The Great Outdoors.

Growing in popularity among Tennesseans, its combination of beautiful country side and lakeside views make Hendersonville a delightful place to live.

Population: 56,018 (2015 est)
Median Home Price: $277,619
Median Condo Price: $115,000
Median Rent: $1,495
Proximity to Nashville: 18 Mi

Hendersonville is part of the Sumner County School District. Here is a list of schools that residents normally attend. To learn more about the district, visit sumnerschools.org


  • Beech Elementary
  • Gene Brown Elementary
  • George Whitten Elementary
  • Indian Lake Elementary
  • Jack Anderson Elementary
  • Lakeside Park Elementary
  • Nannie Berry Elementary
  • Walton Ferry Elementary
  • Ellis Middle
  • Hawkins Middle
  • Hunter Middle
  • Knox Doss Middle at Drakes Creek
  • Beech High
  • Hendersonville High
  • Station Camp High (Located in Gallatin)


  • Hendersonville Christian Academy
  • Pope John Paul II High


Median Price: $277,619

Median Price Per Sqft: $119

Median Size: 2,378 sqft, 3-Bed, 2.5-Bath

Median Days on Market: 40


Median Price: $115,000

Median Cost Per Sqft: $106

Median Condo Size: 1,080 sqft, 2-Bed, 1.5-Bath

Days on Market: 16


Median Acres: 1.00

Median Cost Per Acre: $63,675

Median Sales Price: $74,500

Median Days on Market: 57


Median Cost: $1,495

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