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Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Murfreesboro, Tennessee is a forward-thinking city that also remembers its past. City leaders are working with residents and business owners to create a plan for the next 20 years that encompasses city growth, if land will be used for neighborhoods, parks, or businesses, and how they can preserve their history.

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Murfreesboro, Tennessee is a forward-thinking city that also remembers its past. City leaders are working with residents and business owners to create a plan for the next 20 years that encompasses city growth, if land will be used for neighborhoods, parks, or businesses, and how they can preserve their history.

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Founded in 1811, Murfreesboro was originally named Cannonsburgh. The name was changed in 1817 to honor Colonel Hardy Murfree at the request of Captain William Lytle, who owned the land. Originally a farming town, then later known for its three colleges and other schools, it is still home to Middle Tennessee State University, which serves over 23,000 students.

Murfreesboro, Tennessee is the fastest growing city in the state and has seen its population grow from 44,922 in 1990 to over 100,000 today. This growth is due to the many benefits the city has to offer. If you enjoy the outdoors, you’ll love discovering the different parks and greenways, including Old Fort Park, McKnight Park, Barfield Crescent Park, Boro Beach aquatic center and Bark Park, designed with your furry friends in mind. The Parks and Recreation Department sponsor many events throughout the year like campfires and hayrides in the fall, summer concerts, fireworks, and outdoor movies, and Easter egg hunts in the spring.

Murfreesboro also offers indoor attractions. The Discovery Center and Middle Tennessee Museum of Natural History give kids and adults a chance to play and learn. Make shadows, live in a tiny town, create your own are, and visit with live reptiles and fish at the Discovery Center. Learn about Earth’s inhabitants from the past through fossils and archeological items and see real gems and minerals at the Museum of Natural History. If making an escape is more your speed, the city has three different escape room opportunities – 60 Minute Escape Game Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro Escape Rooms, and Locked: Murfreesboro Escape Game.

Murfreesboro City Schools and Rutherford County Schools provide education for children in grades K-12 who live in zip codes 37127, 37128, 37129, 37130, 37132, 37153, and 37167. For those who wish to continue their education locally, there is Middle Tennessee State University, Motlow State Community College, and the Tennessee Technology Center.

The cost of living in Murfreesboro is below the national average, making living here affordable. The median house value for the area is between $150,000 to $175,000 and the average income level for the majority of the city is $55,000 to $65,000. And even with the extensive growth Murfreesboro has experienced in the last 25 years, the population density remains low compared to the rest of the U.S.

One of many the businesses proud to serve Murfreesboro, Tennessee is Blind & Shutter Gallery. Located in Nashville, about 35 minutes northwest of Murfreesboro, our gallery offers residents an opportunity to view the full line of Hunter Douglas window treatments, including horizontal blinds, vertical blinds, shutters, woven wood shades, Roman shades, roller shades, and sheers. Our knowledgeable staff can help you find the perfect window coverings for your home, whether you visit our gallery or they come to you for an in-home consultation.

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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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