Lebanon, TN 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

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    Overview

    Lebanon is a city located east of Nashville in Central Tennessee. The city is rich in cultural and historical locations, and offers plenty of greenspaces as well. Lebanon is popular among active adults for its abundance of entertainment options and close proximity to Nashville.

    Climate & Geography

    The climate in Lebanon is classified as humid subtropical, meaning summers are hot and humid, while winters are mild. The city receives more sunny days and more rainfall than the national average. Lebanon rarely receives snow, averaging just 3 inches per year.

    Several bodies of water run through Lebanon, including Spencer Creek, Walker Branch, Sinking Creek, and South Fork Cedar Creek. The city is located on low-lying land within the Nashville Basin, west of the Cumberland Plateau.

    Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment

    Nature lovers in Lebanon will appreciate Cedars of Lebanon State Park. The park offers a peaceful, wooded area for residents to go hiking or birdwatching. 

    Those interested in the history and culture of Lebanon will find that the city is proud to showcase the importance of its past. The Sadie Ford Heritage Farm and Cultural Arts Center educates the public on what life on a farm was like almost 100 years ago. Fiddlers Grove gives visitors an inside look at what life in a small village was like in years past. Visitors can view historic buildings and learn about the history of the area.

    Lebanon is home to a variety of shops and restaurants, providing locals with convenient access to all the essentials needed. Lebanon Outlet Marketplace offers plenty of opportunities for shopping at name brand stores. Nashville is under an hour away from Lebanon for anyone that wants to experience more extensive shopping and entertainment options.

    Cost of Living & Taxes

    The overall cost of living in Lebanon is higher than the state and national average. This is mainly due to the higher cost of housing in Lebanon. Grocery and utility costs in Lebanon are below the national average.

    The state of Tennessee does not have income tax or Social Security tax. Property taxes in Tennessee are lower than the national average. Sales tax in Lebanon is higher than average, at 9.25 percent.

    Health Care

    The Nashville Area scores high on Gallup’s Well-Being Index.

    Hospitals near Lebanon include Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital located in Lebanon, and Sumner Regional Medical Center located in Gallatin. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, located in Nashville, is ranked the No. 1 hospital in the state by U.S. News. The hospital is nationally ranked in five specialties, and high performing in six specialties and nine procedures.

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