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IN THE MARKET

Find your home sweet home in Middle Tennessee

8 LUXURY LIVING FROM DREES HOMES Affordable custom homes in Franklin

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• Shop for your new home with our real estate listings. • See where the growth is happening with maps of each community. • Use the demographic data to size up the market.

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Brittain Downs: Nolensville / Williamson Co. (615) 202-2566 Homes from $389,900 - $500,000 High Point: Brentwood Address, (615) 604-7353 Townhomes from $194,900 - $240’s Lenox Creekside: Nashville / Davidson Co. (615) 481-8258 Condos from $117,900 - $150’s Lenox of Smyrna: Smyrna / Rutherford Co. (615) 668-6350 Townhomes from $125,900 - $140’s Homes from $146,900 - $200’s Primm Springs Estates: Murfreesboro / Rutherford Co. (615) 566-6486 Homes from $249,900 - $330’s Woodside: Spring Hill / Williamson Co. (615) 207-9530 Townhomes from the $139,900 - $190’s Homes from $169,900 - $249,900 Arden Village: Columbia / Maury Co. (615) 218-4318 Homes from $134,900 - $224,900


IN THE MARKET

WELCOME TO MIDDLE TENNESSEE

Find your home sweet home When people look for a place to put down roots, there are a number of things they consider: the economic outlook, diversity of communities, educational and cultural opportunities, and jobs. And it doesn’t hurt to throw in a good dose of Southern hospitality. In Middle Tennessee, prospective home buyers can find all that — and so much more. WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE? Music City is the pulse and heartbeat of Middle Tennessee. Lauded as a desirable place to live and visit, Nashville is the crowning jewel of A view of the Tennessee State Capitol from Bicentennial Capitol Mall State our region. Surrounded by counties that offer Park. DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP diverse housing options and other opportunities, Middle Tennessee strikes a chord with people from all walks of life. From top-notch art exhibits at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts to the musical nightlife JOBS & MORE Business growth and job opportunities are vital to a healthy econon Lower Broadway, the entertainment and cultural opportunities here are endless. Add to that fine dining, a first-rate symphony, vari- omy, and Nashville’s economic outlook is bright. Known as a recordous stage productions and recreational diversions and you have a ing capital and hotbed of music publishing, Music City has several key employers in other industries, including Vanderbilt, HCA, Nissan haven for tourists and residents alike. and Gaylord. With an eye toward the future, city leaders are building a new convention center, which is set to open in 2013. ACCOLADES The Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau cites Music City HOUSING as “a favorite place for conventioneers and tourists alike, as well Whether you prefer the comfort and convenience of a traditional as a great place to work, live and raise a family.” Plenty of others neighborhood development or the luxury of a downtown condo, seem to agree. On Travel + Leisure’s list of “America’s Friendliest Nashville and Middle Tennessee have housing options to suit every Cities,” Nashville comes in first with residents and third with visitors. lifestyle and budget. From the excitement and fast pace of the city According to MSN Travel Nashville ranks 13th on its list of “Coolest to the relaxing atmosphere of the suburbs, a home search in Middle North American Cities.” Tennessee is sure to find a place that you want to call home.

ADVERTISER index Bridgemore Village/TollgateVillage..................................... 53 Drees Homes..................................................Cover, 8, 9, 10, 11 Ford Custom Classic Homes...........................................38, 39 Fox Ridge Homes.............................................................. 14, 15 Goodall Homes.......................................................................... 7 John Wieland Homes............................................................. 49 Lockridge Homes...................................................................... 3 Nashville Lifestyles................................................................. 13 New Home Connection.......................................................... 50 Norfolk Homes......................................................................... 19 Ole South Properties.............................................................. 67

Phillips Builders (Arrington Retreat).................................... 47 Phillips Builders (Autumn Creek)......................................... 31 Phillips Builders (Stone Hall)................................................. 25 Regent Homes........................................................................... 5 Republic Bank............................................................................ 2 Ryan Homes.............................................................................43 Tennessee Valley Homes....................................................... 45 The Jones Company(Dav/Wilson Counties)....... Back Cover The Jones Company ( Williamson County)......................... 41 The Jones Company ( Kelsey Glen)....................................... 59 Turnberry Homes.................................................................... 51

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f you’re looking for an affordably priced new custom home in Franklin, make your move to Hurstbourne Park today. Drees has just opened a new phase of large home sites at this exceptional swim club community that are just perfect for a brand-new Drees home. “Buyers are surprised to learn they can purchase a home at Hurstbourne Park for under $500,000,” says Drees’ Nash-

ville Division President Ron Schroeder. “We currently have several great home plans available to build that start in the mid-$400s.” Schroeder notes that Hurstbourne Park is conveniently situated off Highway 96 just over a mile from Interstate 65; this offers residents quick access to the greater Nashville area. Located within the highly sought after Williamson County

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The open family room, kitchen and breakfast room arrangement of the Royce II plan is perfect for entertaining.

School District, Hurstbourne Park features a private resident clubhouse, resort-style swimming pool, nature trails and more than 16 acres of dedicated open space. The community is just minutes from historic downtown Franklin and the upscale shops and restaurants of Cool Springs. At Drees’ Design Center in Brentwood, a Design Consultant will help you customize your new Drees home with all the latest features so that you’re assured of getting the new home you want, exactly how you envisioned it. Plus, DreeSmart Conservation Innovations, backed by Energy Star

Certification, can save you up to 50 percent or more on your annual utility bills. Drees Homes is proud to celebrate its 85th anniversary. Family owned and one of the most respected names in the building industry, Drees is currently ranked nationally as the 22nd largest homebuilder by BUILDER magazine. The company has been one of the few to receive the home building industry’s “Triple Crown” — National Builder of the Year, National Housing Quality Award and America’s Best Builder. In addition to Hurstbourne Park, you’ll find Drees homes in other communities throughout greater Nashville, including neighborhoods in Franklin, Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet and Murfreesboro. And you can literally build a Drees home anywhere — even on your own lot — through the company’s off-site homebuilding division, Design Gallery Homes by Drees.

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The Abriel, from the Drees’ Clarity Collection, includes a covered outdoor living area that can be used almost all year long.

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CUSTOM HOMES WITHOUT THE CUSTOM PRICE. For decades, Drees’ commitment to style, craftsmanship and quality has been reflected in every detail. From our customizable floorplans to the hundreds of choices at our Design Center, you can create a home to perfectly fit your life. And with DreeSmart Conservation Innovations, your Drees home will be as energy efficient as it is unique. Build a home that not only stands out, but also stands the test of time.


FRANKLIN Springhouse at Breezeway from the mid $400s Hurstbourne Park from the mid $400s

(615) 472-1516 (615) 794-9352

BRENTWOOD Halcyon Estates from the low $700s

(615) 371-9750

NOLENSVILLE Arrington Retreat from the upper $300s

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Winterset Woods from the mid $300s

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NASHVILLE Burkitt Place from the low $300s

(615) 776-7672

GALLATIN Fairvue Plantation from the mid $400s

(615) 824-7407

HENDERSONVILLE Fountain Brooke from the upper $200s

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MT. JULIET Cobblestone Landing from the upper $200s

(615) 500-4746

MURFREESBORO The Villages of Berkshire from the mid $200s

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Marymont Springs from the mid $300s

(615) 890-8146

Design Gallery Homes by Drees (615) 376-9498 If you already own a lot or need help finding one, you can build a luxurious Drees home anyplace. Models open daily 11-6, Saturday 10-6, Sunday 12-6 Drees Homes Main Office: (615) 371-9750 dreeshomes.com Prices subject to change without notice.

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underwriter. The commitment remains as long as the borrower still meets the qualification requirements at the time of purchase. This does not guaranty a loan until the property has passed inspections underwriting guidelines.

Appraisal: A document from a professional that gives an estimate of a property’s fair market value based on the sales of comparable homes in the area and the features of a property. An appraisal is generally required by a lender before loan approval to ensure the mortgage loan amount is not more than the value of the property.

Prequalify: A lender informally determines the maximum amount an individual is eligible to borrow. This is not a guaranty of a loan.

Debt-to-income ratio: A comparison or ratio of gross income to housing and nonhousing expenses. With the FHA, the monthly mortgage payment should be no more than 29 percent of monthly gross income (before taxes) and the mortgage payment combined with nonhousing debts should not exceed 41 percent of income. Loan origination fee: A charge by the lender to cover the administrative costs of making the mortgage. This charge is paid at the closing and varies with the lender and type of loan. A loan origination fee of 1 to 2 percent of the mortgage amount is common.

Private mortgage insurance (PMI): Insurance purchased by a buyer to protect the lender in the event of default. The cost of mortgage insurance is usually added to the monthly payment. Mortgage insurance is generally maintained until more than 20 percent of the outstanding amount of the loan is paid or for a set period of time (seven years is normal). Mortgage insurance may be available through a government agency, such as the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) or the Veterans Administration (VA), or through private mortgage insurance companies. Title: A legal document establishing the right of ownership and is recorded to make it part of the public record. Also known as a deed. Title insurance: Insurance that protects the lender against any claims that arise from arguments about ownership of the property; also available for homebuyers. This insurance policy guarantees the accuracy of a title search protecting against errors. Most lenders require the buyer to purchase title insurance protecting the lender against loss in the event of a title defect. This charge is included in the closing costs. A policy that protects the buyer from title defects is known as an owner’s policy and requires an additional charge.

Net income: Your take-home pay, the amount of money that you receive in your paycheck after taxes and deductions. Points: A point is equal to 1 percent of the principal amount of your mortgage. For example, if you get a mortgage for $95,000, 1 point means you pay $950 to the lender. Lenders frequently charge points on both fixed-rate and adjustablerate mortgages in order to increase the yield on the mortgage and to cover loan closing costs. These points usually are collected at closing and may be paid by the borrower, by the home seller or may be split between them. Preapproval: A lender commits to lend to a potential borrower a fixed loan amount based on a completed loan application, credit reports, debt and savings and review by an 12 | TENNESSEE HOMES | APRIL - MAY 2013 | www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes

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HOME. A market lea er offering 14 ommunities from the $120s to the $240s. BELLEVUE 1. Avondale 615.349.5336 | Single-family homes from the upper $180s. Estate homes from the $230s. Best value in Bellevue, convenient to I-40, Vanderbilt and downtown Nashville.

GALLATIN 2. Fairway Farms 615.238.5976 | The Fairways from the $220s. Community pool. 3-car garages, 4-sides brick and golf course lots.

5. Parmley Cove 615.876.0351 | Single-family homes from the $140s. Large homesites. Near historic Whites Creek, Downtown Nashville and the airport.

MURFREESBORO 6. Sommersby 615.624.3863 | Single-family homes from the $150s. Oversized, wooded and cul-de-sac homesites available.

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HERMITAGE 3. Towering Oaks

615.895.2191 | Single-family homes from the $160s. Two community swimming pools.

615.480.4639 | Single-family homes from the low $200s. Large wooded lots, basements available, up to 4,500 sq. ft. New phase now open!

8. Muirwood

NASHVILLE 4. Jordan Ridge at Eaton’s Creek 615.876.0351 | Single-family homes from the low $140s. Amazing views in a new section at a fantastic value. Final phase now selling! Only a few homesites remaining!

615.893.8827 | Single-family homes from the low $180s. Side-entry garages included, 3-car option available. Value that goes beyond location.

9. River’s Down 615.895.2191 | Single-family homes from the $220s. Large homesites, side-entry garages, cottage brick exteriors, convenient location.

NOLENSVILLE 11. Silver Stream Farms 615.405.4335 | Single-family homes from the upper $240s. Community pool, cabana, walking trails and acres of common area.

SpRING HILL 12. The Reserve at Port Royal 931.486.1428 | Single-family homes from the low $140s. Fantastic location just off Saturn Pkwy, pool and cabana, acres of open space. Final Phase-only a few home sites remaining!

13. Campbell Station 615.302.3042 | Single-family homes from the upper $230s. Williamson County, 4-sides brick and side-entry garage included.

MT. JULIET 14. Cobblestone Landing 615.708.8039 | Single-family homes from the low 220s. Wilson County, community pool, walking trails and wooded homesites. Visit our new Palermo model!

10. River’s Edge 615.895.2191 | Single-family homes from the $240s. Large homesites, cottage brick exterior, convenient location.

MOdEL HOURS: Sun-Mon, 1-6; Tue-Sat, 10-6 AGENTS WARMLy WELcOMEd Prices, offers, financing and availability subject to change without notice. NVR, Inc. is a recipient of the EPA’s 2011 and 2012 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award – Large Builder, and Fox Ridge Homes is an NVR brand. See Sales and Marketing Representative for details.


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Pack a first-day box Have each child pack a box of things (favorite toys, books or stuffed animals) that they will want the first day you move into your new home. Have the movers pack these boxes last so that you can easily access them when you arrive and begin unloading boxes. If you are moving a long distance, have each child pack some items in a bag to keep them entertained during the trip.

hen adults decide to move, it’s often to pursue an exciting opportunity or discover a new place. For children, moving can be much harder to understand as they may be leaving the only place they’ve ever called home. As you travel through adulthood, the unknown becomes more alluring. You’ve been through major life changes before. That’s why it’s important to take some steps to make this major transition easier on your kids. To help make moving easier for the youngsters in your household, the moving experts at Penske truck rental offer these tips to help your children adapt to a new place, along with some practical moving advice for families:

Communicate It can be difficult to tell your kids that they’ll be moving, so it’s important to make sure they know they can talk to you about their feelings regarding the move. Try to keep the conversation positive. Tell them about all the fun things they’ll be able to do in their new home, while acknowledging that they’ll feel some sadness about leaving their old one.

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Help them say goodbye Organize a going-away party for your children and their friends, and work with the parents of their friends to gather contact information so the kids can keep in touch after you move. Take inventory Take a minute with each child to go through toys and clothes to see what can be donated. By letting them help with these decisions, you can eliminate any angst that might come if they realize something they wanted was left behind when you get to your new home.

Form a moving team To help your move go quickly and smoothly, create roles for older children so that they can help out. If possible, arrange for someone to watch younger children so that you can focus on performing moving-related tasks. Using hired movers will also help take some of the pressure off and allow you to tend to your kids. Younger children may be thrilled by the chance to see the moving truck up close, so take the time to show it to them.

Help them feel at home Show your kids around parks and other attractions in your new community to help them feel excited about their new home. Plan ahead to get them enrolled in activities with other children so they can quickly make new friends. Explain to them that making new friends takes time and they shouldn’t feel discouraged if it doesn’t happen for them right away. Communicate with their teachers to see if there’s anything special you can do to help your children feel more comfortable at school. By doing the little things to help your children cope with the tough parts of moving, you’ll put them in a position to acclimate to their new home more quickly. For more helpful moving tips, visit www.pensketruckrental.com. —ARA CONTENT

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Are you ready to buy?

new home starts in middle tennessee

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f you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to buy a house, don’t wait any longer. For the last few years, we’ve been in a buyers market — a period marked by lower prices and plenty of home inventory. While conditions are still favorable for buyers, the market is starting to turn. According to Brian Laster, president of InfoSource, (a market research firm located in Franklin), last year was the most active period for new home starts since the beginning of the economic downturn. In fact, statistics from the National Association of Realtors show that total home sales in 2012 reached the highest level we’ve seen since 2007. Laster says new-home starts for the 10-county region in Middle Tennessee reached a record low of 5,420 in 2010, but housing starts are on the increase, with the same region reporting 7,179 starts in 2012. “That’s a 32% increase from the bottom,” says Laster. “Thirty-two percent is a positive sign of renewed demand.” That renewed demand means a smaller inventory of available homes. What does that mean for you? “This means more home buyers are competing for new homes thereby creating a moderate sellers market,” says Laster. And that means, if you’ve been waiting, it’s time to make a move. “Now is the time to buy,” says Laster. According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, both home sales and home prices will continue to increase in 2013. And right now, even though inventory is down and prices are creeping up, mortgage rates are still at historic lows. According to mortgage lender Freddie Mac, the rate for a conventional 30-year fixed-rate mortgage reached a record low of 3.35 percent last December. And Laster says 15-year fixed-rate loans can be had for less than 3 percent. “I would counsel new-home buyers to purchase sooner rather than later. Do your homework regarding location and market availability and take advantage of the extremely low mortgage interest rates. Interest rates will eventually rise,” advises Laster. “Buy what you can afford. Remember you are looking for a home and quality of living more than an investment.”

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NASHVILLE & SURROUNDING COUNTIES

Finding a home is much easier when you utilize the helpful information on the following pages. Read all about the county you’re interested in and see available housing in each area. These new-home communities offer something for everyone and every budget. To find out more about a specific community, see the corresponding overview located in the listings section for each county.

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Donelson, Hermitage, Old Hickory, Percy Priest Lake Antioch, Airport area, Hickory Hollow, Percy Priest area Sumner County (Gallatin, Hendersonville, Portland, White House) Williamson County (Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, Nolensville) Wilson County (Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, Watertown) Cheatham County (Ashland City, Kingston Springs, Pegram)

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Robertson County (Greenbrier, Springfield, White House) Dickson County (Burns, Charlotte, Dickson, White Bluff) Maury County (Columbia, Spring Hill) Marshall County (Chapel Hill, Elk Ridge South, Lewisburg) Rutherford County (Eagleville, La Vergne, Murfreesboro, Smyrna) Montgomery County (Clarksville, Fort Campbell, Lone Oak, St. Bethlehem)


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Nashville: A modern-day boom town Nashville has long been known for its country music scene, but these days the city is getting national attention for more than just its tunes. National publications are taking note of everything Nashville, from food and fashion to music and more. Forbes magazine ranks Nashville third on its list of “Next Big Boom Towns.” The music scene was one factor that led to the city’s inclusion on the list; other criteria included job growth (both past and projected for the future), quality of life, fewer traffic tie-ups compared with other cities its size, affordable housing prices, a “pro-business environment” and a growing infrastructure. Forbes. com calls Nashville one of the “Best Places for Business and Careers,” and the city ranks 27th among “Cities on the Edge” (by Sperling’s Best Places) for its scores in categories such as sports, art, music, culture and cosmopolitan factors (like LEED certifications and population growth). While some may think of Nashville as a meat-and-three kind of town, the venerable New York Times knows that Nashville has so much more up its culinary sleeve. A recent NYT article shined a spotlight on East Nashville cuisine. From the Farmer’s Market to food trucks to gourmet popsicles at Las Paletas, Nashville’s hip food scene is evidence of a diverse culture, which in turn attracts residents from all walks of life and supports an eclectic mix of businesses. Readers of Travel + Leisure have also noticed Nashville’s taste for good food, voting the city #16 among the “Best U.S. Cities for Foodies.” The city also earned a nod recently from GQ magazine, with an eight-page spread touting Music City’s influence in music, small business, food and fashion. Nashville’s vibrant music scene is still a trait that earns notice, but these days it’s not just country music that’s thriving in Nashville; Music City’s burgeoning pop scene recently led The Atlantic to dub Nashville the “Silicon Valley of the music business.” The publication cited Nashville’s transformation from “country music outpost” to a major player in the world of commercial music. And with venues like The Bluebird Cafe, 3rd and Lindsley and The Station Inn, it’s not surprising that last year Rolling Stone magazine declared that Music City has the “Best Music Scene” in the country. But Nashville is so much more than the media darling of the moment; many thriving industries have a long history here. Bridgestone, HCA, BMI, Thomas Nelson Publishing, LP (Louisiana-Pacific) and Dollar General all have corporate offices in Nashville — a testament to the strong business foundations and economic growth here. Great food, good fun, affordable housing and a healthy business climate — these are just some of the reasons to sing the praises of America’s Music City.

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The Bridgestone Arena is home to The Predators, Nashville’s NHL team. DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP

AT A GLANCE 2012 county population . ............................ 633,468 Growth rate since 2000..................................... 11% 2012 community populations Nashville.............................................................. 359,890 Antioch....................................................................80,412 Bellevue..................................................................74,217 Hermitage...............................................................36,086 Madison..................................................................37,026 Median housing value:...................................$165,405 Median household income (2012):........... $45,357 Source: Claritas 2012


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2012 SCHOOL REPORT CARD GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS K-5 PK-4 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-5 PK-4 K-12 K-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 K-6 PK-4 PK-4 K-5 PK-4 K-4 K-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 K-4 K-4 PK-4 K-4 K-4 PK-4 PK-4 K-5 K-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 PK-5 PK-4 PK-4 K-8 K-4 K-5 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 K-4 K-4 K-4 K-4 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 PK-5 PK-4 K-4 K-4 K-4 PK-4 K-4

O O F O R O P O F O O O O O O O F F O R F O O O O R O O O F O O O O O O O O O O O O O F O O O O O O R O P O O O O O O R O O O O F O O O O O O O O O O O O

535 303 630 504 355 319 389 225 353 270 363 496 816 9 362 340 468 480 225 373 548 81 261 131 459 357 432 158 664 430 584 713 718 411 790 646 286 491 326 311 874 255 465 353 574 257 721 293 700 42 277 789 350 436 433 316 724 535 319 528 610 369 249 198 615 299 245 285 664 416 652 538 523 541 947 312 480

Middle School Design Centers Croft 5-8 Haynes Health/Medical 5-8

O O

750 277

Middle Magnet Head Math/Science I.T. Creswell Arts Meigs MLK Jr. Rose Park Math/Science

5-8 5-8 5-8 7-12 5-8

O O R R R

598 510 708 1154 416

Other Baxter Alternative 7-12 McCann Alternative K-8 McKissack Professional 5-8

O O O

102 42 292

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Comp. High Schools Antioch 9-12 Cane Ridge 9-12 Glencliff 9-12 Hillsboro 9-12 Hillwood 9-12 Hunters Lane 9-12 John Overton 9-12 Maplewood State/LEA 9-12 McGavock 9-12 Middle Coll. at NSCC 10-12 Nashville Big Picture 9-12 Pearl Cohn 9-12 Stratford 9-12 Whites Creek 9-12 Other Academy/Old Cockrill 9-12 Academy/Opry Mills 9-12 Baxter Alternative 7-12 Cohn Alternative 9-12 East Literature 5-12 Hume-Fogg Magnet 9-12 Liberty Collegiate 5-12 Nashville Prep 9-12 Nashville School/Arts 9-12

O O O O O O O F O O O F O O

1818 1431 1198 999 1146 1557 1692 894 2046 87 166 764 660 909

O O O O O R O O R

121 97 102 88 1203 908 99 92 702

R = Reward schools. Reward schools are made up of the top 5 percent of schools in the state for performance—as measured by overall student achievement levels—and the top 5 percent for year-over-year progress—as measured by gains in student achievement. These 10 percent of schools receive recognition for their success under the accountability system. P = Priority schools. Priority schools are in the bottom 5 percent of overall performance across tested grades and subjects. These schools will receive one of four types of supports: • Placement in the state-run Achievement School District • Turnaround under the governance of a district-led Innovation Zone • Turnaround through one of the federal School Improvement Grant plans, subject to state approval • District-led school improvement planning processes, subject to direct ASD intervention in the absence of improved results. F = Focus schools. Focus schools are the 10 percent of schools across the state with the largest achievement gaps between groups of students. This designation does not indicate low achievement levels. In fact, focus schools may be highperforming schools that show significant year-over-year gains, but fail to close gaps between groups of students. Focus schools will address underperforming groups by: • Implementing programs targeted at specific subgroups of students • Applying for competitive Focus school grants aimed at closing achievement gaps • Using state resources, if necessary, to help fund programming to spur subgroup growth.) O = Other. The 75 percent of schools in the middle of the scale. Note: Reward, Priority and Focus schools represent 25 percent of Tennessee schools. Schools labeled as Other are not in the top 10 percent of schools (Reward), nor are they in the bottom 5 percent (Priority). They also are not among the 10 percent of schools in the state with the highest achievement gaps (Focus).

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Education Metropolitan Nashville Public Schoolswww.mnps.org Contacts: Public Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259-8400, 259-4636 School Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259-8520 System Profile Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Safe Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 % Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74,680 Graduation Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78.4% Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,127 Percent of core courses taught by highly qualified teachers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99.5 Administrators: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 592 Funding Per-Student Expenditure: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,012 Percent of Source of Budget Funds; Local . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56.4 State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.8 Federal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28.9 Source:Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2012 For a comprehensive look at Report Card 2012 results for all Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, log on to www.tennessee.gov/education/reportcard and select the Davidson County school system.

NASHVILLE | ANTIOCH | BELLE MEADE | BELLEVUE | DONELSON | GREEN HILLS | JOELTON | HERMITAGE

A.Z. Kelley Alex Green Amqui Andrew Jackson Bellshire Bordeaux Buena Vista Caldwell Carter Lawrence Chadwell Charlotte Park Cockrill Cole Cora Howe Crieve Hall Cumberland Dan Mills Dodson Drexel Prep Dupont Eakin East End Prep Fall-Hamilton Gateway Glencliff Glendale Glengarry Glenn Glenview Goodlettsville Gower Granbery Harpeth Valley Hattie Cotton Haywood Henry Maxwell Hermitage Hickman Hull Jackson Montessori Inglewood J. E. Moss Joelton John B. Whitsitt Jones Paideia Julia Green Kirkpatrick Lakeview Lockeland May Werthan Shayne McCann Alternative McGavock Mt. View Napier Neely’s Bend Norman Binkley Old Center Paragon Mills Park Avenue Pennington Percy Priest Robert Churchwell Robert E. Lilliard Rosebank Ross Ruby Major Shwab Smithson Craighead Stanford Montessori Stratton Sylvan Park Paideia Thomas A. Edison Tom Joy Tulip Grove Tusculum Una Warner Westmeade

GRADE SCHOOL # OF SCHOOL LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS Antioch 5-8 O 451 Apollo 5-8 O 927 Bailey 5-8 P 459 Bellevue 5-8 O 697 Brick Church 5-8 P 365 Cameron 5-8 O 363 Donelson 5-8 O 701 Dupont Hadley 5-8 O 664 Dupont Tyler 5-8 O 631 East Literature 5-12 O 1226 Goodlettsville 5-8 O 459 Gra-Mar 5-8 P 417 H.G. Hill 5-8 O 559 Isaac Litton 5-8 O 307 Jere Baxter 5-8 O 465 Joelton 5-8 O 365 John Early Paideia 5-8 F 402 John F. Kennedy 6-8 O 872 John T. Moore 5-8 F 584 KIPP Academy 5-6 F 300 Lead Academy 5-9 O 497 Madison 5-7 O 748 Margaret Allen 5-8 O 491 McMurray 5-8 O 796 Neely’s Bend 5-8 O 587 New Vision Academy 5-6 R 136 STEM Prep 5-8 O 101 Smithson Craighead 5-8 P 277 Thurgood Marshall 5-8 O 853 Two Rivers 5-8 O 621 West End 5-8 F 423 William Henry Oliver 5-8 O 788 Wright 5-8 O 875

The Tennessee Department of Education secured a waiver from No Child Left Behind in 2012, allowing the state to continue to improve and meet its own growth goals, rather than the high proficiency cutoffs set by the federal government. For more information, visit http://www.tn.gov/education/reportcard/.

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General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-5000 Mayor’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-6000 Police (non-emergency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-8600 Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-5421 Health Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340-5616 Sheriff’s Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-8123 Licenses/Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-6050 (auto, business and marriage licences) Public Library System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-5800 Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 880-1000 Chipper Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 880-1000 Register of Deeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-6790 County Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-6050 Metro Transit Authority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-5969 Property Assessor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-6080 Codes Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-6500 Metro Satellite Cities Belle Meade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 297-6041 Berry Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 292-5531 Goodlettsville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 851-2200

Forest Hills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383-8447 Oak Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371-8291 Lakewood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 847-2187 Metro Nashville/Davidson County Utilities Nashville Electric Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 736-6900 Piedmont Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 877-279-3636 Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 880-1000 Water Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-4600 Nashville, Hermitage, Joelton, Lakewood, Whites Creek Utilities Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 880-1000 Water Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-4600 Goodlettsville Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 859-2740 Water Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 868-3201 Voter Registration Davidson County Election Commission, 800 Second Ave. S. Visit nashville.gov/vote or call 862-8800.

Driver’s License Testing at 6604 Centennial Blvd. (741-4560 or 741-4561) or 624 Hart Lane (532-9780). Express service for duplicate licenses, renewals, photo IDs and reinstatements (no testing) at 312 Eighth Ave. N., third floor, Tennessee Tower (253-2062) or 1061 Murfreesboro Pike (741-2541). tennessee.gov/safety. Registration/Tags/Emission Testing You must present a valid emissions test certificate, current registration or car title (or the name and address of the lien holder) and pay for the tag and county wheel tax. 862-6050. Emissions testing is $9. Cash (no bills larger than $20, personal checks (# over 500) and credit cards accepted. Testing is offered at: 3494 Dickerson Rd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 715 Gallatin Rd. N. 3363 Stoner Bend Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1317 Antioch Pike 7008 Westbelt Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 501 Craighead St. Open 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Tuesday; 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday. The Antioch Pike station is open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday. 1-866-623-8378 or visit www.nashvillevip.org.

AREA 1 Preserve at Old Hickory (615)-641-2764

Priced from $80’s www.olesouth.com

Convenient, yet secluded within wooded hills, The Preserve at Old Hickory features traditional homes from the low 100s. Adjacent to The Preserve is Old Hickory Commons, a colorful collection of maintenance-free villas starting in the 80’s. Close to Percy Priest Lake, I-24, and area shopping. Directions: From Nashville: I-24 East to Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn left toward Murfreesboro Rd. Community is located 1.3 miles on left. OR From Downtown Nashville, Murfreesboro Road SOUTH to RIGHT on Hobson Pike/Old Hickory Blvd to community on right.

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DELVIN DOWNS

From the $190’s www.CapitolHomeIdeas.com

615-485-7374

Luxury…Convenience…Affordability! Picture a neighborhood nestled into a peaceful countryside setting, a sweeping avenue lined with trees in bloom. Picture families out for a sidewal stroll, admiring beautifully-landscaped yards, set amidst 14 acres of beautiful, unspoiled Tennessee woodland. Picture happy homeowners enjoying the convenience of the location and the tranquitity of the neighborhood, and you’ll be picturing life at Delvin Downs! Convenient to great shopping, commuting, entertainment, Delvin Downs is also situated so your kids can attend one of the best school clusters in Davidson County. Capitol Homes is proud to offer a collection of exciting new homes at Delvin Downs. Starting in the $190s, these homes showcase great design and great value! Most importantly, Capitol Homes builds the same level of quality into every one of its homes, regardless of price. All Capitol Homes feature its best-in-class Entelligent Home™ energy-intelligent home technology package, and are serviced by Capitol’s unique 24-hour Customer Care Warranty Department.

BURKITT PLACE Starting in the 240’s Jeff Gaynor (615)

612-9884

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Burkitt Place Swim Club located in the heart of the community. Jr. Olympic size pool with separate adult and children’s pools. Acres of natural areas and neighborhood pocket parks. Comprehensive pedestrian system including paved trails, unpaved trails, and sidewalks. Playground area the whole family will enjoy. Directions: From Nashville: I-65 to Old Hickory Boulevard East. Continue on Old Hickory Boulevard for 4.2 miles. Make a right onto Nolensvillle Road. Burkitt Place is 5 miles on the left.

From $100,000 - $150,000 Lenox Creekside: $117,900-$150’s; Regent Homes 615-481-8258; www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Shayne Elem, W.H.Oliver, Overton High; Amenities: Underground utilities, sidewalks, tree-lined streets, open space, hillside and creek views. Directions: I-65S to Old Hickory Blvd East (Exit 74A). Go approx 4 miles, turn Right Nolensville Pk. Entrance 2.25 miles on Left just past Holt Rd. Old Hickory Commons: Townhomes from low $90’s; Ole South Properties 615-641-6433, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Mt View Elem, Antioch Middle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: This colorful community features choices of styling: two-bedroom villas or a limited number of three-bedroom Garden Homes that feature 2-car rear-entry garages. Directions: I-24 East to Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn left toward Murfreesboro Rd. Community is located 1.3 miles on left. Old Hickory Hills: $130’s-$160’s; Celebration Homes, 615-533-3213, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: A.Z.Kelley Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Open space; Directions: I-24E Exit 62 Old Hickory Blvd, right off exit ramp. Right on Old Hickory Blvd, continue 2.5 miles to community on Right. Model home on Left. Rivendell Woods: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Located in the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, between Interstates 24 & 65. Located just minutes from downtown Nashville, major shopping malls. Directions: I-24 East, Exit #59 Bell Road, Right (west) on Bell Road approx 1/2 mile, LEFT on Hickory Park Drive (2nd traffic light after exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community. Spencer Hill: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties; Tyron Fournier 615-831-9121: Schools; Cole Elem, Antioch Middle, Cane Ridge High: Amenities; Just minutes away from downtown Nashville, Percy Priest Lake, Nashville International Airport, and area shopping malls. Directions: I-24E, Exit 57A Haywood Ln, Left Keeley Drive. The Preserve at Old Hickory: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-641-2764, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Mt View Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle,

Cane Ridge High;| Amenities: Wide streetscapes with community sidewalks. The community also contains twenty-four acres of greenspace, with an addiHOMES APRIL - MAY 2013 | www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes 22 | TENNESSEE

tional ten acres dedicated to Metroplitan Nashville Parks for future recreational development. Directions: I-24 East to Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn left toward Murfreesboro Rd. Community is located 1.3 miles on left. OR From Downtown Nashville, Murfreesboro Road SOUTH to RIGHT on Hobson


for 4.2 miles. Make a right onto Nolensvillle Road. Burkitt Place is 5 miles on the left. AREA Spencer Hill: 1 From low $100’s; Ole South Properties; Tyron Fournier 615-831-9121: Schools; Cole Elem, Antioch Middle, Cane Ridge High: Amenities; Just Directions: From Nashville: I-65 to Old Hickory Boulevard East. Continue on Old Hickory Boulevard

minutes away from downtown Nashville, From $150,000 $200,000 From $100,000 -- $150,000 wood Ln, Left Keeley Drive.

Percy Priest Lake, Nashville International Airport, and area shopping malls. Directions: I-24E, Exit 57A Hay-

1028 Nunnery Lane, Nashville, TN 37221 (615) 349-5336 www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

AREA 1

AREA 2 From $150,000 - $200,000 AREA 4

AVONDALE

Priced from $180’s-$260’s

1028(Inspiration); Nunnery Lane, Nashville, TN www.LiveJones.com; 37221 (615) 349-5336 www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com Barnes Bend: From $230’s(Americana), From $190’s Jones Co. 615-831-0478 Schools: Shayne, Oliver, Overton; Directions: From Nashville via I-65: Take I-65 S to Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit. Take OHB going east, turn R onto Nolensville Rd.distinct Turn left at Barnes Rd Avondale’s park-like setting with a lovely landscaped boulevard offers JORDAN RIDGE AT EATON’S CREEK Fromthree the $140’s to $180’s & Barnes Bend will be ahead, 2.5 mi on R. neighborhoods, giving you choices and options in the home that is right for you. Plans offered (615) 876-0351 109 Gupton Nashville, TN include 37218 a future www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com range from 1,402 to 3,220 sq. ft. Court, Community features pool, Burkitt Place: $210’s-$400’s; Celebration Homes,cabana 615-568-5075, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Maxwell Elem, Marshall Middle, This beautiful withBasements its rolling hills,available. open spaces, and Henry scenic views, is a must see.Thurgood Eaton’s Creak is the best andcommunity, playground. value in thetot area easy access to major interstates, including I-40, I-24, I-65 and to Briley Just 15Place min. from Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Pool, walking trails, parks, lot.with Directions: South Nolensville Concord Road nextParkway. left. Burkitt entry off Directions: Take I-40 West, Go 18 miles,Road Takepast Exit for McCrory Lane downtown Nashville. Final Phase - Less than seven homesites left! Nolensville Road. (Exit#192) Turn Left off Exit and Go 1.4 miles. Community is on the Left Directions From Downtown Nashville: Take I-40 West to Briley Parkway North (exit 204A).

Go 4.5 mi. to Ashland City Hwy (Exit 24). Turn right on Ashland City Hwy, mi. Middle, Overton High; High Point: $194,900-$240’s; Regent Homes 615-604-7353, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Shayne Elem,Proceed W.H. 0.3 Oliver to left onstreets Cato Rd. 1 mi. on right. Model first right. From $150,000 - $200,000 Amenities: Underground utilities, sidewalks, tree-lined andCommunity open space. Directions: I-65Satto Old Hickory Blvd East (Exit 74A). Go approx 4 miles to TN-0101610378 Right Nolensville Pk, entrance 4 miles on left. Model straight ahead. Avondale: $187s-$290’s; www.FoxRidgeHomes.com. 615-349-5336; Schools: Harpeth Valley Elementary, Bellevue Middle School, Hillwood High School; Amenities: Community features future Pool, Cabana and Play area. Directions: Take I-40 West, Go 18 miles, Take170’s Exit for McCrory Lane (Exit #192. Turn CARRINGTON PLACE Starting in the Left off Exit and Go 1.4 miles. Community is on Jeff the Left. 1028 Nunnery Lane, Nashville, TN 37221. Gaynor( 615) 612-9984 www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

the New “Executive Series” Designer Homes. Conveniently located near Briley Parkway, Minutes Riverwalk: $170’s-$300’s; Celebration Homes, Feature 615-533-3213; rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Gower Elem, H.G.Hill Middle, Hillwood High; from Downtown, Variety of Craftsman styled home with front porches, expansive bonus rooms and open floor Amenities: Jr Olympic pool, adult pool, tot lot, walking trails. Directions: I-40W to McCrory Ln exitGreenway, (192), 1stUnderground Right Newsome Station Road. Go 1.5 miles, plans. Awesome Location close to Proposed Nashville Utilities, turn left into community, go over bridge and takeSidewalks, 1st Right on Watervale. HomeQuaint 1/4 mile on Left. Beautiful Landscaped Entrance. Street lamps, Small, Community,

From $200,000 - +

Directions: From I-40 West, take Briley Parkway North. Take exit 24 and turn right on Ashland City Hwy. Turn left onto Eaton’s Creek Rd. Community is a couple of miles on the right.

Woodland Forest: From $250s; Fox Ridge 615-405-4335 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Gower, Bellevue, Hillwood; Directions: I-40 West to Old From $100,000 - $150,000 Hickory Blvd (exit 199). Right on Old Hickory Blvd, Left on Charlotte Pike. Community entrance located 1/4 mile on R. Model home straight ahead on R. Parmley Cove: $1oo’s-$150’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-876-0351, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Davidson County Schools; Amenities: Walkout & wooded homesites. Exceptional value. Close to historic Whites Creek. Convenient to airport. Directions: I-65N to Exit 82B, merge onto I-40. Go 1 mi. to Exit 211B, then merge onto I-24W toward Clarksville, follow 6 mi. Take Exit 43 onto Briley Pkwy West. Go 2.1 mi, then Exit 19 (Whites Creek Pike). Go Right, 1 mi, community on Right, model home on Left. Parmley Lane, Nashville TN 37189

AREA 4

From $150,000 - $200,000

JORDAN RIDGE AT EATON’S CREEK

From the $140’s to $180’s

(615)615-612-9984; 876-0351 109 Gupton Court,Schools: Nashville, TN 37218 www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com Carrington Place: $160’s-$300’s; Celebration Homes, Jgaynor47@aol.com; Cumberland Elem, Joelton Middle, Whites Creek High; This beautiful community, with its rolling hills, spaces, andright scenic views, is a must see.Hwy, Eaton’sLeft Creak the bestCreek Amenities: Open space, sidewalks. Directions: I-40W to Briley Pkwy North/155, take exitopen 24 and turn onto Ashland City onisEatons value in the area with easy access to major interstates, including I-40, I-24, I-65 and Briley Parkway. Just 15 min. from Rd, community 1 mile on right.

From $200,000 - +

downtown Nashville. Final Phase - Less than seven homesites left!

Directions From Downtown Nashville: Take I-40 West to Briley Parkway North (exit 204A). Go 4.5 mi. to Ashland City Hwy (Exit 24). Turn right on Ashland City Hwy, Proceed 0.3 mi. www.FoxRidgeHomes.com/615-876-0351; Schools: Cumberland Elementary; Joelton to left on Cato Rd. Community 1 mi. on right. Model at first right.

Jordan Ridge at Eatons Creek: $147s-$188’s; Middle School; Whites TN-0101610378 Creek High School; Directions: Take I-40 West to Briley Parkway North (exit 204). Take Briley Pkwy to Ashland City Hwy(exit 24). Turn right on Ashland City Hwy. Proceed .2 miles and turn left on Cato Rd. Community is .9 mi on the right. 109 Gupton Court, Nashville, TN 37218

NASHVILLE | ANTIOCH | BELLE MEADE | BELLEVUE | DONELSON | GREEN HILLS | JOELTON | HERMITAGE

major Hills: shopping malls. Directions: I-24 East, Exit615-533-3213, #59 Bell Road,Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Right (west) on Bell Road approx 1/2 mile, LEFT Elem, on Hickory Park Marshall Drive (2nd traffic Oldville, Hickory $130’s-$160’s; Celebration Homes, Schools: A.Z.Kelley Thurgood Middle, Avondale’s park-like setting with a lovely landscaped boulevard offers three distinct light after Follow 6/10 mile to community. Cane Ridgeexit). High; Amenities: Open space; Directions: I-24E Exit 62 Old Hickory Blvd, right off exit ramp. Right on Old Hickory Blvd, continue 2.5 neighborhoods, giving you choices and options in the home that is right for you. Plans offeredmiles to community on Right.- Model home on Left. range from 1,402 to 3,220 sq. ft. Community features include a future pool, From $150,000 $200,000 cabana and playground. Basements available. Rivendell Woods: From low $100’s; OleFrom South$190’s Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Barnes Bend: From $230’s(Americana), (Inspiration); Jones 615-831-0478 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Shayne, Oliver,Marshall Overton;Middle, DirecDirections: Take I-40Co. West, Go 18 miles, Take Exit for McCrory Lane Cane Amenities: in the hills of Cane between Interstates & 65.east, Located Nashville, tions:Ridge From High; Nashville via I-65:Located Take I-65 S torolling Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit.and Take going turn Rjust onto Nolensville Rd. Turn left at BarnesmaRd (Exit#192) TurnRidge, Left off Exit GoOHB 1.424 miles. Community isminutes on the from Left downtown jor shopping malls. & Barnes Bend will Directions: be ahead, 2.5I-24 mi East, on R.Exit #59 Bell Road, Right (west) on Bell Road approx 1/2 mile, LEFT on Hickory Park Drive (2nd traffic light after exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community. From - $200,000 Burkitt $150,000 Place: $210’s-$400’s; Celebration Homes, 615-568-5075, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Spencer Hill: From $100’s; Ole South Properties; TyrontotFournier 615-831-9121: Schools; Cole Elem, Middle, High: Amenities; Cane Ridge High;low Amenities: Pool, walking trails, parks, lot. Directions: South Nolensville Road pastAntioch Concord Road Cane to nextRidge left. Burkitt Place entryJust off Avondale: $187s-$290’s; www.FoxRidgeHomes.com. 615-349-5336; Schools: Harpeth Valley Bellevue malls. MiddleDirections: School, Hillwood High minutes away from downtown Nashville, Percy Priest Lake, Nashville International Airport,Elementary, and area shopping I-24E, Exit 57ASchool; HayNolensville Road. Amenities: Community features future Pool, Cabana and Play area. Directions: Take I-40 West, Go 18 miles, Take Exit for McCrory Lane (Exit #192. Turn wood Ln, Left Keeley Drive. Left off Exit $194,900-$240’s; and Go 1.4 miles. Regent Community is on615-604-7353, the Left. 1028 www.RegentHomesTN.com; Nunnery Lane, Nashville, TN 37221. High Point: Homes Schools: Shayne Elem, W.H. Oliver Middle, Overton High; TheAmenities: Preserve at Old Hickory: From sidewalks, low $100’s;tree-lined Ole Southstreets Properties 615-641-2764, www.olesouth.com; View Underground utilities, and open space. Directions: I-65S to OldSchools: HickoryMt Blvd EastElem, (ExitThurgood 74A). Go Marshall approx 4 Middle, miles to Riverwalk: $170’s-$300’s; Celebration Homes, 615-533-3213; rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Gower Elem, H.G.Hill Hillwood Cane High; Pk, Amenities: Wide withstraight community sidewalks. The community Schools: also contains twenty-four acres of Middle, greenspace, with an High; addiRightRidge Nolensville entrance 4 milesstreetscapes on left. Model ahead. Amenities: Jr Olympic pool, adult pool, tot lot, walking trails. Directions: I-40W to McCrory Ln exit (192), 1st Right Newsome Station Road. Go 1.5 miles, tional ten acres dedicated to Metroplitan Nashville Parks for future recreational development. Directions: I-24 East to Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn left From $150,000 - $200,000 turn leftMurfreesboro into community, over bridge is and take 1st Home Downtown 1/4 mile on Left. toward Rd.goCommunity located 1.3Right milesononWatervale. left. OR From Nashville, Murfreesboro Road SOUTH to RIGHT on Hobson The Grove at Cane Ridge: Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: A Z Kelly Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Cane Ridge Pike/Old Hickory Blvd to$150’s: community on right. From $200,000 -+ High: Amenities; Playgrounds and tennis court. I-24E, Exit Bell Road, turn right. At stop light turn Right onto Cane Ridge Rd. Community 1.8 miles on Villas left. at Rivendell Woods: From low $110’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Woodland Forest: From $250s; Fox Ridge 615-405-4335 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Gower, Bellevue, Hillwood; Directions: West to Old Middle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Located in the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, between Interstates 24 & 65. Located just minutes from I-40 downtown NashHickory Blvd (exit 199). Right on Old Hickory Blvd, Left Charlotte Pike. Community entrance located1/2 1/4mile, mile on R. Model home straight ahead on R. ville, major shopping malls. Directions: I-24 East, Exit #59onBell Road, Right (west) on Bell Road approx LEFT on Hickory Park Drive (2nd traffic light after exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community.

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Murfreesboro Community is located 1.3 miles on left. OR From615-641-6433, Downtown Nashville, Murfreesboro RoadMt SOUTH to RIGHT on Middle, Hobson Oldtoward Hickory Commons:Rd. Townhomes from low $90’s; Ole South Properties www.olesouth.com; Schools: View Elem, Antioch Pike/Old Hickory to community on right. Cane Ridge High; Blvd Amenities: This colorful community features choices of styling: two-bedroom villas or a limited number of three-bedroom Garden Homes featureWoods: 2-car rear-entry East to 615-731-1968, Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn left towardHenry Murfreesboro Rd. Community located Villas at that Rivendell From lowgarages. $110’s;Directions: Ole South I-24 Properties www.olesouth.com; Schools: Maxwellfrom Elem, ThurgoodisMarshall AVONDALE Priced $180’s-$260’s 1.3 miles Cane on left.Ridge High; Amenities: Located in Middle, the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, between Interstates 24 & 65. Located just minutes from downtown Nash-

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The Grove at Cane Ridge: $150’s: Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: A Z Kelly Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Cane Ridge Lenox Creekside: $117,900-$150’s; Regent$100’s; Homes 615-481-8258; www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Shayne Elem, W.H.Oliver, Overton High; Amenities: The Preserve at Old Hickory: From SouthExit Properties 615-641-2764, www.olesouth.com; Schools: View Elem, Marshall Middle, High: Amenities; Playgrounds and low tennis court.Ole I-24E, Bell Road, turn right. At stop light turn Right ontoMt Cane Ridge Rd.Thurgood Community 1.8 miles on Underground utilities, sidewalks, tree-lined streets,with open space, hillside and creek views. Directions: I-65S to Old Hickoryacres Blvd of East (Exit 74A). Goan approx Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Wide streetscapes community sidewalks. The community also contains twenty-four greenspace, with addileft. 4tional miles,ten turn Right Nolensville Pk. Entrance 2.25 miles on Left just past Holt Rd. development. Directions: I-24 East to Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn left acres dedicated to Metroplitan Nashville Parks for future recreational

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and children’s pools. Acresbetween of natural areas and pocket parks. Comprehensive pedestrian Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Located in the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, Interstates 24neighborhood & 65. Located just minutes from downtown Nashville, masystem including paved trails, unpaved trails, and sidewalks. Playground area the whole jor shopping malls. Directions: I-24 East, Exit #59 Bellwill Road, Right (west) on Bell Road approx 1/2 mile, LEFT on Hickory Park Drive (2nd traffic light affamily enjoy. ter exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community.

CARRINGTON PLACE Starting in the 170’s Jeff Gaynor(615)

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This beautiful community, with its rolling hills, open spaces, and scenic views, is a must see. Eaton’s Creak is the best value in the area with easy access to major interstates, including I-40, I-24, I-65 and Briley Parkway. Just 15 min. from 615-405-4335 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Gower, Bellevue, Hillwood; Directions: I-40 West to Old downtown Nashville. Final Phase - Less than seven homesites left!

Woodland Forest: From $250s; Fox Ridge Hickory Blvd (exit 199). Right on Old Hickory Blvd, Left on Charlotte Pike. Community entrance located 1/4 mile on R. Model home straight ahead on R.

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Directions From Downtown Nashville: Take I-40 West to Briley Parkway North (exit 204A). Go 4.5 mi. to Ashland City Hwy (Exit 24). Turn right on Ashland City Hwy, Proceed 0.3 mi. to left on Cato Rd. Community 1 mi. on right. Model at first right.

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This community, with rolling hills, openhome spaces, andfront scenic views, isexpansive a must see.bonus Eaton’s Creakand is the bestfloor frombeautiful Downtown, Variety of its Craftsman styled with porches, rooms open value in Awesome the area with easy access toto major interstates, including I-40, I-24, I-65 and Briley Parkway. Just 15 min. from plans. Location close Proposed Nashville Greenway, Underground Utilities, downtown Nashville. FinalSmall, PhaseQuaint - Less than seven homesites left! Sidewalks, Street lamps, Community, Beautiful Landscaped Entrance. Directions Downtown Nashville: Take I-40 West to exit Briley Parkway North (exit 204A). Directions: From From I-40 West, take Briley Parkway North. Take 24 and turn right on Ashland City Hwy. Go 4.5left mi. to Ashland City Hwy (Exit 24). isTurn rightofonmiles Ashland Hwy, Proceed 0.3 mi. Turn onto Eaton’s Creek Rd. Community a couple on theCity right. to left on Cato Rd. Community 1 mi. on right. Model at first right. TN-0101610378

From $100,000 - $150,000

CARRINGTON PLACE Starting in the 170’s Parmley Cove: $1oo’s-$150’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-876-0351, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Davidson County Schools; Amenities: Walkout & wooded homesites. Exceptional value. Close toJeff historic Whites Convenient to airport. Directions: I-65N to Exit |82B, merge onto I-40. Go 1 mi. to Gaynor( 615)Creek. 612-9984 www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com www.CelebrationTN.com Exit 211B, then merge onto I-24W toward Clarksville, follow mi. Take Exit 43 onto BrileyHomes. Pkwy Conveniently West. Go 2.1located mi, then Exit 19 (Whites Creek Pike). Go Feature the New6 “Executive Series” Designer near Briley Parkway, Minutes Right, 1 mi, community on Right, model home on Left. Parmley Lane, Nashville TN 37189 from Downtown, Variety of Craftsman styled home with front porches, expansive bonus rooms and open floor From $150,000 - $200,000

plans. Awesome Location close to Proposed Nashville Greenway, Underground Utilities, Sidewalks, Street lamps, Small, Quaint Community, Beautiful Landscaped Entrance.

Directions: From I-40 West, take Briley Parkway North. Take exit 24 and turn right on Ashland CityMiddle, Hwy. Carrington Place: $160’s-$300’s; Celebration Homes, 615-612-9984; Jgaynor47@aol.com; Schools: Cumberland Elem, Joelton Whites Creek High; Turn left onto Eaton’s Creek Rd. Community is a couple of miles on the right. Amenities: Open space, sidewalks. Directions: I-40W to Briley Pkwy North/155, take exit 24 and turn right onto Ashland City Hwy, Left on Eatons Creek Rd, community 1 mile on right.

From $100,000 - $150,000 From $200,000 - +

Parmley Cove: $1oo’s-$150’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-876-0351, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Davidson County Schools; Amenities: Walkout & Jordan Ridge at Eatons Creek: $147s-$188’s; www.FoxRidgeHomes.com/615-876-0351; Schools: Cumberland Middle School; wooded homesites. Exceptional value. Close to historic Whites Creek. Convenient to airport. Directions: I-65NElementary; to Exit 82B,Joelton merge onto I-40. Go 1 Whites mi. to Creek High School; Take I-40 Clarksville, West to Briley Parkway NorthExit (exit Ashland 24). Turn right on AshExit 211B, then mergeDirections: onto I-24W toward follow 6 mi. Take 43204). ontoTake BrileyBriley PkwyPkwy West.toGo 2.1 mi,City thenHwy(exit Exit 19 (Whites Creek Pike). Go land City Proceedon .2 Right, miles and turnhome left on Community is .9 mi on right. 109 Gupton Court, Nashville, TN 37218 Right, 1 mi,Hwy. community model onCato Left. Rd. Parmley Lane, Nashville TNthe 37189

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Carrington Place: $160’s-$300’s; Celebration Homes, 615-612-9984; Jgaynor47@aol.com; Schools: Cumberland Elem, Joelton Middle, Whites Creek High; Amenities: Open space, sidewalks. Directions: I-40W to Briley Pkwy North/155, take exit 24 and turn right onto Ashland City Hwy, Left on Eatons Creek Rd, community 1 mile on right. TOWERING OAKS Priced from $190s to $250s

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Jordan Ridge at Eatons Creek: $147s-$188’s; www.FoxRidgeHomes.com/615-876-0351; Cumberland Elementary; Joelton Middle School; Whites Come visit one of Nashville’s hidden gems. A Schools: wooded community less than one mile from Percy Priest Lake. Ten minutes Providence shopping and(exit Nashville airport and downtown Nashville. Phase II 24). Turn right on AshCreek High School; Directions: Take I-40 West tofrom Briley Parkway North 204).Internat’l Take Briley Pkwy to Ashland City Hwy(exit now open, offering large, private wooded homesites from ¼ to almost ½ acres. land City Hwy. Proceed .2 miles and turn left on Cato Rd. Community is .9 mi onI-40 the E; right. 109221B Gupton Court, Blvd.) Nashville, TN 37218 Directions: From Nashville: Take To Exit (Old Hickory Turn right; Right on Old Hickory Blvd.; Travel 0.6 mile and turn left onto Bell Rd.; Continue another 0.6 mile and turn Right onto South New Hope Rd.; Travel 1.1 mile and turn right onto Stewart’s Ferry Pike; Continue 0.2 mile and Towering Oaks will be on the Right

CANTERBURY COMMUNITY

Starting in the $220’s

Ed Rainey(615) 568-5075 • Canterbury offers Homes in Thompson Station as the best opportunity to own a new home in Williamson County. • You will find a great selection of Cottage Homes in Thompson Station’s Canterbury by Celebration Homes. • Old world European architecture, homes with luxury appeal, and distinctive designs in new homes of Williamson County. • Canterbury is just minutes from Cool Springs, historic Franklin, and still less than 30 minutes to the airport or downtown Nashville. • Canterbury Homes in Thompson Station is a master planned community offering homes, new homes and estate homes in Williamson County, also offering amenities like a future pool, cabana and playground, lots of open space and walking paths. Also Canterbury Thompson Station is zoned for award winning and highly desired Williamson county schools and Independence high school. Directions: I 65 South to I 840 West (exit 59 B); take 2nd exit to Hwy 31 S; go 1/4 of a mile to Critz lane; Left on Critz and Canterbury will be your first left.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Bridgewater: From $240’s (Heritage), From $190’s (Inspiration); Jones 615-889-3062 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Ruby Major, Donelson, McGavock; Directions: From downtown Nashville take I-40 E toward Knoxville to Old Hickory Blvd exit. Right on OHB. Left on Bell Road. Right on New Hope Rd. Left on John Hager Rd. Bridgewater on left.

From $200,000 - + Towering Oaks: $199’s-$259’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-480-4639 www.foxridgehomes.com; Schools: Ruby Major Elem, Donelson Middle, McGavock High; Directions: I-40 E; To Exit 221B (Old Hickory Blvd.) Turn right; Right on Old Hickory Blvd.; Travel 0.6 mile and turn left onto Bell Rd.; Continue another 0.6 mile and turn Right onto South New Hope Rd.; Travel 1.1 mile and turn right onto Stewart’s Ferry Pike; Continue 0.2 mile and Towering Oaks will be on the Right. 2001 Towering Oaks Drive, Hermitage, TN 37076.

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DAV I D S O N C O U N T Y NASHVILLE | ANTIOCH | BELLE MEADE | BELLEVUE | DONELSON | GREEN HILLS | JOELTON | HERMITAGE

1 Autumn Oaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 2 Avondale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A3 3 Barnes Bend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 4 Barnes Crossing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 5 Belle Arbor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1 6 Bradburn Village . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D3 7 Bridgewater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 8 Brighton Village . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 9 Brookview Forest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 10 Burkitt Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 11 Cambridge Forest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 12 Cane Ridge Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3

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13 Carrington Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2 14 Cedar Hill Meadows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1 15 Cottage Grove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C1 16 Cumberland Bend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C1 17 High Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3

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18 Jordan Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1 19 Lenox Creekside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 20 Lenox Village . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 21 Oak Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 22 Old Hickory Commons . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 23 Old Hickory Hills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 24 Parks at Priest Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D3 25 Preserve at Old Hickory . . . . . . . . . . . D3

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SUMNER COUNTY GALLATIN | HENDERSONVILLE | PORTLAND | WESTMORELAND | WHITE HOUSE

SUMNER

Measured growth, eye toward the future are part of Sumner’s appeal With one of the best high schools in the state, a new mass transit plan in the works, a growing health-care infrastructure and a wealth of recreational opportunities, Sumner County has plenty to brag about. This area just northeast of Nashville offers a quality of life that many new-home buyers find attractive. Residents here enjoy the hometown feel of cities like Gallatin and Hendersonville but appreciate the nearby big-city perks of Nashville. EDUCATION The county’s largest city, Hendersonville, is home to Merrol Hyde Magnet School, named the third best high school in Tennessee in U.S. News & World Report’s most recent ranking of America’s Best High Schools. Gallatin (the county seat) is home to Volunteer State Community College, a public two-year college that offers associate degrees, certificates and continuing education opportunities. With more than 70 academic programs and classes offered on site and online, Vol State is an educational and economic asset to Sumner County and the entire region. HEALTH CARE Sumner County is home to three medical facilities: Hendersonville Medical Center, Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin and Northcrest Medical Center in Springfield. Sumner Regional opened a new dedicated pediatric unit in late 2011, and Hendersonville Medical Center kicked off a $3-million expansion of its critical care unit in September of last year. HMC is also accredited to assess and treat chest pain and joint problems.

Creekwood Marina in Hendersonville is just one of the many access points along Old Hickory Lake. DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP

community built to offer ready access to Metro Nashville’s regional transportation system, which includes plans for a northeast corridor transit line stretching from Gallatin to East Nashville. Initial plans for the community include a bus rapid transit system with a later transition to light rail. Through careful planning and sustained economic growth, Sumner County continues to build on its existing assets, which helps it attract more workers, more residents and more business. It’s easy to see why home buyers and builders find this an appealing place to live, work, play and do business.

RECREATION

AT A GLANCE

The Gallatin area is a sportsman’s paradise; fishing and boating opportunities abound along the county’s miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake, as do lakefront homes. The Gallatin Civic Center has a double gym, indoor pool and racquetball courts. Dog owners can let their pets run free at Triple Creek Park in Gallatin. Hendersonville has an extensive system of greenway biking and walking trails with plans to expand its bike trail system. Several golf courses dot the county, including Country Hills Golf Course and Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club (both in Hendersonville), and The Club at Fairvue Plantation and Long Hollow Golf Course (both in Gallatin).

2012 county population:................................... 165,393 Growth rate since 2000:.........................................27% 2012 community populations: Gallatin.........................................................................44,115 Hendersonville........................................................... 60,444 Portland....................................................................... 22,963 White House............................................................... 13,746 Westmoreland.............................................................. 9,355 Median housing value:.....................................$175,023 Median household income (2012):................ $52,470 Estimated commute times from downtown Nashville (37203): Goodlettsville.....................................................21 minutes Gallatin................................................................38 minutes Hendersonville...................................................26 minutes

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Source: Claritas 2012 and Mapquest


Voter Registration

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVEL STATUS STUDENTS

SCHOOL

PK-5 PK-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 PK-5 PK-5 PK-5 K-5 PK-5 PK-5 K-5 PK-5 K-12 K-5 PK-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 PK-5 PK-5 K-5 K-5 K-4

O O R O R O O O O O O O O O R O O F O O O O O O O O

557 627 272 259 437 460 665 660 371 548 475 628 346 750 649 288 522 208 145 558 895 469 656 489 445 455

SCHOOL

Joe Shafer Knox Doss Merrol Hyde Magnet Portland East Portland West Robert E. Ellis Rucker Stewart Station Camp T. W. Hunter V.G. Hawkins Westmoreland White House Other R.T. Fisher Alternative

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVEL STATUS STUDENTS 6-8 6-8 K-12 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 5-8 5-8

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Beech Gallatin Hendersonville Portland Station Camp Westmoreland White House

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1255 1283 1417 1082 1360 517 854

Other Merrol Hyde Magnet R.T. Fisher Alternative E.B. Wilson Night School

K-12 6-12 9-12

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Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2012 For a comprehensive look at Report Card 2012 results for all Sumner County public schools, log on to www.tennessee.gov/education/ reportcard and select the Sumner County school system. For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 21.

The Sumner County Driver’s License Station is located at 855 North Bluejay Way in Gallatin. Hours are 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday - Friday. For information call 230-2995. Vehicle Registration/ Emissions Testing Before a vehicle can be registered in Sumner County, it must first pass an emissions test. Residents are required to bring their vehicles, a current registration or title and a $10 testing fee (cash only, no bills larger than $20) to the Sumner County testing station, located just off Highway 31E/Nashville Pike at 951 Grassland Place. Hours are 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Tuesday and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. For more information on emissions testing, call 399-8995 or visit the Department of Environment and Conservation Vehicle Inspection Program Information website at tn.gov/environment/apc/vehicle. Registration and Tags Sumner County residents are required to register their vehicles through the County Clerk of Court. Applicants must present a valid emissions test certificate, current registration or car title. Cost is $10.50 for the title and $50.75 for registration. For more information about vehicle registration, contact the Sumner County Clerk’s office at 452-4063.

Gallatin Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . 452-4000 Health Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206-1100 Sheriff’s Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-2616 County Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-4063 Register of Deeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-3892 Sumner County Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451-5200 Gallatin City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-5400 Gallatin Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . 452-1313 Gallatin Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-2771 Hendersonville City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . 822-1000 Hendersonville Police Dept . . . . . . . . . . . . 822-1111 Hendersonville Fire Department . . . . . . 822-1119 Portland Police Department . . . . . . . . . . 325-3400 Portland Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . 325-5649 Hospitals Hendersonville Medical Center . . . . . . . 264-4000 Sumner Regional Medical Center, Gallatin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-4210 Skyline Madison Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . 865-0300 Libraries Hendersonville Public Library . . . . . . . . 824-0656 Sumner County Public Library, Gallatin . . . 452-1722 Education Sumner County Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451-5200 Director of Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451-5205 Director of Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451-5238 Bus routes/school zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-1520 For more information: Sumner County Schools: www.sumnertn.org Sumner SchoolsTransportation: www.sumnerbus.com Gallatin Utilities Electricity, City of Gallatin Electric . . . . . 452-5152 Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451-5922 Trash, Gallatin Sanitation . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-2147 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 451-5922 Hendersonville Utilities Electricity, Nashville Electric Service . . . 736-6900 Piedmont Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . 877-279-3636 Trash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 822-1016 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 824-3717 Portland Utilities Electricity, Cumberland Electric . . . . . . . 325-4172 Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325-6776 Trash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325-6776 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325-6776 Westmoreland Utilities Electricity,Tri-County Electric . . . . . . . . . 644-2221 Natural Gas, AmeriGas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452-3843 Trash,Town of Westmoreland . . . . . . . . 644-3382 Water/Sewer, Westmoreland . . . . . . . . . 644-3382 White House Utilities Electricity, Cumberland Electric . . . . . . . 672-7066 Piedmont Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . 877-279-3636 Trash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 672-0215 Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 672-4110 Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 672-3654

GALLATIN | HENDERSONVILLE | PORTLAND | WESTMORELAND | WHITE HOUSE

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Driver’s License

FOR MORE INFORMATION

(615 area code unless otherwise noted)

SUMNER COUNTY

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

County residents may register at the County Administration Building, located behind the Walmart shopping center at 355 North Belvedere Drive, Room 106, Gallatin, or they may mail in registration forms available at Hendersonville City Hall or at area post offices. Voters can also register when they get their driver’s licenses. For more information, call 452-1456 or log on to theTennessee Division of Elections Web site at tn.gov/sos/ election.

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2012 SCHOOL REPORT CARD

Beech Benny C. Bills Bethpage Clyde Riggs Gene W. Brown George A. Whitten Guild Harold B. Williams Howard Indian Lake J.W. Wiseman Jack Anderson Lakeside Park Madison Creek Merrol Hyde Magnet Millersville Nannie Berry North Sumner Oakmont Portland Gateview Station Camp Union Year Round Vena Stuart Walton Ferry Watt Hardison Westmoreland

GALLATIN | HENDERSONVILLE | PORTLAND | WESTMORELAND | WHITE HOUSE

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SUMNER COUNTY

Goodlettsville Utilities Electricity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 747-3981 Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 353-6340 Trash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 859-2740 Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-7225 Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-7225

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Autumn Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Berry HIll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cambridge Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cottage Grove at Twelve Stones Crossing . . . . Creekside at Station Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elk Acres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emerald Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairvue Plantation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairway Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fountain Brooke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Foxland Harbor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Hunt Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Island Brook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Iris Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lenox Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meadows of Indian Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Savannah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Twin Eagles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Waterford Crossing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Windstar Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wynbrooke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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TWIN EAGLES 615.452.7731

SUMNER COUNTY GALLATIN | HENDERSONVILLE | PORTLAND | WESTMORELAND | WHITE HOUSE

All Brick from the $150’s

randyjonesconstruction.com

Twin Eagles is a Pedestrian Friendly Community conveniently located off Vietnam Veterans’s Blvd on Hwy 109 in Gallatin. Visit our Decorated Model. Tour the Open Houses and See a Wonderful Selection of All Brick Homes with Unparalleled Amenities. Enjoy over Nine Acres of Open Space with many Community Amenities.

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I-65 North to Vietnam Veteran’s Parkway. Left on Hwy 109 North By-Pass. Left at Red Light to Twin Eagles Entrance on Right.

FAIRWAY FARMS 805 Walpole Drive, Gallatin, TN 37066

(615)

238-5976

FROM THE $219’s - $240’s

www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

If you’re ready to move up, why not move up in style? Fox Ridge Homes’ new Fairway Farms community in Gallatin boasts estate homes on homesites up to ½ acres, with 4-sides brick exteriors, gourmet kitchens, hardwood entry foyers and tasteful touches like side-entry garages. They offer plenty of room for your family to grow – you can opt for a plan with up to 5 bedrooms and up to 3 full baths. Limited Selection of Golf Course Homesites Available. Directions: From Downtown Nashville: Take I-65 to Vietnam Veterans Blvd. (TN-386). Follow Vietnam Veterans Blvd for 14.4 miles. Take Left on Long Hollow Pike. Community 0.4 miles ahead on the Right.

MEADOWS OF INDIAN LAKE

From the 260’s

615-604-2359

Welcome Home to the Sought after Indian Lake Peninsula near Old Hickory Lake! Top Rated Elementary School within walking distance of community. Wheeler Construction Company has been building quality all brick homes for over 70 years. Gorgeous 3 & 4 bedrooms, one level & 2 story plans with granite, tile, hardwood, walk in closets, wood cased windows & stainless steel appliances plus much, much more! All homes have large Media Rooms. Call or come by our Gorgeous furnished model for our monthly specials! Don’t wait or you’ll miss out, only 7 lots remaining! Directions: I-65 N to 386 bypass (vietnam Vet Blvd) go right on exit 7 (Indian Lake Blvd) Follow across Gallatin Rd (31) to Indian Lake Rd to (L) at 4 way stop (East Dr) left on Raintree just before Indian Lake Elementary to first left on Wimbly. www.Wheelerhomesforlife.com

WYNBROOKE

From the $300’s

615-604-2359

Wheeler Construction Company for over 70 years “Our Good Reputation has been Building!” Come visit our newest community in the beautiful Wynbrooke development only 5 minutes from the bypass & the new Streets of Indian Lake Shopping & fabulous restaurants. Large homes on large homesites with fantastic amenities! All brick with 3, 4 & 5 bedrooms & 3 car garages! Granite, Tile, Hardwood, Big kitchens for gathering family & friends. Community pool and beautiful walkable community. Top rated school district. Pre-selling now, call us TODAY! Directions: I-65 N to the Bypass (Vietnam Veterans Blvd) to Exit 8. Turn left on Saundersville Rd. Go Approx. 1 mile to Wynbrooke Subdivision on Right. Follow Wynbrooke Trace past the clubhouse to left on Riverbirch to right on Crooked Creek. See signs. www.Wheelerhomesforlife.com

From $100,000 - $150,000 Lenox Place: From the $130’s; Goodall Homes, 615-230-1974, www.goodallhomes.com; Amenities: 55+ community with clubhouse, pool, fitness center, wi-fi and much more. Directions: I-65N to exit 95 (Hwy 386/Vietnam Vets Blvd), continue for 15 miles. Right onto Hwy 109 Bypass. Lenox Place entrance is on Right.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Cambridge Farms: From $170s; Goodall Homes 615-452-2820, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: Howard, Rucker Stewart, Station Camp; Amenities: Walking trails, fishing pond, tennis courts, basketball court; Directions: I-65 N to 386 Exit 95. Left on Long Hollow Pk. 1/3 mi to community, Turn Right, follow signs to model home. Cottage Grove at Twelve Stones Crossing : $180s+; Goodall Homes, 615-859-9995, www.goodallhomes.com; Amenities: Clubhouse, fitness room, social area. Schools: Madison Creek Elem, TW Hunter Middle, Beech High; Directions: I-65N to Exit 97 (Long Hollow Pk), turn right and travel 2.5 miles, right onto Willis Branch Rd, take first left into community. Elk Acres: From $150’s; Goodall Homes 615-230-6383, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: Guild Elm, Rucker Stewart, Gallatin; Amenities: Walking trails, playground, creek; Directions: I-65 N to exit 95 (386/ Vietnam Veterans Blvd), continue for 15 miles and turn right (south) onto Highway 109 Bypass. Elk Acres entrance is on the left. Island Brook: Starting in the $240’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-591-6400; Schools: Station Camp Elem, Station Camp Middle, Station Camp High; Directions: I65N to Vietnam Veterans. Take exit 6 (New Shackle Island). Head left 1.5 miles to community on the right.

From $200,000 - + Autumn Creek: $290’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Amenities: Swimming pools, community park, open air pavillion, close to schools and shopping. Directions: I-65N, exit east on Vietnam Veterans Pkwy #386 to Exit #7. Left at Drakes Creek exit. One mile to Right on Anderson Rd, go approx 1 mile, making a sharp left on Anderson. Left at Smokerise. Emerald Point: Low $300’s; Creekside Homes, LLC; Agents Steve & Sharon Laviola 615-347-1791; Amenities: New custom community nestled along the banks of Old Hickory Lake. Directions: I-65N to Vietnam Veterans Blvd, Exit Big Station Camp Blvd Rt, Through Red Light At Gallatin Rd, continue on Cages Bend Rd to right on Dillion Dr (Emerald Point Subd). Fairvue Plantation: $420’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com: Schools; Jack Anderson Elem, Station Camp Middle, Station Camp High; Amenities: Swimming pool, golf course, clubhouse, fitness center. Directions: I-65N exit East on Vietnam Veterans Blvd. Take Exit #9 Gallatin Pike, 3 miles to right on Plantation Blvd.

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From $150,000 - $200,000

Foxland Harbor: $200’s: Goodall Homes 615-854-0303, www.goodallhomes.com; Amenities; golf course community on Old Hickory Lake offering villas and single-family homes. Directions: I-65N to Exit 95, Vietnam Veterans Blvd/386, Take Exit 9 onto Johnny Cash Blvd/Hwy 31E. Turn Right on Douglas Bend Drive, community is on the left. Hunt Club: From the $270’s; Creekside Homes, LLC; Agents Steve & Sharon Laviola 615-347-1791; Amenities: Extensively landscaped entranceways and boulevards, gently curving and cul-de-sac streets, tree-lined home sites, roundabouts, sidewalks, and a neighborhood swim club. Directions: I-65 North to Vietnam Veterans Blvd. Take Exit #9 (Gallatin). Go one mile and turn right on Hunt Club Blvd. Meadows of Indian Lake: $250’s & up. Wheeler Const Co., Joy Fields 604-2359, www.Fieldsjoy@comcast.net; Schools: Indian Lake Elem, Ellis Middle, Hendersonville High; Amenities: Walking distance to elementary school and Indian Lake Swim & Tennis Club. Directions: I-65N to Vietnam Veterans Pkwy (386) to Right Exit 7. Follow across Gallatin Rd (31) on Indian Lake Rd to Left at 4-way stop. Left on Raintree, Left on Wimbly, Left on Ruland Circle. Model home on Left.

From $200,000 - + Savannah: From mid $300’s; Creekside Homes, LLC; Agents Steve & Sharon Laviola 615-347-1791; Amenities: Outdoor living among rolling green pastures accented with mature trees. Directions: I65 North to 386 (Vietnam Veterans Parkway). Take Exit 9 (31W). Go approximately 2 miles on 31W (Johnny Cash Parkway) to Savannah on the right.

Windstar Bay: From the $200’s; Goodall Homes & Communities; www.goodallhomes.com, Model Home 615-939-1773; Schools: Walton Ferry Elem; Hawkins Middle; Hendersonville High: Amenities; Pool, clubhouse. Directions I-65N to Vietnam Vets N, to Exit 7, Right on Indian Lake Blvd, Right on Gallatin Rd for 1 mile, Left on Walton Ferry Rd for 2.8 miles, Right on Windstar Bay Blvd, follow roundabout to Windmill Point Circle.

GALLATIN | HENDERSONVILLE | PORTLAND | WESTMORELAND | WHITE HOUSE

Stratford Park: From $250’s; Ole South Properties, Wanda Comer 615-566-6483, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Howard Elem, Rucker Stewart Middle, Station Camp High; From Downtown Nashville take I-65 to Vietnam Veterans Blvd. (TN-386). Follow Vietnam Veterans Blvd for 14.4 miles. Take Left on Long Hollow Pike. Community 0.5 miles ahead on the Right.

SUMNER COUNTY

Fountain Brooke: $280’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Schools: Station Camp Elem, Knox Doss Middle, Station Camp High; Amenities: Walking paths, cul-de-sac homesites, shopping. Directions: I-65N, exit east on Vietnam Veterans Pkwy #386 to Exit #7. Left at Drakes Creek exit. One mile to Right on Anderson Rd, go approx 1 mile, making a sharp left on Anderson. Right Fountain Brook Drive.

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Fairway Farms: $220,000-$250’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-238-5976 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; New estate homes on home sites up to one-half acre with 4sides brick exteriors, gourmet kitchens, hardwood entry foyers and side-entry garages. Home plans include up to 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Directions: From Downtown Nashville, take I-65 to Vietnam Veterans Blvd. (TN-386). Follow Vietnam Veterans Blvd for 14.4 miles. Take left on Long Hollow Pike. Community 0.4 miles ahead on right.

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Sumner County has numerous parks, including Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville. DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY BRENTWOOD | FRANKLIN | FAIRVIEW | NOLENSVILLE | SPRING HILL | THOMPSON’S STATION

WILLIAMSON

Franklin: It’s more than just a ‘pretty face’ Along with its healthy It’s hard not to love Williamson County. Frankbusiness climate, Williamson County can also boast about lin, the county seat, is the quintessential Southern its healthy residents. Based on the area’s health behavtown set among scenic rolliors, social and economic ing hills, and the city has a thriving downtown district factors, and other factors, the Robert Wood Johnson and quaint city square — Foundation named Williamtraits that no doubt played son as the healthiest county a part in the city earning in Tennessee for 2012. the Great American Main Street Award. In addition to high marks for health, the county also By any estimation, scores big in education. In Franklin is charming. The addition to having the highNational Trust for Historic est graduation rate in the Preservation even cited the city as having one of the state, Williamson County also has four schools listed Top 5 Most Romantic Main among the top high schools Streets. And the city square, in the country, according with its surrounding eaterto Newsweek magazine’s ies and boutique shops, annual report. Brentwood, makes for a pleasant desRavenwood, Franklin and tination to spend the day Page high schools were strolling, dining and indulgnamed to the publication’s ing in a little retail therapy. 2012 list of America’s Best But Williamson County High Schools. is more than just a pretty Small-town charm, a place to live. It’s also a healthy economic climate good place to live. Relocate The Williamson County Archives & Museum and a solid education sysAmerica named Franklin holds all official records of Williamson County. tem — if you’re looking to its 2011 list of Top 100 DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP for good country living in a Places to Live, and Money growing and thriving comMagazine listed Franklin at #52 on its 2012 list of Best Places to Live. These accolades munity, Williamson County could be just the place. were based, in part, on factors like low unemployment and a healthy economy. And Money Magazine specifically AT A GLANCE noted Franklin’s ability to hold fast to its historic past while 2012 county population:................................192,059 embracing all that the future has to offer. Growth rate since 2000:......................................52% It’s that ability to embrace change that has Williamson 2012 community populations: County growing by leaps and bounds. In fact, it is the Brentwood............................................................... 51,914 second-fastest growing county in the state. The county’s Franklin.....................................................................95,999 proven ability to attract and grow business has led to its Spring Hill................................................................. 27,307 recognition as one of the Top 10 Most Business-Friendly Fairview.....................................................................11,136 Cities in Tennessee, and the booming business climate here Nolensville.................................................................9,445 makes the area attractive to big business, including Nissan, Thompson’s Station...............................................14,329 which chose to locate its North American headquarters Median housing value:................................. $326,855 here. The growth shows no signs of stopping. In naming Median household income (2012):.............$83,371 Williamson County one of the “Top 10 Pro-Business ComEstimated commute times from downtown munities in the South Without a Beach,” Southern Business Nashville (37203): Brentwood.......................................................14 minutes and Development magazine stated that Williamson County Franklin.............................................................25 minutes was set “to be a corporate engine for the Nashville region Fairview............................................................37 minutes for years to come.” The publication also noted that over Source: Claritas 2012 and Mapquest the last five years almost 40 percent of the job growth in the Nashville area has taken place in Williamson County.

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Voter Registration

SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Allendale Bethesda Chapman’s Retreat Clovercroft College Grove Crockett Edmondson Fairview Grassland Heritage Hillsboro Hunters Bend Kenrose Lipscomb Longview Nolensville Oak View Pearre Creek Pinewood Heights Scales Trinity Walnut Grove Westwood Winstead

K-5 PK-5 K-5 k-5 PK-5 K-5 K-5 PK-5 K-5 PK-5 PK-8 K-5 PK-5 PK-5 PK-6 PK-5 K-5 K-6 K-5 K-5 PK-5 PK-5 PK-5 K-5

O R O O O O O O O O O O R O R O O O O O R R R O

670 557 703 628 240 641 737 480 565 723 489 559 779 746 635 793 564 555 102 627 488 600 536 545

MIDDLE SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 PK-8 6-8 6-8

O O O O O O O O

1147 545 850 987 734 540 943 827

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Brentwood Centennial Fairview Franklin Fred J. Page Independence Middle College Ravenwood Summit

9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12

R O O R R O O O O

1523 1514 623 1734 823 1501 136 1856 513

FRANKLIN SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Franklin Freedom Intermediate Freedom Middle Johnson Liberty Moore Poplar Grove K-4 Poplar Grove 5-8

PK-4 5-6 7-8 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 PK-4 5-8

F O O F F R O O

431 633 592 407 454 349 397 338

Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2012 For a comprehensive look at Report Card 2012 results for all Williamson County public schools, log on to www.tennessee.gov/education/reportcard and select the Williamson County school system. For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 21.

Driver’s License The Williamson County Driver’s License Station is located at 3830 Carothers Parkway in Franklin. Hours are 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, with the exception of the second Wednesday of each month, when the station opens at 8 a.m. For information, call 790-5515. Williamson County residents do not have to apply for or renew their driver’s licenses at this station. Tennessee residents may apply for a driver’s license at any driver’s license testing station, not just the one in the county in which they live.

Vehicle Registration, Emissions Testing Before a vehicle can be registered in Williamson County, it must first pass an emissions test. Residents are required to bring their vehicles, a current registration or title and a $10 testing fee (cash only, no bills larger than $20) to the Williamson County Emissions Testing Center, located at 1005 Merylinger Court in Franklin. The center is open 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays. For more information on emissions testing, call 399-8995 or visit the Department of Environment and Conservation Vehicle Inspection Program Information Web site at tn.gov/environment/apc/vehicle.

Registration and Tags Williamson County residents are required to register their vehicles through the Williamson County Clerk of Court. Applicants must present the following: a valid emissions test certificate, current registration or car title or the name and address of the lien holder; funds to pay for the tag and the county wheel tax. Renewal notices are mailed by the Tennessee Department of Safety and can be processed by mail. For more information about vehicle registration, contact the Williamson County Clerk’s office at 790-5712.

Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-1225 Health Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-1542 Sheriff’s Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 790-5550 County Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 790-5712 Register of Deeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 790-5706 Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 790-5848 HappyTails Humane Group . . . . . . . . . . . 791-0827 Schools Williamson County Schools . . . . . . . . . 472-4000 Franklin Special School District . . . . . . . . 794-6624 Police Dial 911 for emergencies Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-2513 Brentwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371-0160 Fairview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 799-2431 Spring Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (931) 486-3270 Fire Dial 911 for emergencies Franklin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 791-3270 Brentwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371-0160 Williamson County Volunteer/Rescue . . 790-5821 Spring Hill City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . (931) 486-2252 Williamson Co. Medical Center . . . . . . . 791-0500 Libraries Brentwood Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371-0090 Williamson County Public Library . . . . . 794-3105 Utilities Electricity, MiddleTennessee Electric Corp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-3561 Nashville Electric Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . 736-6900 Natural Gas, Atmos Energy . . . . . . . . . . . 794-2596 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or 888-824-3434 Piedmont Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . 877-279-3636 Brentwood Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371-0080 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 371-0080 Fairview Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 799-2484 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 799-2484 Franklin Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-1516 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794-4572

BRENTWOOD | FRANKLIN | FAIRVIEW | NOLENSVILLE | SPRING HILL | THOMPSON’S STATION

Brentwood Fairview Fred J. Page Grassland Heritage Hillsboro Spring Station Woodland

County residents may register at the Williamson County Election Commission office, 1320 W. Main Street, Suite 140, Franklin. Registration forms are available at area post offices. Voters may also register when they get their driver’s license. For information, call 790-5711.

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What a Few of Our Customers Have to Say... “All Ford people are dedicated, professional, and responsive. Ford goes the extra mile to assure total satisfaction to the home owner. Ford definitely stands behind their product. Having owned six homes, I am more satisfied with the Ford building experience than with any other one in my life. Ford people do what they say they will do and do it on schedule. Ford has been very easy to work with throughout the entire building process.” ~ Ike Brumfield in Westhaven “We would recommend Ford Custom Classic Homes to anyone thinking about building... Our experience was first class.” ~ Raj and Tara Patil in Annandale

“Our experience with the team at Mike Ford Builders has been first class. From our initial meetings, and throughout the build, design, completion and occupancy process, we have experienced the utmost in professionalism. They are always willing to work with you to be sure you are completely satisfied with your home. We would recommend them to anyone thinking about building a new home.” ~ Ken Robold in Annandale “We LOVE our home and would recommend your team to anyone looking to build or enjoy a new property. Thank you for the southern hospitality you introduced to a family relocating from New Jersey!” ~ Barbara and Scott Adams in Gates of Carlisle

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Meadowbrook

Priced from the low $100’s www.olesouth.com

TN-0101572680

(931)486-2189

Located in the growing city of Spring Hill, Meadowbrook features traditional homes starting in the $150’s. Loaded with extra features, these homes are designed to fit your family’s needs and lifestyle. For added convenience, the community is located near schools and parks and is convenient to I-65 providing quick access to everything that Franklin, Cool Springs, Brentwood and downtown Nashville has to offer. Model: 2001 Red Jacket Trace Spring Hill, TN 37174 Open Daily and Anytime by Appointment! Directions: From Nashville: I-65 South, Exit Saturn Parkway Hwy 396, Exit Port Royal Road. Left/South on Port Royal 1 mile to Meadowbrook on left. Call: 931-486-2189.

WOODSIDE 615.207.9530

$128,900 - $200’s

Select from single-family homes and townhomes with up to 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and 2-car garages. Features include hardwood floors in selected areas, tile flooring in bathrooms, 3-1/4” base boards throughout, 9’ ceiling on the 1st level, 8’ foot ceilings on the 2nd level, granite counter tops in the kitchen and more! Woodside in conveniently located to shopping, dining and interstate access. Directions: I-65 S. to I-840 West. Continue to Exit 28, Columbia/Franklin. Left on Hwy. 31 S. Go 3.8 miles and turn left on Campbell Station Pkwy. Right on St. Hubbins Dr. Right on Paddy Trace.

www.RegentHomesTN.com

ABBINGTON SHORES New Plans Starting at $169,900 Jeff Hopper (615)

995-1740

www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

Decorated Model Open by Appointment. Call Jeff. Water Front Home Sites Available! Awesome new community on the Abbington lagoon that features these amenities: Newest Section of the Popular Abbington Park, Sidewalks both sides of Street, Underground Utilities, Street Lamps, Large Homesites with Many on Private Lagoon, The New “Horizon Series” by Celebration Homes Directions: I-40E to Briley Parkway to McGavock Pike Exit 12 (near Opryland Hotel) go west on McGavock (away from Opryland) to Pennington Bend and turn Left. Go approx. 1.5 mi to Abbington Park. Straight into new section.

Benevento East (615)302-3757

TN-0101610439

Priced from the Low $200’s www.olesouth.com

Just minutes from I-840 & I-65 in Spring Hill, you will find Williamson County’s best all-brick home values in Ole South’s Benevento East. Choose from 3, 4, & 5 bedroom homes from the low 200’s. Convenient to the newest schools and area shopping, yet secluded and peaceful. Directions I-65 South, Exit Hwy 840 West. Exit Hwy 31 South. Left on Thompsons Station Road, Right on Buckner Lane, Right on Duplex Road to neighborhood entrance on right Call: 615-302-3757.

CAMPBELL STATION

1940 Portview Drive, Spring Hill, TN 37174

Priced from $230’s to $320’s (615) 302-3042 • www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

Campbell Station offers new Fox Ridge single-family homes with 4-sides brick, side-entry garage with up to one-half acre home sites, pool & cabana, as well as sidewalks throughout this established community. Conveniently located with easy access to Hwy. 65, and just minutes to shopping, dining. Directions: I-65 S from Nashville. Take TN840, exit 59 A-B. Merge onto TN 840W, Exit 59B. Take US 31, exit 28 toward Columbia/Franklin. Turn left onto Columbia Pike US 31/TN6. Turn left on Campbell Station Pky. Turn Right on St. Hubbins Dr which becomes Portview Dr. Model on left

SILVER STREAM FARMS 2105 Grand Street, Nolensville, TN 37135

(615) 405-4335

Priced from the $240’s - $270’s www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

Located in a beautiful country setting within Williamson County, Silver Stream features landscaped and lighted streets, sidewalks, community pool and cabana, walking trails, and 30 acres of common space. Silver Stream is convenient to I-65 and I-24 as well as the Cool Springs area and Brentwood. Directions: From Downtown Nashville: Take I-65 S to the Concord Rd/Brentwood exit; Travel East on Concord Road to the dead end at Nolensville Pike; Right on Nolensville Pike, go 3.5 miles; Turn left on Rocky Fork Road; Community is 1 mile on the right.

STREAM VALLEY Priced from the $250s - $450s 616 Streamside Lane, Franklin, TN 37064 (615) 946-6272 www.RyanHomesTN.com Ryan Homes’ new single-family homes at Stream Valley offer up to 6 bedrooms and up to 4 baths with garages for up to 3 cars. Included in the base price of these homes are features such as GE® appliances, hardwood foyers and more. These new homes also offer options for morning rooms, bonus rooms and more. All Ryan homes at Stream Valley are also fully ENERGY STAR® Certified.

Welcoming Families Home For Over 60 Years

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Welcoming Families Home For Over 60 Years

From $100,000 - $150,000 Cobblestone: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-486-2189, www.olesouth.com; Amenities: Featuring underground utilities, easy access to Saturn Parkway, Interestate 65, and US Highway 31 while providing total serenity in its peaceful setting.. Directions: I-65 South, Exit Saturn Parkway (Hwy 396) West. Exit Port Royal Road. Turn South, cross Saturn Parkway and turn left on Jim Warren Road. Follow Jim Warren Road 1/2 mile to community on right 247, follow 3 miles to community on LEFT, across from Chapman’s Retreat Elementary.

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More home for your hard-earned dollar in Williamson County. Energy-efficient Jones homes are built to fit your lifestyle and exceed your expectations.

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Belshire | Spring Hill

Bent Creek | Nolensville

Hadden Hall | Cool Springs

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(615) 776-7942

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Visit us online at LiveJones.com! FREE Deluxe Kitchen Package* Stainless Appliances | Granite Countertops Staggered Height Cabinets | Hardwood Floors Offer expires March 31, 2013

*Offer subject to change without notice. Offer varies depending on the particular Jones home community you are interested in. Call Sales Manager in the community that you are interested in for further details. Offer cannot be combined with other offers or exchanged for any cash value equivalent. Photo shown does not represent what is offered and may show other features which are optional and may have additional fees associated with them.

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BENT CREEK Randall Smith(615)

BRENTWOOD | FRANKLIN | FAIRVIEW | NOLENSVILLE | SPRING HILL | THOMPSON’S STATION

533-3213

FROM THE $ 260’s www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

Springs shopping, easy access to I-65 and I-24, plus the charm and tranquility of a rural lifestyle. Bent Creek has an impressive array of community amenities, including the community swimming pool, pool cabana, running creeks, flower meadows, pocket parks, miles of walking trails and quiet places to extend your boundaries far beyond your own back yard, connecting you with the natural wonders of all 343 acres.

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Directions: From Nashville: Take Nolensville Road (Hwy 41A) south. Turn right onto Clovercroft Road. for the Westview model, proceed straight on Clovercroft and turn right on Dante Ranch.

BURKITT PLACE

$280’s - $400’s

615-739-0570

Select from a vary of 1- and 2-story energy-efficient homes with up to 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 3-car garage. Features include hardwood in selected area, granite countertops in kitchen, stainless stain range, microwave and dishwasher, two-piece crown molding in selected areas and 5-1/4” base board trim throughout. Burkitt Place is a master planned community with pools, cabana, walking trails and play ground. Visit RegentHomesTn.com to view our models & plans.

Directions from Nashville: I-65 S. to Concord Rd. (exit 71). Left on Concord. Go 6.4 miles to Nolensville Pk. Turn right. Community .8 miles on left. www.RegentHomesTN.com

STAGS LEAP (615) 456-2108

Mid $400s to Upper $500s

Franklin, Williamson Co

Agent: Keith Sefton, keithsefton@gmail.com

Elementary School: College Grove, Middle School: Page, High School: Page Amenities: Playground, pool, sidewalks, underground utilities, 80 acres of open space, creek front common area Directions: I-65 to exit #65 Murfreesboro Rd. Go East for 1.5 miles. Turn right on Arno Rd. Go 5 miles to neighborhood on the right. (Just past Page High School). TN-0101628521

CATALINA

From the mid $400’s to upper $500’s

(615) 554-0505

Joni Wilson

www.TurnberryHomes.com

Located on the Brentwood line, Catalina offers exquisite customized executive homes on gorgeous half acre wooded Homesites. Only 2 minutes from Publix/Kroger, 15 minutes to the Cool Springs Mall and 22 minutes from Downtown Nashville, Catalina gives you award winning schools, convenience, amongst a peaceful setting community pool and plenty of parking. Great for families. Directions: I-65 South, Concord Rd E, Waller Rd turn Right, Maxwell turn Left, Travel approximately 1 mile, Catalina on the left TN-0101628530

SUNSET PARK 615.405.2603

FROM THE $460S Tennessee Valley Homes

www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com

Sunset Park is Tennessee Valley Homes’ newest 93 home site community off Concord Road. With half of the development sold, Sunset Park offers homes from 3,000 sq.ft. to 3,700 sq.ft. Tennessee Valley Homes can build to suit or you can choose from one of our outstanding homes in this Williamson County setting. The French country styled community offers private half-acre home sites, sidewalks, lighted and landscaped streets, a community cabana, pools, gas carriage lamps, Brentwood schools, and shopping. From Nashville: I-65 S to Exit 71 (Concord Road E). L onto Concord Rd & continue for approx. 4 miles. R onto Sunset Road (past Governor’s Club) & continue for approx. 2.5 miles. L into Sunset Park (Sunset Park Dr).

CHARDONNAY (615) 456-8367

9010 Chardonnay Trace, Franklin, TN

TN-0101610436

From the $550’s to $700’s www.turnberryhomes.com

Convenient COOL SPRINGS Location with Peaceful Country Setting! Exclusive European Themed Neighborhood with Distinguished Brick & Stone Homes, 3 Car Garage & Award Winning Master Down Floorplans! NEW Plans with Guest Retreat on Main! 1/2 Acre Wooded & Cul-De-Sac Homesites! Easy Access to I-65, Airport, Downtown Franklin & Nashville! Directions: 1-65 to Cool Springs Blvd East EXIT 68A - 1.5 Mile to Left on McEwen @ Roundabout - 1.4 Mile to Right on Wilson Pike - Left on Clovercroft @ Stop Light - Chardonnay 1/4 Mile on Right - FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL GINA SEFTON 615-456-8367 TN-0101628524

SONOMA (615) 456-8367 9620 Bouchaine Pass, Brentwood, TN 37027

Low $600’s to $700’s www.turnberryhomes.com

TOP Selling TN Community, TOP Williamson County Schools, TOP Brentwood Location! Small Intimate Neighborhood for Just 66 Total Homes! Majestic Panoramic Views of Wooded Hillsides! Award Winning Master Down Floorplans with 3 Car Garage! PRIVATE Basement Homes Available! Limited Opportunity to Build Your New Turnberry Home - Final Phase Selling Quickly!

TN-0101628528

Directions I 65 to CONCORD RD East * (R) WILSON PIKE * (L) at 1st Street AFTER RAVENWOOD on SPLIT LOG * (R) @ STOP SIGN on Split Log * SONOMA 1/4 Mile on Right * OR Moores Lane EAST to (R) Wilson Pike FOR APPOINTMENT CALL GINA SEFTON 615-456-8367

From $150,000 - $200,000 Belshire: Starting in the $180’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-302-3330; Schools: Longview Elem, Heritage Middle, Independence High; Amenities: A serene wooded community located in the heart of Spring Hill with lantern-lined streets, spacious homesites and exceptional value. Directions: From Franklin, I-65S, go 5.8 miles to TN-840 Exit 59B Local Traffic, go 2.5 miles to US-31 Exit 28, turn LEFT toward Columbia, go 4.3 miles, turn RIGHT at Lowes onto Belshire Way, Model home is first home on the right.

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THE PERFECT TIME IS

NOW. Learn more at RyanHomesTN.com

Take advantage of today's great prices and low interest rates. STREAM VALLEY

HIDDEN CREEK

615.946.6272 | Single-family homes in a master-planned community in Franklin. Priced from the $260s to the $500s •

Up to 6 bedrooms and up to 4 baths

By appointment only: 615.651.9394 | Spacious single-family homes on scenic homesites in an upscale community in Brentwood. Priced from the mid $400s.

Garages for up to 3 cars

Limited availability–only 24 homesites!

Community features scenic walking trails, lighted streets and a future community pool

Up to 5 bedrooms and up to 4 baths

Side-entry garages for up to 3 cars

Convenient to I-65, Historic Franklin and Cool Springs

Up to 5,000 square feet of living space

Fantastic Williamson County location

Features include GE® appliances, hardwood foyers, finished basements and more

Convenient to Cool Springs, Owl Creek Park, Governor's Club Golf Course and the Williamson County Recreational Center

MODEL HOURS: Sun-Mon, 1-6; Tue-Sat, 10-6 AGENTS WARMLY WELCOMED NVR, Inc. is a recipient of the EPA’s 2011 and 2012 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award – Large Builder, and Ryan Homes is an NVR brand. Prices, offers, availability and financing subject to change HOMES | APRILRepresentative - MAY 2013 for | www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes 43 | TENNESSEE without notice. See a Sales and Marketing details.


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AREA 10 ELMBROOKE (615) 554-0505

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From $150,000 - $200,000 Benevento East: From low $200’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Allendale Elem, Spring Station Middle, Independence High; Amenities: Larger than average homesites, Longview Rec Center only a few minutes away. Directions: I-65 South, Exit Hwy 840 West. Exit Hwy 31 South. Left on Thompsons Station Road, Right on Buckner Lane, Right on Duplex Road to neighborhood entrance on right. Benevento: Starting in the $230’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-302-3330; Schools: Chapmans Retreat Elem, Heritage Middle, Independence High; Directions: I-65S to exit 53. Take Port Royal Rd exit. Turn Right, then take Right onto Duplex Rd. Turn left into Benevento. Turn right onto Appian Way. Berry Farms: $197,900-$400’s; Regent Homes, 615-414-1807, RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: OakviewElem, Page Middle, Page High; Amenities: Park, playground, walking paths, pool, pool pavillion and town center. Directions: I-65S to Peytonsville Road Exit. West on Goosecreek bypass to Right on Lewisburg Pike. Right into Berry Farms on Poplar Street. Left on Rural Plains, Right on Levisa Lane. Meadowbrook: From mid $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Spring Hill Elem, Marvin Wright Elem, E.A.Cox Middle, Spring Hill High: Amenities: Located near schools and parks and is convenient to I-65 providing quick access to everything that Franklin, Cool Springs, Brentwood and downtown Nashville has to offer. Directions: I-65 South, Exit Saturn Parkway Hwy 396, Exit Port Royal Road. Left/South on Port Royal 1 mile to Meadowbrook on left. Villas at Meadowbrook: From mid $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Spring Hill Elem, Marvin Wright Elem, E.A.Cox Middle, Spring Hill High: Amenities: The community features underground utilities and easy access to I-65. Each townhome includes a full kitchen appliance package and hardwood foyers and is built to comply with TVA’s energy right program. Directions: I-65 South, Exit Saturn Parkway Hwy 396, Exit Port Royal Road. Left/South on Port Royal 1 mile to Meadowbrook on left. Wyngate, The Parks: $170’s-$200’s; Celebration Homes, 615-533-3213, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Allendale Elem, Spring Station Middle, Independence High; Amenities: Community swim club, open area playground. Directions: I-65S to Saturn Pkwy West. Right on Port Royal, go approx 2 miles over Duplex into Wyngate, go 1/2 mile to Right on Bern Drive, Left on Zurich.

From $200,000 - + Annandale: $800s-$2million+; CPS Land/Mike Ford Custom Homes 615-503-9727 www.Annandalecommunity.com; Schools: Edmondson, Brentwood, Brentwood; Amenities: Pool, cabana, outdoor fireplace; Directions: I-65S to Brentwood exit 74B, Old Hickory Blvd, Left on Franklin Rd, left on Church St. Arbors at Autumn Ridge: From low $250’s; Ole South Properties, Trey Lewis 615-593-6340, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Longview Elem, Heritage Middle, Independence High; Directions: From TN-840 turn right at Campbell Station Rd., turn left onto Wilkes Lane, right onto Whitt Dr. and left into The Arbors at Autumn Ridge. Arrington Retreat: $370’s; Drees Homes; 866-246-3135, jschall@dreeshomes.com; Schools: College Grove Elem, Fred J. Page Middle, Fred J. Page High; Amenities: Pool, park, walking paths, open green space; Directions: Nolensville Rd South approx 1 mile past Triune city limits sign to entrance on right. From Murfreesboro: Hwy 96 to Triune, to right on Nolensville Rd to community on left. Avalon: From the $650’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Holloway 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Kenrose Elem, Woodland Middle, Centennial High; Amenities: Sidewalks, gated community, landscaped and lighted streets, and 300 acres of common space; Directions: I-65S to Cool Springs Blvd East. Turn Left into Avalon. First Left into The Hamlet of Avalon. Call agent for gate code. Barclay Place: From $280’s (Cottages), From the $320’s (Villages); The Jones Co., 615-599-0278 www.livejones.com; Schools: Pearre Elem, Hillsboro Middle, Independence High; Amenities: nearby shopping, restaurants and recreation; minutes from Historic downtown Franklin. Directions I-65S to Hwy 96 Exit (exit 65), then Right at end of ramp (west). Follow Hwy 96 to Public Square, take the 3rd exit onto Main Street. Turn Right at 5th Ave North. Turn Left at Hwy 96. Turn Left at Downs Blvd (red light). Turn Right at Willow Springs, the entrance will be on your left. Belle Vista: Starting in the upper $300’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-472-8241; Schools: Oakview Elem, Heritage Middle, Independence High; Directions: I-65S, Exit Goosecreek/Peytonsville Rd Right, Right Hwy 431 (at light), go 1 mile, Left Henpeck Ln (at Henpeck Market), go 0.7 mi, Left Valley Ridge (2nd Green Valley, 1st Right Tom Robinson Rd to Gates of Belle Vista. Belshire: Premiere from $230’s, Village from $260’s; The Jones Co, 615-302-1304 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Longview, Heritage, Independence; Amenities: Cool Springs Galleria shopping, golf courses; Directions: I-65S to 840W via exit 59B. Follow signs to Hwy 31, Left Hwy 31, right Belshire Way. Bent Creek: From $250’s; The Jones Co/615-776-7942 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Nolensville, Woodland, Ravenwood; Amenities: Walking/biking trail, pool; Directions: Take Nolensville Road south, turn right onto Sam Donald Road. Breezeway: $420’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com: Schools; Kenrose Elem, Woodland Middle, Ravenwood High; Amenities: Wooded homesites, pocket parks. Directions: I-65S, exit East on Moores Lane. Right on Wilson Pike, Left on Clovercroft Road. Entrance on Left. Britain Downs: $389,900-$470’s; Regent Homes, 615-202-2566, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Sunset Elem, Sunset Middle, Ravenwood High; Amenities: Tree-lined streets, green space. Directions: I-65S to Exit 71 Concord Rd, exit Left. 6.4 miles to Right on Nolensville Pike. Travel 2.3 miles to Right on Britain Lane. Community is first street on Left.

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY BRENTWOOD | FRANKLIN | FAIRVIEW | NOLENSVILLE | SPRING HILL | THOMPSON’S STATION

AREA 10 From $200,000 - + Burkitt Place: $280’s-$400’s; Regent Homes 615-739-0570, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Nolensville Elem, Sunset Middle, Ravenwood High; Amenities: Swimming pools, cabana, play area, walking trails and sidewalks. Directions: I-65S to Concord Rd/Brentwood (Exit 71). Left Concord Rd. Go 6 miles to Right Nolensville Pk. Entrance .8 miles on Left. Burkitt Place: $290’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Schools: Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Swimming pool, playground, park. Directions: I-65S to Old Hickory Blvd east. 4.2 miles to Right on Nolensville Rd. Travel 5 miles to entrance on left. Campbell Station: $239’s - $265’s, Fox Ridge Homes, (615) 302-3042, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com. The Best Value in Spring Hill - Established community with 4-sides brick, side-entry garage, up to one-half acre home sites, pool & cabana, and so much more! Sidewalks throughout with future walking trails. Conveniently located with easy access to I-65 and minutes to shopping, dining. Directions: I-65 S from Nashville - take TN840, exit 59 A-B. Merge onto TN840W, Exit 59B. US 31, exit 28 toward Columbia/Franklin. Turn left to Columbia Pike US 31/TN6. Turn left on Campbell Station Pky. Turn right on St. Hubbins Dr which becomes Portview Dr. Canterbury: $200,000+: Goodall Homes 615-812-3072, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: Bethesda Elem, Spring Station Middle, Independence or Summitt High; Amenities: Park, underground utilities, proposed pool, walking trails; Directions: I-65S to Franklin exit 61 (Peytonsville Rd). Right on Peytonsville and travel approx. 3.3 miles to Hwy 431 (Lewisburg Pike). Left on Hwy 431 and travel approx 1 mile to Critz Rd. Left on Critz Rd and community is approx 1/2 miles on left Canterbury: $240s-$300s; Ford Custom Homes 615-503-9727 www.Fordcustomclassichomes.com; Schools: Oak View, Fred Page, Independence; Amenities: Clubhouse, pools, amphitheater, walking trails, fiber optics. Catalina: Mid $400’s to Upper $500’s; Turnberry Homes, 615-554-0505; tberryhomes@gmail.com; Agent Name: Joni Wilson; Williamson County; Schools: Sunset and Ravenwood; Amenities: Community pool, sidewalks, underground utilities, acres of greenbelts and wooded areas; Directions: I-65S to Concord Rd East, Walker road turn right, Maxwell turn left, travel approx. 9 miles, Catalina is on the left. Chardonnay: $550’s-$700’s; Turnberry Homes 615-456-8367 Agent Name: Gina Sefton; Schools: Clovercroft, Woodland, Centennial; Amenities: Neighborhood Pool, 4 Acre Lake for Fishing, Sidewalks, 75 Acres Greenspace, NO CITY TAXES; Covenient COOL SPRINGS location with Peaceful Country Setting! Exclusive European Themed Neighborhood with Distingished Brick & Stone Homes, 3 Car Garage & Award Winning Master Down Floorplans! NEW Plans with Guest Retreat on Main! 1/2 Acre Wooded & Cul-De-Sac Homesites! Easy Acess to I-65, Airport, Downtown Franklin & Nashville! Directions: I-65 to Cool Springs Blvd. East Exit 68A- 1.5 miles to left on McEwen at roundabout, 1.4 miles to right on Wilson Pike, left on Clovercroft at stop light, Chardonnay 1/4 mile on the right, Decorated Model Closed Tues/Wed, except by appointment. Elmbrooke: Low: $600’s to Mid 800’s; Turnberry Homes, 615-554-0505; tberryhomes@gmail.com; Agent Name: Joni Wilson; Schools: Crockett, Woodland, Ravenwood; Amenities: Walking and Biking trails, sidewalks, underground utilities; Directions: I-65S to Concord Rd East, turn right into Elmbrooke at the corner of Concord Road and the Edmonson Pike traffic light. Fountainbrooke: Starting in the mid $300’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-591-6400; Schools: Crockett Elem, Crockett Middle, Ravenwood High; Amenities: A stunning new home community in the heart of Brentwood. Featuring Large homesites with dramatic views, basement availabilities, underground utilities and community swimming pool. Directions: I-65S, exit Concord east, past Governors Club, left on Willowmet. Henley: Starting in the mid $300’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-591-6400; Schools: Franklin Elem, Freedom Middle, Centennial High; Amenities: Tucked away in a quiet, secluded neighborhood along tree-lined streets, Henley defines elegance and convenience. Only 5 minutes from I-65 and Franklin shopping, Henley feels a world away. Directions: South on Hillsboro Rd past Murray Ln, Right on Sneed Rd 4 miles, Left into Temple Hills past Clubhouse and right into Reserve, 1st home on right. Hidden Creek: $380’s-$460’s; Ryan Homes 615-324-0708, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Williams County School District; Amenities: Upscale, new single-family homes with 2-3-car side-entry garages. Up to 5,000 sq ft. Convenient to shopping, dining, golfing & 21-acre Owl Creek Park. Directions: I-65S to Exit 71 Concord Rd. Go East for 6 miles. Turn Left onto Bluff Rd which is past Governor’s Club, go 0.25 mi, then first Left onto Pinkerton Rd. Hidden Creek is 0.2 mi on Left. Hurstbourne Park: $430’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Schools: Trinity Elem, Page Middle School, Page High; Amenities: Swimming pool, playground, walking paths. Directions: I-65S to Franklin Exit #65, Left Hwy 96 heading east, approximately 1.5 miles to entrance on left. Kings Chapel: From the $490’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Holloway 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Trinity Elem, Page Middle, Page High; Amenities: Gated community, landscaped and lighted streets, stocked fishing pond, and 300 acres of common space; Directions: From Nashville: I-65S to exit 65 East (Franklin/Hwy 96). Go approx 7 miles to Kings Chapel Subdivision on Left. Call agent for gate code. King’s Crossing: Starting in the mid $400’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-591-6400; Schools: Lipscomb Elem, Brentwood Middle, Brentwood High; Directions: I-65S, Concord Rd west, Left on Franklin Rd, 1/2 mile turn Left on Wikle Rd West, King’s Crossing on left. Ladd Park: From the high $200’s; Goodall Homes 615-595-9225, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: Oak View Elem, Page Middle, Page High; Amenities: Sidewalks, walking trail, pool (to be built). I-65S to Exit #61 (Peytonsville Rd), Left on Peytonsville Rd, Left on Long Lane, Left onto Alfred Ladd Rd. McKay’s Mill: Broadgate from $350s; 615-790-7057, Hadden Hall $420’s-$650’s 615-790-2924; The Jones Company www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Trinity, Page, Page; Amenities: Olympic-sized pool, tennis, clubhouse, walking trails, workout facility, gazebo, kid’s area Olde Towne: $699,000-$900,000; Celebration Homes, 615-533-3213, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Scales Elem, Brentwood Middle, Brentwood High; Amenities: Excellent West Brentwood location, views. Directions: From Brentwood, Right on Murray Lane off Franklin Road, 2.5 miles to Right on Olde Towne Rd. From Hillsboro Road, turn onto Murray Lane, go 1/2 mile to entry on left on Olde Towne Road. Nolen Park: From the $320s, Heritage from $300’s; The Jones Co. 615-776-3080 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Nolensville, Sunset, Ravenwood; Amenities: Gorgeous homesites with beautiful mature trees left intact! Directions: Nolensville Rd S to Nolensville. Nolen Park is on L, R on Nolensville Rd! Entrance is R.

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AREA 10

WILLIAMSON COUNTY BRENTWOOD | FRANKLIN | FAIRVIEW | NOLENSVILLE | SPRING HILL | THOMPSON’S STATION

AREA 10 From $200,000 - + Silver Stream Farms: $249’s-$340’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-405-4335 www.foxridgehomes.com; Schools: Nolensville, Sunset, Ravenwood; Amenities: Landscaped and lighted streets, sidewalks, community pool and cabana, walking trails, and 30 acres of common space. Directions: I-65 S to the Concord Rd/Brentwood exit; Travel East on Concord Road to the dead end at Nolensville Pike; Right on Nolensville Pike, go 3.5 miles; Turn left on Rocky Fork Road; Community is 1 mile on the right. 2105 Grand Street, Nolensville TN 37135 Stags Leap: Mid: $400’s to upper 400’s; Turnberry Homes, Model phone number: 615-591-4598; Agent Name: Keith Sefton; Agent phone number: 615-4562108; Schools: College Grove, Page, Page; Amenities: Playground, pool, sidewalks, underground utilities, 80 acres of open space, creek froont common area; Directions: I-65 to exit #65 Mufreesboro Road. Go East for 1.5 miles. Turn Right on Arno Road. Go 5 miles to neighborhood on the right, (just past Page High School). Stream Valley : $263’s-$500’s; Ryan Homes, 615-946-6272 www.RyanHomesTN.com; Schools: Oakwood Elem, Page Middle, Page High; Amenities: Master-planned community, tree-lit common area, future pool and clubhouse. Directions: I-65S to Goose Creek Bypass/Peytonsville Rd Exit, Right off ramp to Left on Lewisburg Pike (431). Stream Valley is on the Left. 144 Stream Valley Blvd, Franklin, TN 37064 Sunset Park: From the $460’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Holloway, 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Amenities: Sidewalks, lighted and landscaped streets, community cabana, pools, gas carriage lamps, and all the amenities of beautiful Williamson County’s park and recreation areas, Brentwood schools and shopping; Directions: I-65S to Exit 71 (Concord Rd East). Turn Left onto Concord Rd and continue for approx 4 miles. Turn Right onto Sunset Rd (just past Governor’s Club and continue for approx 2.5 miles. turn Left into Sunset Park (Sunset Park Drive). The Preserve at Concord: Priced from $600’s; Benchmark Realty 615-371-1544, Linda Seaton 615-478-9977; Schools: Edmondson Elem, Brentwood Middle, Brentwood High; Amenities: Cul-de-sac only neighborhood with acres of beautiful green space, sidewalks and underground utilities; Directions: I-65S to east on Concord Road, Left Edmondson Pike to entrance one block on left. The Reserve at Bent Creek, Phase II: From $300’s The Jones Co. 615-776-2735 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Nolensville, Woodland, Ravenwood; Amenities: walking trail, biking trail, pool; Directions: Take Nolensville Rd S, turn right onto Sam Donald Road. The Reserve at Temple Hills: Starting in the low $500’s; Norfolk Homes, 615-661-9393; Schools: Grassland Elem, Grassland Middle, Franklin High; Amenities: Golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool. Directions: South on HIllsboro Road past Murray Lane, Right on Sneed Road 4 miles, Left into Temple Hills past Clubhouse and Right into Reserve, 1st home on Right. Tollgate Village: From the $280’s; Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Holloway 615-405-2603; www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools; Winstead Elem, Heritage Middle, Independence High; Amenities: Community pools, community clubhouse with fitness center and pool table, tennis courts, amphitheater, playground, sidewalks, lighted and landscaped streets, common area, and stocked ponds; Directions: I-65S to Exit 59B (I-840 West). Merge onto I-840 and continue for approx 3 miles. Exit at Columbia Ave/Hwy 31 and turn Right onto Hwy 31. Take third Left into Tollgate Village (Tollgate Blvd). Villages at Clovercroft: $300,000s+ Jones/Call 615-595-5296 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Trinity, Page, Page; Amenities: Landscaped pocket parks, pool w/cabana; Directions: I-65 to exit 65, left on Clovercroft, Villages @ Clovercroft ahead on the right. Westhaven: $279,900-$325,900’s; Regent Homes 615-599-1764, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Pearre Creek Elem, Hillsboro Middle, Centennial High/Independence High; Amenities: Pools, clubhouse, tennis, walking/biking trails, 18-hole golf course, community activities. Directions: I-65S, Exit 74B, Old Hickory Blvd West. Left on US-31/Franklin Rd. Travel 9.2 miles. At the traffic circle, continue straight onto Main St/Public Square. Right on 5th Ave N. Turn at 2nd L on TN-96 W. Left onto Westhaven Blvd. Realty office 1 mile on R. Winterset Woods: $320’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com: Schools; Sunset Elem, Sunset Middle, Ravenwood High; Amenities: Swimming pool, pocket parks, shopping. Directions: I-65S to Exit #71 for TN-253/Concord Rd. Turn Left on Concord Rd. Approximately 4 miles, Right on Sunset Rd. Woodlands of Copperstone: From the $550s; Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Holloway 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Sunset Elem, Sunset Middle, Ravenwood High; Amenities: Sidewalks, community pool, lighted streets, and Brentwood Schools; Directions: I-65S to Exit 71 (Concord Rd East). Turn Left onto Concord Rd and continue for approx 4 miles. Turn Right onto Sunset Rd (Just past Governor’s Club) and continue for approx 1.5 miles. turn Left into The Woodlands at Copperstone (Marcasit Drive). Take second Left on Amethyst Lane. Take first Right on Onyx Lane.

AREA 16 THE RESERVE AT PORT ROYAL 1000 Countess Lane, Spring Hill, TN 37174 (931) 486-1428

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The Reserve at Port Royal is a must see neighborhood with pool and cabana, landscaped streets and sidewalks, over 20 acres of open space, and landscaped boulevard entrance, all less than 1 mile from I-65! Come see the best values in the Spring Hill area with easy access to the Cool Springs area.

Directions: From Nashville: Take I-65 South to Saturn Parkway (Exit 53); Turn right onto Port Royal; Community is .2 miles on the left

From $100,000 - $150,000 Arden Village: $134,900-$200s; Regent Homes 615-218-4318, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Spring Hill Elem, E.A. Cox Middle, Spring Hill High; Amenities: Sidewalks, tree-lined streets, underground utilities, Village Green with pavillion. Directions: I-65S to Saturn Parkway. Turn south on Hwy 31 exit. Entrance 2 miles on right.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Hardins Landing: $160s to $210s; Keystone Builders 931-487-0062/Ashley Tucker 615-496-7377 Ashley_Tucker@Keybuild.com; Schools: Spring Hill, E.A. Cox, Spring Hill; Directions: From Nashville take I-65S to Saturn Pkwy. Exit at Port Royal Rd, turn R. Left on Duplex Rd. Hardins Landing .5 mi on L. Hardins Landing: $160s to $210s; LockRidge Homes, Crystal Stalker 615-392-0568; crystal_stalker@lockridgehomes.com; Schools: Spring Hill, E.A. Cox, Spring Hill; Directions: From Nashville take I-65S to Saturn Pkwy. Exit at Port Royal Rd, turn R. Left on Duplex Rd. Hardins Landing .5 mi on L.

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Catalina – Fully Decorated Model!

Williamson County’s newest estate wooded lot community with community pool. Near Sunset Elementary, Sunset Middle, and Ravenwood High School. Homes from the mid $400’s. Take I-65 south. East on Concord Road. Right on Waller Road. Left on Maxwell Road. Please call Joni Wilson at (615) 554-0505 for more information or to make an appointment.

Sonoma – Fully Decorated Model!

Brentwood’s newest luxury, wooded homesite community with beautiful views! Homes from the low $600’s. Take I-65 south to Moore’s Lane exit east. Right on Wilson Pike. Left on Split Log Road. Take bend in Split Log Road to the right. Please call Gina Sefton at (615) 456-8367 for more information or to make an appointment.

Chardonnay – Fully Decorated Model!

Franklin’s newest French Country themed neighborhood with community pool. Beautiful, large homesites with community natural lake. Homes from the $500’s to $700’s. Take I-65 south and east on Moore’s Lane. Right on Wilson Pike. Left on Clovercroft Road. Community is 1/4 mile on right. Please call Gina Sefton at (615) 456-8367 for more information or to make an appointment.

Elmbrooke – Fully Decorated Model!

A carefully planned reserve of executive homes in the heart of the Brentwood countryside. Williamson county/Brentwood schools. Homes from the $600’s. Take I-65 south to Concord Road exit east. Travel approximately two miles. Community is on the right. Please call Joni Wilson at (615) 554-0505 for more information or to make an appointment.

Stags Leap – Fully Decorated Model!

Located amongst the beautiful hills of Williamson County on Arno Road beside Page High School and Page Middle School. Wooded lot community with community pool. Homes from the mid $400’s. Take I-65 south to Hwy. 96 East. Right on Arno Road. Community is on the right next to Page High School. Please call Keith Sefton at (615) 456-2108 for more information or to make an appointment.

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with firm boundaries? Or do you prefer order and things in their place? Knowing what makes you tick will help you choose a gardening style that will be easier to maintain and also make you feel comfortable. For example, prairie-style planting or wildflower gardens are dramatic ways to create natural points of color over a large area. Most plants are allowed to grow as they may. Those who like a dreamy ethereal feel to their gardens may be inspired by cottage designs, where generously filled borders overflow into a flower and foliage paradise. If you are more inclined to follow the rules and like an orderly landscape, a parterre, or formal planting bed, may be more your style. When carefully pruned, box hedging can show off symmetry and geometry in your space. Some people are more focused on the accents in their gardens than the plants themselves. Modern architecture pairs well with a contemporary style that blends minimalist accents and easy-to-maintain plants. Although you can change plants in your garden, investing in a garden that you will be happy with for a long time is a costly venture. You may want to consult a landscape architect or local nursery to find plants and trees that fit with your design and lifestyle. These experts can also instruct you in how to maintain all of your hard work and when to expect the full impact of your new landscape to take form. Browse magazines and the Web for design ideas and then rely on your personal preferences and the local climate to make the best choices for implementing your new garden.

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Come home to a Dock Street community

The Dorchester is just one of the popular floor plans available at Tollgate Village. Submitted photos

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ock Street Communities continues to see success in Williamson County as more home buyers choose to live in charming neighborhoods like Tollgate Village and Bridgemore Village, both located in Thompson’s Station. These communities offer residents beautiful homes, great amenities and a warm, friendly atmosphere. Tollgate Village is a mixed-use neighborhood where residents know their neighbors and neighbors become friends through a nice mix of amenities and soon-to-come commercial spaces. Residents enjoy amenities such as a covered playground, a resort-style pool with a kids pool, walking trails, bocce court, sand volleyball and much more. Life is beautiful at Bridgemore Village, a neighborhood that features large lots for large homes and more green space. The architectural entrance and overall design of the community has a natural beauty like no other. Bridgemore Village also has a number of amenities, including a pool with cabana and green parks throughout the neighborhood. Prices for homes at Tollgate Village range from the low $200s to the low $400s. Homes at Bridgemore Village start in the $400s.

Learn more Visit the sales center and designer-decorated models, open from 10 a.m.- 5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. on Sunday. For directions and more information, call 615-595-5859 or visit online at www.yourtennesseehome.com.

The entrance to Bridgemore Village in Thompson’s Station.

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Light rail system, new schools attract business leaders, residents, visitors Light rail, support for schools and a well-trained workforce are all factors that equal growth in a community. And that growth is good for the businesses and residents who call Wilson County home. Located just east of Nashville, the county also has numerous parks, job opportunities, recreational pursuits and a thriving health-care infrastructure. EDUCATION A good educational system is a desirable trait in any community, and Wilson County has been making strides in building and upgrading the county’s schools. The county commission recently approved a $63-million school building plan that includes a new high school in Watertown and expansions at West Wilson Middle School and West and Rutland elementary schools. The brand-new Winfree Bryant Middle School opened last fall, and the all-new Lebanon’s quaint city square is a mecca for antiques shoppers. 300,000-square-foot Lebanon High School is set to DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP open this year. Add to that the new Mt. Juliet High City Star. Opportunities for mass transit are at a premium in School that opened in 2008, and it’s clear county leaders are focused on supporting education. That solid Middle Tennessee, so the convenience of rail transportation educational system provides county businesses with a well- for commuters is a big plus. The line stretches from downtrained workforce, which in turn attracts more business town Lebanon to Riverfront Park in Nashville, with stops leaders and amenities to the community. Lebanon is also in between at Martha, Mt. Juliet, Hermitage and Donelson. home to Cumberland University, a private four-year liberal In a bold move toward supporting mass transit, builders recently broke ground in Lebanon on Middle Tennesarts university established in 1842. see’s first transit-oriented housing development, Hamilton HEALTH CARE Springs. The traditional neighborhood development will Wilson County is an up-and-coming leader in the health- have a commuter train station at its center. care arena. University Medical Center, a 245-bed hospital set on two campuses, completed a $26-million expansion in 2009 that included a four-story patient tower with 60 priAT A GLANCE vate rooms. And UMC recently announced plans to expand 2012 county population:................................. 118,261 to Mt. Juliet; Providence West Medical Center is expected Growth rate since 2000:....................................... 33% to open sometime this year. Located just off Interstate 40 across from Providence MarketPlace, the multispecialty 2012 community populations: medical facility will eventually include cardiology, general Lebanon.................................................................... 55,152 surgery and orthopedic services. Mt. Juliet....................................................................47,998 In addition to the services provided by UMC, Wilson Watertown.................................................................. 5,702 County is also home to a pair of heart clinics (one operMedian housing value:................................... $191,150 ated by Vanderbilt Medical Center and the other by Saint Median household income (2012):.............. $59,338 Thomas Hospital) and Summit Convenient Care & ImagEstimated commute times from downtown ing (operated by TriStar’s Summit Medical Center). Plans Nashville (37203): are also underway to construct Bel Air West Medical, a Lebanon ........................................................... 35 minutes 25,000-square-foot medical office building in Mt. Juliet. RIDING THE RAILS Wilson County is also attractive because of its connection to downtown Nashville via the rail service of the Music

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Mt. Juliet .......................................................... 23 minutes Watertown ....................................................... 45 minutes

Source: Claritas 2012 and Mapquest


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Wilson County residents may register at the County Courthouse, 228 East Main St., Lebanon. For more information, call 4441383 or log on to the Tennessee Division of Elections Web site at www.tn.gov/sos/ election.

(615 area code unless otherwise noted)

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2012 SCHOOL REPORT CARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SCHOOL Carroll Oakland Elzie D Patton Gladeville Lakeview Mt. Juliet Rutland Southside Stoner Creek Tuckers Cross Roads W.A. Wright Watertown West

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS PK-8 PK-5 K-5 K-5 PK-5 PK-5 PK-8 PK-5 K-8 K-5 K-8 K-5

O O O O O O O O O O O O

619 603 492 644 706 719 816 570 456 594 842 509

MIDDLE SCHOOLS SCHOOL Carroll Oakland Mt. Juliet Southside Tuckers Cross Roads Watertown West Wilson

PK-8 6-8 PK-8 K-8 K-8 6-8

O O O O O O

588 1376 806 482 857 990

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12

The Wilson County Driver’s License Station is located at 725 Elkins Drive in Lebanon. For more information on requirements and proof of identity call 443-2757.

Electricity, Middle TN Electric . . . . 444-1323 Natural Gas, City of Lebanon Gas 443-2835 Trash Collection, City of Lebanon . 444-0825 Water/Sewer, City of Lebanon . . . 444-0825

Mt. Juliet Electricity, Middle TN Electric . 877-777-9020 Piedmont Natural Gas . . . . . . . 877-279-3636 Trash Collection, PDQ Disposal . . 254-6666

O O R O

1517 1868 392 1681

LEBANON CITY SCHOOLS GRADE SCHOOL # OF SCHOOL LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS Byars Dowdy Elementary PK-5 O 566 Castle Heights Elementary PK-5 O 551 Coles Ferry Elementary

PK-4

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664

Sam Houston Elementary

PK-4

O

525

Walter J. Baird Middle

7-8

O

522

Winfree Bryant Middle

6-8

O

467

Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2012. For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 21.

Vehicle Registration Emissions Testing Before a vehicle can be registered in Wilson County, it must first pass an emissions test. Residents are required to bring their vehicles, a current registration or title and a $10 testing fee (cash only, no bills larger than $20) to the Wilson County testing center, located at 810 Tennessee Blvd. Hours are 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. For more information call 399-8995 or visit the Department of Environment and Conservation Vehicle Inspection Program Web site at www. state.tn.us/environment/apc/vehicle.

Registration and Tags Wilson County residents are required to register their vehicles through the County Clerk of Court. Applicants must present a valid emissions test certificate, current registration or car title. Cost is $10.50 for the title and $49 for registration. For more information on the registration process, fees, requirements and proof of identity, call the Wilson County Clerk’s office at 444-0314.

Sewer, Mt. Juliet Sewer Dept. . . . . 754-2554

Watertown Electricity, Middle TN Electric . 877-777-9020 Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-880-6373 Trash Collection, Hometown Disposal . . . . . . . . . . 449-9001 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237-3326

Contact Numbers Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . 444-5503 Health Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . 444-5325 Sheriff’s Department . . . . . . . . . . . . 444-1412 County Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 444-0314 Register of Deeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 443-2611 Wilson County Schools . . . . . . . . . 444-3282 Lebanon Special School District . . 449-6060 Lebanon Police and Fire . . . . . . . . 444-2323 Wilson County Fire Department . . 444-8777

LEBANON | MT. JULIET | WATERTOWN

Lebanon Mt. Juliet Watertown Wilson Central

Driver’s License

Lebanon

Water, West Wilson Utility . . . . . . . 758-5682

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL

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AREA 11 PROVIDENCE - LEGACY PARK Greg Welton (615)

414-5328

189K-250K

www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com

Fastest Selling Community in 15 States! Easy to See Why. Jr. olympic pool with slide, trails, parks, shopping. Designer Homes by Celebration - Exceptional Incentives Now. Bonus Rooms, 9’ ceilings, Luxury Baths, Guaranteed Best Value in Providence. Award Winning Wilson County Schools. Eclectic styled homes in Craftsman, Traditional & European styles. Directions: I-40 East to Exit Mt. Juliet Rd, south ⅛ mi. to left on Providence Blvd to right on Providence Trail to left into Legacy Park. Model on Right.

COBBLESTONE LANDING

Priced from the high $210s to low $240s

253 Cobblestone Landing, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122 (615) 708-8039 www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com Cobblestone Landing, an established community now with new floor plans and new homesites available! Located in desirable Mt. Juliet and zoned for the Wilson County school system. Conveniently located near the Nashville International Airport, Summit Medical Center and Providence Shopping Center, with easy access to I-40 and I-24.

From $100,000 - $150,000 Providence: $120’s-$400’s; CPS Land/Jones, LiveShopPlay.com; Schools: Rutland, West Wilson, Mt Juliet; Amenities: Marketplace, pool, cabana, playground, parks, walking trails; Directions: I-40E to Exit 226-A, Left onto Providence Place.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Carriage Trail: Starting in the $150’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-553-2023; Schools: W.A.Wright Elem, Mt Juliet Middle, Mt Juliet High; Amenities: Scenic, country setting but close to everything you need in the way of shopping, restaurants, medical facilities, and recreation. Just minutes from the lake and Windtree Golf Course! Directions: I-40E to Mt Juliet Rd Exit 226B going North. Turn Left on Lebanon Rd. Go .9 miles to Right on Nonaville Rd (by Rice’s Country Ham Store). Go 1.6 miles to Right on Carriage Trail. First home on left...1003 Carriage Trail. Kelsey Glen: Inspiration from $200s, Villa from $190’s, Heritage from $260’s, Hometown from $280’s; Jones Co/615-758-6442 www.livejones.com; Schools: Stoner Creek, West Wilson, Wilson Central; Directions: I-40E to Mt Juliet Rd North (Exit 226B). Go approx 1.5 miles, turn left onto Old Lebanon Dirt Rd. Continue approx 1 mile, Kelsey Glen will be on left.

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How to avoid common credit mistakes

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o err is human, but some mistakes can really damage your credit. Staying aware and being prepared can help you avoid some of the most damaging credit mistakes. And if you do blunder despite your best efforts, knowing how to clean up after yourself can shorten the time it takes your credit to recover. Here are five common credit mistakes:

Mixing friends and finances Co-signing an auto loan or mortgage for a friend in need may seem like a nice thing to do, but will the relationship survive if your friend defaults on the loan and your credit score suffers because of it? Many experts say that a marriage is the only point in life in which a personal relationship and financial one should converge. Not paying bills on time or at all This is pretty much the worst credit mistake you can make. Your payment history is a major factor in determining your credit score. Missed or late payments show up on your credit report and can linger there for years, Monitoring your credit report is just one way to protect your credit score. Digital dragging down your score — and your Vision / THINKSTOCK ability to secure future credit at good terms. all three major bureaus once a year, and monitoring your credit can help you catch errors, find evidence of identity Over-shopping for credit theft, assess what steps you may need to take to improve Of course it makes sense to look for the best deal whenyour credit score, and give you a better idea of how likely you are to get new credit with good terms. ever you’re spending money, but over-shopping for credit by making a large number of applications in search of the best While some of life’s biggest lessons are the ones you learn the hard way, credit mistakes have consequences, such as terms can impact your credit score. Too many inquiries on your credit report can negatively affect your score. getting hit with high fees or reducing resources due to a lower score. Ultimately, this makes it difficult for you to secure financing when you really need it. Abusing your credit cards To avoid making credit mistakes, never allow yourself to be pressured into making a big financial decision before Running up the balance on your credit cards not only you have the chance to understand the possible implicacauses you to pay a lot of interest but also affects your credit tions. Whether it’s accepting dealer financing for your new utilization ratio. Keep in mind your standing balance comcar or co-signing a college loan for a loved one, every decipared to your maximum limit; it is a key factor in determinsion deserves careful consideration. Monitor your credit, use ing your credit score. credit wisely and take steps to protect your score. Not monitoring your credit report You are entitled to a free peek at your credit report from

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From $150,000 - $200,000 Oak Hall: Starting in the $180’s; Norfolk Homes, 615-553-2023; Schools: Elzie D Patton Elem, Mt Juliet Middle, Mt Juliet High: Amenities: Front Gates, underground utilities. Directions: I-40E to Mt Juliet Road, Exit 226B going North. Go 2.9 miles and turn Right on Oakhall Drive. Model is first house on left after the gates. 1012 Oakhall Drive.

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Providence Landing: From the $170’s; Goodall Homes, www.GoodallHomes.com, 615-939-2437; Schools: Rutland, West Wilson, Mt Juliet; Directions: From Nashville take I-40 east to Exit 226 A. Take right onto South Mt. Juliet Rd. Take left onto Providence Parkway. Take right onto Providence Trail. Take right on South Rutland. Community on left. Saddle Wood: Starting in the $160’s; Norfolk Homes, 615-553-2023; Schools: Elzie D. Patton Elem, Mt Juliet Middle, Mt Juliet High; Amenities: An established community in Mt Juliet with mature trees, larger than average homesites and cul-de-sac sites. Conveniently located near Providence Marketplace with easy access to I-40 and several other major thoroughfares. Directions: I-40E to Mt Juliet Rd, Exit 226 B going North. Turn Right on Lebanon Rd. Go .6 miles to Right on Park Glen. Left on Saddle Wood Drive. Stonebridge: Townhomes from $150’s, Villas from $180’s & Single Family Homes from $200’s; Goodall Homes 615-443-1269, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: Lebanon, Castle Heights, Winfree Bryant; Amenities: Mature trees, 8800+ sq ft clubhouse w/pool. Directions: I-40E Exit 232B, North on Hwy 109, Right Leeville Pk, entrance 1.5 miles on Left.

From $200,000 - + Autumn Ridge at Providence: From $240s; The Jones Co., 615-773-7655 www.livejones.com; Schools: Rutland Elem, West Wilson Middle, Wilson Central High; Amenities: Providence Swim Complex, paved and natural walking trails. Directions: I-40E to Exit 226A, continue south to Left onto Providence Parkway. Continue approx 1/3 mile, follow arrows to Autumn Ridge. (Now selling out of Sterling Woods). Cobblestone Landing: $223’s to $249’s; Fox Ridge Homes, (615) 708-8039, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com Wilson County Schools. In desirable Mt. Juliet. Located near Nashville International Airport, Summit Medical Center, Providence Shopping Center and easy access to I-40 and I-24. Directions: From Nashville, take I-40E to exit 221A (The Hermitage). Continue north on Old Hickory Blvd. 1 mile. Turn right on Chandler Lane. Take second right onto Old Lebanon Dirt Rd., for 2 miles. Turn right into community. Model home is first house on left, 199 Cobblestone Landing, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122. Cobblestone Landing: $280’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Amenities: Swimming pool, walking trails, sidewalks, playground, open air pavillion, close to schools. Directions: I-40E to Old Hickory Blvd (exit 221B), North on Old Hickory, Right Central Pike, continue 1 mile to Left on North New Hope Road. Community entrance 1 mile on Right. Sterling Woods at Providence: From $270s; The Jones Co. 615-773-7655 www.livejones.com; Schools: Rutland, West Wilson, Wilson Central; Directions: I40E to exit 226-A, continue south to left onto Providence Parkway. Continue approximately 1/3 mile, follow arrows to Sterling Woods.

This statue outside Labry Hall at Cumberland University in Lebanon serves as a tribute to the WPA workers who built Wilson County’s first gym on this site in 1936. Labry Hall currently houses the business school at the university. DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP 58 | TENNESSEE HOMES | APRIL - MAY 2013 | www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes


From the $190’s

From the $270’s

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From the $190’s


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CHEATHAM

Come home to pastoral living If you’re looking for peaceful country living that is just a stone’s throw from the city, look at Cheatham County. With wooded hillsides, open farmland, and scenic rivers and lakes, the area offers an attractive and pastoral setting. The communities of Kingston Springs, Pegram, Pleasant View and Ashland City provide residents with a neighborly feel despite the county’s rapid expansion. Plentiful, affordable housing is found throughout the county, with choices of suburban or rural settings. Residents have the best of both worlds: a serene setting with easy access to city life and jobs. Sidewalks and lighting have given downtown Kingston Springs a sleek new look. Local restaurants include Red Tree Coffee. Because of numerous community events, residents have many opportunities to meet throughout the year. Pegram is a great place to raise a family and is quaintly referred to as “The Pretty Little Town of Pegram.” The town has its own special treasures. Popular places include Finch’s Country Store and Mud Puddle Pottery Studio (which offers pottery workshops and classes). Pleasant View Village is a new planned community featuring condominiums and retail shops. Popular dining spots here include Chris’ Pizza Village and Pleasant View Village

Bucolic lifestyle beckons here

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2012 county population:....39,469 Growth rate since 2000:......... 10% 2012 community populations: Ashland City................................ 17,651 Kingston Springs..........................6,129 Pegram...........................................3,746 Pleasant View................................ 7,370 Median housing value:.... $155,954 Median household income

Diner. The county seat of Ashland City sits on the (2012):...................................... $52,126 north bank of Estimated commute time from the Cumberdowntown Nashville (37203): land River. The Ashland City....................... 35 minutes city’s awardwinning parks Source: Claritas 2012 and Mapquest and recreation program earned the Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award for its conservation efforts involved with the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. And under the guidance of Renaissance Ashland City, this community is working with planners to carefully preserve the city’s heritage while still embracing the benefits of progress. To learn more, pick up the Cheatham County Fact Book, published by The Ashland City Times. The guide is available at the newspaper’s offices located at 202-A N. Main St. in Ashland City. To contact The Ashland City Times, call 615792-4230.

ROBERTSON Located just north of Nashville, Robertson County is filled with large family-owned farms, historic districts, affordable housing and incredible scenery. The area can meet almost any lifestyle need and offers new homes, golf course communities and more. As with other Middle Tennessee counties, Robertson County is experiencing tremendous growth as more industries and businesses discover the easygoing lifestyle it offers. Springfield, the county seat, is a historic community that is home to a number of businesses and manufacturers. Electrolux Home Products is the largest employer with more than 3,000 workers producing electric and gas ranges. Unarco Materials Handling manufactures steel storage racks and is the second-largest employer in the county. Other businesses that call Robertson County home include Johnson Electric and Martinrea Fabco. Whether you prefer a growing city like Springfield or a smaller bedroom community like Adams, Robertson County has something for everyone. Other communities within the county include Ridgetop, White House and Cross Plains. The small community of Ridgetop is abundant with

AT A GLANCE

AT A GLANCE 2012 county population:.... 67,984 Growth rate since 2000:....... 25% 2012 community populations: Springfield................................ 29,590 Greenbrier.................................13,915 Median housing value:.....$152,746

parks. PioMedian household income neer Park and (2012):.................................... $48,496 Ridgetop StaEstimated commute time from tion Park are downtown Nashville (37203): great places to Springfield........................ 40 minutes take the kids. Source: Claritas 2012 and Mapquest White House has a greenway for walking, running or biking along 3.5 miles of paved trail with four trailheads. Each trailhead has water fountains and parking. The White House Inn Library & Museum houses the city’s public library and museum. Cross Plains hosts an annual Trash & Treasures City-Wide Yard Sale, a day when neighbors gather for fun, food and charity. Carr’s Wild Horse & Burro Center is one of Robertson County’s oldest and best-known tourist attractions. For more information about Robertson County, get a copy of the Robertson County Fact Book, published by the Robertson County Times. To contact the Robertson County Times, call 615-384-3567.


ROBERTSON

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

2012 SCHOOL REPORT CARD SCHOOL Ashland City East Cheatham Kingston Springs Pegram Pleasant View West Cheatham

GRADE LEVELS PK-4 PK-4 K-4 PK-4 K-4 K-4

SCHOOL # OF STATUS STUDENTS O O R O O O

514 395 369 334 524 356

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Cheatham Harpeth Sycamore

GRADE LEVELS 5-8 5-8 5-8

SCHOOL # OF STATUS STUDENTS R O O

667 579 811

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL Cheatham Central Harpeth Sycamore

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS 9-12 O 636 9-12 R 607 9-12 O 782

SCHOOL

GRADE LEVELS

Bransford Cheatham Park Coopertown East Robertson Greenbrier Jo Byrns Krisle Robert F. Woodall Watauga Westside White House Heritage

PK-K 1-5 K-3 K-5 PK-5 K-5 K-5 PK-5 K-5 1-5 3-6

O O F O O O F O O O O

# OF STUDENTS 221 371 392 585 786 606 431 446 567 471 620

MIDDLE SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE LEVELS

Coopertown East Robertson Greenbrier Jo Byrns Springfield White House Heritage

4-8 6-12 6-8 6-12 6-8 7-12

SCHOOL STATUS O O O O O O

# OF STUDENTS 555 730 574 449 567 837

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL East Robertson Greenbrier Jo Byrns Springfield White House Heritage

GRADE LEVELS 6-12 9-12 6-12 9-12 7-12

For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 21. Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2012

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SCHOOL STATUS O O O O O

# OF STUDENTS 730 749 491 1071 837

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RUTHERFORD Growth, opportunity draw residents to Rutherford Residents of Rutherford County are treated to the best of both worlds: urban conveniences and the pastoral beauty of the countryside. Attracted by affordable housing, good schools and job opportunities, residents can enjoy a variety of cultural, educational and recreational opportunities here. The county consists of four main cities: Murfreesboro, La Vergne, Smyrna and Eagleville. Murfreesboro, the county’s largest city, is the geographic center of the state. Higher education is easily accessible at Middle Tennessee State University, the Tennessee Technology Center at Murfreesboro and Draughons Junior College. Other interesting sites include the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring, Stones River National Battlefield and the Sam Davis Home. Located just outside of Murfreesboro is the city of Smyrna, which is exploding in population due to its affordable housing costs and extensive retail and business developments. The Colonial Town Park shopping center includes retail establishments like Ross Dress for Less, Kohl’s and a Super Target. Next door to the facility is the Malco Roxy movie theater; local restaurants include Buffalo Wild Wings, Cheddar’s, Famous Dave’s BBQ and The Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro offers theatrical proLogan’s Roadhouse. Smyrna even offers ductions, musical performances, art exhibits and educational opportunities for higher education at Mot- programs. DAN MENLOVE / TENNESSEAN MEDIA GROUP low State Community College. La Vergne, only minutes from Smyrna, claims the largest industrial park and subdivision (Lake Forest Estates) in the state. It is also headquarters to AT A GLANCE many big businesses, including Ingram Books and 2012 county population:.................................. 274,278 Bridgestone/Firestone. Some of the local parks include Growth rate since 2000:........................................51% Veterans Memorial, Mankin Park and Heritage Valley 2012 community populations: Park. Murfreesboro.......................................................... 166,100 Rutherford County continues to grow and receive Smyrna....................................................................... 49,754 national recognition for the quality of life it offers. La Vergne................................................................... 34,076 According to the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, Forbes magazine recently ranked Murfreesboro Median housing value:....................................$161,228 15th on its “Best Places for Business and Careers” list, Median household income (2012):...............$51,794 U.S. News & World Report named Smyrna on its “Top 10 Estimated commute time from downtown Best Places to Retire,” and Business Week named MurNashville (37203): freesboro one of the “Best Places to Raise Your Kids.” Murfreesboro....................................................38 minutes Learn more about Rutherford County by picking up Source: Claritas 2012 and Mapquest a copy of The Daily News Journal. Call 615-278-6750 to subscribe.

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MURFREESBORO | LA VERGNE | SMYRNA | EAGLEVILLE

2012 SCHOOL REPORT CARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

MURFREESBORO CITY SCHOOLS

SCHOOL

SCHOOL

SCHOOL

O O O O O O R O R R O O O R

989 1000 684 458 883 683 748 793 280 467 294 857 393 508

K-8 PK-5 K-5 2-5 PK-5 PK-5 K-5 PK-5 K-8 PK-5 K-5

O O O O O O O O R O O

376 898 754 696 753 495 759 902 776 293 719

Blackman Central Magnet Christiana Eagleville La Vergne McFadden School of Excellence Oakland Rock Springs Rockvale Siegel Smyrna Stewarts Creek Whitworth-Buchanan

O O O O O

1002 905 805 793 967

K-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8

R O O O O O O O

389 946 945 758 995 945 829 694

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL Blackman Central Magnet Daniel McKee Alternative Eagleville Holloway La Vergne Oakland Riverdale Siegel Smyrna

FOR MORE INFORMATION (615 area code unless otherwise noted)

Hospitals Alvin C.York V.A. Medical Center, Murfreesboro . . . . . . . . . 867-6000 MiddleTN Medical Center, Murfreesboro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 396-4100 Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & Surgicenter . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-4480 Stonecrest Medical Center, Smyrna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 768-2000 Utilities Electricity, MiddleTN Electric Membership Corp. . . . . 877-777-9020 Nashville Electric Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 736-6900 Natural Gas, Atmos Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 888-286-6700 Piedmont Natural Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 877-279-3636 Eagleville Trash Collection, City of Eagleville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274-6992 Water/Sewer, Consolidated Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-7225 La Vergne Electricity, Nashville Electric Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 736-6900 Natural Gas, Smyrna Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See Smyrna City Dump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 793-5159 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 793-9891 Murfreesboro Electricity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-5514 Natural Gas, Atmos Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 888-286-6700 Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-3681 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 848-3209

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS 9-12 6-12

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2205 707

6-12 PK-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12

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68 793 128 2012 1741 1975 1772 1861

Black Fox K-6 Bradley Academy K-6 Cason Lane Academy K-6 Discovery at Reeves-Rogers PK-6 Erma Siegel K-6 Hobgood K-6 John Pittard K-6 Mitchell Neilson 3-6 Mitchell Neilson Primary K-2 Northfield PK-6 Scales K-6

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805 356 939

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426 740 424 991 306

O O O

308 657 1032

For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 21. Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2012.

Smyrna Electricity, MiddleTennessee Electric Membership Corp. . 877-777-9020 Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355-5740 Trash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 459-2553 Water/Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355-5740 Voter Registration County residents may register at the Rutherford County Election Commission office, 1 South Side Square, Murfreesboro. Registration forms are available at area post offices. Voters may also register when they get their driver’s license. For information, call 898-7743. Driver’s License The Rutherford County driver’s license stations are located at 1035 Samsonite Blvd., Murfreesboro and 5227 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 103, in La Vergne. Hours are 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.Tuesday-Friday, with the exception of the second Wednesday of each month, when the station opens at 8 a.m. For information, call 898-8036. Vehicle Registration Emissions Testing Before a vehicle can be registered in Rutherford County, it must first pass an emissions test. Residents are required to bring their vehicles, a current registration or title and a $10 testing fee (cash only, no bills larger than $20) to one of two Rutherford County inspection stations: Murfreesboro: 1211 Salem Park Court Hours: 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday andTuesday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday - Friday and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. Smyrna: 271 Weakley Lane Hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m.TuesdayFriday. For more information, call 399-8995 or visit the Department of Environment and Conservation Vehicle Inspection Pro gram Information Web site at www.state.tn.us/environment/apc/ vehicle.

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Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-6565 Health Department, Murfreesboro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 898-7880 Health Department, Smyrna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355-6175 Sheriff’s Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 898-7770 County Clerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 898-7800 Register of Deeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 898-7870 Rutherford Co. Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-5812 Murf. City Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-5815 Murfreesboro Police Dept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 849-2670 Murfreesboro Fire Dept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 893-1422 La Vergne City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 793-6295 Smyrna City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 459-2553

6-8 6-12 6-8 PK-12 6-8

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PK-5 K-5 PK-8 K-8 PK-5 K-5 K-5 PK-12 K-6 K-5 PK-8 K-5 K-1 K-8

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Barfield Blackman Brown’s Chapel Buchanan Cedar Grove Christiana David Youree Eagleville Homer Pittard John Colemon Kittrell La Vergne Lake La Vergne Primary Lascassas McFadden School of Excellence Rock Springs Rockvale Roy L. Waldron Smyrna Smyrna Primary Stewarts Creek Stewartsboro Thurman Francis Walter Hill Wilson

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RUTHERFORD COUNTY

Registration and Tags Rutherford County residents are required to register their vehicles through the Rutherford County Clerk of Court. Cost is $80 for the title and registration or $76.50 for renewal. For more information about vehicle registration, contact the Rutherford County Clerk’s office at 898-7800.

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5 Evergreen Farms . . . . B3 6 Garrison Cove . . . . . . C2

3 Blair Oaks . . . . . . . . . . B2 4 Creeks Bend . . . . . . . . C2

7 Innsbrooke Crossing . B3 8 Laurelwood . . . . . . . . C2 9 Lee Crossing . . . . . . . . B1 10 Lenox of Smyrna . . . . B1 11 Liberty Station . . . . . . B2 12 Liberty Valley . . . . . . . C2 13 Marymont Springs . . B3 14 Oakton . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 15 Pinnacle Hills . . . . . . . B3

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AREA 21-32

Evergreen Farms

Priced from the low $100’s www.olesouth.com

TN-0101610469

(615)410-3765

The Evergreen Farms community is located in beautiful west Murfreesboro and offers single family homes and low maintenance townhomes priced from the low $100’s. Evergreen Farms offers convenient interstate access, community parks and playgrounds and is just minutes to great shopping at The Avenue, Murfreesboro’s newest shopping experience, as well as Stones River Mall! Please call 849-9410 or visit our furnished Model Home at 2207 St. Andrews Drive. We are open daily and anytime by appt. Directions: I-24 to Exit 78A. Hwy 96 W (Old Fort Pkwy), West on Highway 96, left at traffic light onto Cason Lane. Follow Cason Lane and turn RIGHT on Cason Trail. Turn LEFT on St. Andrews Drive until reaching Model Home on left, on corner of St. Andrews and Cotswold.

Call: 615-410-3765.

The Knolls at Puckett Station

Priced from $100’s www.olesouth.com

(615)410-3765

TN-0101610467

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RUT H E R F O R D C OU N T Y

1 Belmont . . . . . . . . . . . B2 2 Blackman Farm . . . . . B3

Located along the wooded banks of Puckett Creek is Puckett Station, a collection of neighborhoods offering maintenance-free villas from the low 100’s, traditional 3, 4, & 5 bedroom homes from the low 200’s, and The Reserve section for exclusive custom homes. A playground, swimming pool, and cabana compliment the beauty of this secluded jewel, just minutes away from everything Murfreesboro has to offer. Directions: I-24 Exit 76, Medical Center Parkway. South on Fortress Blvd ½ mile to RIGHT on Puckett Creek Crossing. Model home address 4303 Maximillion Circle. Call: 615-410-3765.

SOMMERSBY

Murfreesboro TN (615) 624-3863

TN-0101601149 TN-0101610403

Priced from the $ 150’s to $180s

www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

The Area Area Located ininMurfreesboro, drive from Nashville, Sommersby brings you new homeshomes surrounded by impressive views inside Rutherford County School Located Murfreesboro,TN, TN,just justa short a short drive from Nashville, Sommersby brings you single-family new single-family surrounded by impressive viewstheinside the Rutherford District. Enjoy every convenience fromconvenience shopping andfrom diningshopping to entertainment andtoadventure. Sommersby is also convenient to 1-24 andconvenient downtown to 1-24 and downtown County School District. Enjoy every and dining entertainment and adventure. Sommersby is also Murfreesboro it’sit’s time to relax, headhead overover to the fitnessfitness centercenter or oneorofone several convenient dog parks. Murfreesborofor foreasier easiercommutes. commutes.When When time to relax, to nearby the nearby of several convenient dog parks. The Community Community The new single-family homes at Sommersby are available in a variety of models, to fi t any lifestyle. Each new home off ers its own unique style style new single-family homes at Sommersby are available in a variety of models, to fit any lifestyle. Each new home offers its own unique and features, homesites. Cul-de-sac homesites are available as well. The search for your finallyisover. features,set setononoversized, oversized,wooded wooded homesites. Cul-de-sac homesites are available as well. The search fornext yourhome nextishome finally over. Welcome Welcomehome hometotoSommersby. Sommersby.

WESTON PARK

Priced from the $150s to the $190s

2916 Weston Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN 37128 (615) 895-2191

www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

Weston Park offers a beautiful country setting with a pool and cabana and sidewalks throughout. You will also find the Best Value in Rutherford County with excellent access to shopping, restaurants, Middle Tennessee State University and Interstate 24. Come see why Weston Park is one of Murfreesboro, Tenn.’s best new home communities. Directions: From Downtown Nashville: Take I-24 East, Take Exit 80 (New Salem Hwy 99). Turn Right onto New Salem Hwy 99, Travel 3.3 miles, Community will be on the Left.

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THE CLOISTER Jeff Hopper(615)

995-1740

170’s - 230’s www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

Celebration Homes in Rutherford County offering 3-5 Bedroom homes, Bonus Rooms, 9’ ceilings, Luxury Baths. Traditional, French & European Designs. Excellent Triple Blackman schools. Guaranteed Best Valued homes in The Cloister/Rutherford County/Murfreesboro. Special Incentives Now!

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Priced from the $180s to $260’s

1000 Muirwood Blvd. Murfreesboro TN 37128 (615) 893-8827

www.FoxRidgeHomesTH.com

These prestigious homes at Muirwood offer up to 5 bedrooms and up to 3.5 baths, in a variety of ranch and 2-story plans. Perhaps you’ll exceed your own expectations of your interior design skills with the designer options you select – choose from a morning room, bonus room, sunroom, hardwood or ceramic tile flooring, stainless steel kitchen appliances and much more.

TN-0101572385

WOODMONT SMYRNA

190K - 233K

Karen Gaynor (615)

613-5261 Jeff Gaynor (615) 612-9984

Woodmont is located in Northern Rutherford County, near I24, only minutes to downtown Nashville. Woodmont is close to all new retail, restaurants and Stonecrest Hospitals. Woodmont’s natural treed surroundings along with lighted sidewalks, play areas and a community pool makes it a perfect community. Celebration Homes, guaranteed to be your best value. Directions: I24 E to Sam Ridley. Exit West. Left on Blair. Right on Rock Springs. Left into Woodmont. Model is on Left at top of Montgomery Way.

WOODMONT

$224,900- $239,990 Linda Vandiver /linda@riverbirch.com

615-419-8507 or 615-267-0619

Custom homes built by Riverbirch Homes featuring one level or two story homes, all brick,3-4 bedrooms, bonus rooms ,granite in kitchen, tile in baths, Community sidewalks, lush landscaping, saltwater pool, just over one mile from I-24, Regional Hospital, major retail centers, great dining, entertainment venues, and great neighborhood schools.

Jeff Hopper(615)

995-1740

New Plans starting at 270’s

www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

Large Level Home Sites Conveniently Located in North Murfreesboro. Side Load Garages with Optional Third Car Available. 13 Plans to Choose From with the Ability to Personalize to your Needs. A Decorated Model Home to Show our Craftsmanship and Options Underground utilities, Sidewalks, Large Lots, Great Location. Directions: From Nashville take I-24 Take Exit 55A to merge onto US-41 S/US-70S E/NW Broad St. toward Murfreesboro, Turn left onto N. Thompson Ln. Turn right onto Haynes Dr. Model Home will be on the left. (2731 Battleground Dr.)

From $100,000 - $150,000 Evergreen Farms: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties, 615-849-9410, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Scales Elem, Rockvale Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: Convenient interstate access, community parks and playgrounds and is just minutes to great shopping at The Avenue. Directions: I-24 to Exit 78A. Hwy 96 W (Old Fort Pkwy), West on Highway 96, left at traffic light onto Cason Lane. Follow Cason Lane and turn RIGHT on Cason Trail. Turn LEFT on St. Andrews Drive until reaching Model Home on left, on corner of St. Andrews and Cotswold. Lee Crossing: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Smyrna Primary, Smyrna Middle, Smyrna High; Amenities: Located just minutes from downtown Nashville in the growing Smyrna area, this community offers a relaxing lifestyle of quiet strolls through this peaceful community. Directions: I-24 East to exit 70 Almaville Rd. Left at end of exit. Community is 1 mile on left. Lenox of Smyrna: $146,900- $200’s; Regent Homes 615-668-6350, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Stewartsboro Elem, Smyrna Middle, Smyrna High; Amenities: Village green with pavilion, tot lot, walking trails, sidewalks and tree-lined streets. Directions: I-24E to Almaville Rd (Exit 70). Left on Almaville Rd. Go 1.5 miles to Right on Old Nashville Pk. Left on Old Nashville Hwy. Entrance 1 miles on right.

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WYNTHROPE HALL

RUT H E R F O R D C OU N T Y

Directions: From Nashville take I-24 Exit 78A right on 96W for 3 miles, right on Veterans Pkwy (Beasley Road), Left on Cloister Drive. From Franklin take Hwy 840 Exit 50 or Franklin Rd. (Hwy 96), turn on Veterans Pkwy, turn right into Cloister.

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AREA 21-32

Puckett Downs: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-410-3765, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Blackman Elem, Blackman Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: access to community amenities like the pool and cabana, vast green spaces. Directions: I-24E to exit 76, right to Fortress, turn left on Fortress Blvd, right on Puckett Creek Crossing, circle at roundabout and then right on Contessa Drive, Model located on the corner of Contessa Drive and Maximillion Circle. Scottish Glen: From mid $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-896-8188, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Scales Elem, Blackman Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: Large lot sizes and a beautiful amenities, such as our community pool, and only minutes from The Avenue, Murfreesboro’s newest and grandest shopping experience. Directions: I-24 East to Exit 78A. Take Hwy 96 Towards Franklin. Turn left on Rucker Lane. Community is on the left.

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AREA 21-32 From $100,000 - $150,000 The Knolls at Puckett Station: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-410-3765, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Blackman Elem, Blackman Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: Access to community amenities like the pool and cabana, vast green spaces. Directions: I-24 to exit 76, (South) on Medical Center Pkwy/Manson Pike. Turn LEFT on Fortress Blvd. Turn RIGHT on Puckett Creek Crossing which will lead you into the community. There is a Model Home open daily on the east side of the roundabout at the corner of Contessa Drive and Maximillion Circle. Villas at Evergreen Farms: From low $100’s; Ole South Properties, 615-849-9410, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Scales Elem, Rockvale Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: Convenient interstate access, community parks and playgrounds and is just minutes to great shopping at The Avenue. Directions: I-24 to Exit 78A. Hwy 96 W (Old Fort Pkwy), West on Highway 96, left at traffic light onto Cason Lane. Follow Cason Lane and turn RIGHT on Cason Trail. Turn LEFT on St. Andrews Drive until reaching Model Home on left, on corner of St. Andrews and Cotswold.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Belmont: From mid $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-220-9120, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Stewarts Creek Elem, Stewarts Creek Middle, Lavergne High; Amenities: All kitchen appliances, finished garages, sodded front yards with landscaping. Directions: I-24 East, Exit #70, turn right on Almaville Rd. Go one mile subdivision on right. Blackman Farm: $159,900-$200’s; Regent Homes 604-7353 www.regenthomestn.com Blair Oaks: Starting in the $160’s: Norfolk Homes, 615-355-1234; Schools: Rocky Springs Elem, Rocky Springs Middle, LaVergne High; Directions: I-24 to exit 64, south on Waldron Road, east on Blair Road, community will be on the right. Creeks Bend: From mid $100’s; Ole South Properties, David Estes 615-566-7777, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Wilson Elem, Siegel Middle, Siegel High; Amenities: Large lots, nature trails, fishing platforms, and picnic areas. Directions: From Murfreesboro: Take Memorial Blvd. (Rt 231) north towards Lebanon. Subdivision on the left approximately 4.5 miles past Walter Hill School. Muirwood: $190’s-$270’s; FoxRidge Homes, 615-893-8827 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Rutherford Co. Schools; Amenities: New homesites released. Stately new single-family homes. Open space, future pool, upgraded elevations. Easy access to I-24, I-840, Hwy 96 & Stones River Mall. Directions: I-24E to Exit 78A (Hwy 96W). Go 1.5 mi, take Left on Rucker Lane. Go 1 mile, community on Left. 1000 Muirwood Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN 37128 Primm Springs Estates: $249,900-$300’s; Regent Homes 615-566-6486, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Michael Neilson Elem, Siegel Middle, Siegel High; Amenities: Sidewalks, tree-lined streets, level lots, large backyards, underground utilities and open space. Directions: I-24E to Medical Center Parkway. Left on N. Thompson Lane. Go approx 3 miles to Left on Sulphur Springs Rd. Entrance 1 miles on Right. River’s Edge: $150’s-$200’s; Fox Ridge Homes 855-256-2752, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Rutherford County Schools; Amenities: New singlefamily homes on oversized homesites with spacious, private rear yards. Side-entry garages and upgraded exteriors, sidewalks, minutes to I-24, shopping restaurants & schools; Directions: I-24E to Exit 80, New Salem, Left to Cason Lane off Parkwood Dr. Go through Three Rivers Subd, community ahead. By appointment only until model home opens. 2404 Parkwood Drive, Murfreesboro, TN. Somersby: $155’s-$185’s; Fox Ridge Homes; Model home 615-896-8191; Schools: Rutherford Co. Schools; Amenities: New single-family homes, oversized homesites, wooded backyards & cul-de-sac sites available. One mile to I-24. Larger front yards, underground utilities. Directions: I-24 East, pass New Salem, Exit 84B Joe B. Jackson, turn onto first street on left (Elam Rd), 1.5 miles to community on right. St. Andrews Place Premier: From mid $100’s; Ole South Properties, 615-849-9410, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Scales Elem, Rockvale Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: Convenient interstate access, onsite parks and playgrounds and located just minutes from great shopping. Directions: I-24 to Exit 78A. Hwy 96 W (Old Fort Pkwy), West on Highway 96, left at traffic light onto Cason Lane. Follow Cason Lane and turn RIGHT on Cason Trail. Turn LEFT on St. Andrews Drive until reaching Model Home on left, on corner of St. Andrews and Cotswold. Stonewood: Starting in the $230’s; Norfolk Homes, 615-355-1234; Schools: Stewarts Creek Elem, Stewarts Creek Middle, Blackman High; Directions: I-24 from Nashville. Exit Almaville Road right, go approx. 4 miles, Right into Stonewood, Left on Holywell. Weston Park: $159’s-$190; Fox Ridge Homes 615-895-2191 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Scales And Rockvale Elementary; Rockvale Middle School; Riverdale Or Eagleville High School; Amenities: Country setting with a pool and cabana and sidewalks throughout. Directions: I-24 East, Take Exit 80 (New Salem Hwy 99). Turn Right onto New Salem Hwy 99. Travel 3.3 miles. Community will be on the Left. 2916 Weston Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN 37128. Woodmont: From $230s; The Jones Co., 615-221-6400 www.livejones.com; Schools: Rock Springs Elem, Rock Springs Middle, LaVergne High; Amenities: Close to retail, restaurants, and Stonecrest Hospital; community pool, play areas, walking trails. Directions: I-24E to Sam Ridley Exit West (Exit 66A). Turn Left on Blair Rd. Turn Right onto Rock Springs Rd. Entrance will be on the left. Woodmont: From the $180’s; Norfolk Homes, 615-355-1234; Schools: Rock Springs Elem, Rock Springs Middle, LaVergne High; Amenities: Community swimming pool, pond with gazebo. Directions: I-24 to exit 66A Sam Ridley Pkwy West, Left on Blair Rd, Right on Rock Springs Road, Right into Woodmont - follow to model at top of the hill on the right.

From $200,000 - + Marymont Springs: $340’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com: Schools; Scales Elem, Blackman Middle, Blackman High; Amenities: Swimming pool, shopping. Directions: I-24E towards Murfreesboro to Exit #78A. Left on Rucker Lane. Go approximately 1.5 miles to the Marymont Springs entrance on your right. River Downs: $200’s-$225’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-624-3449, www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Rutherford County Schools; Amenities: New singlefamily homes on oversized homesites in established community. Side-entry garages and upgraded exteriors. Close to I-24, 840 & Hwy 96; Directions: From Downtown Nashville, I-24E to Exit 80, New Salem, turn Left onto Cason Ln into Three Rivers Subd, follow straight through community. Model ahead on left. 310 River Downs Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN. By appointment only until model home opens. The Villages of Berkshire: $250’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Amenities: Swimming pool, open air pavillion, close to shopping and schools; Amenities: I-24E Exit 76, first Right Manson Pike, approx. 1.4 miles to Left Brinkley Road. Entrance is 1 miles on Right. Model Home is ahead on Left.

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