Sango, Tennessee Real Estate and Community Information
Sango is a community in Montgomery County, Tennessee. The community is a neighborhood of Clarksville and 30 minutes northwest of Nashville. The area of the community was once rural with mostly farm lands, but residential housing developments have replaced many of the farms the past few years. Sango does not have any clearly defined boundaries as it is neither an unincorporated community nor is it a census designated place. The community covers an area between US Route 41 Alternate and Interstate 24.
Sango is primarily residential with some agricultural influences. The cost of living is lower than the national average making it an attractive community for families. The community supports a hometown atmosphere and provides a warm, welcoming and safe environment especially supportive of student learning. Without the presence of industry the town is quiet and for residents seeking a quiet and serene lifestyle will find the community attractive.
Nearby Fort Campbell Military Reservation contributes greatly to the economic engine of the community and area. This factor helps contribute to the attractiveness of a healthy business and labor climate and gives the area an attractive vibe.
The children of the community are educated through the Clarkesville-Montgomery County School District. The district is responsible for providing public school education for children in Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12. The school system ranks number 31 out of 134 districts in the state. The district, which works on the three tier school system, is considered one of the better school districts in the state and is highly rated by parents, students and educational professionals. Students continually score very well on the state mandated testing. The teacher to student ratio is 17 to 1.
Sango Elementary School is located within the Sango Community. The outdoor facilities at the school include age appropriate play structures and a fenced in area for organized games and sporting contests, as well as community activities. Amenities also include an outdoor pavilion, nature trail and amphitheater. Middle and High school students attend school within the county area.
For more public school education information, visit https://www.cmcss.net/
There are more than 25 educational facilities within 50 miles of the Sango community. Schools include Austin Peary State University, American Baptist College, Fisk University, Miller Motte Technical College Madison and Nossi College of Art. The schools are private and public educational facilities offering two and four year degrees in a variety of career courses. Some of the schools offer graduate degrees.
Available real estate in Sango is single and multi-family homes, townhouses and condominiums. Most of the homes were constructed after 1977 with many being built between 2000 and the present time. Many of the residences are owner occupied and made up of medium to large homes, three and four bedrooms to five bedrooms and more. Home buyers will also find undeveloped properties suitable for residential development.
The price range for available homes varies, but tend to be moderate. Homes are medium to large in size with bedrooms numbering from two to four and five and more. The homes are a mix of existing and new construction. The number of new construction indicates a strong real estate market and the ability for the area to attract new residents.
Perspective residents who prefer not to purchase property or would rather live in the area before purchasing a home, will find a variety of apartments to rents. Rents are reasonable and units can be found in apartment complexes, single and multi-family homes and townhouses and condominiums.
For interest in real estate in Sango and the surrounding area, contact Felicia Long, realtor. Ms. Long has the experience and knowledge of the current real estate climate and will be able to assist home buyers or renters in finding just the right home to meet their home buying or renting needs.
Parks and Recreation
The community and surrounding area offers a variety of recreational facilities and programs for the residents. Outdoor enthusiast will find neighborhood and community parks with playgrounds and tot lots, sports fields and courts, walking trails, picnic and cookout areas and pavilions and restrooms. The community also maintains three community centers that provide year round programs for youths, adults and seniors. There are also several facilities for a modest fee and they are ideal for family, neighborhood and corporate events. vailable on a first come, first serve basis, but reservations are required.
For more information, visit https://www.mcgtn.org/parks and http://www.cityofclarksville.com/
Attractions, Activities and Events
When considering a new home, especially in a new city, town or neighborhood it is important to check out things to do, attractions, activities and events in town and the surrounding area. Residents will find a variety of such things to do in the surrounding area as well as the county and include historic monuments and tours, winery visits, golf, theater, cultural events and family fun centers. Events include holiday and seasonal celebrations, craft fairs, music and food festivals and charitable events. Residents will also find a variety of children’s events and things to do as well as seminars and educational opportunities.
For more information, visit https://www.mcgtn.org/visitors/events, TripAdvisor, http://tnvacation.com and http://clarksvillenow.com/events/#/