The city of Hermitage is divided into three distinct neighborhoods: Town Center, Lebanon Pike, and Old Hickory Boulevard. Town Center is an upper-middle class area that holds the distinction of having the most people with Scottish and Scots-Irish roots per capita of any city in the United States. Old Hickory Boulevard is the geographically largest neighborhood in Hermitage, bordered to the south by the J. Percy Priest Reservoir, allowing easy access to beaches, camping, and public access areas.
The majority of homes in the city of Hermitage are single-family residences, but there are also multi-family structures and high-rise apartment facilities. Architectural styles in this historically significant city feature a range of construction types, including restored mansions, Victorian and Georgian homes, ranch-style houses, and contemporary designs.
Attractions: Perhaps the biggest draw for this city is The Hermitage, the restored historical plantation home owned by Andrew Jackson, which now stands as a museum. This home was originally built as a two-story Federal-style structure, but Jackson remodeled the mansion with flanking one-story wings—and following a damaging fire, rebuilt it in the Greek Revival style. Hermitage movers will also enjoy the Nashville Shores amusement and water park, as well as scenic Long Hunter State Park.
Hermitage Movers has been helping families move to Hermitage, TN and other cities in the U.S. for over 15 years. . Whether yours is a long distance, local, residential or commercial move, EZ Movers can help make it a successful one.
EZ Movers is proud to provide the community with quality moving services and in utilizing our success to help support the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
We will continue to work hard and offer professional moving services in the years to come. EZ Does it!