Shelbyville, Tennessee is located approximately 50 miles outside the city of Nashville. Residents enjoy a proximity to the urban hub that allows them to take advantage of both bustling city life and a more quiet, expansive, rural living. While there are neighborhoods and formed communities in Shelbyville, homeowners can still find a piece of land all their own.
On June 6th, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, residents and guests alike are invited to tour some of the most beautiful homes and gardens of Shelbyville. Unlike in years past, this year will feature stops ranging from small ranch homes with spectacular gardens to businesses in historic downtown and even parks. All proceeds will go to establish Shelbyville as a Tree City, according to the Times-Gazette, Shelbyville’s local paper.
Some of the stops include the Shull home and garden, Valley Home Farms, displays of yard art at the Hunter home and the award-winning Bell Buckle Park. You can pre-order a box lunch for $10 and tickets are $10, as well.
Shelbyville offers homeowners a piece of the country while being close to the city – a balance and combination that is appealing to first time home buyers, retirees and everyone in between.
If you’re considering relocating to Tennessee, it’s a wonderful region to explore. The business division is strong – ranked among the state’s top 25 most business-friendly sectors – and real estate options are versatile. From ranch homes on sprawling acres to sustained communities and more, there is something for everyone in Shelbyville.