Lebanon Community Information

Lebanon and the rest of Wilson County are thriving. The county is listed as the fourth highest in population growth in Tennessee, and also boasts the second highest median family income in the state. Wilson County prides itself on having the highest high school graduation rate and one of the lowest property tax rates in Middle Tennessee. Many of those graduating students choose to attend Lebanon's Cumberland University, one of the nation's finest private liberal arts universities. The university was founded in 1842 and offers a choice of 40 bachelor?s and master?s degree programs, as well as having a championship sports program.

Lebanon is home to a bustling and historic downtown district. The city?s town square is located on the site of a Civil War battle and has received national recognition in publications such as Southern Living magazine.

Lebanon's town square is sure to fulfill your antique shopping desires, but the city has plenty of other shopping options as well. Lebanon?s largest retail shopping complex, Prime Outlets, opened in 1998 and attracts millions of visitors each year. Located on Highway 231 South at I-40, this mall houses more than 90 stores and restaurants, including Eddie Bauer, the Gap and much more.

Lebanon offers a wealth of recreational activities, the most impressive of which is Don Fox Community Park. This 40-plus acre public park includes playgrounds, pools, volleyball courts, picnic pavilions and the Cedar City Trail. Three and a half miles long, the greenway winds along a rippling creek and provides fun for bikers and walkers alike. The newest addition to the park is a playground that is handicap accessible.

Also located in Lebanon is a 56,000-square-foot family recreation and aquatics facility called the Jimmy Floyd Family Center. This center has a gym, fitness and aerobic areas, racquetball, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and much more. Lebanon also includes several public golf courses, two private golf and social clubs, and Cedars of Lebanon State Park. With its rich history, dynamic present and confident future, Lebanon offers Southern hospitality in a pleasant environment!

Your Local Real Estate Experts Specializing in Lebanon, TN

Michelle Strong and Bobbie Gene Inman, Local Real Estate Expert in Lebanon Tennessee
Michelle Strong
Michelle Strong and Bobbie Gene Inman, Local Real Estate Expert in Lebanon Tennessee
Bobbie Gene Inman
Michelle Strong and Bobbie Gene Inman
TN# 326109
Michelle: 615-424-1618
Bobbie Gene: 615-892-9106
Local Lebanon Real Estate Company
111 Maple Row Blvd
Hendersonville, TN 37075