Homes for Sale in Dover, TN

Dover is a city in Stewart County, TN. 67 miles west-northwest of Nashville on the Cumberland River. An old national cemetery is in Dover. The population was 1,442 at the 2000 census and the 2010 census showed a population of 1,417.

THINGS TO DO IN DOVER                                                                                       
Fort Donelson, the site of a major Union victory in the Civil War, is located west of downtown Dover and located inside Dort Donelson National Battlefield Park.

Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refugee, a 8,862 acres (35.86 km2) habitat for waterfowl and aquatic plant life, is located on the Cumberland River east of Dover.

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area is located 6 miles (9.7 km) from downtown.

Homes for Sale in Dover, TN

Unless you are from in or around Dover, it is quite possible you are not familiar with this quaint little Tennessee town. Which is exactly one of the main reasons this town has so much charm to it!

This small, rural town offers a lot of appeal for home buyers who prefer to live outside of larger cities. Since Dover is roughly a 30-40 drive from Clarksville and under an hour from Fort Campbell, it’s also a popular option for many military families. 

Home Listing Prices

The average home listing price in Dover is $170,000, but as with most communities there is also a wide range of properties available. Dover has many properties that are under $100,000. If you’d like to see what’s currently listed, call us today! 


While Dover is approximately an hour and a half drive away from Nashville, Music City’s real estate boom seems to be spilling over here too. Property values continue to climb and the population continues to expand, slowly of course.  

Residents of Dover can enjoy the plentiful parks and wildlife here, as well as the banks of multiple lakes. From hiking to fishing to boating and horseback riding, Dover has opportunities for those seeking refuge from the bigger cities nearby. This makes it attractive to young professionals, retirees and families. In fact, the city was even written up in The New York Times for its natural beauty. 


Dover has neighborhood options that will appeal to families and individuals alike. There are also many homes that offer lakefront views and plenty of privacy. 


School aged kids in Dover are zoned for Stewart County School System. If you would like more information about the schools and zoning, contact one of our real estate agents.


Because of its size, many homeowners in Dover work in surrounding areas such as Clarksville, Fort Campbell or even Nashville. The average commute time for Clarksville is just over 30 minutes, while Fort Campbell is approximately 45 minutes, and Nashville is about an hour and a half. 

If you’d like to know more about Dover, Tennessee and the real estate options here or any of its surrounding areas, contact us today. We don’t just work in Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky; we live here and we love sharing our personal insights with our clients so they can find the community and dream home that fits their needs!