Located in Shelby County, Cordova is home to approximately 18,289 Tennessee residents. Cordova is to the east of Memphis, to the north of Germantown, to the south of Bartlett, and to the northwest of Collierville. Considered a suburb of Memphis, this community maintains small town charm mixed with the allure of being close to bigger city amenities.

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Cordova History

Founded in 1835 as a farming village, Cordova began with less than a dozen farms, but it was well-known for the amazing, fresh cut flowers that were often shipped to Memphis. Cordova wasn’t always known by the name is holds today. It’s also been called Allentown, Marysville, and Dexter. However, in 1900 the town changes its name to Cordova for good.

The historic appeal of this community is celebrated each year during the annual craft fair, the parade held each July, and other events. The original railroad station, built in 1889, is still standing proud in Cordova.

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Cordova Schools

Students in this area are served by Shelby County School. Elementary schools in the area include Cordova Elementary School, Chimneyrock Elementary School, Dexter Elementary School, and Macon-Hill Elementary School. Other schools include Cordova Middle School, Dexter Middle School, Mount Pisgah Middle School, Cordova High School, and Bartlett High School.

The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 94.5 percent. The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 40.1 percent.

Cordova Weather

The average high temperature for this area is 83 degrees in August, but it can get as high as 93 degrees. The average low temperature is 42 degrees in January, but it can get as low as 32 degrees. The month with the highest amount of rainfall is April with an average of 5.9 inches. The air quality index for the Cordova area is better than the nation’s average by 11 percent.

Cordova Real Estate

The median home value for this area is $268,900, but you’ll find homes for sale in a variety of price ranges. You’ll find that Cordova homeowner’s take pride in their homes and landscaping. Whether you’re looking for a five-bedroom home with a classic appeal or a modern home with all the amenities, there are plenty of options to be found in Cordova.