Kingston Springs, TN

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Who is Kingston Springs a good fit for?

The quaint and quiet town of Kingston Springs may be the perfect place to retire or raise a family for those looking for a slower pace of life. This lovely small town is close enough to enjoy the amenities of the big city with the kids or grandkids. If you’re looking for a large yard, friendly neighbors, and endless charm, Kingston Spring is an excellent choice. It’s a wonderful fit for those with adult children who live and work in Nashville. Empty-nesters looking forward to retirement may also find this town a great fit for their needs along with professionals that want some refuge from the city after the hustle and bustle of the workday.

Where to eat, hang out and have a good time

When it comes to dining options, there are a handful of tasty choices within the Kingston Springs area.

For a fun family night, many residents recommend Skyking Pizza. If you’re looking for a fun night with friends, family, and a few brews, The Fillin’ Station offers a relaxed atmosphere and unbeatable buffalo wings.

Many Kingston Springs locals love the buffet and naan served at Punjabi Dhaba.

As for nightlife, you’ll want to look toward the Hillwood, The Nations, Sylvan Park, and Charlotte Park areas. With a designated driver, you can also easily escape for the evening to enjoy the excitement of downtown Nashville.

Local Favorites

Skyking Pizza

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Fillin Station

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The Thompsons Kitchen

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El Jardin Mexican Restaurant

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Carl's Perfect Pig BBQ and Grill

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Salt and Pepper Grill

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Pros & Cons of living in Kingston Springs

Pros

  • This area has a wide array of housing types, including many with river views and expansive yards. For people that want a slower way of life or those that enjoy outdoor activities, this town would be an excellent place to settle in or raise a family.
  • The cost of living of Kingston Springs is lower than many other Nashville suburbs and still maintains that small-town charm.
  • Those that enjoy golf will appreciate the Golf Club of Tennessee.

Cons

  • For young professionals, college students, and those that work in the city, a neighborhood closer to downtown or within Davidson County may be a better fit.
  • Those that want to use public transit or live near a city center may find themselves at a loss in Kingston Springs.
  • Not as many restaurant and grocery options as other suburbs around Nashville.

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How to get around in Kingston Springs

While it’s easy to hop on I-40 to get to downtown Nashville, it’s nearly impossible to survive in Kingston Springs without a vehicle. There is also no public transit, and Uber or Lyft would be unreasonably expensive.

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Things to do around Kingston Springs

Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisans Market

Farmers Market

396 Spring St, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

Canoe Music City

Canoe & Kayak rental

1203 US-70, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

Parks and Recreation in Kingston Springs

Overall, Kingston Spring offers a wide array of outdoors activities and exceptional parks. The winding and historic Harpeth River meanders its way through the city offering picturesque views and plenty of opportunities to stop and enjoy the beauty of nature. For some energy release with the kids, try LL Burns Park or drive north to Adventureworks Nashville West. For a long hike, paddle, or another adventure, Harpeth River State Park, Mace Bluff Recreation Area, and Turnbull Creek are right around the corner.

LL Burns Park

Park St, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

The Kingston Springs Parks Department provides residents with access to recreational facilities and cultural opportunities throughout the year. Town staff maintain the 173 acre parks system, which has become known for its quality and is a hallmark of the Kingston Springs area.

Harpeth River State Park

1230 Cedar Hill Rd, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

The Harpeth River State Park is a linear park that manages nine river access sites along 40 river miles. Sites include several natural, archaeological and historic areas. The park is popular for kayaking, canoeing, fishing and hiking. Canoe access areas are located at all sites (excluding archeological areas).

Golf Club of Tennessee

1000 Golf Club Dr, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

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Kingston Springs School Info

Kingston Springs schools are part of the Cheatham County School District and most are highly-ranked in the state. Kingston Spring Elementary School is one of the best in the area. This lovely school offers a low student-to-teacher ratio and has an active PTO.

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Crime in Kingston Springs

In the past year in Kingston Springs there were 41% less assaults, 38% less burglaries, 14% less robberies, 77% less vehicle thefts compared to the national median.

This quiet city is quite safe. Most areas offer a small-town welcoming attitude and come together as a community.

Cost of Living in Kingston Springs

Kingston Springs is moderately priced compared to other Tennessee cities. Yet when compared to nearby suburbs, it’s much more affordable. This small town offers excellent value when you factor in its short drive to Nashville. Additionally, many Kingston Springs schools outperform Davidson County School District schools on standardized state testing.

  • Education costs 17.40% more than the national average.
  • Entertainment costs 13.60% more than the national average.
  • Food costs 7.20% more than the national average.
  • In Kingston Springs utilities costs 2.90% more than the national average.
  • Healthcare costs 3.5% more than the national average.

Overall, Kingston Springs’s cost of living is 10.30% more expensive than the national average.

Job Market of Kingston Springs

6,648 Total Popultation

The median household income in Kingston Springs is $71,965 and the average household income in Kingston Springs is $89,641. 19.69% of the population people works in Healthcare, 12.16% works in Construction, and 11.96% works in Retail.

Real Estate Trends of Kingston Springs

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Average Listing Price
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Average Sales Price
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“Kingston Springs has two things that I really love: Skyking Pizza and The Narrows of the Harpeth”

Kingston Springs has two things that I really love: Skyking Pizza and The Narrows of the Harpeth. Combine both activities into an awesome day trip! The Narrows of the Harpeth is a great place to go hiking, and you can also rent or bring a kayak to paddle the Harpeth River. Sky King Pizza is an amazing pizza oasis. It’s literally in the middle of the nowhere. Why is amazing pizza here? It’s not near any town. It’s also an adorable spot for family dinner or a casual date. I can’t explain why it’s here, but I love Sky King Pizza. Beyond that, Kingston Springs would be a good spot to buy a house because it’s accessible to west Nashville via I40 and it’s affordable. I like west Nashville because there’s a Target and Costco. You also have a good mix of restaurants. Kingston Springs has affordable houses with land, but I don’t know if it has my ideal schools.

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What is life in Kingston Springs like?

When living in Kingston Springs, you can expect beautiful scenery and rolling green hills. The overall rate of crime is low within the town and it is an ideal spot for many to raise a family.

Why are homes in Kingston Springs a good investment?

Purchasing a home in Kingston Springs is a good investment as the housing prices are more affordable than Nashville, and it's not a far commute. The town also has a very low crime rate and highly rated public schools.

How long does it take to commute to Downtown Nashville from Kingston Springs?

Commuting from Kingston Springs to Downtown Nashville by car will take approximately 27 minutes.

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