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    Murfreesboro Homes

    In 1811, the Tennessee State Legislature appointed a committee to select a new site for the Rutherford County seat. The General Assembly named the new town "Cannonsburgh," honoring Newton Cannon, a young politician in Williamson County, but upon Captain Lytle's request, changed the name to "Murfreesborough" one month later. The naming was in memory of Lytle's friend, Colonel Hardy Murfree. In 1817, "Murfreesboro" was recognized as an official city by the State Legislature and, in 1818, was named the capital of Tennessee because of its central location. However, Nashville regained title as the State capital in 1826. In the early years, it was mainly an agricultural community, with corn, cotton, and tobacco as the main crops. Today it is named the Most Livable Town in Tennessee. Murfreesboro is the fastest growing city in the state, and it's not hard to see why. The City provides the quality of life that attracts growth: plentiful housing, excellent schools, employment opportunities, outstanding services, recreational programs and regional medical facilities.

    The median home value for this area is approximately $192,534, located southeast of Nashville off of I-24. It's nearly 25-30 minutes from the center of the city, and the primary flagship streets are Thompson Lane, Lebanon Pike/Road, Northfield Blvd, Broad Street, Manchester Pike, Bradyville Pike, Compton Road, Lascassas Pike, Halls Hill Pike, John Bragg Highway, Guy James Road, Middle Tennessee Boulevard, Rutherford Boulevard, Church Street, Wayside Road, Midland Road, Clark Boulevard, Dejarnette Lane, Memorial Parkway and Medical Center Parkway. The public school district options in Murfreesboro are plentiful, including 11 elementary (Northfield, Erma Siegel, Buchanan, Scales, Blackman, Barfield, Black Fox, Christiana, Reeves Rogers, Mitchell Neilson Primary, Mitchell Neilson), 5 middle (Siegel, The Discovery School At Reevesrogers, Cason Lane Academy, Blackman, Christiana), and 4 high (Siegel, Blackman, Daniel McKee Alternative, Oakland) establishments, plus Middle Tennessee State University as a public institution. Locals delight in Art in the Rotunda, Stone River National Battlefield, Tennessee Miller Coliseum, Mona Recreation Area, The Avenue Murfreesboro, Stones River Mall, Plaza South Shopping Center, Go USA Fun Park, Lanes Trains & Automobiles, Discovery Center, Oaklands Historic House Museum, and Towne Centre.

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