Bartlett TN Homes for Sale
Bartlett TN is a suburb located north of Memphis, TN. While this community is enjoying rapid modern growth, it prides itself on its “town spirit”, which keeps its history as a farming community and a mid-1800s stagecoach stop alive. Read more about Bartlett homes.
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Bartlett, Tennessee Real Estate
The city covers 26.6 square miles, with the annexation reserves extending another 17.34 square miles. North of Memphis and west of Lakeland, Bartlett offers easy accessibility to Memphis and the surrounding cities via Interstate 40 and I-240.
Bartlett homes are primarily single family residences. They sit alongside the retail, office and industrial district along Stage Road and Highway 64. There are also some condo and townhome developments which offer home seekers some variety in their home searching.
Bartlett offers a number of amenities for its residents. There is the Bartlett Recreation Center (7700 Flaherty Place), with 55,000 square feet of racquetball and basketball courts, running track, weight rooms and swimming pool. The Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center (BPACC) (3663 Appling Road) is open for shows, seminars and business meetings.
There are 24 parks and green spaces in Bartlett and the city proper is kept green through Ordinance 05-08, where new residential developments must have a minimum number of trees. New businesses must also plant trees and there are rules about maintenance and care.