Franklin, TN

Downtown Franklin, TN

Franklin is home to a lot of our family, and a great place to live and raise a family.

All it takes is a visit to downtown Franklin to realize why us locals call it America’s Favorite Main Street District!

Franklin, TN is a unique and wonderful city including a beautiful 15 block historic district in its downtown area offering true southern hospitality. Visitors can discover amazing landscaping, Victorian architecture, renovated historic buildings, all surrounded by restaurants, art galleries, clothing stores, coffee shops, and more. There are lots of fun things to do in Franklin. Nestled against Brentwood, Franklin sits about 22 miles south of Nashville, and a short distance from the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Fall in Franklin turns beautiful! We love life in Franklin, and love being Franklin, TN contractors. Known as one of Tennessee’s best autumn towns, Franklin has lots to do for families and single life alike. From summer music events to great places to eat, you can find good things to do in this Williamson County gem! Started in 1799, Franklin has grown in its 200 year history from agriculture in its infancy, to a blend of commercial, residential, and even corporate inhabitants.

 Franklin is known to have some of the best schools in Tennessee, making it a desirable place for families to live. People love to move to Franklin for its quality of life and Williamson County Schools. Franklin has also been know to have award winning parks!

Some Cool Things About Franklin, TN

Franklins Main Street

The Main Street in Franklin is a hot place to visit. In 2016 alone, Franklin had over 1.43 million visitors. It was designated a Great American Main Street by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. If you go visit the Main Street in downtown Franklin go visit their visitor center.


Franklin Theater Opened in 1938.

This amazing old theater was opened as the first building with air conditioning in town, and has become one of the most treasured venues in the nation. The venue only has 322 seats, but has hosted artists such as Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill, and many others.


The Natchez Trace Double Arched Bridge

This iconic bridge is an amazing feat of engineering, and received the Presidential Award for Design Excellence in 1995.


Where Did It Come From?

Franklin, Tennessees name actually came from the great Ben Franklin! It was founded in 1799 by Abram Maury who initially wanted to name it after his wife. She convinced him to instead name it after one of America’s founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin.


High Level of Income

Franklin, TN is well above the national average income of around $70k, and sits around a median houshold income of $98k. It doesn’t take long driving around Franklin to see that it has high end feel.


This one isn’t cool, but notable that One of the Bloodiest Battles in the Civil War took place in Franklin.

Franklin is home to the Battle of Franklin, Carnton, the Carter House which brings thousands of tourists to Franklin each year.