Homes for Sale in Adams, TN
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Adams is the site of an infamous haunting, the Bell Witch. The first manifestations of the Bell Witch haunting supposedly occurred in 1817 through 1820 on a farm owned by John Bell. A memorial to the Bell family can be found at Bellwood Cemetery. The city’s municipal offices are now located in the former Bell School, which was built in 1920 and named for a descendant of John Bell. A log cabin built by John Bell around 1810 has been relocated to a plot across from the Bell School.
Homes for Sale in Adams, TN
Adams is a tiny city in the Northern part of Middle Tennessee, right at the border of Southern Kentucky. This quaint little area has a population of less than 900 people and residents enjoy the peace and quiet of being away from it all.
With both Fort Campbell and Clarksville less than an hour away, many people also enjoy living in Adams while working elsewhere. This gives them the opportunity to experience both the amenities of a larger city and the chance to unwind on the commute home.
Home Listing Prices
While quiet town in Tennessee may conjure up images of farmland and horse stables, Adams is actually very suburban. Most homes are 3-4 bedroom and have garage parking and small yards. With an increase in new construction, those looking for brand new everything have quite a few options available too. Of course, there are a few homes for sale with larger lots or more land for those who want even more privacy.
Home prices are lower than other areas of Tennessee and Kentucky, but it’s unclear how long that will last. As more and more people look for affordable housing options within the Clarksville area, we think Adams will grow quickly. Let us know your price range and priorities in a new home, and we can provide several listings for you – sometimes ones that haven’t even hit the market yet.
Like many of the areas surrounding Clarksville and Fort Campbell, Adams is very military friendly. Both singles and families relocate to the area and many fall in love with the community and lifestyle and decide to stay. There is a fairly even mix of households with and without kids, and the housing options to accommodate different needs.
Homes in Adams are part of the Robertson County School system.
From Adams residents can commute to Fort Campbell in approximately 45 minutes, Clarskville in under 35, and Nashville in about an hour.
Adams is very appealing to homebuyers with its suburban lifestyle, military friendly atmosphere and family friendly community. Plus, the lower cost of living means many homebuyers find their dream home in Adams for less than surrounding areas.
The Elite at Quirion Realty is happy to talk with you about schools, neighborhoods, or real estate needs in and around Clarksville. We don’t just work here, we live here and that makes us uniquely informed about many of the communities. We love sharing this information with our clients in order to help them find the perfect fit in a home.
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