Discover the trends in 37090, Lebanon

Each Sunday, The Tennessean highlights a different zip code, as we strive to educate readers and help them navigate Middle Tennessee’s hot real estate market.

About 32 miles east of downtown Nashville is Lebanon, the county seat of Wilson County. Today we are going to take a look at housing trends in one of its postcodes, 37090. New host communities here include Woodbridge Glen, Holland Ridge, Waverly and Hampton Chase.

The stands are packed during the NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 race at the Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, Tennessee on Sunday, June 20, 2021.
A plan has been submitted to expand an approved development in Lebanon by an additional 228 townhouse units on West Main Street.

Attractions in Lebanon include Nashville Superspeedway and the 1,139-acre Cedars of Lebanon State Park, named after the Eastern Red Cedars. The historic Lebanon Main Street is filled with local shops and restaurants. The James E. Ward Ag Center is the site of the now combined Wilson County Fair-Tennessee State Fair in August.

Houses are moving fast

On average, a home spent 28 days on the market during the 2020-2021 year (March 14-March 14). During the same period in 2021-2022, homes spent about 24 days on the market.

House prices are rising

The median selling price of a 37090 home in 2020-21 was $317,750. This amount increased to $348,000 in 2021-22 (March 14 to March 14).


In 2020-21, homebuyers closed 474 homes. Last year, homebuyers closed 659 homes. The current inventory is 33 houses.

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