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Bartlett is a city in Shelby County, Tennessee, United States, and a neighborhood outside but reliant on the Memphis metropolitan area. It was the 12th largest city in Tennessee and is the 2nd largest in Shelby County, a just one rank away from Memphis. As history mentioned, the city started as an "old" town of only 508 people at Stage Road and the railroad in 1960, the city expanded swiftly 1970s and 1980s both through new residents and through incremental expansion primarily to the east and north, to over 43,000 people today. In 2007 Money Magazine recognized the city as one of the best 100 places to live. This is why Bartlett homes for sale are preferred a lot by homebuyers today.

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To maintain the quality life of the residents of this continuously growing city, its local government is doing everything to preserve the environment while modernization is taking place. The city maintains its small town spirit by providing a well balanced city environment, combining rural and industrial development, buildings and city amenities. Its residents also never fall short of open spaces and parks. Some of these parks are:

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The Bartlett Grove Park and Bartlett Country Park. The Bartlett Grove Park at Santa Cruz Drive is a 5-acre wide community park with 1/2-mile of walking trail and playgrounds. Bartlett Country Park, on the other hand, has a bigger 14.63 acres of walking trail and playground. The playgrounds of these parks are preferred by children and their guardians because of their proximity to the subdivisions. Definitely, your kids will love them too, when you have one.

Bartlett Recreation Center. This activity center located at Flaherty Place offers recreational and fitness activities, services and special events of its surrounding residents and other neighboring communities. This 55,000 sq. ft. facility opened in August 2000 and features a group exercise studio, two racquetball courts, a natatorium with 8-lane competition pool, handicap-accessible facilities, spectator seating & competitive swim-meet scoreboard, a gymnasium with two full basketball courts, a 1/12-mile indoor walking track and a fully equipped strength and cardiovascular room. This center is designed for active people who values physical fitness and health.

The Bobby K. Flaherty Municipal Center. This 82-acre wide center situated near the recently redeveloped area around Appling Lake, has a new baseball field next to the famous Bartlett Recreation Center. This municipal facility offers activities for children and children-at-heart such as fireworks and fishing events for kids. Even when there is no major activity in place, the lake in the center is still utilized for catching and releasing catfish. One of the highlighted events in the Center is the Children's Fishing Fair that allows kids 12 years and younger to spend a whole day of fishing with prizes awarded in many categories.

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