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Tim Shrum

1205 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37208

At the corner of 4th Ave N and Madison St across from Henrietta Red restaurant in Germantown

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ABOUT ME

Your Local Nashville State Farm Agent!

As the most populous city of the U.S. state of Tennessee, Nashville is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, private prison, banking and transportation industries, and is home to numerous colleges and universities.

I have been with State Farm since 2010, a State Farm Agent in Nashville, TN since 2016, and a local Nashville, TN Resident since 2012. As a third generation Insurance Agent I love focusing on relocation's to Nashville, TN. If you visit Music City and are moving to Nashville, relocating, or State to State Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, and all Tennessee. I know there are a lot State Farm Nashville agents, but we would be honored to help your insurance move to Nashville as well.

· State Farm Top 100 New Agent Program Qualifier

· State Farm Vice President Club Qualifier

· State Farm Ambassador Club Qualifier

· State Farm Honor Club Qualifier

Providing Insurance in Nashville's favorite neighborhoods of 12 South, Downtown Nashville, East Nashville, Germantown, Green Hills, The Gulch, Hillsboro Village, West End, Sylvan Park, and the Nations.

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• Medical Office Insurance Nashville - General practitioners, dentist insurance quotes Nashville, chiropractor’s insurance quotes Nashville, optometrists, acupuncturists, and other professionals in the medical field. We suggest insurance that helps protect your business from the costs of fire, loss or destruction of documents, and more.

• Food Shops and Restaurant Insurance Nashville - Candy shops, coffee shops, delicatessens, bakeries, pizzerias and other, similar businesses. Food shops and restaurants have very special needs, and your State Farm agent can help you find a recipe for insurance protection that works for yours.

• Retail Store Insurance Nashville - Antique stores, beer and wine stores, drug stores, pharmacies, furniture and home improvement stores, florists, grocery stores, auto parts stores, bridal shops, clothing stores, gift shops, shoe stores, toy stores, sporting goods stores, and other, similar businesses.

• Professional Services Insurance Nashville - Appraisers, surveyors, architects, engineers, consultants, insurance agents, brokers, laboratories, and other, similar businesses. Our agents will help you choose insurance coverage to fit the needs of your professional services business.

• Condo Association Insurance Nashville - State Farm has insurance to protect both business condominium associations and residential community associations, including protection for buildings, common areas, backups of sewers and drains, liability for directors and officers, loss of income, and more.

• Landlord Insurance – Residential and Business Insurance Nashville - Apartment owners, motels, business condo unit owners, offices, warehouses, rented spaces, structures under construction, and other, similar businesses. Landlords have unique insurance challenges, and our agents can help you be sure you’re protected.

• Nonprofit Organization Insurance Nashville - Nonprofit businesses have many of the same risks as a commercial business. You’ll need protection for buildings, people, and property. A State Farm agent can help you choose insurance for your nonprofit at a competitive price.

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Nashville is defined by its neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality and character. Discover what to do and where to stay, eat, and shop. Conquer the city like a local.

Urban Nashville Neighborhoods:

  • 12 South

    • A half-mile stretch along 12th Avenue South called the 12South neighborhood with a vintage clothing store on one end, a gourmet Mexican popsicle shop on the other, and many unique Nashville businesses in between. One of the most walkable neighborhoods in Nashville, 12South is a shopping and dining destination full of restaurants, coffee houses, bakeries, bars, and boutiques featuring local designers and makers.

  • Downtown Nashville

    • The sound of Nashville reverberates from the city’s downtown core where visitors from all over the world converge with the business and localdistrict. Running smack in the middle is Lower Broadway where Honky Tonks play live music 365 days of the year and never charge a cover. In the area “North of Broadway” are historic buildings reimagined into music attractions, boutique hotels, art galleries, and chef-driven restaurants, and “South of Broadway” are newly constructed hotels, eateries, music venues, and attractions. Wherever you go, there is plenty of fun to be had around Nashville’s incredibly walkable downtown.

  • East Nashville

    • Located across the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville is the stomping ground of Nashville’s creative class, attracted to the area’s culturally-diverse and eclectic vibe and historic homes dating back to the early 1900s. In the early aughts, East Nashville helped put Nashville on the map as a culinary destination with beloved restaurants like Margot Cafe & Bar and Marche Artisan Foods, a reputation the neighborhood maintains today. Locals frequent the many dive bars, craft cocktail joints, coffee shops, and vintage stores sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.

  • Germantown

    • Named for the European immigrants who first settled here in the mid-19th century, Germantown is a historic community on the National Register of Historic Places located just a few blocks northwest of downtown Nashville. The area is home to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, local boutiques and many of Nashville’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants making it a culinary destination in its own right.

  • The Gulch

    • Just south of downtown lies this once-abandoned industrial area that's undergone an urban revitalization in recent years sparking an intoxicating new energy. The exceedingly walkable community is teeming with boutique hotels, high-rise condos, instagrammable murals, shops, live music venues, breweries, and diverse culinary offerings spanning everything from biscuits and Nashville Hot Chicken to Detroit-style pizza, traditional ramen, and Indian food.

  • Belmont/Hillsboro Village

    • Conveniently located near Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, Hillsboro Village is a collection of shops, boutiques, and restaurants perfect for a day’s stroll. Adjacent to Hillsboro Village is the Belmont area, which is home to Belmont University, a historic home, shops, and some great eating.

  • Midtown/Vanderbilt

    • Sandwiched between downtown, Music Row, West End and Hillsboro Village is Midtown, an area adjacent to the prestigious Vanderbilt University. Here, students, music industry folks and business executives converge with visitors in the neighborhood’s many chef-driven restaurants and bustling bars. Its walkability, multitude of hotel options and proximity to both downtown and other unique neighborhoods make it an exceptionally convenient area to stay in Nashville.

  • Music Row

    • This neighborhood is considered the heart of Nashville's entertainment industry. Nestled within homes and buildings are the recording studios from which your favorite songs came to be. Including everything from Elvis Presley's "How Great Thou Art" (recorded at Historic RCA Studio B) to Foo Fighters' "Congregation" (recorded at Southern Ground Nashville).

  • Marathon Village

    • A cluster of buildings that formerly housed Marathon Motor Works in the early 1900’s makes up the area known as Marathon Village just minutes from downtown. Today, a creative community of unique retail, business and entertainment facilities reside here, including a bourbon distillery, gourmet confectionery and Antique Archaeology, home base for the American Pickers show on the History Channel.

  • Sylvan Park

    • Southwest of downtown Nashville lies the quaint and quiet neighborhood of Sylvan Park, a largely residential area brimming with locally-owned restaurants, bars and shops that have stood the test of time. The neighborhood’s main thoroughfare is Murphy Road that ends at McCabe Park where locals and visitors alike enjoy McCabe Golf Course and the surrounding Richland Creek Greenway. The Nations and West End neighborhoods flank either side of Sylvan Park.

  • Woodbine

  • Wedgewood Houston

    • Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston (or “WeHo”) neighborhood is located a few blocks south of downtown Nashville with borders defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east. The proximity to downtown, relatively affordable rents and real estate prices, and the number of old warehouses, factories and garages have attracted artists, musicians and entrepreneurs to open restaurants, distilleries, breweries, galleries, studios and workshops in the area. Look for major growth in the years to come: Apple Music’s Nashville office and a SoHo House Hotel are slated to open here soon.

  • SoBro

    • In the area quite literally south of downtown Nashville’s Broadway is SoBro, a district that has undergone a major revitalization in recent years. Unlike its neighbor North of Broadway up the hill, this area is known for all things new – the city’s sprawling convention center, live music venues, major hotel brands, boutique properties, restaurants, bars, and even the just over 10-year-old Schermerhorn Symphony Center designed to look like it’s been there for decades. Nashville’s Music Mile connecting downtown with Music Row ends in South of Broadway, a mile-long stretch dotted with notable music attractions like the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Music City Walk of Fame Park, a landmark tribute to those from all genres of music who have contributed to the world through song.

  • 8th Avenue South / Melrose

    • Eighth Avenue and Melrose, just south of downtown and the Gulch, is home to some of the best antique shops in town. Refuel after digging for a one-of-a-kind find at one of the areas many budget-friendly corner cafes, chef-driven restaurants and family-friendly eateries.

Nashville Neighborhoods:

  • Antioch

  • Belle Meade

  • Berry Hill

    • At first glance, Berry Hill looks like a purely residential neighborhood until you realize funky independent shops, restaurants, recording studios and music publishers occupy many of the homes. Technically its own city, Berry Hill is treated as a distinct neighborhood of Nashville and is located just south of Downtown beyond Eighth Avenue South.

  • Bellevue

  • Brentwood

    • Brentwood is a large affluent community to the south of Nashville. Part of the city resides in Davidson County in the vicinity of Old Hickory Boulevard and Interstate 65, but the majority of the city is located just south of Old Hickory Blvd inside the Williamson County limits. Brentwood is noted for being Tennessee’s best educated city with nearly 70% of the population over 25 years of age holding a bachelor’s degree or higher.

  • Cane Ridge

  • Crieve Hall

  • Airport/Donelson

    • The Nashville International Airport isn’t the only thing to experience in Donelson, located just 10 miles east of downtown. Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, home of the 7th US president, as well as diverse eateries and several outdoor attractions can be found here. Budget-friendly hotels abound within close proximity of the airport, making it a convenient place to stay during a visit to Nashville.

  • Forest Hills

  • Franklin

    • Named to Southern Living’s “Best Small Town” top ten list, Franklin is a charming suburb of Nashville, Tennessee. Experience a beautiful blend of upscale urban development and cultural history rich with hip places to shop and eat as well as historic attractions that tell the story of the Civil War’s Battle of Franklin. Franklin’s quaint downtown offers a Great American Main Street experience and boasts everything from Starbucks to locally owned antiques, trendy boutiques, and restaurants in a pedestrian-friendly setting. Just 20 miles from Nashville International Airport and from downtown Nashville, Tennessee, Historic Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County offer some of Middle Tennessee’s most desirable neighborhoods.

  • Goodlettsville

  • Green Hills

    • Considered one of the most desirable areas to live in Nashville, Green Hills is an affluent suburban enclave known for upscale brands and boutiques. Hidden within an inconspicuous strip mall is the famed Bluebird Cafe, home to both established and up-and-coming songwriters.

  • Hendersonville

  • Hermitage

  • Inglewood

  • Lavergne

  • Madison

  • Mt. Juliet

  • Nolensville

  • Oak Hill

  • Old Hickory

  • Percy Priest Lake

  • South Nashville

  • Smyrna

  • West Meade

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ABOUT ME

Your Local Nashville State Farm Agent!

As the most populous city of the U.S. state of Tennessee, Nashville is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, private prison, banking and transportation industries, and is home to numerous colleges and universities.

I have been with State Farm since 2010, a State Farm Agent in Nashville, TN since 2016, and a local Nashville, TN Resident since 2012. As a third generation Insurance Agent I love focusing on relocation's to Nashville, TN. If you visit Music City and are moving to Nashville, relocating, or State to State Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, and all Tennessee. I know there are a lot State Farm Nashville agents, but we would be honored to help your insurance move to Nashville as well.

· State Farm Top 100 New Agent Program Qualifier

· State Farm Vice President Club Qualifier

· State Farm Ambassador Club Qualifier

· State Farm Honor Club Qualifier

Providing Insurance in Nashville's favorite neighborhoods of 12 South, Downtown Nashville, East Nashville, Germantown, Green Hills, The Gulch, Hillsboro Village, West End, Sylvan Park, and the Nations.

• Auto insurance quotes Nashville

• Motorcycle insurance quotes Nashville

• Homeowners insurance quotes Nashville

• Renters insurance quotes Nashville

• Term Life insurance quotes Nashville

• Small Business insurance quotes Nashville

• Contractors & Home Services Insurance Nashville – Plumbers insurance quotes Nashville, drywall installers, painters, electricians, HVAC services, locksmith insurance quotes Nashville, piano tuners, and other contractors and businesses providing similar services. We’ll help you choose the right amount of property and liability protection at a competitive price.

• Medical Office Insurance Nashville - General practitioners, dentist insurance quotes Nashville, chiropractor’s insurance quotes Nashville, optometrists, acupuncturists, and other professionals in the medical field. We suggest insurance that helps protect your business from the costs of fire, loss or destruction of documents, and more.

• Food Shops and Restaurant Insurance Nashville - Candy shops, coffee shops, delicatessens, bakeries, pizzerias and other, similar businesses. Food shops and restaurants have very special needs, and your State Farm agent can help you find a recipe for insurance protection that works for yours.

• Retail Store Insurance Nashville - Antique stores, beer and wine stores, drug stores, pharmacies, furniture and home improvement stores, florists, grocery stores, auto parts stores, bridal shops, clothing stores, gift shops, shoe stores, toy stores, sporting goods stores, and other, similar businesses.

• Professional Services Insurance Nashville - Appraisers, surveyors, architects, engineers, consultants, insurance agents, brokers, laboratories, and other, similar businesses. Our agents will help you choose insurance coverage to fit the needs of your professional services business.

• Condo Association Insurance Nashville - State Farm has insurance to protect both business condominium associations and residential community associations, including protection for buildings, common areas, backups of sewers and drains, liability for directors and officers, loss of income, and more.

• Landlord Insurance – Residential and Business Insurance Nashville - Apartment owners, motels, business condo unit owners, offices, warehouses, rented spaces, structures under construction, and other, similar businesses. Landlords have unique insurance challenges, and our agents can help you be sure you’re protected.

• Nonprofit Organization Insurance Nashville - Nonprofit businesses have many of the same risks as a commercial business. You’ll need protection for buildings, people, and property. A State Farm agent can help you choose insurance for your nonprofit at a competitive price.

We provide car insurance Nashville, TN with free car insurance quotes and Tennessee auto insurance Murfreesboro, TN. Here to help with renter’s insurance quotes TN for State Farm renter’s insurance Nashville, TN. We love to help new homeowners with homeowner’s insurance Tennessee with state farm homeowner’s insurance quotes. We can help you find coverage that's right for you and your loved ones and plan for their families with free life insurance quotes.

Nashville is defined by its neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality and character. Discover what to do and where to stay, eat, and shop. Conquer the city like a local.

Urban Nashville Neighborhoods:

  • 12 South

    • A half-mile stretch along 12th Avenue South called the 12South neighborhood with a vintage clothing store on one end, a gourmet Mexican popsicle shop on the other, and many unique Nashville businesses in between. One of the most walkable neighborhoods in Nashville, 12South is a shopping and dining destination full of restaurants, coffee houses, bakeries, bars, and boutiques featuring local designers and makers.

  • Downtown Nashville

    • The sound of Nashville reverberates from the city’s downtown core where visitors from all over the world converge with the business and localdistrict. Running smack in the middle is Lower Broadway where Honky Tonks play live music 365 days of the year and never charge a cover. In the area “North of Broadway” are historic buildings reimagined into music attractions, boutique hotels, art galleries, and chef-driven restaurants, and “South of Broadway” are newly constructed hotels, eateries, music venues, and attractions. Wherever you go, there is plenty of fun to be had around Nashville’s incredibly walkable downtown.

  • East Nashville

    • Located across the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville is the stomping ground of Nashville’s creative class, attracted to the area’s culturally-diverse and eclectic vibe and historic homes dating back to the early 1900s. In the early aughts, East Nashville helped put Nashville on the map as a culinary destination with beloved restaurants like Margot Cafe & Bar and Marche Artisan Foods, a reputation the neighborhood maintains today. Locals frequent the many dive bars, craft cocktail joints, coffee shops, and vintage stores sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.

  • Germantown

    • Named for the European immigrants who first settled here in the mid-19th century, Germantown is a historic community on the National Register of Historic Places located just a few blocks northwest of downtown Nashville. The area is home to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, local boutiques and many of Nashville’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants making it a culinary destination in its own right.

  • The Gulch

    • Just south of downtown lies this once-abandoned industrial area that's undergone an urban revitalization in recent years sparking an intoxicating new energy. The exceedingly walkable community is teeming with boutique hotels, high-rise condos, instagrammable murals, shops, live music venues, breweries, and diverse culinary offerings spanning everything from biscuits and Nashville Hot Chicken to Detroit-style pizza, traditional ramen, and Indian food.

  • Belmont/Hillsboro Village

    • Conveniently located near Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, Hillsboro Village is a collection of shops, boutiques, and restaurants perfect for a day’s stroll. Adjacent to Hillsboro Village is the Belmont area, which is home to Belmont University, a historic home, shops, and some great eating.

  • Midtown/Vanderbilt

    • Sandwiched between downtown, Music Row, West End and Hillsboro Village is Midtown, an area adjacent to the prestigious Vanderbilt University. Here, students, music industry folks and business executives converge with visitors in the neighborhood’s many chef-driven restaurants and bustling bars. Its walkability, multitude of hotel options and proximity to both downtown and other unique neighborhoods make it an exceptionally convenient area to stay in Nashville.

  • Music Row

    • This neighborhood is considered the heart of Nashville's entertainment industry. Nestled within homes and buildings are the recording studios from which your favorite songs came to be. Including everything from Elvis Presley's "How Great Thou Art" (recorded at Historic RCA Studio B) to Foo Fighters' "Congregation" (recorded at Southern Ground Nashville).

  • Marathon Village

    • A cluster of buildings that formerly housed Marathon Motor Works in the early 1900’s makes up the area known as Marathon Village just minutes from downtown. Today, a creative community of unique retail, business and entertainment facilities reside here, including a bourbon distillery, gourmet confectionery and Antique Archaeology, home base for the American Pickers show on the History Channel.

  • Sylvan Park

    • Southwest of downtown Nashville lies the quaint and quiet neighborhood of Sylvan Park, a largely residential area brimming with locally-owned restaurants, bars and shops that have stood the test of time. The neighborhood’s main thoroughfare is Murphy Road that ends at McCabe Park where locals and visitors alike enjoy McCabe Golf Course and the surrounding Richland Creek Greenway. The Nations and West End neighborhoods flank either side of Sylvan Park.

  • Woodbine

  • Wedgewood Houston

    • Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston (or “WeHo”) neighborhood is located a few blocks south of downtown Nashville with borders defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east. The proximity to downtown, relatively affordable rents and real estate prices, and the number of old warehouses, factories and garages have attracted artists, musicians and entrepreneurs to open restaurants, distilleries, breweries, galleries, studios and workshops in the area. Look for major growth in the years to come: Apple Music’s Nashville office and a SoHo House Hotel are slated to open here soon.

  • SoBro

    • In the area quite literally south of downtown Nashville’s Broadway is SoBro, a district that has undergone a major revitalization in recent years. Unlike its neighbor North of Broadway up the hill, this area is known for all things new – the city’s sprawling convention center, live music venues, major hotel brands, boutique properties, restaurants, bars, and even the just over 10-year-old Schermerhorn Symphony Center designed to look like it’s been there for decades. Nashville’s Music Mile connecting downtown with Music Row ends in South of Broadway, a mile-long stretch dotted with notable music attractions like the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Music City Walk of Fame Park, a landmark tribute to those from all genres of music who have contributed to the world through song.

  • 8th Avenue South / Melrose

    • Eighth Avenue and Melrose, just south of downtown and the Gulch, is home to some of the best antique shops in town. Refuel after digging for a one-of-a-kind find at one of the areas many budget-friendly corner cafes, chef-driven restaurants and family-friendly eateries.

Nashville Neighborhoods:

  • Antioch

  • Belle Meade

  • Berry Hill

    • At first glance, Berry Hill looks like a purely residential neighborhood until you realize funky independent shops, restaurants, recording studios and music publishers occupy many of the homes. Technically its own city, Berry Hill is treated as a distinct neighborhood of Nashville and is located just south of Downtown beyond Eighth Avenue South.

  • Bellevue

  • Brentwood

    • Brentwood is a large affluent community to the south of Nashville. Part of the city resides in Davidson County in the vicinity of Old Hickory Boulevard and Interstate 65, but the majority of the city is located just south of Old Hickory Blvd inside the Williamson County limits. Brentwood is noted for being Tennessee’s best educated city with nearly 70% of the population over 25 years of age holding a bachelor’s degree or higher.

  • Cane Ridge

  • Crieve Hall

  • Airport/Donelson

    • The Nashville International Airport isn’t the only thing to experience in Donelson, located just 10 miles east of downtown. Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, home of the 7th US president, as well as diverse eateries and several outdoor attractions can be found here. Budget-friendly hotels abound within close proximity of the airport, making it a convenient place to stay during a visit to Nashville.

  • Forest Hills

  • Franklin

    • Named to Southern Living’s “Best Small Town” top ten list, Franklin is a charming suburb of Nashville, Tennessee. Experience a beautiful blend of upscale urban development and cultural history rich with hip places to shop and eat as well as historic attractions that tell the story of the Civil War’s Battle of Franklin. Franklin’s quaint downtown offers a Great American Main Street experience and boasts everything from Starbucks to locally owned antiques, trendy boutiques, and restaurants in a pedestrian-friendly setting. Just 20 miles from Nashville International Airport and from downtown Nashville, Tennessee, Historic Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County offer some of Middle Tennessee’s most desirable neighborhoods.

  • Goodlettsville

  • Green Hills

    • Considered one of the most desirable areas to live in Nashville, Green Hills is an affluent suburban enclave known for upscale brands and boutiques. Hidden within an inconspicuous strip mall is the famed Bluebird Cafe, home to both established and up-and-coming songwriters.

  • Hendersonville

  • Hermitage

  • Inglewood

  • Lavergne

  • Madison

  • Mt. Juliet

  • Nolensville

  • Oak Hill

  • Old Hickory

  • Percy Priest Lake

  • South Nashville

  • Smyrna

  • West Meade

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