What Tennessee Town Should You Live In?
Created by a Tennessee expert, find out what town in the state best suits you.
You are heading out to go listen to a live band with friends. You want to hear...
It's the weekend, and you want to engage in one of your favorite pastimes without driving far. In an ideal world, you'd be able to drive fifteen minutes and...
Your ideal town is...
What is your occupation, or the occupation you are aspiring to?
Which subject is the most interesting to you?
You want a drink. You would prefer to...
You feel most at home near...
Which appeals to you?
Which of the following meals do you enjoy most?
What kind of neighborhood do you want to live in?
Leaning urban, you want to be in the center of the action. You are possibly pursuing a career in the music industry, and may have tendencies to be a "hipster", or in some cases, a "poser". None the less, you're not afraid to pursue what you want... And from its music joints, to its eclectic artistic scene, to its unwarranted prestige, Nashville may be the place for you... At least for a while - few stay for life.
Nashville is Tennessee's capitol, and is the home of the Country music industry, as well as other music industries. Many consider it the capitol of the south, while others consider it a haven for wanna-be's of all types. None the less, this is as urban as it gets in Tennessee.
Heritage means something to you, and you certainly don't have a problem with tradition. You like a diverse culture, and just as much so, enjoy great food, great soul music, and a relaxed mentality. And, you just might be an Elvis fan. You belong in Memphis!
Memphis is Tennessee's western-most city, as well as Tennessee's most culturally diverse city. It is full of history and new discoveries, and may be the barbecue capital of the world.
You love the outdoors, but also city life. A good balance means a lot to you. You want to have a career, maybe raise a family, and grow in a diverse but reliable community... and a great view of the mountains certainly doesn't hurt. Welcome to Knoxville.
Knoxville is the largest city in East Tennessee, and is within an hour of some of the greatest tourism Tennessee has to offer (Dollywood, Gatlinburg, etc.), and a great spot for nature lovers.
Small town life with big town resources is calling your name. Within two hours of major Tennessee cities, everything you really need is still around the corner. The land is flat, life is simple, and you're content with that. You like heritage but like to keep things chill. Welcome to Jackson.
Small, small town life is for you. Agriculture. Cattle. Knowing people by name, but still being able to enjoy high school sports. McDonalds or Subway can be a nice meal out, and you don't mind driving to another nearby town to get what you need. You might enjoy dancing to a country band, but just as much enjoy sitting on the porch. You're careful on the big highway and call it your own. Welcome to Cornersville.
Cornersville is nestled in the bottom corner of Marshall County, on the line of Giles County. It is one hour from Nashville, and one hour from Huntsville, Alabama, but is as country as it gets.
You're not insulted when called a "hillbilly"... In fact, you may even call yourself one. You don't care for the bustle of a big town, and you could possibly survive in the woods. Still, having a Walmart nearby doesn't hurt. You value family, love the mountains, and love to stay in one place. Newport may be for you.
Newport is a small town in the mountains of East Tennessee, very near to some of Tennessee's greatest hiking, nature trails, and streams. It is also within close driving distance of Gatlinburg!
You either make a lot of money, or simply live though as if you do. Up-scale is everything to you. You rarely descend from your throne to experience life as it really is for most people, and prefer to spend your days shopping and dining in fine restaurants. Your budget for a home, clearly is not small, and you don't settle for anything less than "the best". Go join others like yourself in Brentwood.
Brentwood is Tennessee's wealthiest town. Gated, upscale neighborhoods can be found here.
Basically, you're a snob.
A progressive environment works for you. On the edge of the hustle and bustle, you want a growing community on the outskirts of the big city... A place where you can feel at home but still be near the action. You don't mind the country, and you don't mind the big town. You can put up with traffic to and from work. One of Tennessee's fastest-growing communities... Spring Hill is for you.