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Whites Bend is a neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee in the 37209 zip code. The borders of the neighborhood are the Charlotte Pike on the south, the Cumberland River on the east and the north, and Pond Creek Road on the west. This is an upscale community of larger homes on spacious lots with plenty of trees. It is purely residential and also quite rural. Located west of downtown Nashville, nearby Interstate 40 makes commuting easy.

The Cheatham State Wildlife Management Area is a 20,000-acre area that has been set aside to protect the habitat of the wildlife in the area. This is a popular area with hunters, bird watchers, and hikers.

For more than 50 years, Hillwood Country Club has been offering its members a great golfing and entertainment experience. The golf course was originally designed by Dick Wilson and was updated in 2003 by Bruce Hepner. It offers 18 challenging holes of play in a very natural and attractive setting. In addition, the club offers tennis on both grass and clay courts, an aquatic center, fitness center, and exceptional dining.

Tennessee State Technical Center is located a few miles away from Whites Bend. This school offers a variety of options for students who are looking for a career, but not a college education. They offer courses in a variety of subjects, including Cosmetology and Phlebotomy. Most courses require a high school diploma or GED, but not all of them do; there is also financial aid available. 

Nashville State Community College is located in the same area as the Tennesse State Technical Center. It is a two-year college that offers a variety of degrees in both the arts and science, as well as certificate programs. Continuing education courses are available, and credits are transferable to a four-year college.


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