Not far from Clarksville, the tiny town of Pleasant View, Tennessee, is a delightful place to buy a home. The community is situated in northern Cheatham County and boasts a long, rich history, formerly known as “Turnbill Horse Stamp,” and “Bradley’s Stand.” It was originally a stagecoach stop between Nashville and Clarksville and was named in 1870 by its citizens. Today the community is bounded by the Cheatham/Robertson County line on the north. Its boundary stretches from Triangle Road to Goodsprings Road on the east, along Old Clarksville Pike along the south, and along Oaklawn Road on the west.
Within the city limits, you’ll find fifty-five city-maintained streets that total roughly twenty-four miles. You’ll also discover it has two schools, the Pleasant View Christian School on Hicks Edgen Road, and Pleasant View Elementary on Church Street. The city is home to fewer than 4,500 residents and is an excellent place to raise a family. While the average commute is a bit higher than the national average, the enviable small-town charm is difficult to resist. Homes for sale in Pleasant View are primarily single-family houses of varying ages and sizes. Adding to its allure, listing prices for available properties in Pleasant View fall in a relatively broad range. If you would like to learn more about Pleasant View real estate, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.
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