Hickory Hills Homes For Sale in Mount Juliet
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Catch a glimpse of Hickory Hills and all it has to offer homeowners.
Hickory Hills is not just a neighborhood of 650 homes, but a community of close-knit neighbors who strive to keep their homes well-maintained and the roadways clean for everyone living here.
As you enter Hickory Hills from the main entrance off Lebanon Road, you’ll be welcomed by the long, tree-lined drive of Bradford Pears that are just beautiful in the Spring with white blooms.
If you notice residents along this road in early summer with bags in their hands they’re usually collecting blackberries that grow wild. We happen to know many good pies have come from those Hickory Hills blackberries.
Hickory Hills is situated in an area that makes its location minutes away from many conveniences in both Hermitage and Mt. Juliet. Hickory Hills also has an alternate entrance, which takes you through the adjoining Willoughby Station neighborhood.
The amenities in Hickory Hills draw many to the neighborhood.
The community has great amenities including:
- a clubhouse
- three swimming pools
- a playground
- a pond with a fountain
- 30 acres of common area, most of which are designed to be wooden and natural
Excellent Wilson County Schools
Children in Hickory Hills will attend Mount Juliet Elementary, Mount Juliet Middle School, and Mount Juliet High School–all of which are part of the excellent Wilson County School system.
You can also find several daycares around the area for smaller children. We know that school districts are an important consideration when looking for a new home for you and your family, and Wilson County is one of the best in the state.
In the past 15 years, Wilson County has built four new, state-of-the-art high schools, and boasts a graduation rate of 95.1 percent–one of the highest in the state.
Independent Youth Organizations
- Attention to Detail (Soccer)
- Central Tennessee Soccer
- Eagle Express (Soccer)
- Game On Sports (Various)
- Healthy Kids Running Series
- Mt. Juliet League (Baseball/Softball)
- Mt. Juliet Youth Football & Cheerleading Accociation
- West Wilson Basketball Association
- Rally Cats Youth Tennis
- Tri-Star Volleyball
Information provided by Mtjuliet-tn.gov
Facilities are available for rent at Charlie Daniels Park & the Community Center only. All other facilities are first-come, first-served. Click below for more information or Take a Virtual Tour.
The place to be for Family, Fitness, & Fun with amenities like playgrounds, skate park, basketball, volleyball & more.
Located inside Charlie Daniels Park, we have a full-size basketball court, 3 multipurpose rooms, & the department’s administrative office.
Disc golf driving range, sand volleyball, & a bark park.
This Bicycle Park, aimed at increasing safety and awareness for young cyclists, was an Eagle Scout Project by member John Forth of Troop 150.
Walking trail, Disc golf, softball field & home to the Mt. Juliet Youth Football and Cheerleading Association.
This Certified Wildlife Habitat park hosts a walking trail & outdoor fitness equipment.
Bark park, pavilion, playground, & sand volleyball.
See the Mt. Juliet Calendar of Events
The City of Mt. Juliet provides it’s residents with a calendar of events so you don’t miss the fun!
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- 15 minutes from Nashville International Airport.
- Don’t like taxes? Mt. Juliet has one of the lowest tax rates in Tennessee.
- The “4 R’s”: Retail, Roads, Rivers and Rail meet here. Mount Juliet has one of America’s newest commuter rail lines.
- Mt. Juliet’s workforce is trained, capable and ready!
- Mount Juliet has the largest shopping complex between Nashville and Knoxville, with hundreds of restaurants and shops.
- Incorporated about 4 decades ago, Mount Juliet’s infrastructure is new, robust and improving daily.
- Mt. Juliet is one of Tennessee’s Fastest Growing Communities.
- Mount Juliet offers southern hospitality at its very finest!
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis and State of Tennessee.
- Over 39,000 people from the 2020 Census, and growing.
- 2.75 persons in average household.
- $93,096 Median income per household.
- Nearly $42,294 per capita income.
- Wilson County is one of the state’s top 5 most affluent counties, and has the 2nd highest median income in Tennessee.
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