Rutherford County offers a superior quality of life that combines the benefits of small-town living with the amenities of a major metropolitan area.
People are drawn here for the moderate climate, diverse cultural and entertainment offerings, top-quality healthcare and housing at both entry and executive level pricing. While the cost of living is very low, the quality of life is one of the highest.
Rutherford County is one of the fastest growing counties in Tennessee and has experienced an economic boom that shows no sign of stopping.
Formerly home to the state capitol (Murfreesboro, from 1819 to 1826), the settlement of Rutherford County dates back to the end of the Revolutionary War. Also the site of a major Civil War Battle of Stones River, the county has a rich history and strong legacy.