Category: Communities

Featured Listing in Historic Hincheyville

Hincheyville, Franklin’s first residential addition, subdivided in 1819, is located outside the original town boundaries and was subdivided for development by Hinchey Petway, a wealthy merchant for whom the area is named. A few substantial homes were built in Hincheyville before the Civil War, but significant residential development did not occur until the latter decades of the […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Hard Bargain

The Hard Bargain neighborhood was established in 1875 when W.S. McLemore, a freed slave, subdivided 15 acres which he called Hard Bargain because of the difficult land deal that was struck in 1866. Hard Bargain became a thriving African American community. The neighborhood is located on 15 acres, two square city blocks in downtown Franklin […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Hidden River

Real Chris Elrod is not here to confirm or deny the rumors that a celebrity whose name rhymes with Rohnny Repp just bought a house in the bucolic gated-communinty of Hidden River in Franklin, TN. We are here, however, to tell you that the scenery will never disappoint and might include a few surprises if […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Chapman’s Retreat

The city of Spring Hill, Tennessee is located in both Maury and Williamson counties, 30 miles south of Nashville. Spring Hill, the nation’s 14th fastest-growing city, blends rustic Tennessee countryside and historic homes and trails with booming businesses and thriving residential growth. Spring Hill’s emphasis on education is strong, and families often move to the area because of its reputation […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: McGavock Farms

Set right in the thick history of Tennessee, the land on which McGavock Farms sits was once a plantation owned by the McGavock family. The McGavocks’ house still stands today in neighboring Brentwood Country Club, which leases it as a clubhouse. A slave cemetery that was part of the McGavock plantation is preserved within a median on […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Ladd Park

This time of year, the sugar maples, still blazing a fiery red, line the drive into Ladd Park. These autumnal torches seem to light the path leading home in this luxury neighborhood in Williamson County. With classic, traditional exterior detailing and modern, quality interior design, Turnberry Homes are perfect for today’s busy lifestyles, Turnberry Homes […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Concord Hunt

Close to the schools in East Brentwood, Concord Hunt has a variety of single-family floor plans: there are two- and three-story houses, as well as a number of single story and 1.5 story homes. With a pool, walking trails that connect to city trails, a neighborhood book club, and—beat this!—a Bunco group, a family will never […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Fountainbrooke

Located just a few miles from the interstate off Concord Road, Fountainbrooke is a Brentwood neighborhood featuring custom homes built early this millennium! This ultra-desirable neighborhood was built with a traditional community in mind, featuring brick, classical architecture and high ceilings! Just minutes from I-65, Fountainbrooke is also within the Williamson County School District which […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Durham Manor

Durham Manor Subdivision is a premier residential community located on Henpeck Lane less than 5 miles from downtown Franklin about about 20 min from Cool Springs Mall. The homes in Durham Manor sit on one acre lots and boast high-end finishes, great floor plans and media rooms. The list price for a home in this […]

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Neighborhood of the Week: Founders Pointe

Founders Pointe is a quiet neighborhood with colonial style single family homes. The neighborhood sports a playground, two gazebos, and a beautiful pool. Comfortable elegance abounds with the side-walk lined, well-manicured lawns. Homes for sale in Founders Pointe range from the 200’s to 300’s.  Call me today to find out more about this exciting development!

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