Homes for rent near Nashville, Tennessee, have for years served residents who are commuting to the city, or simply making a living in one of the Volunteer State's many charming towns. Nashville, the state's capital, offers a strong dose of southern culture through its barbecue joints, top-tier music scene, traditional events and university life.
Still, many people have opted to settle in the comfortable shadows of the city, in one of the small suburbs. The stark difference between the city and country occurs rapidly as one exits the city toward homes in Antioch, Tennessee. But those who reside here area able to keep the city's attractions close at hand while enjoying a unique brand of local culture.
One major attraction near Antioch rentals is the Hickory Hollow Mall, which has supported the area since the 1980s but has undergone several renovations. One remodeling project brought in the Tilt Amusement Park, a major thrill to many families who rent in Antioch, Tennessee. The mall also gives renters of Antioch apartments a main commercial center that includes Sears, Macy's, Publix Supermarket and Wal-Mart.
The town was first established in 1810, named after the Antioch First Baptist Church. Just 50 years ago, the community was still a small, rural stretch along the Cumberland River's tributary, Mill Creek, that provided farmers with an ideal center for agriculture. However, in recent decades, Antioch homes began to spring up like rows of corn, and the area still sees some of the highest growth rates in the county.
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