Virginia Kail's Cookeville TN Real Estate Blog

Cookeville TN is a Great Central Location

In my day-to-day job I meet a lot of people who know they want to relocate to Tennessee, but don't know exactly where in Tennessee they want to be.  I've worked with many people who are looking at houses in more than one Tennessee town, but they almost always choose Cookeville TN.  Why?  Besides the fact that it's just a great place to live, it's also centrally located with Interstate 40 running right through the edge of town.  An 80 mile drive west on I-40 takes you to Nashville, or an 80 mile drive to the east takes you to Knoxville. You'll also find Chattanooga TN is about 80 miles to the south, and a straight drive from Cookeville on Hwy 111.  This is particularly nice for couples that both commute to work in opposite directions, or for salespeople responsible for a territory somewhere here in the southern states. 

        

Virginia Kail

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Cookeville TN native. A full time, full service agent for the entire Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee.

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Virginia Kail

Virginia Kail- real estate agent, Cookeville TN

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Comment balloon 0 commentsVirginia Kail • December 12 2010 08:17PM
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