Charming suburban community with fantastic amenities.

Welcome to Brentwood, TN

A charming suburban community with fantastic amenities.
Brentwood is a highly desirable suburb of Nashville, nestled within scenic Williamson County. This affluent community is situated at the intersection of state Route 254 and U.S. Routes 31 and 66. Downtown Nashville is ten miles north of Brentwood; Nashville International Airport, Radnor Lake State Park, and the shopping and dining of Franklin’s CoolSprings Galleria are mere minutes away. There is also an abundance of shops, restaurants, and outdoor recreation spaces in Brentwood itself.
Brentwood’s real estate is an eclectic mix of architectural styles. Grand contemporary custom-built homes offer beautiful designs inside and out. Some of the most sought-after properties overlook the golfing greens of Brentwood Country Club, while others back onto creeks and tranquil open spaces. In addition, there are established neighborhoods of remodeled 20th-century single-family homes, along with undeveloped tracts that provide a blank canvas for those who want to create their own dream home.

What to Love

  • Convenient location
  • Beautiful homes
  • Upscale shopping centers
  • Brentwood Library

People & Lifestyle

This refined suburban community is home to numerous country music stars and Nashville sports teams. Young families love Brentwood for its highly rated public schools and peaceful residential areas. Money magazine named Brentwood one of the nation’s best places to retire. Brentwood combines a convenient location with plenty of places to shop and dine with beautiful bucolic countryside.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Bustling strip malls line the highways that cut through Brentwood, allowing residents easy access to a wide range of shopping and dining options. Located along U.S. Highway 31, Brentwood Place is home to a number of businesses: Nordstrom Rack, T.J. Maxx, and HomeGoods, a variety of cafes and casual eateries, and an expertly curated selection of international drinks at Brentwood Wine and Spirits. The nearby Hill Center features numerous boutiques and specialty stores, along with an REI outdoor recreation store and upscale grocery shopping at The Fresh Market. Other retail destinations can be found at Peartree Village, which is anchored by a Kroger supermarket, and Brentwood Town Centre, which has restaurants, including the Honey Baked Ham, and a diverse selection of stores and services.

Things to Do

Established within the verdant countryside of Williamson County, Brentwood has nine parks that extend beyond 20 acres in size. The largest of these is the 397-acre Marcella Vivrette Smith Park, where biking, hiking, and walking trails wind through forested wildlife habitats surrounding the early-19th century Ravenswood Mansion. In addition, there is the 187-acre Nashville Golf & Athletic Club and the refined Brentwood Country Club. Brentwood also maintains one of the nation’s most popular libraries. More than 1,000 visitors per day use the John P. Holt Brentwood Library’s study and conference rooms or browse the 153,000 titles stored on its shelves.


Brentwood is zoned to the Williamson County Schools.
  • Crockett Elementary School, Public, PK–5
  • Edmondson Elementary School, Public, K–5
  • Brentwood Middle School, Public, 6–8
  • Sunset Middle School, Public, 6–8
  • Woodland Middle School, Public, 6–8
  • Brentwood High School, Public, 9–12

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