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The Sharp Group is a residential neighborhood of Nashville. Although Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and is known as “Music City,” it is also a big city with an attractive cost-of-living profile and room for future growth. The Sharp Group is part of this growth. It is part of Nashville’s southeastern suburbs and is an easy commute into the city.

Beyond the tourism and music of Nashville are colleges and universities, professional and minor league teams and a solid economic base of government agencies, banking, finance, insurance and thriving automotive industries.

The Sharp Group is minutes away from the attractions and tourist destinations of Nashville. Residents have access to the parks, lakes and outdoor opportunities of Davidson County.

Must-see historic places in Nashville include the Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry and the Hermitage. The Ryman’s history began in 1892 as a church with an auditorium. The auditorium later became a theater and hosted famous entertainers including Katharine Hepburn, Orson Welles and Mae West. The 2,300-seat hall of church pews features year-round concerts. A permanent exhibit of memorabilia is on display throughout the auditorium.

The Grand Ole Opry began in 1925 as the longest-running radio show to date. Visitors can tour the Grand Ole Opry House and its 4,400-seat venue. The performances range from legendary honky-tonk to gospel artists. Today, Grand Ole Opry members including Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley and Loretta Lynn return to perform here. The Grand Ole Opry Museum contains the memorabilia of country music legends.

The Hermitage, home of 7th United States president, Andrew Jackson and his wife, Rachel, is a 1,120-acre plantation with a mansion, historic buildings, English garden, museum, and gift shop. Costume guides give visitors a glimpse of plantation life. Jackson and his wife are buried in the English garden.


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