Greater Nashville Community Guide | Williamson County

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COMMUNITY GUIDE
WILLIAMSON COUNTY
Brentwood College Grove Fairview Franklin Leiper’s Fork Nolensville Spring Hill Thompson’s Station 1–2 3–4 5–6 7–8 9–10 11–12 13–14 15–16 Live the life you envision in the home you envision. Live Williamson County.
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BRENTWOOD

A suburban paradise, Brentwood offers proximity to Downtown Nashville with luxury homes, condos, and townhomes. Home to a handful of Fortune 500 companies and access to three major interstate highways, Brentwood is a commuter’s dream. However, you won’t have to travel far for five-star restaurants and luxury shopping destinations, as Brentwood is home to plenty of options. This community is ideal for people of all ages, with award-winning public schools and 13 town parks.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Abundant Housing Options, High Ranking Public School System, Several Parks, Golf Courses, Shopping and Dining

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $315,000 - $6,115,360 | Median: $1,400,000 Condos: $319,000 - $925,000 | Median: $500,000

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 11 miles ZIP CODE: 37027

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COLLEGE GROVE

One of the oldest communities in Williamson County, College Grove is an unincorporated area near Franklin and Murfreesboro. College Grove is a lovely small town, primarily rural which is part of its charm. College Grove invites you to roll the windows down and take a leisurely stroll down the crop-lined two-lane roads. Home to a pair of public farms, visitors can get up close with dairy cows at Hatcher Family Dairy and see the 96-acre Delvin Farms, which supplies signature vegetables to farmer’s markets, restaurants, and grocery stores around Middle Tennessee. If you are looking for a remote countryside home, College Grove may be perfect for you!

HIGHLIGHTS: Rolling Hills, Farmer’s Markets, Restaurants, Countryside Living, Farms + Orchids, The Grove Gated Community

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $450,299 - $11,000,000 | Median: $1,064,060 Condos: N/A DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 37 miles ZIP CODE: 37046

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FAIRVIEW

Fairview is a hidden quaint town on the edge of Nashville. As this city grows, its local charm remains. One of the largest city parks in Tennessee is situated in Fairview – Bowie Nature Park. Highways like State Route 100 and State Route 96 give residents direct access to Interstates 40 and 840, and the big-city attractions of Nashville are only 20 minutes away. Living in Fairview gives residents a rustic vibe, and most residents own their homes. In Fairview, you will find large family farms, subdivisions, single-family homes, as well as townhomes.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Fariview Park, Bowie Nature Park, Cafes, Restaurants

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $150,000 - $1,450,000 | Median: $512,295

Condos: $210,000 - $435,700 | Median: $420,200

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 30 miles ZIP CODE: 37062

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FRANKLIN

Located just 30 minutes south of Downtown Nashville and 20 minutes from Downtown Brentwood, the historic and charming city of Franklin has a tight-knit community feel that so many residents love. With an abundance of restaurants, shopping and entertainment options, there will always be something to keep you busy throughout the year. The town square and Main Street will give you a small-town feel, but Franklin has everything you could ever need right in town. Franklin also offers plenty of spaces to keep active and spend time outdoors, including parks, greenways, and trails. You will find plenty of historic homes, cottages, townhomes, and luxury homes in Franklin, making Franklin the perfect city for anyone searching for their new home.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Historic Downtown, Antique Stores, Dickens Of A Christmas, Local Festivals

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $225,000 - $5,500,000 | Median: $900,000 Condos: $224,000 - $995,000 | Median: $420,000 DISTANCE TO

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37064,
FRANKLIN
DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 22 miles ZIP CODE: 37027,
37065, 37067, 37068, 37069
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LEIPER’S FORK

Nestled in the rolling green hills of Williamson County, this historic village has everything you need. If you want a truly unique Tennessee experience, add the charming village of Leiper’s Fork to your list. This come-as-you-are treasure is a homegrown mix of picturesque surroundings, culture, and Southern fare. Porch swings and friendly neighbors abound. You will discover single-family residences, along with land and an ample amount of equestrian properties, amongst the rolling hills.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Natchez Trace Parkway, Leiper’s Fork Market, Lawnchair Theater, 1892 Restaurant, Fox & Locke, Pot N’ Kettle Cottages, Leiper’s Fork Distillery, Shops at Leiper’s Corner, Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade (occurs annually on the second Saturday of December)

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 28 miles ZIP CODE: 37064

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NOLENSVILLE

Nolensville is centrally located to many of Middle Tennessee’s larger cities but still offers a charming, smalltown feel. Farmhouses, subdivisions, and townhomes surrounded by beautiful scenery make Nolensville so desirable to many, in addition to its proximity to Nashville, Franklin, and Murfreesboro. Residents can enjoy the eccentric antique stores, bed + breakfasts, southern restaurants, a handful of parks, and the annual Buttercup Festival, making Nolensville so well-rounded in everything it has to offer. In Spring Hill, you will find subdivisions, single-family homes, as well as townhomes.

HIGHLIGHTS: Antique Stores, Menkveld Farm, The Feed Mill Amish Country Store

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $100,000 - $2,044,000 | Median: $874,990 Condos: $487,500 | Median: $487,500 DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 22 miles ZIP CODE: 37135

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SPRING HILL

Spring Hill, located in both Williamson and Maury counties, offers residents an easy commute to Downtown Nashville, Brentwood, and other Middle Tennessee cities, while still holding onto the small-town charm that residents take pride in. Driving through Main Street, you will be in awe of the views of rolling hills and find many shops and restaurants to enjoy your free time. In addition, new shopping and restaurant developers have been rapidly expanding, so you’ll always have somewhere new to try. In Spring Hill, you will find large family farms, subdivisions, single-family homes, as well as a few townhomes. HIGHLIGHTS: Fast-growing, Historic, Different Housing Options PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $357,474 - $1,500,000 | Median: $627,048 Condos: $258,000 - $451,000 | Median: $369,900

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DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 37 miles ZIP CODE: 37174 | 37179
SPRING HILL

THOMPSON’S STATION

Thompson’s Station is rich in history, being a shipping hub in the 19th century and the location of a major civil war battle. But today, Thompson’s Station is a peaceful country getaway with fresh air and rolling hills. Residents can also spend free time outside in the 23-acre public park, complete with a playground, picnic area, and hiking trails. In Thompson’s Station, you will find single-family homes as well as subdivisions, townhomes, and farms.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Historic, Small-town Community Feel, Country Living, Circa Grill

PRICE RANGE:

Residential Homes: $217,000 - $11,475,000 | Median: $775,000 Condos: $275,000 - $530,000 | Median: $449,900

DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN: NOTES: 30 miles ZIP CODE: 37179

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