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Monday, 29 July 2013
Brentwood, Tennessee's Outdoor Spaces Offer Extra Appeal
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One of the many charms of settling into suburban life is the ability to own property away from the concrete and skyscrapers of the metro streets. The developers of Brentwood, Tenn., have always made it a priority to keep green space between the residential and commercial areas of the city, with more than 75 acres currently preserved for that purpose.

The one-acre home lots have always been alluring to those looking for the perfect property, and the added parks, trails, and green spaces have made Brentwood the ideal place to settle, offering plenty of places to play, exercise, picnic, and explore.

This link provides a listing of each park in the Brentwood area with all of the available amenities. The largest park is Crockett Park, which encompasses more than 160 acres. Visitors will find paved paths, nature trails, sports fields, a playground, pavilions, the Eddy Arnold amphitheater, and the historic Cool Springs House, which is available to rent for gatherings. 

Brentwood’s extensive trail system connects to several neighborhoods and the local YMCA, giving bikers, walkers, and runners a spectacular view of the local scenery. Without the worry of traffic, families can linger on the trails and enjoy the outdoors. A map of the trails can be found here.

These beautiful outdoor spaces add more value to Brentwood, Tennessee’s friendly neighborhoods and award-winning schools. Go explore all that Brentwood has to offer today!

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Posted on 07/29/2013 12:34 AM by Jarod
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