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    Lebanon Homes

    Wilson County was established by the Tennessee General Assembly on Oct. 26, 1799, three years after Tennessee became a state. On Nov. 13, 1801, the town of Lebanon was authorized. The local cedar trees gave the place its name, Lebanon, a reminder of the Biblical land of the cedars. On Nov. 23, 1819, the City of Lebanon was officially incorporated. Originally called "one of the prettiest of Tennessee's country towns", it became a center of commerce, culture and education. Cumberland University opened in September 1842 with 45 students. Lebanon is also home to the famous Castle Heights Military Academy, established in 1902. The school was a prestigious private boys and girls school, but was later changed to an all-male military academy. Though the school closed in the 1980's, the "Main" building is now preserved as City Hall. Lebanon has also been the home of five governors of Tennessee: Sam Houston, James Chamberlain Jones, William Bowen Campbell, Robert L. Caruthers, and Frank G. Clement. It's a grand place of honor, public service and heritage.

    The median home value for this area is approximately $190,214, located directly east of Nashville off of I-40. It's nearly 25 minutes from the center of downtown, and the primary flagship streets are Tennessee Boulevard, Bluebird Road, Trousdale Ferry Pike, Carthage Highway, Cumberland Street, Baddour Parkway, Hartsville Pike, Coles Ferry Pike, Main Street, Hartmann Drive, Leeville Pike, Trousdale Ferry Pike, Big Springs Road, Goshen Road, Hunters Pointe Pike, Murfreesboro Road, Chicken Road, Trammel Lane, Cainsville Road, Linwood Road, Division Street and Highway 109. Lebanon offers several public school district options. These include 6 elementary (Sam Houston, Coles Ferry, Castle Heights Upper, Byars Dowdy, Southside, Carroll Oakland), 2 middle (Walter J Baird, Tuckers Cross Roads) and 4 high (Lebanon, Wilson County Vocational, Wilson County Adult, Wilson Central), plus Cumberland University. Locals delight in historic Town Square, filled with antique and gift shops, Lebanon Premium Outlets, Elkin Park-Hobbs Field, Jimmy Floyd Outdoor Pool, Lebanon Youth Soccer Association, Sellars Farm State Park, Lebanon Golf & Country Club, Want, Wilson County Fair (seasonal), The Bull & Whistle, Roxy Movie Theater, Legends Sports Bar, Silverado's East and Maplehill Sports Center.

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