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Settle into one of the newest communities of Ryan homes in Columbia, TN, a charming Southern town just 40 minutes outside Nashville. The Saturn Parkway and the area’s bus system are easily accessible, making a commute to Maury County’s range of sales and administrative careers simple from Columbia, TN. New homes put Downtown Columbia, Franklin and Nashville within reach, so you’ll never run out of options to shop and dine. Locally, there’s plenty of opportunity for outdoor fun in Columbia. Tee off with an afternoon at the Graymere Country Club or Stoneybrook Golf Course. Toss frisbees at the Woodland Park Disc Golf Course, Canoe over the Harpeth River, splash around the Fairview Park Pool or stroll through Riverwalk Park, where the town hosts a variety of charming events.

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Columbia is lovingly referred to as the “Mule Capital of the World,” and celebrates a yearly Mule Day festival that’s been a tradition for almost 170 years. Held over a few days in spring, the event draws over 200,000 attendees to enjoy Appalachian food, arts & crafts, games and music, as well as mule-themed parades and pageants. The town is also home to the most pre-Civil War homes in the state, in addition to a variety of other historic landmarks. One of the highlights is President James K. Polk’s ancestral home, complete with a museum open for tours. You can also observe the Greek Revival architecture of Elm Springs and the Gothic Revival stylings of St. John’s Episcopal Church, which was used as a hospital during the Civil War. Plus you can get a glimpse of life in the Antebellum South at the Rippavilla Plantation, one of the town’s most popular tourist stops.

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