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Thompson's Station, Tennessee

Thompson’s Station, Tennessee, zip code 37179, is located just 25 miles south of Nashville. This city, with a population of 2,688, is immersed in rich American history. The small town, relaxed feel of Thompson’s Station is a great reprieve from the hustle and bustle of downtown Nashville, but still close enough to the city to soak up all the benefits that Music City can offer.

Thompson's Station, Tennessee

Thompson’s Station, Tennessee, zip code 37179, is located just 25 miles south of Nashville. This city, with a population of 2,688, is immersed in rich American history. The small town, relaxed feel of Thompson’s Station is a great reprieve from the hustle and bustle of downtown Nashville, but still close enough to the city to soak up all the benefits that Music City can offer.

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Schools

Thompson’s Station, which is included in the Williamson County School District, has six different schools for its residents to attend. For children in grades Pre-K through 5th, Thompson Station has three elementary schools; Bethesda Elementary, Heritage Elementary, and Oak View Elementary. For children in grades 6th through 8th, Heritage Middle School is available. And for grades 9th-12th, Independence High School and Summit High school are both great options.

Things to Do

Thompson’s Station is dedicated to delivering an environment that encourages healthy lifestyles for all its citizens. Thompson’s Station has acquired more park land than many other small towns of similar size to encourage an active life. Thompson’s Station Park, which features miles of jogging paths, installed workout equipment, walking trails, playing fields, and two pavilions for events, is a great, well maintained, place for families to enjoy. Nutro Dog Park sits on four acres of space and has two large areas for dogs. This dog park is big enough to exhaust even the most active of dogs and is well maintained to provide an environment that will keep your animals and family happy when you visit. The Community Gardens are owned by the town and managed by the Thompson’s Station Community Association and is a place where you can go and grow the plants and vegetation you like. To encourage healthy and environmentally friendly eating habits, these gardens are well kept and maintained by the Town Maintenance Department for a wonderful growing experience.

Business

Thompson’s Station is host to many unique and locally owned businesses and restaurants. Some restaurants that are popular among locals are Circa, a new American restaurant, and Homestead Manor, for a taste of southern farm-to-fork dining. In addition to restaurants, Thompson’s Station is also home to many businesses. From big name brands like Kroger to smaller boutiques like Piper Skye Boutique, Nailed It, and Jim’s Woodcrafts, the town is a diverse area for economic activity.

At Blind & Shutter Gallery, we are proud to be a part of the Thompson’s Station community. Featuring a full Hunter Douglas gallery and showroom, our experts can walk you through all the available products for your home and answer any questions you may have. Featuring the latest in Hunter Douglas products and technology, like blinds, shades, and plantation shutters, as well as advanced operation systems that integrate with home automation systems, like the PowerView® Motorization system, the Blind & Shutter Gallery can help you update your home.

If you are interested in blinds and shutters in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee, contact or stop by Blind & Shutter Gallery today so we can help you with any questions you may have.

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We are a local window fashions dealer specializing in Hunter Douglas custom window treatments, including horizontal blinds, vertical blinds, roman shades, roller shades, sheer shadings, honeycomb cellular shades, woven woods, plantation shutters, and motorized blinds and shades. Our showroom is located in Nashville, Tennessee, and also proudly serve the greater Nashville, TN area including Murfeesboro, Franklin, Nolensville, Brentwood, Fairview and Thompson's Station.
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