Conveniently and centrally located in the close proximity to the airport and southeast of the downtown area, Antioch is characterized as a residential haven that features an attractive selection of traditional ranch and contemporary split-level homes along quiet, tree-shaded streets. Affordable multi-family dwellings such as condominiums and townhouses are also available for a maintenance-free lifestyle. Outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, and a myriad of water sports are available close to home in Antioch. The regional recreational treasure of J. Percy Priest Reservoir lies to the northeast of the community for boating and water sports. Offering even more convenience for team and team and league sports, exercising, picnicking and family outings is William A. Pitts Park located on Wessex Drive. Opportunities for shopping close to home are abundant in the department stores and specialty shops of Hickory Hollow Mall. In close proximity to the mall is another Nashville favorite, just a short drive down Antioch Pike to the commercial center on Hickory Hollow Parkway. Bargain hunters join those who are simply looking for daily conveniences at one of the region’s most concentrated collections of popular stores, services, and shops.
346 listings with an estimated median price of $230,000
(Data as of 10/19/2018)
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Median Age: 33.56
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