A great place to LIVE and enjoy life.
Whether new to the area or a lifelong resident of this quaint town, residents love to LIVE in White Bluff for many reasons. The town’s educational offerings include an award-winning elementary school, a middle school renowned for its math performance and a new, state-of-the-art high school, and is within minutes of post-secondary courses from Nashville State Community College and Austin Peay State University, as well as the nationally known Renaissance Center and the Tennessee Technology Center, both in neighboring Dickson. White Bluff is also home to the Jennie Woodworth Library where families can share an afternoon together in the midst of hundreds of tales, both new and old.
Whether looking for a single family home on a large secluded lot or a well-maintained apartment, safe and affordable housing offerings are vast within the area. White Bluff residents enjoy lower property taxes than many area towns, and Town and County services are conveniently available at the local town hall. Residents feel at ease in the community because of the dedicated public safety officials who protect the town.