Sumner Co./Gallatin is served by U.S. Highway 31 and State Highways 25 and 109. All major Interstates(including I-40, I-65 and I-840) are conveniently accessible, all less then 20 miles from Gallatin. Interstate 24 is also convenient, via Highway 840. Very soon, a connector between I-65 (North of Portland) and I-40 (East of Gallatin) will be completed, creating a major thoroughfare that bypasses Nashville and runs through central Gallatin.
From outdoors enthusiasts to antique collectors to history buffs, Gallatin offers something for almost any interest. The city's natural landscape and fascinating history attract people looking for homes for sale and visitors from all over the world. As the county seat of Sumner County, it is the hub of government and business. Currently, Gallatin's population is approaching 30,000; Sumner County's population is approximately 155,500.
Old Hickory Lake is one of Gallatin's best attractions, offering outstanding fishing and watersport opportunities. Public access is available at many locations around Gallatin. An outstanding parks system, a growing greenway, and access to moutain bike trails, a skate park and more makes it an attractive place to those who love the outdoors and are looking for homes for sale in Gallatin, TN.