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Welcome Spring Hill is a diverse community consisting of young families, business professionals and retirees. The city is situated in both Maury and Williamson counties, 30 miles south of Nashville. Spring Hill, the nation’s 14th fastest-growing city, balances priceless history and scenic Tennessee countryside with thriving businesses and residential growth.
“The quality of life is very good here; it is a positive place to live.” – Spring Hill resident Stacy Neisler
$166,000 Median home sale price
Average price per square foot
The influx of newcomers into Spring Hill has created a burgeoning demand for housing‚ including single-family homes‚ townhomes and mixed-use areas incorporating residential‚ commercial‚ retail and community space. “The quality of life and property taxes have become a very big draw for living in Spring Hill‚” says Edsel Charles‚ president of Market Graphics‚ a market research and land analysis firm.
“Homes are just so much cheaper here … [You] can get more home for the money.” – Cyril Evers, Evers & Jones Realty Co.
Attractions Rippavilla plantation The historic Rippavilla Plantation in Spring Hill, which was completed in 1855 by Nathaniel Cheairs, is one of the largest antebellum homes in the state. This treasured landmark offers visitors a glimpse of life in the 19th-century South. In its heyday, the 1,100-
acre plantation raised wheat, corn, hay, cotton, tobacco, cattle, sheep and mules. The mansion features Greek Revival architecture, and 70 percent of the furnishings are original Cheairs family pieces. A museum room houses a collection of Civil War artifacts.
About 75 slaves worked the plantation, and one of the original slave cabins still stands on the property. Special black history tours in February each year are well attended, says Executive Director Pam Perdue, and information about the slaves at Rippavilla is an important
part of the overall interpretation of life here. Visitors also come to get lost in Rippavillaâ€™s famous corn maze. The fall fundraiser draws about 20,000 people each year and also features concessions, stargazing, movies and a haunted house.
Tour and gift shop hours Mon.-Sat. 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visit the website
Attractions Tennessee Museum of Early Farm Life Maury County has always been known for its agriculture‚ and a museum in Spring Hill pays homage to that heritage. The Tennessee Museum of Early Farm Life is housed in a large barn behind the historic Rippavilla Plantation. More than 500 items are on display‚ with many dating to the early 1800s. Visitors will find all kinds of items here‚ from early horseshoe nails to tractors‚ carriages and wagons. The museum is open to the public from April through October on Thursdays‚ Fridays and Saturdays.
Don’t miss the Spring Hill Battlefield, t Historians credit the Battle of Spring Hill as resources in Tennessee, and one that a
the site of a major Civil War campaign. a major fight for control over transportation affected the warâ€™s progress in this area.
Recreation Golf is king At King’s Creek Golf Club, the 18-hole, par 70 attraction saw Arnold Palmer himself visit the course in June 2006 to participate in the official opening ceremonies. “The King” drove the ceremonial first ball about 275 yards off the first tee. King’s Creek has been lauded for its scenic layout. Five sets of tees allow golfers the choice to play the 18 holes from different distances, from 5,078 yards up to 6,807 yards.
Contact Info King’s Creek Golf Club 3901 Kedron Road Spring Hill, TN 37174 (931) 486-1253 (615) 333-1788 Visit the website
Recreation Longview Recreation Center
The Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill is loc at 2909 Commonwealth Drive. The facility provides recreation opportunities for residents of Spring Hill. more information, visit the Williamson County Parks Recreation website at www.wcparksandrec.com.
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Amenities • Fitness Center • Sitting Service • Indoor Pool • Outdoor Pool • Locker Rooms • Two-Court Gymnasium • Indoor Walking Track • Arts & Crafts Classes • Therapeutic Recreation • Senior Activities • Two Racquetball Courts • Group Fitness Room • Four Outdoor Tennis Courts • Game Room
Harvey park evans Park Harvey Park features two picnic shelters with cooking grills, a half mile walking trail, playground, and restroom facilities.
Evans Park features two picnic shelters, ball fields, a recreation complex, a playground, restroom facilities and a dog park.
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Jerry erwin park Spring Hill is home to Jerry Erwin Park, which joins with Spring Hill’s Battlefield Park. “There are historic markers, a beautiful creek and a paved trail,” says Sonjalyn Rine, recreation specialist for Maury County Parks and Recreation.
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Education In Spring Hill, the emphasis on education is strong, and families often move to the area because of its reputation for academic excellence. From the earliest stages of learning to college preparation, public and private schools in Spring Hill offer parents a safe and stimulating environment for their children. Schools in both the Maury County and Williamson County district rank high in test scores, studentteacher interaction and parent satisfaction.
Maury County Schools VISIT THE WEBSITE
Marvin Wright Elementary School
Spring Hill Middle School
Spring Hill Elementary School
High School: Spring Hill High School
Williamson County Schools VISIT THE WEBSITE
Longview Elementary Chapmans Retreat Elementary Heritage Elementry Bethesda Elementary Allendale Elementary
Heritage Middle Spring Station Middle
High School: Independence High School
Private Schools K-12:
Spring Hill Academy
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Shopping & Dinin
The Crossings of Spring Hill is a shopping center at t northeast corner of U.S. Highway 31 and Saturn Parkw development features a pedestrian friendly design an stores such as Target and Kohlâ€™s along with nearly 50 Restaurants in the area offer a wide range of dining o for everyone; from the most popular restaurant chain owned establishments.
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Hibachi grill and sushi bar 2029 Wall St. (615) 302-0388 Visit the website
Spring Hillâ€™s original Italian eatery 5441 Main St. 931-486-9000 Visit the website
olive garden Italian restaurant
1098 Crossings Circle (931) 486-1294 Visit the website
Numbers to Know Police 199 Town Center Parkway (931) 486-2252 Fire 4000 Campbell Station Parkway (931) 486-2808 (615) 302-4668 Post Office 223 Town Center Parkway (931) 486-2629 Garbage Waste Mgmt (931) 270-0950 Garbageman, Inc (931) 270-0950 Telephone/Internet AT&T Business (866) 620-6000, Residential (888) 757-6500 Charter (866) 207-3663
Spring Hill Public Library 144 Kedron Parkway (931)486-2932 phone (931)486-3927 fax Parks and Recreation 931-487-0027 407 McLemore Ave. Planning & Zoning 931-486-2252 Ext. 212 P.O. Box 789 199 Town Center Parkway Links Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce City of Spring Hill Images Williamson County Magazine Images Maury County Magazine