Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Murfreesboro Real Estate

Over the past half century, industrial growth has contributed to a stable economy in Murfreesboro, resulting in a population today of over 80,000. Buyers are attracted to Murfreesboro homes because of the fantastic recreational opportunities and high quality schools that are located in the area—including Middle Tennessee State University, which has the highest undergraduate enrollment in the state.

More than a dozen recreational parks call Murfreesboro home, including the Murfree Spring Wetlands. The Wetlands are a 25-acre city park complete with amphitheater and playground. Walking trails and raised boardwalks wind through the Wetlands, which are one of the most productive ecosystems in the world. Adjacent to the Wetlands is the Discovery Center, which is an interactive children's museum and environmental center that features hands-on exhibits and programs.

Murfreesboro's historic Downtown Square allows residents and visitors to step back in time. You can stroll the Square while browsing the numerous specialty shops, dine at one of the many restaurants that line the sidewalks, and end the day with a walking tour of the Neoclassical, Italianate and Victorian architecture of homes along Murfreesboro's East Main Street.

Annual Events in Rutherford County include:

  • Jazz Fest
  • Uncle Dave Macon Days
  • Free Day in May
  • International Folk Festival
  • Old Timer's Day
  • Pioneer Power Days
  • Tennessee Highland Games
  • Tennessee Heritage BBQ Festival