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It’s not just celebrities who are putting down roots here (though we’ve got plenty). Our new neighbors are digital entrepreneurs from Los Angeles, touring musicians from Nashville, small business dreamers from Indianapolis, curious families from Chicago, financial traders from Boston, and corporate employees from all over the U.S. feeling the freedom of remote work and a pull back to the land. Here’s why they’re landing in Nashville’s Big Back Yard:

One Giant Photo Opp

The Natchez Trace Parkway itself is a National Scenic Trail, once part of the 500-mile footpath connecting Mississippi to Tennessee. Today, it’s a gorgeous two-lane drive known for hiking trails, picnic stops, and uninterrupted views—not a billboard in sight.

The Right Economy

With no state income tax (TN), low national interest rates, and extremely affordable property, the Nashville's Big Back Yard communities are an especially smart buy right now.

Modern Convenience 

Broadband internet service is rapidly expanding into these 12 communities. Online shopping, streaming services, and remote work now fill the access gaps that once kept people tethered to cities. Life in Nashville's Big Back Yard gives you the unique opportunity to be a part of local, small-town commerce without sacrificing the services and conveniences you rely on.