Forty years ago when they built this house it stood right on the edge of Nashville, the edge of the suburbs. Now Nashville has grown and it's in a weird suburban enclave. Not too far from downtown but we all have acre lots, most of my neighbors are Jewish retirees and we have deer and coyotes in the garden. The deer eat the apples I grow. I let them be.
High concentration of retirees means there is a lot of people home during the day, plus we are a backwater, we notice strange vehicles. but because we are in Nashville Metro Area we are just a few minutes from the precinct.
It's a good place.