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Smyrna is located in the state of Tennessee and a town in Rutherford County. The area was first settled by the European and its European-American roots that started in the early 19th century and has then started as an agricultural community. The railroad that lies in the area has an important role during the American Civil War that connects Nashville and Chattanooga. It is the scene of one of the major events which have been involved in the Confederate States hero Sam Davis who has been charged with spying and thereafter gave up his life instead of giving out any information to the Union Army and was then hanged by the Union forces in 1863. The Sewart Air Force Base was established in 1941 during World War II and has served as a B-17 Flying Fortress and the training facility for the B-24. Just 20 minutes away from electric Nashville is the town of Smyrna, Tennessee. This family-friendly town is full of historic sites and excellent outdoor activities such as gold courses, an extensive greenway system, multiple basketball and soccer fields, and plenty of water to go kayaking, fishing, or canoeing. Smyrna is the 15th largest city in Tennessee, but it boasts the state’s third-lowest property taxes. Thanks to this, Smyrna is not just considered ideal for families, but was also declared by the US News and World Report as one of the top ten cities to retire in the US. The town hosts a Nissan car manufacturing plant which has been instrumental for its economy since the 1980s, and job growth is expected to rise in the next years. Locals receive topnotch healthcare from the TriStar Stone Crest Medical Center, and Smyrna’s schools and colleges consistent register high scores. Residents of Smyrna generally report a high satisfaction with life in the town.

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Market Duration

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Population 43,060 (54.90%)
House Size (sqft.) 2,254 (-6.26%)