BONBROOK SUBDIVISION: LIVING IN BRENTWOOD, TENNESSEE
About Bonbrook Subdivision
Bonbrook subdivision is located off Concord Road in east Brentwood.
There are two sections of Bonbrook with different names, but this is all one neighborhood connected by Brunswick Drive in east Brentwood. Estates of Bonbrook is the older area of the subdivision which was established in 1995. There are 170 properties in the neighborhood. Most of the newer homes were built from 2000 to 2013.
The community is popular because it is close to Brentwood, Cool Springs, and downtown. It offers an attractive middle range price point and the turnover rate is good.
Bonbrook homes are in the range of 2900 to 7300 square feet. The number of bedrooms is between 3 to 7 and there are 2 to 8 baths. Most have 3-car garages while some have 2-car garages.
Lawns of 1/2 to 1 acre are beautifully landscaped. All homes are 2-story brick with classical architectural styling. Many have 1 or 2-story porches.
There are 42 acres of common space, a park and pavilion, picnic area, playground, ball field, and a pond.
Buying and Selling in Bonbrook
HOA dues* are $410 per year.
The median price* of homes in Bonbrook is $664,200. The average price per square foot is $150. Bonbrook properties typically stay on the market an average of 94 days.
Note: Stated values were current as at December, 2017
More information on living in Brentwood's Bonbrook Subdivision
- 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.
Bonbrook Subdivision Neighborhood Map
Internet and Cell Service in Bonbrook
DSL (AT&T, United Communications)
Cable (Xfinity, MegaPath)
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile
Note: Always verify service to a property address when evaluating availability.
Schools in Bonbrook
Edmonsom Elementary School - PK–4
Brentwood Middle School - 5–8
Brentwood High School - 9–12
Things To Do In & Around Brentwood
Enjoy the sights of Nashville aboard the Old Town Trolley Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour.
Part tourist attraction and part transit bus, the Old Town Trolley is a fun, hop-on, hop-off trolley that allows you to visit the city's famous landmarks including the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Vanderbilt University campus.
The trolley offers 15 stops to explore around the city and is fully narrated. Trolleys depart from each stop on a regular schedule so you never have to wait long.
The Grand Ole Opry is a mecca for country and bluegrass performers. Its stage has been graced by artists ranging from Loretta Lynn, Roy Acuff, and Patsy Cline, to Carrie Underwood and Pam Tillis.
Take a Guided Pub Crawl Tour and visit 4 to 6 lively watering holes. Pubs selected for the tour each have a unique and interesting personality. Join your guides in Nashville for a great opportunity to check out local bars including hotspots along notorious Second Avenue.
To See in Brentwood
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.
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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.