The U.S. Census Bureau recently ranked Williamson County in the top 10 counties in the country for this. Seventh in the nation for income is a pretty big deal. Combine that with top school scores, low crime rates and overall quality of life satisfaction, it’s no wonder that Williamson County is also one of the most expensive zip codes in and around Nashville. Here’s a look at what that means, and where the other wealthiest zip codes are around Nashville.
Williamson County has been steadily growing for years. Once a quieter suburb outside of Nashville, it’s now become its own thriving community. Many people still commute into Nashville for work while taking advantage of the incredible schools and family friendly atmosphere found in Franklin, Brentwood, and Nolensville. These areas show no signs of slowing either, with more neighborhoods, schools and roadways in the works. Businesses have also found homes in the Cool Springs area, many relocating from Nashville.
As a larger county, Davidson County has far greater diversity than Williamson County. Still, the overall median household income for the county is $48,368 and average home value is $169,600 (source). With certain neighborhoods and areas becoming increasingly popular this data is ever-changing. For now those listed below are the most expensive zip codes in Nashville.
Avg. Household Income: $154,097
Avg. Disposable Income: $111,430
Avg. Net Worth: $1,866,932
Avg. Home Value: $530,638