Murfreesboro/Smryna (Rutherford County)

Located 30 miles Southeast of Nashville, Rutherford County offers a wide range of activities from concerts, plays, MTSU Blue Raiders and special events.  From the quality of life to the hot housing market, Rutherford County is one of the fastest growing counties in Tennessee.  Rutherford county is home to many companies like Nissan North America, General Mills, State Farm and Bridgestone-Firestone.  Rutherford county offers a small time life with the amenities of big city living.


The average cost of a 2400 square foot home in Murfreesboro is $264,900.00 which is below the national average.  Murfreesboro offers single family homes along with townhomes and farm houses.  New construction homes have boomed in the recent years due to the growth of the city.  For more information on new construction homes for sale click here

Parks and Recreation

The award winning Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation department offers services targeting athletics, aquatics, cultural arts, fitness and outdoor recreation.  Sports*Com park offers aerobics area, exercise studio, 25 yard indoor pool, 50 meter outdoor pool with zero-depth entry, three slides and toddler play area.  Patterson Park Community Center offers a 305 seat theater showing movies and special events, indoor pool with interactive play area, game room, arts/crafts room and two racquetball courts.  For more information on Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation, you can visit

Stones-River-Mall-by-Bob-SchatzShopping, Dining and Entertainment

With over 300 restaurants in Rutherford County, you should have no troubles finding a restaurant to suit your taste buds.  Choose from upscale dining to casual outdoor eateries.  You can enjoy shopping and dining at The Avenue Murfreesboro, or walk around Stones River Mall with over 60 retailers.  Unique boutiques and specialty shops line Downtown Murfreesboro along with local dining options and cigar bar.   Rutherford county offers all kinds of attractions to fit your needs.  Take in a show at the Center for the Arts, or visit one of the many local farms to watch horses, pick strawberries and pumpkins, or just take in the views of the local farms.