Old Hickory, TN Homes for Sale

Old Hickory, a neighborhood in the Nashville metro area is a lakeside suburb that was once a planned company town for the DuPont plant that still operates on a limited basis. Named after President Andrew Jackson whose nickname was “Old Hickory”, this neighborhood is sandwiched between the Cumberland River and Old Hickory Lake. A 20-minute drive to Downtown Nashville is convenient but many Old Hickory residents don’t find themselves making the commute that often thanks to the numerous restaurants and entertainment options in neighboring Hermitage and Madison. While its housing situation is no longer an extension of the corporate hierarchy, the neighborhood’s stratified heritage does promote a unique living situation.

About Old Hickory, Tennessee

How's the Old Hickory real estate market?

On one hand, the lakeshore offers some of the closest big-water housing to downtown Nashville, with sprawling houses and generous lots that often command well over a million dollars. On the other hand, just off the lake is a meticulously constructed grid of company homes designed for maximum efficiency. It’s an intriguing juxtaposition that allows contrasting lifestyles to flourish within a confined suburban space. Of course, most of the houses aren’t mansions along the lake, but homes crowding within the old company grid. Small lots and quaint, bungalow-style architecture are trademarks of these properties, many of which have recently undergone dramatic renovations to reclaim them for today’s buyer. These renovations include modern luxuries such as an open concept floorplan, hardwood flooring, granite countertops, and stainless appliances. If you’re not interested in reprising the company life nestled in these cozy neighborhoods, however, new construction is adding wrinkles to the home supply. Especially north of the original city, townhome complexes like the Robinson Rowhouses, along with modern subdivisions, are adding updated housing alternatives. This expanded selection has helped turn Old Hickory into a hub for aspiring Nashville homeowners. And while the market for renters is still in its nascent stages, asking prices are low enough for most to take the plunge into homeownership. To get an accurate home valuation estimate, use our Old Hickory home value calculator.

Why are homes in Old Hickory a good investment?

Thanks to the influx of recently updated older homes, the nearby waterfront, and the close proximity to downtown Nashville, Old Hickory has enjoyed modest but consistent gains in home values. One perk if you’re a buyer is that the predominantly small houses limit the ultimate sale price. Even though the neighborhood’s price per square foot of $196 is comparable to that of a place like Franklin, the average sale price of roughly $300,000 keeps the neighborhood accessible to less ritzy populations.

What are things to do in Old Hickory?

A 10 minute drive down Old Hickory Boulevard will bring you directly to the former home and current museum of President Andrew Jackson. Along the way, you’ll pass Old Hickory Country Club, across the street from Dupont-Hadley Middle School as you drive along the shoreline of Old Hickory Lake. Tailwater Access Area, a park situated where the Cumberland River opens into Old Hickory Lake is a favorite among locals for its walking trails and wildlife. Old Hickory Beach is a great place to relax during the summer with its sand-lined shores, boat ramp, and picnic areas equipped with charcoal grills. Across the Cumberland River from Old Hickory is Yazoo Brewing Company, a quickly growing micro-brewery based in neighboring Madison, Tennessee.

How's the job market in Old Hickory?

The median household income in Old Hickory is $70,929 and the average household income in Old Hickory is $85,662. Old Hickory’s population is 24,403 of which 16.07% of people work in Healthcare, 9.57% of people work in Retail, and 8.91% of people work in Manufacturing. Furthermore, of the residents in Old Hickory, 26.63% hold a Highschool diploma, 19.51% hold a Bachelor's degree, and 8.43% hold a Graduate degree.

How's the cost of living in Old Hickory?

Overall, Old Hickory’s cost of living is 10.90% more expensive than the national average. This is broken down further by the following cost of living factors:

  • In Old Hickory education costs 16.20% more than the national average.
  • In Old Hickory entertainment costs 11.60% more than the national average.
  • In Old Hickory food costs 8.5% more than the national average.
  • In Old Hickory utilities costs 6% more than the national average.
  • In Old Hickory healthcare costs 3% more than the national average.

Is there a lot of crime in Old Hickory?

In the past year in Old Hickory there were 0% more assaults, 10% less burglaries, 3% less robberies, 7% less vehicle thefts compared to the national median.

Who is the most active real estate agent in Old Hickory?

There are currently 129 real estate agents who serve the Old Hickory market. The most active real estate agent in Old Hickory by number of sold listings is Clayton Haury with 19 sold listings in the past 12 months. To see a list of the top realtors in Old Hickory, use our real estate agent rankings tool.

Old Hickory estate listings & homes for sale trends

There are currently 37 active listings in Old Hickory. Sold homes in Old Hickory took an average of 94 days to sell. The average listing price in Old Hickory is $298,968 and the average sales price is $295,817 resulting in a sales-to-list ratio of 98.95%. At Felix Homes, our new listings in Old Hickory are updated every 2 minutes so you can see new homes in Old Hickory as soon as they come on the market.

Nearby cities to Old Hickory

Nearby zip codes to Old Hickory

What are popular subdivisions in Old Hickory

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill Village

Berryville

Brandywine Farms

Brandywine Place

Brandywine Pointe

Cleveland Hall

Cumberland Terrace

Dabbs & Elliott

Green Acres Hermitage

Green Harbor

Green Hill Meadows

Hadley Bend City

Hampton Park

Harbor View

Hermitage Harbor

Hermitage Spring Estates

Hermitage Springs Townhomes

Hickory Hills

Highland Estates

Homes at Center Main

Hunters Crossing

Jacksons Landing Estates

King Court

Lakewood

Langford Cove

Langford Farms

Laurel Hill Courtyard Home

Merritt Downs

Old Hickory Town Homes

Plantation Walk

Rayon City

Robinson Rowhouses

Rolling Green

Sherwood Forest

Shiloh Park

Southfork

Springmont

Stone Hedge

Townhomes Of Hickory Hills

Twin Lakes Cove

Village Green

Village Of Old Hickory

Waterford

Woodlake

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