Franklin is a charming, historic town with good energy. The Downtown area is filled with local businesses (restaurants, shops, antiques, art galleries) surrounded by a small section of tour-worthy Victorian and antebellum homes. Housing in Franklin hits every type: older homes, new condos, and plenty of traditional, 21st century suburban homes.
A few cultural staples of the area include the growing Saturday Farmer’s Market, the Factory at Franklin, theme festivals downtown, Boiler Room Theater, historic events, spots for local music, and locally owned restaurants like Boxwood Bistro, Red Pony and Saffire. The O’More College of Art and Design adds artistic interest. Nearby Arrington Vineyards is a favorite hot spot for Franklin dwellers as well. The local boutiques add to the charm of a walk down Main Street.
People moving from all over the Nashville area as well as other parts of the country call Franklin home. Combine those with people who have had family living there since before the Civil War makes this a very versatile community.
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