Nolensville, Tennessee has attracted families for generations, not just for its beautiful landscape, but also for its convenient location, inclusion in Williamson County, and its low property tax rates. The storybook town makes you feel far from it all, but is just a few miles from Nashville, Franklin, and Smyrna, making it an easy commute in nearly any direction.
Being in Williamson County means that Nolensville residents have access to some of the best schools in the state. New elementary, middle, and high schools have recently opened, drawing in families looking for high-quality education. Farmhouses dot rolling hills and newer subdivisions with community amenities are scattered throughout the town, giving residents plenty of choices in their home search.
Stroll through downtown Nolensville and you’ll find quaint bed and breakfasts, antique shops with unique finds, and restaurants offering delicious southern fare. The Feed Mill is a must see and offers authentic Amish goods and foods. Stop in to do some shopping and grab lunch or some ice cream to go. Nolensville is home to the original Martin’s Barbecue, but be sure to stop by early, as they frequently run out of the favorites. Mill Creek Brewing Company hosts some great events in their taproom, and you can frequently find a great food truck inside for tasty bites to go with your beer.
The town is used to hosting guests as they pass through and plans several great annual parades and events such as their 4th of July fireworks show. The most popular of these is the Buttercup Festival held each spring and featuring arts and crafts, food, and games.
The town offers several parks, soccer and baseball fields, and a dog park to help locals stay active. The Williamson county recreation center provides locals with great resources such as a wellness center, gymnasium, a pool, and fitness rooms. Next door on warm Saturdays you’ll find a farmers market with locally sourced produce, meats, and cheeses.
Visit Nolensville during one of its large events or visit on a quieter weekend to get the best of what the town has to offer. You may want to stay a while.
Martin’s Bar-B-Que is beloved by locals and visitors alike! They like to say they are spreading the “Whole Hog gospel across the south.” They smoke whole hogs so their food is always fresh and delicious! With loads of sides, combo plates, wings, and more, you won’t be going hungry!
The Nolensville Taproom is such a fun way to support this local brewery! This is a family and pet-friendly space that serves up not only their beer but also, you can grab a bite to eat at the Chago’s Cantina! Chago’s has a food truck set up inside the taproom for a unique eating experience. Plus, they have trivia every Thursday night starting at 6 pm!
THINGS TO DO
Each April, local residents are treated to the Buttercup Festival. This festival has been running for 19 years and counting. Artisans and food vendors make an appearance to help celebrate the flowers blooming. The festival also includes a petting zoo, inflatables, and more! The Little Miss Buttercup pageant is always a favorite too!
The Nolensville Farmer’s Market runs every Saturday starting in early May and goes until the end of October. The market is producer-only and has a host of vendors serving everything from produce to eggs to homemade goods!
- Antique Shops
Nolensville is known for its wonderful antique stores and shops! Nolensville Road is simply full of treasures just waiting to be uncovered!
The Amish Market is a wonderful place to go to buy your meats and cheeses! Or, try some delicious Amish baked goods! If you are curious for more info, their Facebook page does a great job of highlighting their products!
Children of residents of Nolensville are slated to attend Williamson County schools. More info about the public schools can be found on their website!
- Private Schools