Bledsoe County is located in Tennessee with a population of 14,413. In Bledsoe County, most residents own their homes. Residents of Bledsoe County tend to be conservative.
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Bledsoe County Reviews
This is a town that doesn't offer as much for commercial entertainment. We don't have a movie theater, bowling lane, or skating rink. However, it is a beautiful place to live. To get to a bigger city you can drive 30 minutes in any direction. This can be a blessing and a nightmare. It is nice because there are no busy streets at night, and bad because when you need something more than general grocery, and basic household items you will have to drive. The local stores are Freds, Save-A-lot, Dollar Store, and Piggly Wiggly. The main restaurants are McDonald's, Subway, The Mexican Place, Pig-n-Catch, Scotties, and some family restaurant the keeps changing.
I like the fact that we have a bypass which means less traffic through town; however, we should get a traffic light because we do have a problem with traffic at one of our intersections. There is no traffic light or stop from Crossville through Bledsoe all the way to Dunlap.
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