Lebanon – The Wilson County Seat
Much of Lebanon has a more rural feel but that doesn’t mean you have to travel miles for shopping or a night out to eat. Lebanon combines the best of both worlds with homes in a peaceful, rural setting, as well as a variety of homes in an active small city. If you are looking for older homes or newer homes, smaller homes or larger homes, town homes or upscale homes, an established neighborhood or a new subdivision, Lebanon has what you are looking for!
Find the Best of Both Worlds in Lebanon TN
As is the case in Mt Juliet, the Wilson County tax system is often a big plus to those looking to relocate to Nashville. Lebanon offers a location in Wilson County that has a close proximity to Nashville, yet the property taxes are less than Davidson County (the county that includes Nashville) taxes.
Another advantage to living in Wilson County and Lebanon is the Music City Star Commuter Train. If you work downtown and don’t want to make the 30-minute drive (depending on traffic) into Nashville each day, riding the train is a great alternative. The commuter train gives Wilson County residents an advantage that no other county has to offer for commuting into downtown Nashville. Skip rush hour and take advantage of the train ride to relax or read on your way home from work!
Lebanon is home of Cumberland University. Cumberland was founded in 1842 and is one of the oldest Universities in the United States. The school has more than 2700 students from over 30 states. Besides academics, the school has athletics, such as baseball, volleyball and football. Lebanon is a college town with a small-town feel.
Cracker Barrel originated in Lebanon and the Cracker Barrel headquarters is still located within the city. Lebanon also offers top medical care, with Vanderbilt/Wilson County meeting medical needs of those in the county and its surrounding areas.
Wilson County is home to one of the top 50 county fairs in the country! For years, the Wilson County Fair has been a great place to see friends and create family memories. Since merging with the Tennessee State Fair in 2021, people come from all over Tennessee and other states to experience the fair in Lebanon. You can make attending the Fair an annual tradition.
Nashville Super Speedway is located just minutes south of Lebanon. If you’re into auto racing, you can watch the Nascar Cup series or even drive a race car through the Rusty Wallace Driving Experience at the track.
If you love visiting State Parks, Cedars of Lebanon offers picnicking, hiking, camping, and lots of fun. Don Fox Park is also a popular city park in Lebanon.
More Reasons To Consider Making Lebanon Your New Home
- Active Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Board
- Access to top medical care with Vanderbilt/Wilson County Hospital
- Little league sports teams
- Highly ranked school system (Lebanon Special School District for K-8)
- Many churches
- Multitude of restaurants (many of which are locally owned)
- Plentiful job opportunities
Find your perfect home in Lebanon, TN!