Robertson County

Overview

Named for the founder of Nashville, James Robertson, Robertson County is the northern most county in the Middle Tennessee area, bordering Kentucky. This area is most notably known for the Bell Witch, which was inspiration for the film the Blair Witch Project.

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Cities

White House



This friendly town provides a true small town atmosphere. Sitting between the counties of Robertson and Sumner, the town’s name comes from a large, white 1829 home. The home was built by Richard Wilks and was a popular lodging location for travelers. It was said that President Andrew Jackson even spent time here during his trips.

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Springfield is the county seat of Robertson County. The area has served Middle Tennessee for years as a commercial center for agriculture. The area is Tennessee’s leading Tobacco growing county, as well as, top ranked in other forms of agriculture.

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