Ashland City,TN Real Estate and Community Information

History


Ashland City, TN Real Estate For SaleTennessee’s https://www.cheathamcountytn.gov was established in 1856 along the beautiful Cumberland River. The town of https://www.ashlandcitytn.gov was created for the sole purpose of functioning as the new county’s seat. Today over 3,600 residents call this lovely city home. Early Ashland City real estate included an industrial area with a forge and grist mill. A powder mill at nearby Sycamore Creek became a major target during the Civil War. Ashland City is now a manufacturing center 30 minutes north of Nashville. There are available, beautiful Ashland City TN homes for sale today.

Locals will tell you two stories about how Ashland City was named. One legend says the town was named in honor of Henry Clay’s estate Ashland. The other story tells that city fathers loved the beautiful Ash trees in their new city and decided to name the town after them. The word “City” was added later. No matter which story you go with, the efforts of city fathers created a beautiful town with a two-story brick  and square as a centerpiece. The 1869 era building is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

Parks and Recreation


Visitors and residents can't help but enjoy the great Ashland City, TN Real Estate For Salerecreational areas at Ashland City. In fact spending time in one of Ashland City’s great parks only reminds visitors of the fact that this town is one of the most beautiful cities in Tennessee. Along with city run youth ball fields, Ashland City has four parks that provide everything from picnicking and fishing to outdoor classroom studies and dog walking areas. The nearby Bull Run Recreational Area offers scenic picnicking and fishing areas. Hikers and bikers will love the https://cumberlandrivertrail.org Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail with over six miles of paved and gravel surfaces. Ashland City properties are also available near the new marina that serves Ashland City boaters.

Another popular recreational area is Sydney’s Bluff on the other side of the river. This imposing cliff is visible from almost every neighborhood in the city and popular with hikers and rock climbers. The Cheatham Wildlife Management Area  is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts to visit. Campers, picnickers and hikers will enjoy this area. Sightseeing families won’t want to miss watching the river traffic pass through the local lock and dam system.

Attractions and Activities


Many great attractions and activities await a potential Ashland City home buyer. Bikers will enjoy the fall time bike ride through the beautiful Cumberland River basin of Montgomery and Cheatham counties. Summerfest is a yearly music festival held at Riverbluff Park along the riverfront. This fun filled celebration includes a carnival, live music, arts, crafts, lots of food and fireworks. Another “don’t miss” attraction is a river cruise along the Cumberland. Local charters offer a great variety of river cruises. Visitors can enjoy a wildlife refuge cruise, sunset cruise, waterfront home cruise and fall foliage cruise. Mary McCooley An Ashland City real estate agent can tell you more about this Cumberland River town.



Mary McCooley
Mary McCooley
Affilate Broker
2503 Wilma Rudolph Blvd Clarksville TN 37040