Trenton

Trenton, TN Homes for Sale

Completely renovated Ranch * Enjoy your sunny and bright kitchen with new cabinets and new refrigerator and stove. *New plumbing * New Electrical * New HVAC * New water heater * New 16x12 deck * New Roof * New Windows.* Walking distance to elementary school.

231 E 8th Street, E

Trenton, TN 38382

$149,700Save $2,246

3 Beds

2 Baths

1,500 sqft

About Trenton, Tennessee

How's the job market in Trenton?

The median household income in Trenton is $38,684 and the average household income in Trenton is $48,492. Trenton’s population is 9,810 of which 19.73% of people work in Healthcare, 19.04% of people work in Manufacturing, and 9.24% of people work in Retail. Furthermore, of the residents in Trenton, 41.74% hold a Highschool diploma, 9.89% hold a Bachelor's degree, and 2.93% hold a Graduate degree.

How are the schools in Trenton?

Trenton Elementary Schools

  • B+
    Spring Hill Elementary School
    School District

    Gibson County Special Dist

    Rating

    B+

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    138

    # of Teachers

    10

    Student Teacher Ratio

    14:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $6,182

  • C+
    Trenton Elementary School
    School District

    Trenton

    Rating

    C+

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    602

    # of Teachers

    39

    Student Teacher Ratio

    15:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,783

Trenton Middle Schools

  • C
    Trenton Middle School
    School District

    Trenton

    Rating

    C

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    416

    # of Teachers

    22

    Student Teacher Ratio

    19:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,783

Trenton High Schools

  • B
    Gibson County High School
    School District

    Gibson County Special Dist

    Rating

    B

    Advanced Placement

    # of Students

    450

    # of Teachers

    34

    Student Teacher Ratio

    13:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $6,182

  • C
    Peabody High School
    School District

    Trenton

    Rating

    C

    Advanced Placement

    # of Students

    415

    # of Teachers

    32

    Student Teacher Ratio

    13:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,783

How's the cost of living in Trenton?

Overall, Trenton’s cost of living is 6.5% less expensive than the national average. This is broken down further by the following cost of living factors:

  • In Trenton education costs 12.60% less than the national average.
  • In Trenton entertainment costs 9.20% less than the national average.
  • In Trenton food costs 4.80% less than the national average.
  • In Trenton utilities costs 0.60% more than the national average.
  • In Trenton healthcare costs 4.70% less than the national average.

Is there a lot of crime in Trenton?

In the past year in Trenton there were 61% more assaults, 27% more burglaries, 30% more robberies, 48% more vehicle thefts compared to the national median.

Trenton estate listings & homes for sale trends

There are currently 1 active listings in Trenton. Sold homes in Trenton took an average of days to sell. The average listing price in Trenton is and the average sales price is resulting in a sales-to-list ratio of . At Felix Homes, our new listings in Trenton are updated every 2 minutes so you can see new homes in Trenton as soon as they come on the market.

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