Home of Music City.

Davidson County is the second most populous county in Tennessee. It is known for being a center for music, commerce, health, and education.

Population: 678,889 (2015 est)
Median Home Price: $260,320
Median Condo Price: $180,000
Median Rent: $1,450
County Seat: Nashville

About the District

Davidson County has several options for school type, including public, private, magnet, charter, and special education. It is home to the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS), one of the largest school districts in the nation. MNPS serves over 85,000 students in 166 schools.

Davidson County also has 23 charter schools available to resident students. A number of Nashville area magnet/charter schools have special emphasis or focuses, three of which are highly ranked nationally: Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School, The Nashville School of the Arts, and Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet.

College/Technical Schools 

Nashville is home to 6 community colleges, 11 vocational and technical schools, and 21 four-year and postgraduate institutions, including three division-1 universities: Lipscomb, Belmont and Vanderbilt. All within a five mile radius, these universities help to create a unique, youthful atmosphere. Graduates of these universities infuse fresh ideas and businesses into our historic city and contribute to Nashville’s growing economy.

Residential

Median Price: $260,475

Median Price Per Sqft: $139

Median Size: 1,930 sqft, 3-Bed, 2-Bath

Median Days on Market: 42

Condo

Median Price: $180,250

Median Cost Per Sqft: $149

Median Condo Size: 1,203 sqft, 2-Bed, 2.5-Bath

Days on Market: 28

Land

Median Acres: 0.65

Median Cost Per Acre: $116,912

Median Sales Price: $125,000

Median Days on Market: 92

Rent

Median Cost: $1,475

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