Clarksville TN Has an Easy Living Style
Location- Clarksville is a small city but growing. The city and state are addressing road expansions making it easier to get around. Being a 30-40 mile drive to Nashville makes Clarksville a smart and more affordable choice of places to live. Nashville has priced themselves out of many homeowners' markets and these people are finding Clarksville as a fantastic solution, if you want a slower pace of living and still need to work in Nashville.
Clarksville is also a half a day's drive to many major cities. Atlanta, St. Louis, Chicago, Birmingham, Little Rock, Raleigh, Cincinnati and Indianapolis. There are some awesome National Parks and Natural areas within a few hours drive.
Climate - We get four distinct seasons living in Clarksville. The temps are generally pleasant and the change of color that comes with teh season change is beautiful. We do get a little bit of snow but it comes and goes pretty quickly. 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- New homes and new subdivisions are plentiful in Clarksville. New costruction represents about a third of the home inventory. Relocation buyers love new homes and remember you get a 1 year new home warranty when you buy a new home.
Affordable Housing- With Ft. Campbell KY (home of the 101st Airborne Division) adjacent to Clarksville, it is important to offer safe, sound and affordable housing to the entry level buyer. Nashville is pricing buyers right out of the market and they are finding Clarksville to be a good alternative. The same home in Nashville, if you could find it available, would likely cost 20% more.
Great Schools and University- The school public school system is continues to get high marks and the special programs and academy tracks are preparing students for higher education. Austin Peay State University is a good choice for a great education and degree. Remember that Tennessee students graduating high school with a certain point average will earn the Hope Scholarship.
Fantastic Parks- There are dozens of parks in the Clarksville TN area that offer swimming, sports, pools, splashpads, picnicking and playgrounds. There are now skateboard areas, dog parks, walking trails plus water sports available. Something is near you no matter where you live in Clarksville. The parks are the locations for many events including the music events. There are many choices when it comes to music. APSU, Riverfest, Jammin' in the Alley, Cooling at the Cave and Jazz on the Lawn are just a few of the organized events. No matter what type of music you enjoy you will find plenty of free and reasonably priced concerts and special events all year long.
Lots of History- Downtown Clarksville and surrounding areas played a bog part in the Civil War. There is an old fort that changed hands several times during the war. Historic buildings and a beautifully restored courthouse grace Downtown. There are interesting stories and valuable lessons about how this part of the state developed.
The Rivers- Clarksville is a river town and the rivers provide beauty, sports, relaxation and commerce. Riverside Dr. follows the flow of the Cumberland River and you can also enjoy it by walking the trails or stopping at McGregor Park.
8 Great Reasons to Pick Clarksville TN As a Place to Live
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