Mt Juliet : Tennessee

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What it's Like to Retire in Mt Juliet

Mount Juliet is an affluent small town and suburb 16 miles east of Nashville, population about 14,000 people. The town is growing fast. Fishing and boating are popular pastime in Mt. Juliet because of the city's proximity to Percy Priest and Old Hickory lakes. Photo of Providence Shopping Center and sculpture courtesy of Wikipedia and Ichabod.

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Where to Retire in Mt Juliet and Home Prices

Mt.Juliet is home to at least one large active adult community (see link at top right).
The median home value was $310,000 in late 2018, according to Zillow.com

 

What is special about Mt Juliet

Providence Marketplace is a new, large-scale commercial and residential development on the city's southern side. Being a suburb of Nashville residents can enjoy the attractions of the big city but live in a smaller scale environment. Mt. Juliet has 2 large city parks and several state parks nearby.
 

What is not special about Mt Juliet

It is growing and developing very fast.
 

Who will like retirement in Mt Juliet

People who like Tennessee and Nashville might enjoy it retirement in this affluent suburb.
 

Local economy is driven by

Mt. Juliet is a suburb of Nashville.
 

Climate and Physical Environment

Mt. Juliet is located about 20 miles east of Nashville. The average July high temperature is 89 and the average January high is 46 (the average low is 28). The wettest month is May (5").
 

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

Providence Marketplace has a 14 screen multiplex theatre. Nearby Nashville is filled with musical and cultural opportunities.
 

Crime

The crime rate is below average in Mount Juliet.
 

Medical facilities

Summit Medical Center is 5 miles out of town.
 

Transportation

The Music City Star offers commuter rail to Nashville from Mt. Juliet.
 

Valuable Links

Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce

 

What people are saying about Mt Juliet

Above post \"My Thoughts On Mt. Juliet\"
Thank you so much for your comments. You express my sentiments exactly. At this age, 62, I can\'t wait another 15 to 20 years for an area to develop. I like the convenience of a 15-20 minute to great restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Guess it\'s hard to get it all, but I\'m hoping since the 2013 writing of your post that things have grown a lot. Worth checking out. Thanks again.
Posted by Geoannet55 on January 25, 2017
My thoughts on Mt. Juliet
I visited Mt Juliet in apr 2013 and looked at houses w a realtor. I love Nashville and really wanted to like MtJ, but it didn\'t do it for me. It was very rural which is normal for lake property (I was looking at lake front only), but when you drove out 15 minutes to \'town\' there wasn\'t much there. Several strip malls, not many restaurants that I could see. There just weren\'t many amenities. I think that in 15 to 20 years, MtJ could be more of what I\'m looking for. It is a beautiful area, and if you could live with a 35-45 minute drive to Nashville to get great dining, shopping and cultural activities, then its worth checking out. But as I research places to live, I\'m realizing that I want that country feel on a lake, with all the amenities of a big town not more than 15 minutes away. We\'re focused on TN, SC and GA because of taxes and weather.
Posted by Raiza on May 27, 2013

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