Located approximately 22 miles north of downtown Nashville with direct access to Interstate 65, the city of White House offers that friendly, small town atmosphere. This wonderful community lies in both Robertson and Sumner counties close to the Kentucky state line. Anticipated to grow rapidly in the future, White House grew larger than any other city in Sumner County 2000-2010, and consistently ranks as one of the best Nashville Suburbs to live.
Richard Stone Wilks, a settler from Virginia, constructed a white, two-story house around 1829. He built this house along the trail originally known as the Louisville & Nashville Turnpike (later renamed US Highway 31W in 1928). The house was a popular place for food and lodging with travelers. Houses were rarely painted white during this time. The stage coach drivers began referring to the surrounding area as White House - this is how the city got it's name.
White House offers something for everyone in the family. Fabulous parks, miles of greenway, bike lanes, a state-of-the-art library, a splash pad, restaurants, shopping, and more. Currently experiencing economic progress and further community development, there is no wonder why the quiet little town of White House is enjoying such population growth!
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