Marshall County

Feel at Home in Marshall County

Located in the northern region of the state, Marshall County is a small yet growing community near the Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi border. Here, you'll uncover picturesque communities like Holly Springs and Byhalia, sprawling forests and green spaces, as well as historic downtown districts dotted with small businesses. Though it may seem remote, Marshall County is also less than an hour from Memphis, Tennessee—and that puts countless career and entertainment opportunities within easy reach.

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Marshall County at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 35,451
County Seat: Holly Springs
Zip Codes: 38611, 38635, 38659, and others
Median Home Value: $236k

Travel & Commute

Memphis: 48 mins
New Albany: 36 mins
Oxford: 37 mins
Major Roads: I-22, I-269, US-72

Get to Know the Area

Everything You'll LOVE in Marshall County

Quaint Communities

Holly Springs—the Marshall County Seat—has grown into the area's largest city. Locals love spending time in Holly Springs' historic downtown district, where you'll find a plethora of museums, shops, and restaurants. If you crave a small-town lifestyle, nearby Byhalia and Potts Camp offer affordable yet charming opportunities to put down roots. And for the ultimate rural escape, we recommend exploring Marshall County's unincorporated communities.

Lush Green Spaces

No visit to Marshall County is complete without a trek through the Holly Springs National Forest, a public treasure dotted with hardwood trees, sparkling lakes, and more than 155,000 acres of land available for visitors to explore. Wall Doxey State Park in Holly Springs serves as the area's ultimate camping destination, while boaters prefer taking a ride on Chewalla Lake or Sardis Lake.

Public Schools

Children living in the area primarily attend Marshall County Public Schools, though Holly Springs operates its own independent district for younger residents. In total, MCPS maintains eight total schools, while HSSD offers an elementary, intermediate, middle, and high school. Both districts educate just a few thousand students total, making it easy for kids to receive the one-on-one attention they need to succeed. 

Shopping and Dining

Want to explore the highlights of Marshall County? Start by savoring a mouthwatering dinner from Marshall Steakhouse, a hometown favorite that was named the "Number One Steakhouse in Mississippi" by Food Network and the Mississippi Beef Council. You'll also find tons of cute gifts at the Retro Rooster and everything you need for your next DIY project courtesy of Byhalia Hardware. Marshall County also has plenty of big-box stores and shopping centers near Holly Springs.

Find Your Niche in Marshall County

Searching for a home in Marshall County or want to learn more about what it's like to live in the area? We've got the resources to help you find the perfect home! Contact J.Morris Realty to learn more and schedule a showing of your favorite homes, or browse our buyer resources below.

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