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Adams is a city that’s considered part of Robertson County and is located near the Kentucky state line. Originally known as Red River, it was renamed to pay homage to James Reuben Adams who possessed most of the city’s land.
From 1817 to 1820, it was said that a Bell Witch Haunting happened. There is popular Southern folklore that involved the Bell family back in the 19th century. This legend spawned several films.
Clarksville, Tennessee is one of the fastest-growing cities in Tennessee located next to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, home of our 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). Among the many recreation amenities are the Cumberland River, The Riverwalk, Clarksville Marina, Dunbar Cave State Park, Port Royal State Park, Clarksville Greenway, and a 10-acre fishing pond at Liberty Park.
Farmington is located in Clarksville, Tennessee. Sitting in a strategic location, it offers convenience to its residents in terms of commuting to Clarksville, Fort Campbell and Nashville. The sprawling homes have a minimum of 2,000 square ft. giving renters a feeling of space.
Homebuyers and renters will find it effortless to choose different styles of homes in Farmington. Owing to several builders, units come in a variety of types and one can take a pick at what’s suitable based on their needs. Most homes come with basements.
Fox Crossing is located conveniently near Exit 1 and Exit 4 off of Interstate 24. This subdivision includes underground utilities, sidewalks, street lights, and beautiful uniform mailboxes with a lot of curb appeal. Located just minutes from popular shopping, restaurants and many nature trails and parks.
Montgomery County is located in northern Tennessee. According to the latest U.S. census data, its population was estimated to be 217,820. This makes it the 7th most populated county in the state of Tennessee out of all 95 counties.
Some cities in Montgomery County include Woodlawn, Southside, Palmyra, Cunningham, and Clarksville.
Rossview is a neighborhood in Clarkesville, where the Rossview High School is located. Some of the attractions in and around the area include the Dunbar Cave State Park, the Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, Beachaven Vineyards & Winery, and Pratt Museum.
Sango is located in the southeastern corner of Montgomery County, and just five miles east of Clarkesville. According to the latest census figures, the area is estimated to have a population of about 7,320 people.
Sango is an unincorporated area and, as such, it has no clearly defined boundaries. The area it covers is roughly between interstate 24 and U.S route 41A.
Offering an assortment of varying sizes, beautiful styles and affordable prices, West Creek is one of the top neighborhoods in Clarkesville, TN. Homes in this neighborhood range in square footage from about 1,200 square feet to just over 2,500. The price also varies from about $191,000 to just over $299,900.
Located along U.S. Route 79 west of neighboring Clarksville, Woodlawn is an unincorporated community in Montgomery County.
According to the latest census estimates, the city is estimated to have a population of 164,496 people. This makes it the 5th largest city in Tennessee (after Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville, and Chattanooga).