Springfield is a beautiful and historic community located in scenic Robertson County, Tennessee.
As of 2011, Springfield’s population is 17,978 people. Since 2000, the city’s has had a population growth of 25.49%. Springfield’s cost of living is 11.50% lower than the U.S. average.
The first General Assembly of Tennessee authorized a county seat for Robertson County by the name of Springfield in 1796, but it was not until 1798 that the town was established.
Attractions in Springfield include: Robertson County History Museum, Sonny’s Amusement CO, Gorham-MacBane Public Library and Springfield Chamber of Commerce.
Springfield is about 30 miles from the City of Nashville and about a 37 minute commute.
Springfield, TN Climate
Springfield gets 49 inches of rain per year and 9 inches of Snowfall. Number of days with any measurable precipitation is 115. On average, there are 205 sunny days per year in Springfield. July highs are around 89 degrees January lows are around 25 degrees.
Springfield, TN People
There are 1,423 people per square mile (population density). The median age is 34.7. 41.20% of people are married and 12.78% are divorced. The average household size in Springfield is 2.57 people. 36.98% of people are married with children and 60.93% have children and single.
Springfield, TN Real Estate and Housing Statistics
If you’re in the market to buy real estate in Springfield, TN or thinking about relocating to Springfield, TN, you’ll find that Springfield is a very affordable community with a variety of housing choices.
Whether you’re looking for Springfield luxury and estate homes, Springfield single-family homes, Springfield condominiums, Springfield town homes or short sales in Springfield, we can help you find exactly what you’re looking for!
The median home value in Springfield is $122,900 and home appreciation is -1.67% over the last year. The median age of Springfield real estate is 29 years. Renters make up 39.25% of Springfield’s population and 6.94% of houses and apartments in Springfield are unoccupied.
Springfield, TN Economy and Employment
The leading industries in Springfield are manufacturing, educational, health, social services and retail trade. Springfield job listings indicate that the following industries are hiring the most workers: special freight trucking, trucking, food service contractors, catering services and mail order retailing.
The most popular companies with Springfield jobs are: HCA, Toys “R” U, Dollar General, Air Force and Healthspring.
The unemployment rate in Springfield is 8.50%, with job growth at 2.34%. Future job growth over the next ten years is expected to be around 36.18%. Springfield’s income per capita is $20,368, which includes all adults and children. The median household income in Springfield is $39,380.
Springfield, TN Public Schools and Education
Springfield Schools are served by Robertson County Schools and spend $4,270 per student. There are 17 students per teacher, 676 students per librarian, and 555 students per counselor.
Public schools in Springfield include:
- Coopertown Elementary
- Springfield Middle School
- Westside Elementary
- Cheatham Park Elementary
- Krisle Elementary
- Coopertown Middle School
- Bransford Elementary
- Springfield High School
Colleges/Universities nearest to Springfield, TN
- Nashville Auto Diesel College Inc (about 23 miles; Nashville, TN)
- Tennessee State University (about 24 miles; Nashville, TN)
- Volunteer State Community College (about 24 miles; Gallatin, TN)
- Vanderbilt University (about 25 miles; Nashville, TN)
- Nashville State Community College (about 26 miles; Nashville, TN)
- Trevecca Nazarene University (about 26 miles; Nashville, TN)
- Belmont University (about 26 miles; Nashville, TN)
Springfield, TN Educational Statistics
- 2 yr College Grad. 4.22%
- 4 yr College Grad. 7.46%
- Graduate Degrees 4.79%
- High School Grads. 72.10%
Hospitals/Medical Centers in or nearest to Springfield, TN
Hospitals/Medical Centers include:
- Northcrest Medical Center
- Centennial Medical Center of Ashland County
- Henderson Medical Center
- Skyline Medical Center
Springfield, TN Parks
- Springfield Greenway
- American Legion and Travis Price Park
- American Legion Field
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Park
- J. Travis Price Park
Springfield, TN Transportation
Springfield Robertson County Airport is located approximately one-half mile west of the intersection of Highway 41 North and Airport Road, north of the Springfield city limits. The average one-way commute in Springfield takes 26 minutes. 76% of commuters drive their own car alone and 16% carpool with others.
Springfield, TN Real Estate – Springfield, TN Short Sales, Foreclosures, Short Sale Help and Foreclosure Assistance
If you’re in the market to buy real estate in Springfield Tennessee, you will find a variety of residential options to choose from to fit your lifestyle, budget and needs. If you’re thinking about selling your Springfield Tennessee home, investment property or other real estate, allow me to help make the transaction a smooth and pleasant experience.
I help people buy and sell real estate in Springfield Tennessee and specialize in Springfield Tennessee short sales, foreclosures, short sale help and foreclosure assistance (stop mortgage foreclosure).
Whether you are buying or selling real estate in Springfield or Middle Tennessee , my goal is to provide expert advice and exceptionally responsive customer service utilizing the best business practices, technology and systems available. Call or send me an email so we can discuss how I can best serve your Springfield TN real estate needs!
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