Clarksville Tennessee Real Estate

Kenne-Jean Woods
101 Ringgold Road
Clarksville, Tenn. 37042


The Clarksville real estate market reflects the influence of Fort Campbell Military Reservation, which is located in both Tennessee and Kentucky. In fact, Clarksville’s history is steeped in the military. It was designated a town to be settled by members of the disbanded Continental Army under George Washington.
Clarksville is the Montgomery County Seat where visitors will find many historic buildings. Clarksville real estate ranges in price from approximately $40,000 for a 2-bedroom house making the area very affordable for both military personnel and for college students.
Charming, residential homes in wooded surroundings are available in the $175,000 to $200,000 price range.The Clarksville real estate market attracts people who like the low taxes and cost of living as well as living in a self contained town. Clarksville has many stores, businesses, shopping areas, arts and crafts so you can find most everything you need. Austin Peay is a growing state college that is located in Clarksville and also holds classes on the base at Fort Campbell so the military men and women can take classes without leaving the base.

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The Springfield TN real estate market is located between Clarksville and Nashville. Springfield is a fairly small town and is considered a bedroom community of Nashville, which is about 25 miles away. The Springfield real estate market offers lower home prices and lower taxes than Nashville. Prices average about $150,000 to $250,000. Home styles include Ranch, 2 story split foyers, cape cod and contemporary. Because the area is built on rolling hills, Springfield has a lot of houses with a walk out basement, which means the house is one story in front and two story in back.
The Springfield real estate market includes mostly country homes or homes with some acreage. This gives homeowners room to plant or to keep cows or horses. While the city of Springfield is small, it is very close to Nashville where the shopping, the entertainment and recreational activities abound


The Dover real estate market lies in what is known as the Land Between the Lakes. The Cumberland River comes from Nashville to Dover and just beyond is a dam that forms Lake Barkley. Lake Barkley has a lock so you can go from Lake Barkley to Lake Kentucky. The area is rich in wildlife, eagles, buffalo and ducks and fish.
Dover is a small real estate market. It is actually a small river town that mostly appeals to retired military and other retirees. There is no industry in Dover. The area is mainly rural, offers ample hunting and fishing and low taxes. Except for lake property, Dover real estate prices are low.

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