Cumberland. Paddlewheel boats stop at the Riverwalk and enjoy all that Clarksville Has to offer.
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