ANNANDALE NEIGHBORHOOD: LIVING IN BRENTWOOD, TENNESSEE
Annandale subdivision in Brentwood, Tennessee sits between Old Smyrna Road and Church Street and is five minutes from I-65. Proximity to the interstate makes commuting to Nashville quick and easy. Nashville International Airport is about 20 minutes from Brentwood.
This luxury neighborhood has grown steadily since its beginning in 2006. The homebuilders in Annandale provide amenities such as a resort-style swimming pool and cabana, walking trails and sidewalks alongside a 14-acre park.
There are traffic-slowing roundabouts and a program of architectural review that is applied to new homes to prevent duplication and provide a unique look to the neighborhood.
Most homes in Annandale were built between 2006 and 2013. The average size is 6,200 square feet. Lot sizes average a half-acre. Homes in this community typically have no basement.
Buying and Selling in Annandale
The median home value* in Annandale is $517,800. Values have gone up 1.2% over the past year. The median list price per square foot in Annandale is $300. The median price of homes sold in Annandale is $491,575.
Note: Stated values were current as at December, 2017
More information on living in Brentwood's Annandale Subdivision
- Visit the Annandale HOA website to learn more about living in the area and for photos of the neighbourhood check out their Annandale HOA Facebook page.
- Visit the City of Brentwood Facebook page to learn more about life in Brentwood.
- Visit the Explore Brentwood, Tennessee website to learn more what Brentwood has to offer its residents.
Internet and Cell Service in Annandale
Cable (Xfinity, Level 3 Communications, MegaPath, TW Telecom)
Verizon LTE, AT&T LTE, Sprint, T-Mobile
Note: Always verify service to a property address when evaluating availability.
Things To Do In & Around the Brentwood Area
The Dyer Observatory is owned and operated by Vanderbilt University. It is named after Arthur J. Dyer, who paid for the observatory's 24-foot wide dome, and houses a 24-inch reflecting telescope named for astronomer Carl Seyfert.
Radnor Lake is a 1200 acre Class II Protected Area. Four unpaved trails wander through the woods surrounding the lake, where hikers can enjoy the wilderness, including river otters, beavers, mink, muskrat, bobcat, coyote and the white-tailed deer.
Maryland Farms YMCA is a thriving hub in the community for personal training, nutrition counseling, group fitness classes, health support groups, swimming pools and swimming lessons.
To See in the Brentwood Area
The current population of Brentwood is 41,763.
The median age is 41.
The racial makeup is 88% White, 5% African American, 6% Asian, and 1% Native American.
The unemployment rate in Brentwood, Tennessee is 4%. Job growth averages 2.2%. Future job growth for the next ten years is projected to be 40%.
The sales tax rate is 9.25%. Income tax is 0%.
Per capita income is $58,745 and the median household income is $138,395.
73% of voters in Brentwood, Tennessee are registered Republicans.
26% are registered Democrats.
1% are registered Independents.
Brentwood gets 52 inches of rain per year.
The average annual snowfall is 3 inches.
On average, there are 80 days per year with measurable precipitation.
Highest temperatures are in July and averages 89 degrees.
Low temperatures occur in January and average 27 degrees.
Additional Resources if You're Moving to Tennessee
Searching for a house can be both exciting and stressful. Here are online resources to help you plan your move.
- The Nashville Chamber of Commerce "Getting Established" page is a great resource for information on a variety of topics and is a great place to start.
- Department of Motor Vehicles instructions to re-register your out of state driver's license and vehicle.
- Check out the neighborhood! Read up on Nashville's eclectic neighborhoods and find your ideal vibe.
- Have kids? Learn about schools and their ratings before you move.