FAIRVUE PLANTATION SUBDIVISION:LIVING IN GALLATIN, TENNESSEE
About Fairvue Plantation
Fairvue Plantation is a series of planned communities, which offers a range of pricing* from $200,000 to over $4,000,000.
In Fairview Village, home prices start around $300,000 and increase to $500,000. The gated Jacobs Point subdivision is from $1,000,000 to more than $4,000,000.
Other subdivisions are in the middle range. Home sites in the Peninsula subdivision run from $200,000 to $900,000. Property next to the lake starts at around $1,200,000.
This is a wonderful golf and country club community that offers two eighteen-hole golf courses and luxury home accommodations that go with it. Each of the individual subdivisions offers various home-site options unique to this style of neighborhood.
The reported average commute time living in the Fairvue Plantation communities is 25 minutes.
Buying and Selling in Fairvue Plantation
Gracie Lake: This lakeside community offers homes along the 35-acre Gracie Lake. European style architecture with custom interiors is dominant in these Cottage and Villa type homes. Prices range from $200,000 to $400,000.
Fairvue Village: Maintenance free luxury living on a front-nine location of the Lake Golf Course. Many of the homes are situated along the shores of Old Hickory Lake. Priced from $300,000 to $600,000.
The Coves: A traditional neighborhood setting with beautifully landscaped level lots and lakefront views of Old Hickory Lake. Prices range from $300,000 to $700,000.
The Fairways: These homes offer views of the several golf course holes as well as panoramas of Old Hickory Lake. Home prices start at $400,000.
The Boulevard: Enormous and custom crafted estates on well-kept level home lots. These are aptly priced from $600,000 to $1,000,000 plus.
Jacobs Point: Gated lakefront and golf course adjacent homes that offer some of the most opulent family estates at Fairvue Plantation. These majestically adorned and exquisitely crafted estates are priced from $1,500,000 to as much as $4,000,000 plus.
Note: All stated values were current as of February 2018
More information on living in Gallatin's Fairvue Plantation Subdivision
Fairvue Plantation Neighborhood Map
Things To Do In & Around Gallatin
Bledsoe Creek State Park is home to Native American history. There are 57 campsites and more than six miles of scenic hiking trails. The trails go through the forest and along the lakes of the park. One mile of trail is paved, making the trail accessible to persons with disabilities. The trails are open year round.
Bledsoe Creek offers two boat launch ramps, one for campers and the other for the public use.
Other activities include fishing, picnic facilities, and programs which provide entertainment for all ages.
Cumberland River Cruises offer regularly scheduled, child-friendly public cruises that last about 1.5 hours. Also available for private charter, the vessels are great for parties, reunions, and more. Soft drinks and water available.
First opened in 1913 as a silent movie theater, historic The Palace Theater is the oldest movie theater in Tennessee. Under its current owners, it now hosts a variety of shows, events, and movies every Friday and Saturday night.
To See in Gallatin
Gallatin's current population 34,334.
The median age is 35.
The racial makeup is 77% of people are white, 11% are black, 8% claim Hispanic ethnicity, 2% are Asian, 1.4% are Native American, and 0.6% claim 'Other'.
The unemployment rate in Gallatin is 4.50%, with job growth of 2.61%. Future job growth is predicted to be 40%.
Income per capita is $25,845. The median household income is $46,279. The sales tax rate is 9.25% and income tax is 0.
Gallatin's cost of living is 3.7% below the U.S. average.
70% of the people in Gallatin are registered Republicans.
28% are registered Democrats.
2% are independent.
Gallatin averages 50 inches of rain and 3 inches of snow per year.
Total average number of days with precipitation is 83.
There is an average of 207 sunny days per year in Gallatin.
The high temperature each year occurs in July at 89 degrees. The yearly low temperature is in January at 26 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.