The fastest growing community in the state, Arlington, Tennessee, is a wonderful place to buy a home in Shelby County. This charming small town has a rich history dating back to 1830 and today serves as home for approximately 12,000 residents. Arlington is composed of 20.4 square miles and is an uncommon combination of neighborhoods and subdivisions branching outward from the historic Depot Square.
Students in this family friendly community are served by Arlington Community Schools and attend Donelson Elementary School or Arlington Elementary School, then Arlington Middle and Arlington High schools. In addition to exceptional academic opportunities, Arlington is also home to multiple scenic neighborhood parks including Mary Alice Neighborhood Park, Dixon Robinson Neighborhood Park, Douglas Street Community Park, Hughes-College Hill Community Park and Doctor Logon Neighborhood Park, to name a few.
Buy a home in Arlington and spend your days visiting its many landmarks and other area attractions such as the Rachel H. K. Burrow Museum. The Museum is a one-room building and home to numerous historical artifacts, as well as local memorabilia. Once a bank, the Rachel H. K. Burrow Museum is listed on the National Register for Historical Places. In the center of Depot Square you’ll find another must-see attraction, the Blacksmith Shop. One of the few working blacksmith shops in the nation, the Shop offers demonstrations each April during the annual “Arlington in April” festival. You can gain insight into Arlington’s past at another historic site, the Post Office. Built in 1900 the Post Office in Arlington is also listed on the National Register for Historic Places and is home to many postal items from times long past. With all of these wonderful historic attractions, as well as its many modern day amenities, you can buy a home in Arlington and enjoy learning about the past while building your future.
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