Choose Robertson County for your next home and you will enjoy bucolic country side and the charm and quality of "small-town" living only a short drive from all the amenities of Nashville.
With an estimated population of nearly 70,000, Robertson County is just 30 minutes north of Nashville and is home to eleven distinct communities, the largest of which are Springfield and White House. Bordered by Interstates 24 & 65, we sit within a day's drive of Charlotte, Dallas, Chicago and Orlando and just up the road from an international airport that serves as a Southwest Airlines hub.
LIFE IN ROBERTSON COUNTY
Robertson County can match almost any lifestyle need - historic districts, hobby farms, golf course communities and live/work space in revitalized downtown of Springfield. You'll find our home prices very affordable, with a median home value of $330,000.
According to the ACCRA Cost of Living Index, Tennessee's average cost of living is 10% less that the national average. And another bonus, Tennessee also doesn't have a state income tax.
TriStar NorthCrest Medical Center is a 109-bed acute care hospital in Springfield that is dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of Robertson County and the surrounding areas. They offer a full array of services, including emergency care, orthopedics, cardiology, women’s care and diagnostic imaging.
NorthCrest's mission is to enhance community and patient wellness through the teamwork of skilled and compassionate employees and physicians.
NorthCrest Physician Services has locations in Springfield, Pleasant View, Greenbrier, and White House and partners with providers to extend the reach of quality healthcare across the area.
THINGS TO DO
Take a drive through farm country where dark-fired tobacco barns fill the fall air with their rich aroma. Soak up the rich history of an area first settled over 200 years ago where the Trail of Tears and Civil War soldiers once passed.
A broad spectrum of events and activities are available for every interest, from three championship golf courses to community festivals and theater and art events planned by local groups. Springfield and White House provide a wide range of shopping opportunities with a mix of national chains and quaint local shops, as well as dining choices from the traditional "meat & three" to fine steaks and seafood and authentic Mexican.
Robertson County residents enjoy the outdoors, taking advantage of four distinct seasons and year-round mild weather perfect for fishing, hiking, boating and hunting. Robertson County is centrally located within 45 minutes of 3 major lakes that contain some of the best fishing and hunting in the country.
With 17 public golf courses within 30 miles, nearly 400 acres of city parks including 8 miles of greenways for walking, and several equestrian facilities there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. A 36,000 square-foot YMCA with indoor and outdoor swimming in Springfield, as well as several municipal indoor recreation facilities and senior centers offer alternative activities including aerobics, dance, and walking tracks.
“I retired from teaching in Florida and relocated to Robertson County because I had family there. I have come to love living in a small town, enjoying the community festivals, arts-related activities and sense of community. There is always something to do, and all the attractions of Nashville are a short drive away.”