1 Community in Nashville
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Nashville is a lively and vibrant city located in Central Tennessee. With the nickname “Music City,” Nashville is known for the wide array of local musicians and entertainment events in the city. As Tennessee’s capital, Nashville is rich in culture and history.
Climate & Geography
Nashville experiences all four seasons, however, winters are typically milder with very little snowfall. Rainfall in Nashville is above the national average, with May being the rainiest month. The number of sunny days in Nashville is above the national average.
Nashville is located north of Franklin on low lying land as part of the Nashville Basin. The Cumberland River flows through the city, and Radnor Lake is at the city’s south end.
Recreation, Culture & Entertainment
Nashville offers an extensive range of entertainment options, with many focused around the city’s love and appreciation for music. The famous Grand Ole Opry embodies the lively spirit of Nashville. What started as a radio program has become a live show that is adored by both locals and tourists alike. The Country Music Hall of Fame is another entertainment option that showcases the city’s admiration for music. Aside from that, many local restaurants and bars will regularly showcase performances by local artists.
Nashville is not only a popular and animated city today, but it holds an important place in our country’s history. Nashville was home to the United States’ seventh president, Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage allows visitors an opportunity to take a trip back in time while they explore Jackson’s mansion and gardens.
For those looking for a natural escape within the city, Radnor Lake State Park offers a quiet place to hike along trails or go boating on the lake, all while enjoying views of the park’s natural landscape and wildlife.
Cost of Living & Taxes
Nashville has a slightly higher cost of living than the state and country average. The cost of housing makes the biggest impact on the overall cost of living. As a large city, the sales tax in Nashville is considerably higher than the state and country averages, at 9.25 percent. Social Security is not taxed in Tennessee.
The state of Tennessee scores on the lower end of Gallup’s Well-Being Index, however, the Nashville area scores on the higher end of average.
Nashville has an extensive list of top rated hospitals within the city limits. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, ranked No. 1 in the state, St. Thomas West Hospital, ranked no. 4 in the state, and St Thomas Midtown Hospital, ranked No. 5 in the state, are all located in Nashville.