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Find your home sweet home in Middle Tennessee

8 RYAN HOMES Falls Grove: Williamson County’s newest community

11 ON THE COVER Luxurious single-family homes now available at Falls Grove in Williamson County. SUBMITTED

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HOME-BUYING 101

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Evans Street: 414-1807 or 533-0272 Homes from the $450’s - $600’s •NOLENSVILLE: Williamson Co. & Davidson Co. Brittain Downs: (615) 202-2566 or 533-0272 Williamson Co. Homes from $419,900 - $539,000

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IN THE MARKET

WELCOME TO MIDDLE TENNESSEE

Find your home sweet home When people look for a place to put down roots, there are many 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 Riverfront Park in downtown Nashville is a popular venue for summer of our region. Surrounded by counties that offer events. JOSEPH TUCKER / TN MEDIA diverse housing options and other opportunieconomy, and Nashville’s economic outlook is bright. Known ties, Middle Tennessee strikes a chord with people from all as a recording capital and hotbed of music publishing, Music walks of life. From top-notch art exhibits at the Frist Center for City has several key employers in other industries, including the Visual Arts to the musical nightlife on Lower Broadway, Vanderbilt, HCA, Nissan and Gaylord. With an eye toward the the entertainment and cultural opportunities here are endless. future, city leaders just completed a brand-new convention Add to that fine dining, a first-rate symphony, various stage center, the Music City Center. productions and recreational diversions, and you have a haven for tourists and residents alike. HOUSING ACCOLADES Whether you prefer the comfort and convenience of The Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau cites Music a traditional neighborhood development or the luxury City as “a favorite place for conventioneers and tourists alike, of a downtown condo, Nashville and Middle Tennessee as well as a great place to work, live and raise a family.” Plenty have housing options to suit every lifestyle and budget. of others seem to agree. On Travel + Leisure’s list of “America’s From the excitement and fast pace of the city to the relaxFriendliest Cities,” Nashville comes in first with residents and ing atmosphere of the suburbs, a home search in Middle third with visitors. According to MSN Travel, Nashville ranks Tennessee is sure to find a place that you want to call home. 13th on its list of “Coolest North American Cities.” JOBS & MORE Business growth and job opportunities are vital to a healthy

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yan Homes is proud to introduce its newest community in Williamson County — Falls Grove. These incredible homes are priced from the low $400s. Located in College Grove, Falls Grove is a

brand-new community that offers life at a slower pace surrounded by beauty and defined by nature. In Falls Grove, you can choose from five floorplans for the home that fits your needs and desires. You’ll find up to six bedrooms, up to 4½ baths and up to 6,600-plus square feet of living space. Each oversized home site provides space for you to build the home of your dreams with state-of-the-art touches like brick & stone exteriors and three-car side-entry garages included, plus much more. When you live at Falls Grove, you can enjoy a picnic by the pond, jogging along the trails, roasting s’mores at the community fire pit or just taking in the fresh Tennessee air. With easy access to Franklin, Cool Springs, Murfreesboro and the city of Nashville, you’ll be just minutes from daily

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conveniences and some of the area’s most popular destinations. In just minutes, Arno Road and 840 are accessible and you can travel from the rolling, picturesque hills to major commuter routes. Since 1948, Ryan Homes has been leading the building industry and constructing homes that grow with homeowners. One of the nation’s top homebuilders, Ryan builds in 27 metropolitan areas and 15 states. Ryan Homes is a member of the NVR family of companies, a distinguished group that also includes NVHomes, Fox Ridge Homes and NVR Mortgage. Ryan Homes leverages its partnerships with nationally recognized brand-name suppliers of high-quality products to save customers money and provide the best in appliances, materials and fixtures in every Ryan home. Ryan Homes was an Energy Star Partner of the Year award winner in 2011 and 2012. And every new Ryan home is backed by a 10-year structural warranty and is Energy-Star-certified for a lifetime of up to 30 percent lower utility bills than standard homes.*

Ryan Homes For more information or to learn more about Falls Grove, visit online at RyanHomes.com/Falls Grove or call 615-238-5976. Brokers warmly welcome. *According to the EPA, Energy-Star-certified homes are up to 30 percent more efficient than standard new homes. 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 and financing are subject to change without notice. See a sales and marketing representative for details.

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STREAM VALLEY

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615.946.6272 | Single-family homes in a master-planned community in Franklin. Priced from the $300s to the $500s. Genavieve & Steinbeck Models

615.818.0530 | Spacious single-family homes on scenic homesites in an upscale community in Brentwood. Priced from the mid $400s. Lincolnshire Model

615.238.5976 | Now selling— Grand opening! Stately singlefamily homes with all of the future multi-million dollar amenities you could desire in College Grove. Priced from the upper $400s. Lincolnshire Model

• Up to 6 bedrooms and 4 baths • Garages for up to 3 cars • Community features scenic walking trails, lighted streets and a future community pool • Convenient to I-65, Historic Franklin and Cool Springs • Fantastic Williamson County location • Features include stainless steel GE® appliances, hardwood and ceramic floors, granite and more

• ½- to 1-Acre homesites • Up to 6 bedrooms and up to 4 baths • From 2,800 to 5,000 square feet of living space • Convenient to Cool Springs, Owl Creek Park, Governor's Club Golf Course and the Williamson County Recreational Center • New one-level floorplan now available—The Springhaven

GPS ADDRESS: 144 Stream Valley Blvd. Franklin, TN 37064

GPS ADDRESS: 9713 Capstone Ct. Brentwood, TN 37027

All located in Williamson County Schools MODEL HOURS: Sun-Mon, 1-6; Tue-Sat, 10-6 AGENTS WARMLY WELCOMED Prices, offers, availability and financing subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details.

• Scenic view you must see to believe • Luxury floorplans with upgrades included such as 3-car, side-entry garage • Up to 6 bedrooms and up to 4½ baths • Three exquisite pools, cabana, tennis courts, bocce courts, walking trails, shade pavillion and more • Convenient to I-840, Historic Franklin, Cool Springs, and Murfreesboro GPS ADDRESS: 6700 Falls Ridge Lane College Grove, TN 37046


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omeownership is part of the American Dream, but the aftermath of the housing bubble has left some prospective home buyers subject to stricter guidelines that govern both borrowers and lenders. But strict guidelines and more diligent lenders do not mean that you won’t be able to secure a loan to buy a home. It just means that you must do everything possible to ensure that your loan application is approved and your mortgage is affordable. Here are some tips for doing just that. • Address credit concerns before beginning the process. Poor credit is a prospective borrower’s worst enemy, and it’s an instant and glaring red flag to lenders. Thanks to inaccuracies on credit reports, some people may have poor credit and not even know it. Lenders use your credit score to determine the interest rate you qualify for; inaccuracies or poor credit histories can bring down a credit score. Before you apply for a home loan, carefully review your credit report to make sure there are no inaccuracies to affect your ability to get the most affordable mortgage. Prospective applicants should have any errors to their credit reports corrected and work to improve their credit scores before applying for a loan. • Pay down debt. Even if an applicant’s credit score is solid, lenders may scoff at applicants with substantial amounts of debt. Credit card debt should be paid down before beginning the process; it may also benefit applicants to pay off any additional loans, such as car notes or student loans, before applying for a home loan. The less debt an applicant has, the more attractive that applicant becomes.

• Avoid overusing credit cards. Using credit too frequently can make it more difficult for prospective home buyers to secure a home loan. Mind the credit limits on your credit cards; financial experts recommend using less than 20 percent of available credit to maintain a strong credit rating. • Don’t bluff on loan applications. Some borrowers might be tempted to inflate their earnings on home loan applications, including counting overtime or bonuses they haven’t yet earned when listing their annual income. Borrowers can expect lenders to request documentation of any extra income, including bonuses, so applicants should avoid including additional income on their applications unless they can prove it. Applicants must avoid hiding past issues on their applications. Banks performing their due diligence will eventually discover any past problems, so applicants should be straightforward from the start. If you’re concerned about your earnings, it is acceptable to include information about assets such as retirement plans and savings even if those funds don’t figure to be used to pay the mortgage. • Make a substantial down payment. Lenders look fondly on borrowers who can afford hefty down payments, feeling that such borrowers are less likely to default on their loans. In addition, the larger the down payment, the less the monthly mortgage payment will be, saving you a significant amount of interest over the life of the loan. — Metro Editorial Services

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uring warmer months, your thoughts turn to spending time outdoors. And you’re probably considering a variety of ways to make your new home comfortable, more attractive and more environmentally sustainable — while hopefully increasing its value as well. One feature that can achieve all these goals is a healthy lawn. Perhaps surprisingly, installing and maintaining a natural turf lawn is one of the best home improvement investments a homeowner can make. If you’re weighing your options and wondering whether a lawn is worth the effort, consider the following 10 benefits.

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OUTDOOR RECREATION An inviting, low-maintenance outdoor space can provide a significant boost to your quality of life. From picnics and games to lounging in

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the shade with a drink and a good book, a lawn offers the perfect setting for outdoor entertainment and relaxation. INCREASED HOME VALUE Grass makes a home more appealing. A wellmaintained lawn is recognized as such a desirable feature to potential homebuyers that it can boost a home’s value by as much as 15 percent, according to a Gallup survey.

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EXCELLENT RETURN ON INVESTMENT When it comes time to sell your home, good landscaping can give you a much higher return on your investment than many other home improvement projects. According to a Gallup survey, you can generally expect to recover 40 to 70 percent of the cost of building a deck or patio, while landscaping can offer a 100 to 200 percent return.

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NATURAL WEED CONTROL If you want a relatively low-maintenance landscaping option for an area of bare ground, try grass. A healthy lawn discourages the growth of weeds, and grass will easily outcompete other plants when you create the conditions that favor it.

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EROSION PREVENTION Grass is one of the most efficient and inexpensive ways to prevent erosion caused by wind and water. A thick lawn absorbs rainfall, virtually eliminating any runoff, and the extensive root systems of the individual grass plants bind the soil more effectively than many other ground covers.

STRESS RELIEF Grass areas are naturally calming and stress relieving, and the visual appeal contributes to improved mental health and better quality of life. The healing power of nature can work its magic even in your own backyard. URBAN BENEFITS In cities, grass absorbs noise and provides a beneficial link with nature. Studies have shown that well-maintained lawns also promote greater community pride and deter littering and vandalism.

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COOLING On hot days, grass is much cooler than cement, asphalt and dirt, which trap heat. And grass doesn’t just stay cool to the touch, it cools the atmosphere as well. Each blade acts as an evaporative cooler, and by transpiring water to cool itself, grass also cools the environment, reducing the energy requirements for air-conditioning in buildings surrounded by lawns. According to the academic professionals with Grass Seed USA, the front lawns of eight average-size homes have the same cooling effect as the airconditioning systems of about 20 homes.

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OXYGEN Trees may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, but all plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen. According to Grass Seed USA, a lawn of just 50 square feet releases enough oxygen to meet the needs of a family of four.

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SELF-REPAIR A lawn is naturally self-repairing. If you choose the right grass for your climate conditions and lawn-use patterns, it will be highly resilient and regenerate quickly in response to stresses such as drought, frost or foot traffic. “There are many reasons to love your lawn,” says Bryan Ostlund, executive director of Grass Seed USA, a coalition of American grass seed farmers and turf specialists. “Whether you want a safe place for the kids to play or a welcoming outdoor space for a barbecue, grass fits the bill. It’s a remarkably easy and budget-friendly way to add aesthetic, recreational and economic value to your home.” — Brandpoint Content

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High-rise ‘goes condo’ Due to increasing demand in the market, developers of Twelve Twelve opt to sell instead of rent

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welve Twelve, Nashville’s newest high-rise condo building, is set to open for residents in August of this year. Work on the structure — which was originally planned as a highrise apartment building — began in the spring of 2013. But a funny thing happened on the way to completing this impressive behemoth of a building: more people wanted to buy than rent.

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The foundering downtown real estate market — adversely affected by the economic downturn that started in 2007 — suddenly experienced a resurgence last year. The result was a low inventory of downtown condos available for purchase; there was not — and still isn’t — enough supply to meet the demand. “Right now there’s between a three- and four-month supply of [downtown] condos on the market,” says Zach Goodyear, managing broker at Parks in the Gulch. Goodyear explains that means if no new units come on the market, it would take three to four months for all of this inventory to be sold. In an ideal market, what economists would call an even market, Goodyear says there would be a six-month supply. Due to that lack of condo inventory, the developers of Twelve Twelve began to consider the prospect of selling the building’s 286 units as condos, instead of renting them as apartments. As early as January of this year, the big question around downtown was whether Twelve Twelve — located at 12th and Laurel in the Gulch — would “go condo.” By March, developers were soliciting, and easily obtaining, nonbinding reservation agreement from interested buyers. In April, it was official: Twelve Twelve would be sold as condos. Twelve Twelve, located at 12th and Laurel in The Gulch, offers stunning views with floor-to-ceiling glass on all 23 floors. RENDERINGS COURTESY OF HASTINGS ARCHITECTURE ASSOCIATES

Condos will have wood and tile floors, wall-towall windows and glass-rail balconies. “Since Twelve Twelve began the reservation process, we have averaged about one reservation every day, seven days per week, illustrating the fact that the high-rise condo market in Nashville is starved for inventory, and buyers are clearly hungry for more condos,” says Sydney McCann, also a broker with Parks in the Gulch. According to Goodyear, those nonbinding reservations are now being converted to sales contracts. “We recently sent contracts to 80 reservation holders; they had a nonbinding reservation with a 10-percent deposit down,” says Goodyear. “They’ve been asked to get back within 10 days with their commitment and an additional 10-percent payment. We’re already starting to get back signed contracts.” While there is an expectation that some of those contracts will fail to convert to a sale, that failure rate is expected to be around 10 percent. And with the lack of condo inventory downtown, it shouldn’t be difficult to find buyers. Goodyear notes that two-bedroom units are the most popular. He attributes that to the changing demographics of downtown dwellers. At the beginning of The Gulch’s transformation from an abandoned railroad yard to the vibrant downtown neighborhood it has become, the area attracted a younger crowd that was drawn to the convenience and > > HIGH-RISE, PAGE 17

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excitement of living downtown. Goodyear says more mature buyers are now coming into the market. “Now we’re seeing a lot of empty nesters. Some of them are coming from a 4,000- or 5,000-square-foot house, so they want more space,” says Goodyear. The most spacious units at Twelve Twelve — penthouses measuring from 1,949 to 3,836 square feet — have all been taken, selling at prices from $1.3 to $2.6 million. The average price for remaining two-bedroom condos is around $570,000, though prices range from $435,000 up to $978,000. Those units measure between 1,119 and 1,867 square feet, offer a choice of a gulch view or downtown view and some include a study. The least expensive one-bedroom unit available is priced at around $270,000, offers a downtown view and measures 703 square feet. Amenities at Twelve Twelve are impressive. From the terracelevel park to the outdoor kitchen where you can cook and entertain guests, Twelve Twelve is designed to enhance the downtown living experience. Other amenities include: • controlled access to the building • 24-hour security • common areas inside and out • dog wash and covered dogwalking space • heated saline swimming pool and spa • two guest suites for overnight stays • fitness center • 7,000 square feet of groundlevel restaurant space • audio system in every residence • quartz countertops • gated parking All of this is offered in a structure that affords stunning views and a location in a walkable community with grocery stores, shops, dining and entertainment nearby.

Learn more If you’re interested in purchasing a condo at Twelve Twelve, contact Zach Goodyear at 615-522-5100 or Sydney McCann at 615-509-4707.

POOL: The heated saline pool deck will feature dining areas, outdoor living space, covered cabanas and attractive landscaping. PARK/KITCHEN AREA: The rooftop green space will feature an outdoor kitchen with cooking grills and dining space — all enclosed in a walled-in garden with outdoor fireplaces and cozy seating. www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes | JUNE - JULY 2014 | TENNESSEE HOMES |

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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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615.896.8191 | Single-family homes from the $160s. Oversized, wooded and cul-de-sac homesites available. 3-Car garage homesites available. Florence Model 2208 Strickland Drive Murfreesboro, TN 37127

BRENTWOOD

615.893.8827 | New phase! Estate homes from the $240s and single-family homes from the low $200s. Side-entry garages included, located off Rucker Lane. Value that goes beyond location. Milan Model 1000 Muirwood Blvd. Murfreesboro, TN 37128

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615.294.5301 | New phase now open! Single-family homes from the $240s. Well-established community convenient to shopping, dining and entertainment. Venice Model 6700 Autumn Oaks Drive Brentwood, TN 37027

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Cobblestone Landing 615.708.8039 | Single-family homes from the $230s. Wilson County, community pool, walking trails and wooded homesites. Palermo Model 199 Cobblestone Landing Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

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615.651.5066 | Last chance! Singlefamily homes from the $180s. Beautiful, tranquil setting in the Three River’s community. Venice Model 2404 Parkwood Drive Murfreesboro, TN 37128

Three Rivers 615.651.5066 | Now open! Single-family homes from the $180s. Now selling from our River’s Edge model. 310 River Downs Blvd. Murfreesboro, TN 37128

River Downs Retreat 615.651.5111 | Last chance! Singlefamily homes from the $200s—final phase now selling. Spacious homesites in a scenic wooded setting. Excellent location just 3 miles to I-24. Capri Model 310 River Downs Blvd. Murfreesboro, TN 37128

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NASHVILLE Parmley Cove 615.651.2802 | Single-family homes from the $170s. Large homesites, near historic Whites Creek, Downtown Nashville and the airport. Grand opening! Florence Model 313 Parmley Lane Nashville, TN 37128

NOLENSVILLE Silver Stream Farms 615.405.4335 | Single-family homes from the $280s. Community pool, cabana, walking trails and acres of common area. Sheffield Model 2101 Grand Street Nolensville, TN 37135


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BRENTWOOD Morgan Farms, from the upper $600s (615) 500-4746

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King’s Chapel, from the low $500s (615) 568-0683

FRANKLIN Hurstbourne Park, from the low $600s (615) 794-9352 Springhouse at Breezeway, from the low $500s (615) 472-1516

NOLENSVILLE Burkitt Place, from the mid $300s (615) 776-7672 Arrington Retreat, from the low $400s (615) 395-8028

HENDERSONVILLE Fountain Brooke, from the low $300s (615) 824-7407

MT. JULIET Cobblestone Landing, from the low $300s (615) 758-8762

MURFREESBORO The Villages of Berkshire, from the upper $200s (615) 890-8146 Marymont Springs, from the mid $300s (615) 890-8146 Models open daily 11-6, Sat. 10-6, and Sun. 12-6

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DAVIDSON

Everyone is singing Nashville’s praises

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ashville has long been known for its country music scene, but these days the city draws attention for more than 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), quality of life, fewer traffic tie-ups compared with other cities its size, affordable housing prices and a “pro-business environment.” 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 areas such as sports, art, music, culture and cosmopolitan factors (like LEED certifications and population growth). Some may think of Nashville as a meat-andthree kind of town, but the venerable New York Times knows that Music City has so much more up its culinary sleeve. A 2012 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. 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.” 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. With venues like The Bluebird Cafe, 3rd and Lindsley and The Station Inn, it’s not surprising that last year Rolling Stone magazine declared Music City has the “Best Music Scene” in the country. Nashville has even been noticed for one of its delightful Southern charms: its accent. While accents are sometimes the source of jokes and ridicule, Travel + Leisure readers seem to think otherwise. On their list of “America’s Most Charming Accents,” readers ranked Nashville #4. Seems folks love the Nashville drawl, y’all, noting that residents here have “added some city” to their Southern accent. Music City is also a thriving hub for industry; many companies have a long history here. Bridgestone, HCA, BMI, Thomas Nelson Publishing, Louisiana-Pacific and Dollar General all have corporate offices here — a testament to strong business foundations and economic growth. 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. — Diane Hughes, Tennessean Custom Publications

AT A GLANCE 2013 county population .............................. 645,722 Growth rate since 2000..................................... 13% 2013 community populations Nashville...............................................................404,761 Antioch....................................................................81,718 Bellevue.................................................................. 37,549 Hermitage...............................................................36,924 Madison.................................................................. 37,921 Median housing value:...................................$171,547 Median household income (2013):........... $40,754 Source: Claritas 2013

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

2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS K-5 O PK-4 O PK-4 F K-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 P PK-4 O PK-4 - PK-4 F PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-5 O PK-4 O K-12 O K-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 F PK-4 F K-6 O PK-4 O PK-4 F K-5 O PK-4 O K-4 O K-4 O PK-4 R PK-4 O PK-4 O K-4 O K-4 F PK-4 O K-4 O K-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O K-5 O K-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 F K-4 O PK-4 O PK-5 O PK-4 R PK-4 O K-8 O K-4 O K-5 O K-7 - PK-4 P K-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O PK-4 O K-4 R K-4 O K-4 O K-4 O PK-4 O K-4 F PK-4 O K-4 O PK-4 O K-4 O PK-4 O PK-5 O PK-4 O K-4 O K-4 O K-4 O PK-4 O K-4 O

688 374 638 563 468 374 358 265 784 401 318 448 504 783 110 365 363 530 559 282 438 597 195 324 217 496 407 480 193 769 478 647 749 749 430 908 590 303 556 503 335 805 279 523 382 603 351 866 294 760 37 296 666 58 464 479 491 317 849 554 335 554 526 310 320 228 625 362 261 424 649 456 687 593 567 631 873 311 488

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

764 276

Middle Magnet Head Math/Science 5-8 R I.T. Creswell Arts 5-8 O Meigs 5-8 R MLK Jr. 7-12 R Rose Park Math/Science 5-8 O

601 475 695 1191 397

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

153 37 394

O O O

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Comp. High Schools Antioch 9-12 O Cane Ridge 9-12 O Glencliff 9-12 O Hillsboro 9-12 O Hillwood 9-12 O Hunters Lane 9-12 O John Overton 9-12 O Maplewood State/LEA 9-12 F McGavock 9-12 O Middle Coll. at NSCC 10-12 O Nashville Big Picture 9-12 O Pearl Cohn 9-12 F Stratford 9-12 O Whites Creek 9-12 O Other Academy/HickoryHollow 1-12 - Academy/Old Cockrill 9-12 O Academy/Opry Mills 9-12 O Baxter Alternative 7-12 O Boys Prep 7-12 - Cohn Alternative 9-12 O East Nashville Magnet 5-12 O Harris-Hillman Special K-12 - Hume-Fogg Magnet 9-12 R Johnson School 8-12 - Liberty Collegiate 5-12 R Metro Nash.Virtual School 1-12 - Nashville Prep 9-12 R Nashville School/Arts 9-12 O Transitions@Bass 9-12 - W.A. Bass 9-12 - W.A. Bass Alt Learning 9-12 -

1910 1600 1251 1142 1212 1561 1774 901 2131 86 182 808 659 843 94 103 72 153 99 143 1208 115 935 44 203 85 200 714 14 175 108

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.)

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

A.Z. Kelley Alex Green Amqui Andrew Jackson Bellshire Bordeaux Buena Vista Caldwell Cane Ridge 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 Murrell School 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 683 Apollo 5-8 O 776 Bailey 5-8 P 439 Bellevue 5-8 O 696 Brick Church 5-8 P 272 Cameron 5-8 O 258 Cameron College Prep 5-8 - 295 Donelson 5-8 O 724 Dupont Hadley 5-8 O 662 Dupont Tyler 5-8 O 617 East Nashville 5-12 O 1208 Goodlettsville 5-8 O 558 Gra-Mar 5-8 P 423 H.G. Hill 5-8 O 640 Isaac Litton 5-8 O 320 Jere Baxter 5-8 O 457 Joelton 5-8 O 343 John Early Paideia 5-8 F 505 John F. Kennedy 6-8 O 871 John T. Moore 5-8 F 607 KIPP Academy 5-6 R 332 Knowledge Academy 5-8 - 141 Lead Academy 5-9 O 560 Madison 5-7 O 774 Margaret Allen 5-8 R 420 McMurray 5-8 O 780 Neely’s Bend 5-8 O 516 New Vision Academy 5-6 O 167 STEM Prep 5-8 R 218 Smithson Craighead 5-8 P 304 Thurgood Marshall 5-8 O 767 Two Rivers 5-8 O 705 West End 5-8 F 469 William Henry Oliver 5-8 O 828 Wright 5-8 O 876

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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SCHOOL

HOW TO READ THE REPORT CARD

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

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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 2013 For a comprehensive look at Report Card 2013 results for all Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, log on to www.tennessee.gov/education/reportcard and select the Davidson County school system.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION (615 area code unless otherwise noted)

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

IDs and reinstatements (no testing) at 312 Eighth Ave. N., third floor, Tennessee Tower (253-2062) or 1061 Murfreesboro Pike (7412541). tennessee.gov/safety.

Registration/Tags/Emission Testing You must present a valid emissions test Nashville, Hermitage, Joelton, certificate, current registration or car title (or Lakewood, Whites Creek Utilities the name and address of the lien holder) Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 880-1000 and pay for the tag and county wheel tax. Water Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 862-4600 862-6050. Goodlettsville Emissions testing is $9. Cash (no bills larger Trash Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 859-2740 than $20, personal checks (# over 500) and Water Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 868-3201 credit cards accepted. Testing is offered at: 3494 Dickerson Rd . . . . . 715 Gallatin Rd. N. Voter Registration Davidson County Election Commission, 800 3363 Stoner Bend Dr. . . . 1317 Antioch Pike Second Ave. S. Visit nashville.gov/vote or call 7008 Westbelt Dr. . . . . . . . 501 Craighead St. 862-8800. Open 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Tuesday; 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Friday. The Antioch Driver’s License Pike station is open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. MondayTesting at 6604 Centennial Blvd. (741-4560 or 741-4561) or 624 Hart Lane (532-9780). Express Friday and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday. 1-866service for duplicate licenses, renewals, photo 623-8378 or visit www.nashvillevip.org.

AREA 1 DELVIN DOWNS

From the $220’s www.CapitolHomeIdeas.com

(615) 516-9499

TN-0101726118

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 sidewalk 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 tranquility 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. Walking Trails & 19-acres of open space. Three-sides brick included. 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 Intelligent Home™ energy-intelligent home technology package, and are serviced by Capitol’s unique 24-hour Customer Care Warranty Department.

SUGAR VALLEY

Priced from the $220's LiveJones.com/Sugar-Valley

Basement Home Sites Available

Experience beautiful views and great homes close to Brentwood without the Brentwood price! NOW SELLING! The Jones Company is proud to now offer homes built in the beautiful Sugar Valley community! Visit our model home at BARNES BEND (adjacent to Sugar Valley) for more information! From Nashville via I-65: Take I-65 South to Old Hickory Blvd., East exit(Exit 74A). Turn right on Nolensville Rd, left on Barnes Rd, and Barnes Bend will be on the right. From Nashville via I-24: Take I-24 East to Exit 59 (Bell Rd) and turn right. Bell Rd turns into Old Hickory Blvd. Turn left on Nolensville Rd, left on Barnes Rd, and Barnes Bend will be on your right.

BURKITT PLACE Starting From the $250’s Greg Welton (615)

414-5328

(615) 771-9949

www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

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.

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AREA 2 AVONDALE

Priced from the $215’s

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

Avondale’s park-like community setting is located among rolling hills of Nashville and minutes from downtown. Plans offer up to 5 BRs and 2.5 BAs, in a variety of ranch and 2-story designs. Community features a lovely landscaped boulevard with a playground and future pool and cabana. Directions: From Nashville- Take I-40 West. Exit McCrory Lane (Exit 192). Turn left off exit and go 1.4 miles. Community on left.

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From $200,000 - + Autumn Oaks : From the $230’s - $280’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-294-5301 www.foxridgehomes.com; Schools: Davidson County Schools; Amenities: Established community, sidewalks, close to shopping, daily convenienses, I-65 and I-24, Energy Star Certified. From Nashville: I-65 South to Exit 71/ Concord AVONDALE Priced from the $215’s Road. Turn Left off exit, East. Travel 6.5 miles then left onto Nolensville Rd, Community less then .5 miles on right. 6700 Autumn Oaks Drive, Brentwood, 1028 Nunnery Lane, Nashville, TN 37221 (615) 349-5336 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com TN 37027. 615-294-5301 tn732710 Avondale’s park-like community setting is located among rolling hills of Nashville and minutes from downtown. PlansSchools: offer upDavidson to 5 BRsCounty and 2.5School BAs, in a variety of ranchCommunity and 2-storyfeatures designs.future Avondale: From the $215’s; www.FoxRidgeHomes.com. 615-349-5336; District; Amenities: Community features a lovely landscaped boulevard a playground Pool, Cabana and Play area. Basement & Cul-de-sac homesites available Directions: Take I-40 West, Gowith 18 miles, Take Exitand for McCrory Lane (Exit #192. pool and cabana. Turn Left off Exit and Go 1.4 miles. Communityfuture is on the Left. 1028 Nunnery Lane, Nashville, tn732897 Directions: From Nashville- Take I-40 West. Exit McCrory Lane Priced from the $215’s AVONDALE Sugar Valley: From $230’s(Americana), From $220’s Jones Co. www.LiveJones.com; Shayne, Oliver, Overton; Direc(Exit(Inspiration); 192). TurnLane, left off exit615-831-0478 and go 1.437221 miles. onSchools: left. 1028 Nunnery Nashville, TN (Community 615) 349-5336 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com tions: From Nashville via I-65: Take I-65 S to Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit. Take OHB going east, turn R onto Nolensville Rd. Turn left at Barnes Rd Avondale’s park-like community setting is located among rolling hills of Nashville and minutes & Barnes Bend will be ahead, 2.5 mi on R. tn732875 from downtown. Plans offer up to 5 BRs and 2.5 BAs, in a variety of ranch and 2-story designs. Community features a lovely landscaped boulevard with a playground and future pool and cabana. Directions: From Nashville- Take I-40 West. Exit McCrory Lane (Exit 192). Turn left off exit and go 1.4 miles. Community on left.

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VillasHickory at Rivendell Woods low $110’s; Ole615-533-3213, South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Henry Elem, Thurgood Marshall Old $150’s+;: From Celebration Homes, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: A.Z.Kelley Elem,Maxwell Thurgood Marshall Middle, Cane Barnes Bend: Hills: From $230’s(Americana), From $210’s (Inspiration); Jones Co. 615-831-0478 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Shayne, Oliver, Overton; DirecMiddle,High; CaneAmenities: Ridge High; Amenities: Directions: Located in the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, between Interstates 24 & 65. Located just minutes from downtown NashRidge ExitBlvd/Brentwood 62 Old Hickory Blvd, right off exit OldNolensville Hickory Blvd, continue miles to tions: From Nashville viaOpen I-65: space; Take I-65 S to OldI-24E Hickory exit. Take OHB goingramp. east, Right turn Ron onto Rd. Turn left at2.5 Barnes Rd ville, major shopping malls. Directions: I-24tn732623 East, Exit #59 Bell Road, Right (west) on Bell Road approx 1/2 mile, LEFT on Hickory Park Drive (2nd traffic community on Right. & Barnes Bend will beModel ahead,home 2.5 mion onLeft. R. tn732706 light after exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community. tn732705 Burkitt Place: $210’s-$400’s; 615-568-5075, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Henry Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Rivendell Woods : From lowCelebration $100’s; Ole Homes, South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Pool, walking totCane lot. Directions: SouthInterstates Nolensville Concord to next Burkitt Place entrymaoff From $150,000 - $200,000 Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Located in the trails, rollingparks, hills of Ridge, between 24Road & 65.past Located just Road minutes fromleft. downtown Nashville, Nolensville jor shoppingRoad. malls.tn732707 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 afBarnes Bend: From $210’s (Inspiration); Jones Co. 615-831-0478 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Shayne, Oliver, Overton; Directer exit). Follow 6/10$230’s(Americana), mile to community.From tn732637 High $199,900-$250’s; Homes 615-566-6486, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Shayne OliverRd. Middle, Overton High; tions:Point: From Nashville via I-65:Regent Take I-65 S to Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit. Take OHBSchools: going east, turn RElem, onto W.H. Nolensville Turn left at Barnes Rd Amenities: Underground utilities, tree-lined streets and open615-641-2764, space. Directions: I-65S to Old Hickory 74A). Go approx 4 miles to The Preserve at will Old be Hickory : From Ole South Properties www.olesouth.com; Schools:Blvd Mt East View(Exit Elem, Thurgood Marshall Mid& Barnes Bend ahead, 2.5 misidewalks, onlow R. $100’s; tn732706 Right Nolensville Pk, entrance 4 miles onstreetscapes left. Model straight ahead. tn732708 dle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Wide with community sidewalks. The community also contains twenty-four acres of greenspace, with an adBurkitt $210’s-$400’s; Celebration Homes, 615-568-5075, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Henry Thurgood Marshall Middle, ditionalPlace: ten acres dedicated to Metroplitan Nashville Parks for future recreational development.Schools: Directions: I-24Maxwell East to Elem, Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn The CaneAmenities: RidgeRd. : From the high is$170’s: Goodall www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: AZ Elem, Thurgood Marshall Cane RidgeatMurfreesboro High; Pool, walking trails, parks, totHomes lot. South Nolensville Road past Concord Road to Kelly next left. Burkitt Place off leftGrove toward Community located 1.3 miles onDirections: left.615-448-8929, OR From Downtown Nashville, Murfreesboro Road SOUTH to RIGHT onentry Hobson Middle, Cane Ridge High: Amenities; on Playgrounds and tennis court. I-24E, Exit Bell Road, turn right. At stop light turn Right onto Cane Ridge Rd. ComNolensville Road. tn732707 Pike/Old Hickory Blvd to community right. tn732704 munity 1.8 miles on left. tn732709 High Point: $199,900-$250’s; Regent Homes 615-566-6486, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Shayne Elem, W.H. Oliver Middle, Overton High; Villas at Rivendell Woods : From low $110’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Amenities: Underground utilities, sidewalks, tree-lined streets and open space. Directions: I-65S to Old Hickory Blvd East (Exit 74A). Go approx 4 miles to Middle,$200,000 Cane Ridge High; From - + Amenities: Located in the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, between Interstates 24 & 65. Located just minutes from downtown NashRight Nolensville Pk, entrance 4 miles on left. Model straight ahead. tn732708 ville, 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 Autumn Oaks : From the6/10 $230’s $280’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-294-5301 www.foxridgehomes.com; Schools: Davidson County Schools; Amenities: Establight after exit). Follow mile-to community. tn732705 The Grove at Cane Ridge : From the high $170’s: Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: A Z Kelly Elem, Thurgood Marshall lished community, sidewalks, close to shopping, daily convenienses, I-65 and I-24, Energy Star Certified. From Nashville: I-65 South to Exit 71/ Concord Middle, Cane Ridge High: Amenities; Playgrounds and tennis court. I-24E, Exit Bell Road, turn right. At stop light turn Right onto Cane Ridge Rd. ComRoad. Turn Left off exit, East. Travel 6.5 miles then left onto Nolensville Rd, Community less then .5 miles on right. 6700 Autumn Oaks Drive, Brentwood, From - $200,000 munity$150,000 1.8 miles on left. tn732709 TN 37027. 615-294-5301 tn732710 Barnes Bend: From $230’s(Americana), From $210’s (Inspiration); Jones Co. 615-831-0478 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Shayne, Oliver, Overton; DirecAvondale: From the $215’s; From $200,000 - + www.FoxRidgeHomes.com. 615-349-5336; Schools: Davidson County School District; Amenities: Community features future tions: From Nashville via I-65: Take I-65 S to Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit. Take OHB going east, turn R onto Nolensville Rd. Turn left at Barnes Rd Pool, Cabana and Play area. Basement & Cul-de-sac homesites available Directions: Take I-40 West, Go 18 miles, Take Exit for McCrory Lane (Exit #192. & Barnes Bend will bethe ahead, 2.5-mi on R.Fox tn732706 Autumn Oaks From $280’s; Ridge 615-294-5301 www.foxridgehomes.com; Schools: Davidson County Schools; Amenities: EstabTurn Left off :Exit and Go$230’s 1.4 miles. Community is onHomes the Left. 1028 Nunnery Lane, Nashville, tn732897 lished community, sidewalks, close to shopping, daily convenienses, I-65 and I-24, Energy Star Certified. From Nashville: I-65 South to Exit 71/ Concord Burkitt Place: $210’s-$400’s; Celebration Homes, 615-568-5075, Rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall Middle, Sugar From (Inspiration); Jones Rd, Co. Community 615-831-0478less www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Shayne, Oaks Oliver, Overton; DirecRoad.Valley: Turn Left off$230’s(Americana), exit, East. Travel 6.5From miles$220’s then left onto Nolensville then .5 miles on right. 6700 Autumn Drive, Brentwood, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Pool, walking trails, parks, tot lot. Directions: South Nolensville Road past Concord Road to next left. Burkitt Place entry off tions: From615-294-5301 Nashville viatn732710 I-65: Take I-65 S to Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit. Take OHB going east, turn R onto Nolensville Rd. Turn left at Barnes Rd TN 37027. Nolensville Road. tn732707 & Barnes Bend will be ahead, 2.5 mi on R. tn732875 Avondale: From the $215’s; www.FoxRidgeHomes.com. 615-349-5336; Schools: Davidson County School District; Amenities: Community features future High Point: $199,900-$250’s; Regent Homes 615-566-6486, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Shayne Elem, W.H. Oliver Middle, Overton High; Pool, Cabana and Play area. Basement & Cul-de-sac homesites available Directions: Take I-40 West, Go 18 miles, Take Exit for McCrory Lane (Exit #192. Amenities: Underground utilities, sidewalks, tree-lined streets and open space. Directions: I-65S to Old Hickory Blvd East (Exit 74A). Go approx 4 miles to Turn Left off Exit and Go 1.4 miles. Community is on the Left. 1028 Nunnery Lane, Nashville, tn732897 Right Nolensville Pk, entrance 4 miles on left. Model straight ahead. tn732708 Sugar Valley: From $230’s(Americana), From $220’s (Inspiration); Jones Co. 615-831-0478 www.LiveJones.com; Schools: Shayne, Oliver, Overton; DirecThe Grove at Cane Ridge : From the high $170’s: Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: A Z Kelly Elem, Thurgood Marshall tions: From Nashville via I-65: Take I-65 S to Old Hickory Blvd/Brentwood exit. Take OHB going east, turn R onto Nolensville Rd. Turn left at Barnes Rd Middle, Cane Ridge High: Amenities; Playgrounds and tennis court. I-24E, Exit Bell Road, turn right. At stop light turn Right onto Cane Ridge Rd. Com& Barnes Bend will be ahead, 2.5 mi on R. tn732875 munity 1.8 miles on left. tn732709

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ter exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community. tn732637 Villas at Rivendell Woods : From low $110’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Henry Maxwell Elem, Thurgood Marshall The Preserve at Old Hickory : From low $100’s; Ole South Properties 615-641-2764, www.olesouth.com; Schools: Mt View Elem, Thurgood Marshall MidMiddle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Located in the rolling hills of Cane Ridge, between Interstates 24 & 65. Located just minutes from downtown Nashdle, Cane Ridge High; Amenities: Wide streetscapes with community sidewalks. The community also contains twenty-four acres of greenspace, with an adville, 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 ditional ten acres dedicated to Metroplitan Nashville Parks for future recreational development. Directions: I-24 East to Old Hickory blvd. (exit 62). Turn light after exit). Follow 6/10 mile to community. tn732705 left toward Murfreesboro Rd. Community is located 1.3 miles on left. OR From Downtown Nashville, Murfreesboro Road SOUTH to RIGHT on Hobson From $100,000 - to $150,000 Pike/Old Hickory Blvd community on right. tn732704


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AREA 2 From $150,000 - $200,000 Riverwalk: $170’s-$300’s; Celebration Homes, 615-533-3213; rsmith@CelebrationTN.com; Schools: Gower Elem, H.G.Hill Middle, Hillwood High; 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, turn left into community, go over bridge and take 1st Right on Watervale. Home 1/4 mile on Left. tn732877

From $200,000 - + Woodland Forest: From $250s; Fox Ridge 615-405-4335 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com; Schools: Gower, Bellevue, Hillwood; Directions: I-40 West to Old 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. tn732880

AREA 4 CARRINGTON PLACE Starting in the 170’s Stephanie Salazar (208)

(615) 771-9949

704-7044 www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com | www.CelebrationTN.com

Feature the New “Executive Series” Designer Homes. Conveniently located near Briley Parkway, Minutes from Downtown, Variety of Craftsman styled home with front porches, expansive bonus rooms and open floor 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 City Hwy. Turn left onto Eaton’s Creek Rd. Community is a couple of miles on the right.

From $150,000 - $200,000 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. tn732882

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313 Parmley Lane, Nashville, TN 37189 www.foxridgehomes.com

Starting in the $170’s

(615) 651-2802

Grand opening of new single-family homes at an exceptional value. Easy access to Briley Pkwy, Downtown Nashville, Metro Center, Int’l Airport & more. A variety of floor plans to fit any lifestyle. Wooded home sites will not back up to another home! Underground utilities, sidewalks throughout, up to 5 bedroom plans. Every home Energy Star® certified & third party verified.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Parmley Cove: From the $180’s - $200’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-651-2802, 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. 313 Parmley Lane, Nashville tn732883

AREA 7 ABBINGTON SHORES New Plans Starting at $170’s Stephanie Salazar (208) 704-7044 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.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Bridgewater: From $250’s (Heritage), From $200s (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. tn732885

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SUMNER Measured growth, eye toward the future are part of Sumner’s appeal

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ith one of the top high schools in the state, a mass transit plan in the works 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. 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. The Gallatin area is a sportsman’s paradise; fishing and boating opportunities abound along the county’s many miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake, and lakefront or golf course homes are plentiful at communities like Fairvue Plantation. 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). Affordable new homes at Saundersville Station in Hendersonville start at just $159,900, and Creekside at Station Camp offers homes starting near $220,000. Plans are underway to develop the first transit-ready community in Gallatin, Greensboro North, which will eventually include 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. — Diane Hughes, Tennessean Custom Publications

AT A GLANCE 2013 county population:.................................. 167,264 Growth rate since 2000:........................................28% 2013 community populations: Gallatin.......................................................................45,279 Hendersonville..........................................................61,377 Portland......................................................................23,021 White House..............................................................13,780 Westmoreland.............................................................9,397 Median housing value:.................................... $177,370 Median household income (2013):...............$44,938 Estimated commute times from downtown Nashville (37203): Goodlettsville....................................................21 minutes Gallatin...............................................................38 minutes Hendersonville..................................................26 minutes Source: Claritas 2013 and Mapquest

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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

PK-5 O 580 PK-5 O 681 K-5 O 289 K-5 O 242 K-5 O 478 K-5 O 449 PK-5 O 666 PK-5 O 677 PK-5 O 421 K-5 R 565 PK-5 O 476 PK-5 O 618 K-5 O 385 PK-5 O 800 K-12 R 659 K-5 O 318 PK-5 O 572 K-5 F 215 K-5 O 143 K-5 O 581 K-5 O 944 PK-5 O 328 PK-5 O 713 K-5 O 465 K-5 O 456 K-4 O 482

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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

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Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2013 For a comprehensive look at Report Card 2013 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 23.

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.

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

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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

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

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AREA 9 From $100,000 - $150,000 Lenox Place From the $140’s Goodall Homes www.GoodallHomes.com 615-881-7006 or 615-916-0066; All of the condominiums in Lenox Place come with a two-car garage; private courtyead entrances and access to the community amenities, including a community swimming pool and clubhouse; Directions: From Nashville: I-65 North to Highway 386 (Vietnam Verterans Blvd) Exit 95, Vietnam Vererans Blvd., Go 15 miles and turn right (south onto Highway 109 Bypass The Lenox Place entrance is on the right. tn732958

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Quality Built Homes CONTACT: Steve & Sharon Laviola titansfan99@aol.com

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The Hunt Club Emerald Point Savannah

The Hunt Club community offers extensively landscaped entrance ways, gently curving streets and a neighborhood swim club. Top-rated Hendersonville Schools are within a short drive, and the airport and downtown Nashville are just 20 minutes away. Hunt Club pricing starts in the $270’s DIRECTIONS: I-65 North to Vietnam Veterans Blvd. Take Exit #9 (Gallatin). Go one mile and turn right on Hunt Club Blvd.

Come enjoy your new custom home in a community nestled along the banks of Old Hickory Lake. Emerald Point has quiet appeal with updated French country style floor plans. Creekside Homes is bringing a touch of elegance with upscale architecture amenities. Prices starting in the low $300’s.

DIRECTIONS: Take interstate 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 Sub).

Hendersonville’s top new address for upscale family homes on large lots. Enjoy outdoor living with mature trees. Creekside Homes is bringing a fresh architectural flavor to this area with all new French country style floor plans with the latest upscale trends. Priced from the mid $300’s. DIRECTIONS: Take I-65 North to 386 (Vietnam Veterans Parkway). Take Exit 9 (31W). Go approximately 2 miles on 31W (Johnny Cash Parkway) to Savannah on the right.

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Carellton

Make your new home in the hottest new subdivision in Sumner County. Experience the best of both worlds. Located in the scenic countryside you’ll be close to the finest golf courses, the fabulous Old Hickory Lake and numerous other outdoor activities at nearby parks and recreation areas. Carellton is located on Long Hollow Pike at the intersection of Big Station Camp Blvd just 1 mile from the new highly-rated elementary, middle, and high schools. Carellton is convenient to shopping, dining, movie theaters, medical facilities and more. From the $270’s. DIRECTIONS: From Nashville take I-65 N to Vietnam Veterans Blvd (TN-386) to Exit 12 (Big Station Camp Blvd). Left on Big Station Camp for approximately 2 miles. The entrance to the Carellton Subdivision is just across Long Hollow Pike.


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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.

WYNBROOKE

From the $300’s

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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

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Spring Hill being named among the Top 10 “Most BusinessFriendly Cities in Tennessee” (Beacon Center), and the booming business climate here makes the area attractive to big companies, including Nissan, which chose to locate its North American headquarters here. It’s no surprise that Forbes magazine ranked Franklin (in an area that includes Nashville and Murfreesboro) at #2 among “Best Big Cities for Jobs.” Along with its healthy business climate, Williamson County can also boast about its healthy residents. Based on the area’s health behaviors, social and economic factors, and other criteria, earlier this year the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation named Williamson the healthiest county in the state. The county also scores big in education. Williamson County has four schools listed among the top high schools in the country, according to Newsweek magazine’s annual report. Brentwood, Ravenwood, Franklin and Page high schools were named to the publication’s 2013 list of America’s Best High Schools. Small-town charm, a healthy economic climate and a solid education system — if you’re looking for good country living in a growing and thriving community, Williamson County could be just the place.

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AT A GLANCE 2013 county population:................................194,928 Growth rate since 2000:......................................54% 2013 community populations: Brentwood............................................................... 53,517 Franklin.....................................................................96,806 Spring Hill.................................................................29,978 Fairview.....................................................................11,176 Nolensville.................................................................9,387 Thompson’s Station...............................................12,095 Median housing value:................................. $299,595 Median household income (2013):............ $83,220 Estimated commute times from downtown Nashville (37203): Brentwood.......................................................14 minutes Franklin.............................................................25 minutes Fairview............................................................37 minutes Source: Claritas 2013 and Mapquest

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t’s hard not to love Williamson County. Franklin, the county seat, is the quintessential Southern town set among scenic rolling hills, and the city has a thriving downtown district and quaint city square — traits that no doubt played a part in the city earning the Great American Main Street Award. By any estimation, Franklin is charming. The National Trust for Historic Preservation even cited the city as having one of the Top 5 Most Romantic Main Streets. And the city square, with its surrounding eateries and boutique shops, makes for a pleasant destination to spend the day strolling, dining and indulging in a little retail therapy. Great food and live music abound. The recent renovation of the former Gray’s Drugs site transformed a long-vacant downtown space into the bustling Gray’s on Main, a popular dining and music venue. Puckett’s Grocery in downtown Franklin also offers dining and music. You might feel at home at Franklin’s Westhaven community, which features a walkable design with retail establishments located within the neighborhood. Or perhaps you’d prefer the rural setting of Winterset Woods in Nolensville. More new homes are going up in Brentwood, Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station at communities like Tuscany Hills, Wades Grove and Belshire — just to name a few. There’s something here for everyone. But Williamson County is more than just a pretty place — it’s also a great place to live. NerdWallet listed Williamson at #2 on its 2013 list of “Best Places for Job Seekers in Tennessee,” and Franklin won recent kudos from Travel + Leisure, coming in at #8 on its list of “America’s Favorite Towns.” The county’s proven ability to attract and grow business has led to Brentwood and

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY 2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD

Voter Registration

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS SCHOOL

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

K-5 R 767 PK-5 O 536 K-5 O 729 k-5 R 752 PK-5 O 257 K-5 R 758 K-5 R 739 PK-5 O 482 K-5 R 532 PK-5 O 741 PK-8 R 498 K-5 O 564 PK-5 R 791 PK-5 R 803 PK-6 O 763 PK-5 R 805 K-5 R 612 K-6 R 625 K-5 R 652 PK-12 R 749 PK-5 R 534 PK-5 R 559 PK-5 O 575 K-5 R 518

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

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

9-12 R 1598 9-12 O 1658 9-12 O 609 9-12 R 1740 9-12 R 845 9-12 R 1436 9-12 O 108 9-12 O 1910 9-12 R 815

FRANKLIN SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL

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Franklin PK-4 F Freedom Intermediate 5-6 O Freedom Middle 7-8 O Johnson PK-4 F Liberty PK-4 F Moore PK-4 O Poplar Grove K-4 PK-4 O Poplar Grove 5-8 5-8 O

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Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2013 For a comprehensive look at Report Card 2013 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 23.

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.

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.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION (615 area code unless otherwise noted) 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


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(sales office in Belshire) www.olesouth.com; Schools: Allendale Elem, Spring LiveJones.com/Wades-Grove Benevento East: From low $200’s; Ole South Properties 615-731-1968, Station Middle, Independence 302-0044 High; Amenities: Larger than average homesites,(615) Longview Rec Center only a few minutes away. Directions: I-65 South, Exit Hwy 840 West. Exit Hwy 31 Wades Grove in Spring Hill offers beautiful new energy-efficient Jones Homes! Situated in a premium location in Spring Hill, offering South. Left on Thompsons Station Road, Right on Buckner Right on Duplex Road to neighborhood on right. tn733254nostalgic homes, from the easy access to Lane, everything, including shopping, schools, and Cool Springs entrance is only minutes away. Affordable

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$240’s Wades Grove offers a location convenient to everything from restaurants and retail shops to downtown Nashville, but at the same time allows you to escape to a natural, peaceful setting. You can truly have it all at Wades Grove! Directions: From Nashville, take I-65 South to Exit 59B to merge onto 840W. Take the exit toward US-431 S/Lewisburg Ave. Turn right at US-431 S/Lewisburg Ave. Continue to follow US-431 S. Turn right at TN-247 W/Duplex Rd. Turn right at Buckner Ln. Turn right at Wades Crossing.

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BELSHIRE CANTERBURY (615) 550-4672 LiveJones.com

Pricedfrom from the the $260’s $250’s Priced

2528 Westerham Spring Hill, TN Way, Thompson’s Station, TN

NEW! The Jones Company is NOW SELLING in Canterbury!

TN-0101735238

LiveJones.com/Canterbury LiveJones.com/Belshire

New, Energyamidst efficient Jones from onlyof $89 beautiful per square foot in Williamson County! This Canterbury new home community in Spring in HillThompson’s offers a decidedly different Situated the Homes rolling hills Williamson County, is located approach to life beyond city limits. Belshire has the following to offer: Station between Hwy. 840, Hwy 31 and Critz Lane in a lush setting that is close to schools, shopping, work A location tucked away in a beautiful valley bordered by McCutcheon Creek. Unique and historically accurate exteriors from our Homeand theSeries bestCollection. that middle Tennessee has to tooffer. Canterbury is kitchens, just minutes everything town -all Village Plans ranging in size from 2,000 over 3,600 sq. ft. Gourmet oversizedfrom bedrooms, large family desired Franklin, and dining utilities, at Cool andaccess nearby rooms, and including walk-in closetshistoric are standard. Communitywonderful features includeshopping a playground, underground andSprings, sidewalks. Easy to everything, including a new elementary school, recreation center, parks, retail shops and restaurants. to acclaimed existing and planned hospitals, and less than thirty minutes from the airport or downtown Nashville

CANTERBURY (615) 550-4672 LiveJones.com SILVER STREAM FARMS 2528 Westerham Way, Thompson’s Station, TN 2101 Grand Street, Nolensville, TN 37135

NEW! The Jones Company is NOW SELLING in Canterbury!

(615) 405-4335

Priced Priced from from the the $260’s $270’s LiveJones.com/Canterbury www.FoxRidgeHomes.com

Situated amidst the rolling hills of beautiful Williamson County, Canterbury is located in Thompson’s Located in a beautiful country setting31within Williamson County, Stream lighted streets, Station between Hwy. 840, Hwy and Critz Lane in a lushSilver setting that features is close landscaped to schools,and shopping, work sidewalks, pool andTennessee cabana, walking over 80 acres of common and all thecommunity best that middle has totrails, offer.and Canterbury is just minutesspace. from everything Silver Stream is convenient to I-65 and I-24 as well as the Cool Springs area and Brentwood. desired including historic Franklin, wonderful shopping and dining at Cool Springs, and nearby Directions: From Downtown Nashville: Take I-65and S toless the Concord Rd/Brentwood exit; Travel to acclaimed existing and planned hospitals, than thirty minutes from the airport or East on Concord Road to the dead end at Nolensville Pike; Right on Nolensville Pike, go 3.5 downtown Nashville miles; Turn left on Rocky Fork Road; Community is 1 mile on the right.

Benevento East SILVER STREAM FARMS

PricedPriced from the Low from the$270’s $270’s www.olesouth.com

2101 Grand Street, Nolensville, TN 37135 (615)219-5644

TN-0101726231

(615) 405-4335 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com Just minutes from I-840 & I-65 in Spring Hill, you will find Williamson County’s best all-brick home values in Ole Located in a beautiful country setting Williamson Stream landscapedtoand South’s Benevento East. Choose fromwithin 3, 4, & 5 bedroomCounty, homesSilver from the mid features 200’s. Convenient thelighted neweststreets, schools sidewalks, community and cabana, walking trails, and over 80 acres of common space. and area shopping, yetpool secluded and peaceful. Silver StreamI-65 is convenient I-65 840 and West. I-24 asExit wellHwy as the Springs area and Brentwood. Directions South, ExittoHwy 31Cool South. Left on Thompsons Station

Road, RightFrom on Buckner Lane, Right onTake Duplex to neighborhood entrance on right Directions: Downtown Nashville: I-65Road 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 Call: 615-219-5644. miles; Turn left on Rocky Fork Road; Community is 1 mile on the right.

Benevento East BELSHIRE

Priced from $270’s

(615)219-5644 1052 Cantwell Place Spring Hill 37174

TN-0101726231

AREA 10

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

AREA 10

town - Village Series Collection. Plans ranging in size from 2,000 to over 3,600 sq. ft. Gourmet kitchens, oversized bedrooms, large family rooms, and walk-in closets are standard. Community features include a playground, underground utilities, and sidewalks. Easy access to everything, including a new elementary school, recreation center, parks, retail shops and restaurants.

Priced from the Low $270’s (615) 771-9949 www.olesouth.com 972-8668

Jeff Terrell(615)

Just minutes from I-840 & I-65 in Spring Hill, you will find Williamson County’s best all-brick home values in Ole www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com South’s Benevento East. Choose from 3, 4, & 5 bedroom homes from the mid 200’s. Convenient to the newest schools Large Lot, Side Entry Garage and Brick Community. 4 and 5 Bedroom Spacious Homes and area shopping, yet secluded peaceful. with custom touches Nashville’s Designer home builder. Directions I-65 South,from Exit Hwy 840 West. Exit Hwy 31 South. Left on Thompsons Station Road, Right ontoBuckner Lane, Right on(local Duplex Road to left neighborhood on right Directions: I-65 exit 84 West via exit 59B traffic). Turn on Highway entrance 31 south. Go approx 4.2 mi to right on Belshire Way (at Lowes Home Improvement) entry ahead and Celebration Call: is on the first right to the right. model

615-219-5644.

BURKITT PLACE Priced from $270’s FROM $279,900 - $429’S BELSHIRE (615) 771-9949 615-739-0570 400-6492 1052 Cantwellor Place Spring Hill 37174 Jeff Terrell(615) 972-8668 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 www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com

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”Community. base board trim throughout. Burkitt Place is aHomes master planned community with Large Lot, Side Entry Garage Brick 4 and 5 Bedroom Spacious pools,custom cabana, walking trails andNashville’s play ground. Visit RegentHomesTn.com to view our models & plans. with touches from Designer home builder. DirectionsI-65 from Nashville: I-65 S.59B to Concord Rd.Turn (exit 71). Left on 31 Concord. Directions: to exit 84 West via exit (local traffic). left on Highway south. GoGo 6.4 miles to TurnWay right. Community .8 miles on left. approx 4.2Nolensville mi to right onPk. Belshire (at Lowes Home Improvement) entry ahead and Celebration model is on the first right to the right.

www.RegentHomesTN.com

BURKITT BENT CREEKPLACE 615-739-0570 Nolensville, TN

or 400-6492

FROM $279,900 - $429’S From the $280’s LiveJones.com/Bent-Creek

Bent Creek new of home community offers the benefits of with new Williamson County schools, convenient Springs shopping, easy Select fromisaavary 1- and 2-story that energy-efficient homes up to 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 3-carCool garage. Features access to I-65 and I-24, the charm tranquility of a ruralin lifestyle. Bent Creek has an array of microwave community amenities, includingtwo-piece swimming include hardwood inplus selected area,and granite countertops kitchen, stainless stain range, and dishwasher, pool, pool cabana, running creeks, flower meadows, pocket parks, miles of walking trails and quiet places to extend your boundaries crown molding in selected areas and 5-1/4” base board trim throughout. Burkitt Place is a master planned community with far beyond your ownwalking back yard, you withVisit the natural wonders of all 343 pools, cabana, trailsconnecting and play ground. RegentHomesTn.com to acres. view our models & plans. From Nashville: Take Nolensville Road (Hwy. 41A) south. Turn right onto Clovercroft Road. Turn Right on Old Clovercroft, Directions Nashville: I-65 and S. to Concord Rd.Bent (exit 71).Trace. Left For on The Concord. 6.4Creek, continue past then turn rightfrom onto Sam Donald Road, then turn let onto Creek Reserve Go at Bent miles Nolensville Turn right. Community .8 miles on left. the maintoentrance on SamPk. Donald Road and turn left onto Lodge Hall Road. From Brentwood/I-65: Take 1-65 south to Concord Road (exit 71). Travel east on Concord Road to Nolensville Road. Turn right on Clovercroft Road, right onto Old Clovercoft, left www.RegentHomesTN.com onto Sam Donald Road, and then turn left onto Bent Creek Trace. Donald Road and turn left onto Lodge Hall Road.

From $150,000 - $200,000

BENT CREEK Nolensville, TN

From the $280’s

LiveJones.com/Bent-Creek

Bent Creek is a new home community that offers the benefits of new Williamson County schools, convenient Cool Springs shopping, easy

access to I-65 andRegentHomesTN.com; I-24, plus the charm and tranquility of a rural lifestyle. Bent Creek has an array of Page community amenities, including swimming Berry Farms: $221,900-$450’s; Regent Homes, 615-414-1807, Schools: OakviewElem, Page Middle, High; Amenities: Park, playpool, pool cabana, running creeks, flower meadows, pocket parks, miles of walking trails and quiet places to extend your boundaries far ground, walking paths, pool, pool pavillion and town center. Directions: beyond your own back yard, connectingI-65S you withtothePeytonsville natural wonders Road of all 343Exit. acres.West on Goosecreek bypass to Right on From Nashville: Nolensville RoadRight (Hwy. 41A) south. Turn right onto Clovercroft Road. Turn Right on Old Clovercroft, Lewisburg Pike. Right into Berry Farms on Poplar Street. LeftTake on Rural Plains, on Levisa Lane. tn733257 then turn right onto Sam Donald Road, and then turn let onto Bent Creek Trace. For The Reserve at Bent Creek, continue past the main entrance on Sam Donald Road and turn left onto Lodge Hall Road. From Brentwood/I-65: Take 1-65 south to Concord Road (exit 71). Travel east on Concord Road to Nolensville Road. Turn right on Clovercroft Road, right onto Old Clovercoft, left onto Sam Donald Road, and then turn left onto Bent Creek Trace. Donald Road and turn left onto Lodge Hall Road.

From $150,000 - $200,000 Berry Farms: $221,900-$450’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. tn733257

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NEW! The Jones Company is NOW SELLING in

COTTAGE COLLECTION From the $280’s

INSPIRATION COLLECTION From the $270’s

DESIGNER MODEL HOME

NOW OPEN

Amenities Include: • Pocket Park with Charcoal Grill, Fire Pit, and Seating Area • Resort-Style Junior Olympic Pool with Outdoor Cabana and Pool Deck • Kiddie Sprayground • Fire Pit Near Pool Area • Green Space in Amenity Area for Outdoor Events and Entertainment • Play Ground

ForMoreInformation,Call615-550-4672orgotowww.JonesAtCanterbury.com CANTERBURY directions from Nashville: Travel south on I-65 to west on State Road 840. Exit onto Highway 31 (Columbia Pike). Go South .5 mile on Highway 31 to left on Critz Lane. Turn left into Canterbury.

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CANTERBURY COTTAGES

From the Low $300’s www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com

2508 Westerham Way Thompson Station 37179

Anne Rainey 615-485-2828 or Randall Smith 615-771-9949 Fast Selling, Best Valued community.

TN-0101726106

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. Model Home first on right.

BERRY FARMS

(615) 771-9949

FROM MID $300’S

97 Poplar Ave. Franklin 37064 www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com Patrick Thornton (615) 290-3119 • pthorn8687@aol.com.

Live, work, shop, play community with all the amenities of a pedestrian friendly community all within your reach. Unique & well appointed resort style homes. Directions: 65 South, right at Peytonsville Rd., right at 431 – Lewisburg Pk, right into Berry Farms. Celebration Homes model on right.

CANTERBURY ESTATES

From the Low $300’s

2508 Westerham Way, Thompson Station 37179 | www.MoreSpaceMoreStyle.com Ed Rainey 615-568-5075 or 615-771-9949 | Anne Rainey (615) 485-2828

Pool, Cabana, Retreat Style community, Stylish yet affordable Williamson County New Construction directly off of 840. 10 Minutes from Cool Springs and historic Franklin. 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.

STREAM VALLEY

Priced from the $300’s - $500’s

616 Streamside Lane, Franklin, TN 37064 (615) 946-6272 www.RyanHomesTN.com Get more than you thought possible at Ryan Homes’ Stream Valley. New single family homes in a master-planned community in Franklin that features stainless steel GE appliances, hardwood & ceramic floors, granite in kitchen & more. Open floor plans offer up to 6-BR’s & 4-BA’s with options for morning room, bonus room & more. Scenic walking trail with rose garden, lighted streets & future community Welcoming Families Home pool. All homes are 100% ENERGY STAR© certified with a 10-year structural warranty. For Over 60 Years

WINTERSET WOODS

From the $320’s

TN-0101726190

AREA 10

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

AREA 10

(615) 771-9949

Greg Welton (615)-414-5328 1671 Briarcliff Drive, Nolensville 37135 www.morespacemorestyle.com Great Schools (Sunset Elem./Middle; Ravenwood High), Excellent location, private home-sites, Side Entry Garage, 4 and 5 bedroom brick homes. Directions: 65 South, Left Concord Rd, turn right at Sunset, go 2 miles past Governors Club, Winterset Woods entrance is on the right.

HIDDEN CREEK

Priced from the low $380’s

9713 Capstone Court, Brentwood, TN 37027 (615) 818-0530 www.ryanhomes.com New single family homes in an enclave of 25 home sites with a variety of floor plans to fit any lifestyle. Not one new home will back to another home & many will have a picturesque tree line. Features up to 6 Bedrooms & 5 Full Baths & 5,000 Sq. Ft. of living space. Side entry 2 or 3 car garages. Available in full brick or charming Craftsman style elevations. Directions: I-65 to Concord Rd (Exit 71), turn left, East, on Concord Rd. Follow 5.8 miles past Governor’s Club. Left on Bluff Rd. First left on Pikerton, community on left.

FALLS GROVE

Priced from the upper $380’s

6700 Falls Ridge Lane College Grove, TN 37046 | (615) 238-5976 | www.RyanHomes.com

New College Grove Community in Williamson County featuring future pool, fitness center, playground, tennis courts and more. A variety of floorplans to fit your lifestyle from one level homes starting at 2.550 sq. ft. to two story homes that are over 4,100 sq. ft. Features up to 6 Bedrooms and 4 Full Baths. Side entry 3 car garages. Available in full brick or charming Craftsman style elevations. Directions: From Murfreesboro: Take I-840 West to exit 37-Arno Rd. Turn left onto Eudailey Covington Rd. The community will be ahead on the left.

From $150,000 - $200,000 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. tn7333322

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TURNBERRY HOMES

Building A History Of Homes On A Grand Scale

distinctive quality built homes

LET US BUILD YOUR DREAM CASTLE.

Morgan Farms – Model Opens Spring 2014!

Brentwood’s newest upscale, executive community with clubhouse and swimming pool. 3 minutes drive to Ravenwood High School on Split Log Road. Upper $600’s to $800’s. Please call Keith Sefton at (615) 456-2108 for more information or to make an appointment.

Glen Abbey – Model Opens Summer 2014!

Brentwood’s newest luxury community with wooded hills, beautiful views and private park! Homes from the $500’s Take I-65 south to Moore’s 9 to $600’s. 9 Lane exit east. Right on Wilson Pike. Left on Split Log Road. Community is on the left. Please call Joni Wilson at (615) 554-0505 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 9 $800’s to $800’s. 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.

Model hours at these locations are Mon.-Sat. 11am-6pm, Sun. 1pm-6pm, or anytime by appointment.

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

WILLIAMSON COUNTY

AREA 10

STAGS LEAP (615) 456-2108

AREA 10

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 Mid $400s to Upper $500s Directions: I-65 to exit #65 Murfreesboro Rd. Go East for 1.5 miles. Turn right on (615) 456-2108 Franklin, Williamson Co Agent: Keith Sefton, keithsefton@gmail.com Arno Rd. Go 5 miles to neighborhood on the right. (Just past Page High School). Elementary School: College Grove, Middle School: Page, High School: Page TN-0101726244 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 From $560’s to $700’s Arno Rd. Go 5 miles to neighborhood on the right. (Just past Page High School).

STAGS LEAP

CHARDONNAY (615) 456-8367

9010 Chardonnay Trace, Franklin, TN

www.turnberryhomes.com TN-0101726244

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!

CHARDONNAY From $560’s to $700’s Directions: 1-65 to Cool Springs Blvd East EXIT 68A - 1.5 Mile to Left on McEwen @ Roundabout (615) 456-8367 9010 Trace, Franklin, TN - 1.4 Mile to Right on Wilson PikeChardonnay - Left on Clovercroft @ Stop Light - Chardonnay 1/4 Mile www.turnberryhomes.com on Right - FORCOOL AN APPOINTMENT CALL SEFTON 615-456-8367 Convenient SPRINGS Location withGINA 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!

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GLEN ABBEY Priced from the Low $600’s 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 (615)-554-0505 Split Log Road www.turnberryhomes.com Right - FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL GINA SEFTON 615-456-8367

Turnberry Homes; Brentwood’s Newest Estate Community Located on Split Log Road. Large, Level Homesites, Walking Trails, Playground. Conveniently Located Minutes GLEN ABBEYHS, Woodland Middle, Kenrose Elementary Priced from the Low $600’s from Ravenwood (615)-554-0505 Log Road Homes. - FOR AN www.turnberryhomes.com and I-65 Interstate. All Brick, Split 3 Car Garage APPOINTMENT JONI Newest WILSON (615)-554-0505 Turnberry Homes; CALL Brentwood’s Estate Community Located on Split Log Road. Large, Level Homesites, Walking Trails, Playground. Conveniently Located Minutes from Ravenwood HS, Woodland Middle, Kenrose Elementary MORGAN FARMS Priced from the $690’s - $800’s and I-65Keith Interstate. All Brick, 3 Car Garage Homes. - FOR AN www.turnberryhomes.com Contact Sefton (615) 456-2108 APPOINTMENT CALLto JONI WILSON (615)-554-0505 NOW PRE-SELLING!! Welcome Morgan Farms,Brentwood’s newest premiere upscale luxury community! Nestled along

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the countryside of Split Log Road & surrounded by picturesque hillsides, Morgan Farms boasts impressive stately homes on half acre homesites with magnificent views of the surrounding valley. Homeowners will enjoy Priced from the $690’s - $800’s the exclusive neighborhood swim center and clubhouse as well as access to the Brentwood walking and bikingSefton trail system. Superior location within walking distance to the NEW 320 www.turnberryhomes.com Acre Contact Keith (615) 456-2108 Smith Park & minutes from interstate access, shopping & Top Ranked Brentwood Schools. NOW PRE-SELLING!! Welcome to Morgan Farms,Brentwood’s newest premiere upscale luxury community! Nestled along DECORATED MODEL OPENS SPRING 2014- Select Your Premiere Homesite Now! the countryside of Split Log Road & surrounded by picturesque hillsides, Morgan Farms boasts impressive stately homes on half acre homesites with magnificent views of the surrounding valley. Homeowners will enjoy the exclusive neighborhood swim center and clubhouse as well as access to the Brentwood within    to the NEW 320 Acre walking and biking trail system. Superior location walkingdistance Smith Park minutes from interstate access, shopping & Top Ranked Brentwood Schools. 

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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 jschall@dreeshomes.com; area playground. Directions: I-65S College to SaturnGrove PkwyElem, West.Fred RightJ. on Port Royal,Fred go approx miles Arrington Retreat: $400’s ; Drees Homes; 866-246-3135, Schools: Page Middle, J. Page2 High; over Duplex into Wyngate, go 1/2 mile to Right on Bern Drive, Left on Zurich. tn733324 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. tn733326 From $200,000 - +

Arrington Retreat: $400’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. tn733326

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Extend square footage with outdoor living space

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uring warm weather, people clamor to spend more time outdoors, and with help from local pros, that outdoor time can be enjoyed to the fullest. Gardens of Babylon creates outdoor oases where you can indulge in your favorite activities with all the ease, comfort and convenience of an indoor space. When you have one of these outdoor living spaces, Gardens of Babylon landscape coordinator Mark Kerske says it’s like adding square footage to your home. “Our clients actually treat their new outdoor space as an extension of their indoor space, thus expanding the living area that they can enjoy,” says Kerske. Kerske notes that your outdoor space can serve myriad purposes: a quiet place to read, an alternative home office space, a place to entertain or a zenlike space to just be. So how should you go about planning this outdoor space? Kerske suggests that you consider how you want to use the space. Will you really use an outdoor kitchen? Do you plan to entertain? How much space do you need? “We’re there to offer ideas, but it all boils down to how we can effectively design a space that takes care of all their needs,” says Kerske. When designing your outdoor space, it’s important to keep comfort and convenience in mind. “If you are interested in an outdoor kitchen, not only do you want all the amenities — such as a wet sink, refrigerator and grill — close at hand, but you also want to design the space so you can be close to your guests,” says Kerske. If you think ahead and envision how you plan to use your

space, Kerske says, you can design it so that you can entertain and get the most enjoyment from it. Kerske notes that televisions and stereo speakers allow for a full entertainment atmosphere. Other items of importance are furniture (and its placement) and a sufficient number of electrical outlets. To truly make your space comfortable and inviting, consider including an outdoor fireplace. If there’s a culinary genius in the household, plant an herb garden near the outdoor kitchen. If you love the sight and sound of water, include a pool, pond or fountain. Just like your indoor spaces, an outdoor space has various flooring options: stone, concrete, paver stones and more. Consider whether the space should be open, fully roofed or covered with a pergola. You might even design the space so that it’s partially covered and partially open. That way, you can fully enjoy the open air but still have a sheltered space where you can cook and entertain if the weather turns. “A roof overhead with a ceiling fan and lights keeps everyone cool in the summer and keeps the party going into the night,” says Kerske. Regardless of how you decide to design and use your outdoor living space, Kerske emphasizes the impact such a space can have on your daily life. “Adding square footage to your existing home with an outdoor space truly adds an extra dimension to your life.” — Diane Hughes, Tennessean Custom Publications

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

AREA 10 From $200,000 - + Avalon: From the $990’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Franks 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. Call agent for gate code. tn733327 Barclay Place : From the $350’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. tn733329 Belshire: Premiere from $250’s, Village from $280’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. tn733330 Bent Creek : From $280’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. tn733332 Bent Creek: From the $280’s Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Model Home: 615-499-9962; Schools: Nolensville Elementary, Sunset Middle School, Ravenwood High School; Amenities: Community swimming pool, walking trails, Pocket Parks; Directions: From Nashville: Take Nolensville Rd. (Hwy 41A) South into Nolensville. Turn right on Old Clovercroft Road. Take first right on Sam Donald Rd. Take first left which is Bent Creek Trace. Bear right at Round-About. Turn left on Jobe Trail. Model home on right. tn733333 Borgata: From the $530’s; Beazer Homes 615-3696125, www.beazer.com, Model Home 615-454-2118; Schools: Lipscomb Elementary, Brentwood Middle School, Brentwood High School; Directions: Take I-65S towards Huntsville, Take exit 74B Old Hickory Blvd towards Brentwood, Merge onto Old Hickory Blvd, Turn left onto Franklin Road, Take your 2nd left turn onto Church St. E, Turn right onto Wilson Pike (not Wilson Pike Circle), Continue on Wilson Poike for approx 2 miles, Turn right into Borgata. tn733334 Breezeway: Low $500’s - $775 ; Drees Homes, 615-472-1516 , dreeshomes.com: Schools;e Elem Clovercroft , Woodland Middle, Centennial High; Amenities: s Quaint Natural Countryside Setting in Desirable COOL SPRINGS. Thoughtful planning incorporating Gently Winding Streets, Walking Trails, 2 Ponds, Pocket Parks and a 27 Acre Preserve. Brick & Stone, 3 Car Garage, Kitchenaid 36" Gas Cooktop & Double Ovens, TILE Showers and Backsplash, Outdoor Living Spaces with Fireplaces on Up to 1 acre Wooded and Cul-De-Sac Homesites. . Directions: I-65S, exit East on Moores Lane, continue on Moores Ln. by making a left at the second traffic light. Right on Wilson Pike, Left on Clovercroft Rd, Left at Breezeway Blvd. tn733335 Bridgemore Village From $500-$700; Thompsons Station, Arnold Homes LLC 615-236-8133. Schools; Heritage Elementary; Spring Station Middle; Spring Station. Amenities: Pool House, Great Open Spaces. Directions; I65 South to 840W. Take 431 (Lewisburg Pike) to Critz Lane Turn Right, Subdivision 1 mile on Left. TN734200 Brittain Downs: $399,900-$525,000’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. tn733336 Burkitt Place: $279,900’s-$429’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 tn733337 Burkitt Place: $330’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. tn733339 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. tn733340 Canterbury: $280’s: 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 tn733341 Canterbury: From $270’s (Cottages), From the $260’s (Inspiration); The Jones Co., 615-550-4672, www.livejones.com; Schools: Barthesda Elementary, Spring Station Middle School, Independence High School and Summit High School; Amenities: Resort-style, Jr. Olympic Pool with outdoor cabana, shopping and dining at Cool Springs, green space in amenity area for outdoor entertainment, kiddie spray ground; Directions: South on I-65 to west on State Rd 840. Exit onto highway 31 (Columbia Pike). Go South 5 miles on highway 31 to left on Critz Lane. Turn left into Canterbury. tn733342 Catalina Fraom the low $500’s; D. R. Horton Builder; Nolensville; Sunset Elementary and Ravenwood High School; Jr. Olympic pool with cabana, kiddie spary ground, Cool Springs Shopping & Dining. Directions: I65 to Concord Rd. E, Right on Walker Rd, Left on Maxwell, Catalina is about one mile on left. tn719766 Chardonnay: Mid $500’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. tn733344 E lmbrooke: $600’s to 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. tn733345

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Brentwood’s Best New Homes and Neighborhoods

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AREA 10

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

AREA 10 From $200,000 - + Falls Grove; College Grove From the $460’s; Ryan Homes (615) 238-5976; ewebb@nvrinc.com. Williamson County Schools. Future amenities: swimming pool; club house with fitness center & outdoor fireplace setting overlooking the pond; putting green; tennis courts; bocce courts; children’s playground. From Murfreesboro, take I-840 West to Exit 37 (Arno Rd), turn left onto Arno Rd, travel straight, then turn left onto Eudailey Covington Rd. Community ahead on left. 6700 Falls Ridge Lane, College Grove, Tennessee, 37046 tn733346 Falls Grove ; From the $380’s College Grove Ryan Homes (615) 238-5976 RyanHomes.com. Williamson County Schools. Future amenities: swimming pool; club house with fitness center & outdoor fireplace setting overlooking the pond; putting green; tennis courts; bocce courts; children’s playground. From Murfreesboro, take I-840 West to Exit 37 (Arno Rd), turn left onto Arno Rd, travel straight, then turn left onto Eudailey Covington Rd. Community ahead n left. 6700 Falls Ridge Lane, College Grove, Tennessee, 37046. tn733348 Falls Grove From the $390’s College Grove The Jones Company (615)-428-6386 www.LiveJones.com Schools. Elementary School; College Grove Elementary, Middle School; Page Middle School, High School Page High School. Coming soon a multi-million dollar amenity center, which is currently in the planning stages, and set to include a pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, walking trails, and playgrounds. Also situated just across the street from the beautiful, highly publicized "Grove" golf course.Model Home Coming Soon - Call for a tour!From Nashville: Take I-65 South to I-840 East toward Murfreesboro. Exit at Arno Road and take a Right. Then go left on Eudaily-Covington Road. The community will be up ahead on the left. tn733350 Glenellen: From the $670’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Franks 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Kenrose Elementary School, Woodland Middle School, Ravenwood High School; Amenities: Pond, Walking Trails and Common Area; Directions: From Nashville: I-65 South to Concord Rd East. Right onto Sunset Road (after Governor’s Club entrance). Right onto Ragsdale Lane. Right into Glenellen (Balroyal Dr.). tn733352 Governor’s Club : From the $990’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Franks 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Crockett Elementary School, Woodland Middle School, Ravenwood High School; Amenities: Pond, Walking Trails and Common Area; Directions: From Nashville: I-65 South to Concord Rd East. Right into Governor’s Club (Call agent for gate code). tn733353 Heartland Reserve Mid $200’s The Jones Company www.livejones.com 615-771-8006; Fairview Schools; 20 minutes to Dwtwn Nashville; close to 3 golf courses; 800 acre Bowie Park with bike trails; Directions: I-40 West to Fairview/Burns Exit 182, Right on Hwy 96, Approximately 1/2 mile, Left on Kingston Road. Go 1/2 mile to the entrance, which will be on the right. tn733354 Hidden Creek: From the low $460’s; Ryan Homes 615-818-0530, www.RyanHomes.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. 9713 Capstone Court Brentwood, TN. tn733357 Hurstbourne Park : $600’s - $700’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com; Schools: Trinity Elem, Page Middle School, Page High; Amenities: The only Community of this kind less than two miles to I-65/Franklin Exit! Resort-style pool, Clubhouse, Playground, Nature trails, Scenic neighborhood lake, Park areas, Over 16 acres dedicated Open Space, Tree-lined streets with sidewalks. Convenient to Cool Springs Galleria Mall. Final Phase only 36 Homesites averaging one-third acre that will feature our luxurious Estate Series with minimum 4,000 sq.ft., three car side entry garages, all homes feature covered rear porches Directions: I-65 S to Franklin Exit #65, Left (East) Hwy 96 approx. 1 1/2 miles, Left Hurstbourne Park entrance to Drees Model Home, 102 Hurstbourne Park Blvd. Open Mon.-Fri. 11-6, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 12-6, Close at 5:00 pm during Standard Time. tn733358 King’s Chapel: $510’s; Drees Homes, 866-246-3135, dreeshomes.com: Schools: College Grove Elementary, Fred J. Page Middle School, Fred J. Page High School. Amenities: Gates Community, swimming pool, nature trail, fishing pond, fitness center; Directions: From Nashville: I-65 South to Hwy 96 east. Go 7 miles to community on left. Dreeshomes.com. tn733359 Ladd Park : From the low $300’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. tn733360 Laurelbrooke: From the $1.2’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Franks 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Grassland Elementary School, Grassland Middle School, Franklin High School; Amemities: Premier gated community with clubhouse, Fitness Center, Media Room, Banquet Room, Heated Pool, Lighted Tennis Courts, Stocked Ponds, Waterfalls & Walking Trails; Directions: South on Hillsboro Rd. Right on Sneed Rd. Right into Laurelbrooke (Call agent for gate code). tn733361 Legends Ridge: From the $890’s: Tennessee Valley Homes, McClain Franks 615-405-2603, www.tennesseevalleyhomes.com; Schools: Walnut Grove Elementary School, Grassland Middle School, Franklin High School; Amenities: Pool, Tennis Courts, Play Ground, Trails & Pond; Directions: From Nashville: I65 South to Moore’s Lane Exit. Right on Moore’s Lane. Cross over Franklin Rd. Right into Legends Ridge. tn733362 Lockwood Glen From the $330’s ($334,900-$450,000) Goodall Homes 615-448-8929. Franklin; Trinity elem and Page Middle & High Schools/ Take I-65 South to Exit 65. Turn left to head east on Hwy 96 for .2 miles. Turn Right onto South Carothers Rd. Drive 1.9 miles & Lockwood Glen is on the right. tn733365 McKay’s Mill: Hadden Hall $440’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. tn733371 Morgan Farms; From the mid $600’s - $700’s. Brentwood Drees Homes 615-500-4746 dreeshomes.com Elementary Schools; Kenrose Elementary; Middle School; Woodland Middle School; High School; Ravenwood High School. Pool plus splash pool, clubhouse with catering kitchen and outdoor verandas, playground, park, charming Chapel with formal lawn, meadow trail, 89 acres of open space and common areas, covered outdoor living included on all Drees Homes, full brick and stone elevations with 3 car side entry, 10’ ceilings with 8’ doors first floor, KitchenAid appliances with 5 burner gas cooktop, dbl ovens and much more! Easy access to the Brentwood walking and biking trail system as well as the new 320 acre Smith Park. Ravenwood High School. Limited opportunities remain in the first phase, hurry to secure your homesite today!. From I-65, exit east on Moore’s Ln, right on Wilson Pk., left on Split Log Rd, to entrance on right. tn733373.

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AREA 10

W I L L I A M S O N C O. BRENTWOOD | FRANKLIN | FAIRVIEW | NOLENSVILLE | SPRING HILL | THOMPSON’S STATION

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AREA 10 From $200,000 - + 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. tn733376 Rizer Point: From the Low $300’s: Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Schools: Dual zoned, Elementary: Popular Grove or Johnson Elementary, Middle: Popular Grove or Freedom Intermediate or Freedom Middle, High School: Franklin High School; Amenities: Open green spaces, Canoe Launch, future greenway trail, connecting to the Williamson County Recreation Center; Directions: From Nashville take I-65S towards Huntsville. Take the west Cool Springs Blvd. exit, exit 6813, merge onto Cool Springs Blvd. Turn right onto Mack Hatcher Pkg/US-31 for 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Hillsboro Rd/US 431 for . 9 miles, Turn right on Del Rio Pike for .8 miles, Rizer Point community is located on the right. tn733378 Shadow Green : From $220’s (Townhomes) Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Amenities: Maintenance free living, close to shopping and restaurants; Directions: From Nashville, take I-65S towards Huntsville. Take the TN 96/Murfreesboro Rd./ TN 96, Turn left on Royal Oaks Drive. Turn left on Mack Hatcher Memorial Pky/US-31 for 2.4 miles. Turn right onto Columbia Ave/US-31 for .2 miles. Turn left on Shadow Green Lane (right before Chick Fil A). tn733387 Silver Stream Farms : From the $280’s; Fox Ridge Homes 615-405-4335 www.foxridgehomes.com; Williamson Co. Schools: Amenities: Landscaped and lighted streets, sidewalks, community pool and cabana, walking trails, and 80 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. 2101 Grand Street, Nolensville TN 37135. tn733398 Stags Leap : Mid: $400’s to Mid 500’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). tn733400 Stream Valley : $330’s-$500’s; Ryan Homes, 615-946-6272 www.RyanHomes.com; Williamson Co. Schools: Amenities: Master-planned community, tree-lit common area, future pool and Cabana. 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. tn733401 Tollgate Village From $279,990 - $378,990; Lennar; email tim.lampricht@lennar.com; 615-261-4040 or 615-372-9358; Thompsons Station, Sinstead Elementary, Heritage Middle and Independence High Schools; Pool, fitness center, clubhouse, volleyball, basketball, tennis court, walking trails, playgound; Driections: From Nashville: 65S to 840W, Exit Hwy 31 & turn right. 3rd drive on the left is Tollgate Village. tn733404 Taramore: From the Low $600 to $800’s: John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, 615-771-8964, www.dreamhomehq@jwhomes.com; Schools: Elementary: Kenrose, Middle School: Woodland, High School: Ravenwood;Amemities: Clubhouse pool with waterslide, lighted tennis courts, fitness center, direct access to Brentood bicycle trail. Directions: I-65 South to Moores Lane (Exit 69). Travel East on Moores Lane through one traffic light for 0.3 miles and turn left at the second light. You will still be on Moores Lane. Go 1.6 miles and turn right onto Wilson Pike. Go 1.1 miles and turn onto Split Log Road. Taramore is 0.9 miles on the right. tn733402 Wades Grove From the $230’s. The Jones Company www.LiveJones.com 615-881-7006 or 615-916-006. Easy access to everything, including shopping, schools, and Cool Springs is only minutes away; Directions: From Nashville, take I-65 So8uth to Exit 59B to merge onto 840W. Take the exit toward US431 S/Lewisburge Ave. Turn Right at US-431 S/Lewisburg Ave. Continue to follow US-431 S. Turn right at TN-247 W/Duplex Rd. Turn right at Buckner Ln. Turn right at Wades Crossing. tn733407 Watkins Creek From the $500’s The Jones Company www.livejones.com; Franklin, Trinity Elementary, Page Middle & High Schools; NOTE; This neighborhood is being sold from our Model Home at Hadeden Hall in Franklin.; Hadden Hall Model/sales Center; From Nashville, Travel south on I-65 to the Hwy 96 Exit. Go left on Hwy 96 to Clovercroft Road. Go left on Clovercroft and Hadden Hall will be on the left. tn733409 W esthaven: $289,900-$360’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. tn733410 Williams Park From the low $220’s; D.R. Horton Builder; Spring Hills. tn733420 Winterset Woods: From the $490’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. tn733421

AREA 16 From $150,000 - $200,000 The Estates at Port Royal: From $230s; Fox Ridge Homes 931-486-1428 www.Foxridgehomes.com; Schools: Spring Hill, E.A. Cox, Spring Hill; Amenities: Sidewalks, pool & cabana, 20 acre open spaces; Directions: I-65S to Saturn Pkwy (exit 53), right onto Port Royal Rd, community on left. tn733422 Woodside: $159,900’-$240’s; Regent Homes 615-604-7353, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Heritage Elem, Longview Middle, Independence High; Amenities: Sidewalks, tree-lined streets, walking trail, open space, underground utilities. Directions: I-65S to I-840W, Exit 28 towards Columbia/Franklin. Left Hwy 31S. Go 3.8 miles to Left Campbell Station Pkwy. Right St. Hubbins Drive. Right Paddy Trace. tn733423

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Businesses, families love Wilson’s small-town charm, healthy business climate

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f you’re looking to settle in an area where you can enjoy small-town values with big-city benefits nearby, Wilson County is a wise choice. Whether you choose the county seat of Lebanon with its quaint city square, Mt. Juliet with its easy access to Nashville or Watertown and its rural charm, Wilson County offers a place where business is booming, education is valued and the county fair is the event of the year. Business is booming here, which is a testament to the friendly business climate. It’s no surprise the Beacon Center of Tennessee, a not-for-profit think tank based in Nashville, has named two cities in the county — Mt. Juliet and Lebanon — to their latest list of the “State’s Most Business-Friendly Cities (#4 and #6, respectively). No doubt that business-friendly attitude played a part in the growth of the Providence community in Mt. Juliet, which is now set to add Providence Central, a mixed-use community of housing, retail and office space. Phase 1 is expected to be complete in early 2015. Wilson County has also been making strides in expanding and upgrading the county’s schools. The county commission approved a $63-million school building plan that is paying for a new high school in Watertown (set to open in the fall of 2014) and brought expansions at West Wilson Middle School and West and Rutland elementary schools. In recent years the county has added Winfree Bryant Middle School in Lebanon (2011), the new Lebanon High School (2012) and a new high school in Mt. Juliet (2008). Other signs of growth and progress include the new Highway 109 bridge joining Wilson and Sumner counties. The brand-new $29.5 million four-lane structure replaces an old two-lane bridge built in the 1950s. Leaders in both counties say the bridge will alleviate traffic congestion and provide an economic boost for their communities.

Rail transportation is set to expand in Lebanon with a new stop on the Music City Star line. The recent award of a $1.6-million grant will help fund the proposed rail station at Hamilton Springs, making it Middle Tennessee’s first mixeduse development designed around a train station. But it’s not all growth and business in Wilson County. People here also know how to have fun. Take their pride in producing a top-notch county fair. Voted the “Best Regional/ County Fair in Middle Tennessee” by readers of Tennessee Magazine, this annual event continues to draw huge crowds. According to Carnival Warehouse, based on attendance and other attributes, the Wilson County Fair ranks among the top 50 fairs in North America. Heck, even Ashley Judd — who has shown her prized pigs at the fair — gushed about the event during a segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. From pride in a county fair to savvy business and civic leaders who promote a healthy business climate, there are many reasons to love and live in Wilson County. — Diane Hughes, Tennessean Custom Publications

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2013 county population:..................................119,707 Growth rate since 2000:....................................... 35% 2013 community populations: Lebanon.................................................................... 55,791 Mt. Juliet................................................................... 49,099 Watertown.................................................................. 5,849 Median housing value:................................... $190,340 Median household income (2013):.............. $51,271 Estimated commute times from downtown Nashville (37203): Lebanon ........................................................... 35 minutes Mt. Juliet .......................................................... 23 minutes Watertown ....................................................... 45 minutes

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Source: Claritas 2013 and Mapquest


2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Carroll Oakland Elzie D Patton Gladeville Lakeview Mt. Juliet Rutland Southside Stoner Creek Tuckers Cross Roads W.A. Wright Watertown West

PK-8 O 670 PK-5 O 653 K-5 O 539 K-5 R 683 PK-5 R 687 PK-5 O 822 PK-8 O 883 PK-5 R 661 K-8 O 448 K-5 R 670 K-8 O 881 K-5 O 559

MIDDLE SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

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

PK-8 O 670 6-8 O 1477 PK-8 O 883 K-8 O 448 K-8 O 881 6-8 O 1035

HIGH SCHOOLS GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Lebanon Mt. Juliet TN Virtual On-line Watertown Wilson Central

9-12 O 9-12 O K-12 - 9-12 O 9-12 R

1636 1909 18 395 1713

LEBANON CITY SCHOOLS GRADE SCHOOL # OF SCHOOL LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS Byars Dowdy Elementary PK-5 O 665 Castle Heights Elementary PK-5 O 616 Coles Ferry Elementary

PK-4 O 701

Sam Houston Elementary

PK-4 O 595

Walter J. Baird Middle

7-8 O 570

Winfree Bryant Middle

6-8 O 544

FOR MORE INFORMATION

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)

Driver’s License 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.

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.

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

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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

Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2013. For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 23.

The award-winning Wilson County Fair is a point of pride for local residents. FILE / TN MEDIA

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AREA 11 KELSEY GLEN Mt. Juliet, TN

From the $210’s

KelseyGlen.net

4 Collections of Homes – Master Planned New Home Community

Kelsey Glen, located in Mt. Juliet, just off of Old Lebanon Dirt Road, is a master-planned new home community features four different home styles. 26 floor plans to choose from: the new Inspiration Series, the Heritage Series, the Hometown Series and Garden Villas (2,035 - 2,287 sq. ft.). Amenities include a swimming pool and cabana (coming Summer 2014), as well as 30 acres of open space, community sidewalks, a playground, street lamps, and walking trails. Plus, shopping, dining, recreational and social venues are all located within a 5-minute drive. 4 collections of homes from the low $200s - $300s! KelseyGlen.net. Directions: Take I-40 E to Mt. Juliet Rd. North (Exit 226B). Go app. 1.5 miles. Turn Left onto Old Lebanon Dirt Rd. Continue app. 1 mile, Kelsey Glen will be on the Left.

LAKESIDE MEADOWS Mt. Juliet, TN

Priced from the $230’s

LiveJones.com/Lakeside-Meadows Lakeside Meadows offers new energy efficient Jones Homes

This gorgeous, intimate neighborhood feels as if it is far from the outside world, but actually is convenient to everything! Just minutes from Percy Priest Lake, I-40, and downtown Nashville... Lakeside Meadows is the perfect juxtaposition between peace and quiet - and the hustle and bustle of the city! A great place for families, Lakeside Meadows features homes ranging from 2340 to 2848 square feet - from our Hometown Cottage Collection! NOTE: Because Lakeside Meadows is so close in proximity to Bridgewater, the sales office and model home for Lakeside Meadows is located in the Bridgewater community model home. Directions to sales office (located in Bridgewater community): From downtown Nashville, take I-40 East to Old Hickory Blvd, exit 221B (Hermitage). Turn right. Left onto Bell Rd (at the first stoplight). Right onto New Hope Rd. At the four-way stop take a left onto John Hager Rd. The Bridgewater community will be on the left.

COBBLESTONE LANDING

Priced from the $230’s

199 Cobblestone Landing, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122 (615) 708-8039 www.FoxRidgeHomes.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. Directions: From Nashville: Take I-40E to Exit 221A (The Hermitage). Continue north on Old Hickory Blvd 1 miles. Turn right on Chandler Lane. Take second right onto Old Lebanon Dirt Rd. for 2 miles. Turn right into community. Model home is first on left.

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From the $220’s

From the $300’s

From the $280’s

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OAKWOOD ACRES • WWW.CELEBRATIONTN.COM KIM BARRETT 615-300-0065 OR (615) 771-9949

WILSON COUNTY LEBANON | MT. JULIET | WATERTOWN

• FROM $ 270’S

Large ½ Acre Lots, New Brick 4 and 5 bedroom luxury homes with side entry garage. BEST VALUE in Wilson County. Come compare before you buy.

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Directions: I40 East to exit 226A (S Mt. Juliet Rd) go 2 miles and turn left on Stewarts Ferry (at Cooks Market), approx. 3 miles to Oakwood Acres on the left. CELEBRATION MODEL HOME ON THE LEFT

STERLING WOODS AT PROVIDENCE

New Homes | Mount Juliet TN - Providence is the place to Live, Shop, & Play!

From the $300’s- $340’s

Visit the community website at: www.providencecommunity.net Located in Mt. Juliet, Providence is the largest master-planned community in Middle Tennessee. Live in one of our Hometown Village homes in Sterling Woods - neighborhood has tree-lined streets, paved walking/biking trails and plenty of green space. Shop at Belk, Target, Old Navy, Kroger - the adjacent Providence Marketplace has over 800,000 sq. ft. of shopping and restaurants, plus an on-site movie theater! Play in one of the multiple swimming pools, on one of the community playgrounds, or at one of the nearby lakes or state parks. What more could you ask for in a community? Directions: Take I-40 East to exit 226-A (South Mt. Juliet Road), continue south for app. 1/2 a mile. You will pass through the light at Belinda Parkway. Turn left (East) onto Providence Parkway. Continue approximately 1/3 mile until you see the directional sign. Follow the arrows to our Sterling Woods community.

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. tn733723

From $150,000 - $200,000 Providence Landing : From the $200’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. tn733724 Stonebridge: Townhomes from $150’s, Villas from $210’s & Single Family Homes from $220’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. tn733725

From $200,000 - + Cobblestone Landing : From the $230’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. tn733727 Cobblestone Landing: From the $320’s to $400’s; Drees Homes, 615-758-8762 dreeshomes.com; Schools; Stoner Creek Element, West Wilson Middle, Wilson Central High. Amenities: Playground, Community pools, Walking Trails, convenient to airport, close to shopping and restaurants, full brick and stone elevations, covered outdoor living areas per floor plan, 4 and 5 bedroom plans starting at 2750 square feet . Directions: I-40 east to Old Hickory Blvd. (exit 221B). Turn north on Old Hickory Blvd. toward Hermitage, then turn right on Central Pike (265), continue one mile and turn left onto North New Hope Road. Community entrance is one mile on the right.. tn733743 Hillview Farms: From the $200’s, Goodall Homes 615-448-8929, www.goodallhomes.com; Model Home: 615-478-1684; Schools: Castle heights Elementary, Winfree Bryant Middle School, Lebanon High School; Amenities: Pool, Clubhouse; Directions: Take I-40E to exit 236 South Hartmann Dr. Turn left on South Hartmann Dr and continue to the traffix light at Hickory Ridge Rd. Turn Left on Hickory Ridge Rd. Hillview Farms is approx 3 miles on the left. tn733744 Kelsey Glen: Inspiration from $210s, Villa from $210’s, Heritage from $280’s, Hometown from $300’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. tn733748 Lakeside Meadows Cottage Series from the $230’s,; Heritage Series from the $250’s; The Jones Company; www.LiveJones.com; 615-881-7006; Mt. Juliet; Ruby Major Elementary, Donelson Middle, and McGavock High Schools; Just minutes from Percy Priest Lake, I-40, and downtown; Directions to sales office (located in Bridgewater Community:; From downtown Nashville, take I-40 East to Old Hickory Blvd, exit 221B (hermitage). Turn right. Left onto Bell Rd (at the first stoplight) Right onto New Hope Rd. At the four-way stop take a left onto John Hager Rd. The Bridgewater community will be on the left. tn733749 Providence Landing: From the $220’s; Beazer Homes 615-369-6134, www.beazer.com, Model Home 615-758-0809; Schools: Rutland Elementary, West Wilson School, Wilson Central High; Amenities: Pool and Cabana; Directions: Take Hwy 40 E towards Knoxville, Exit at 226-C onto Providence Way, GO left at light onto Belinda Pkwy, Go .4 miles and turn right onto Providence Trail, Travel 1.6 miles and turn right onto S. Rutland Rd., The Community is just over the hill on the left. Model home will be on your immediate right. tn733751 Sterling Woods at Providence : From $290s; 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. tn733754

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Chris’ Pizza Village and Pleasant View Village Diner. The county seat of Ashland City sits on the north bank of the Source: Claritas 2013 and Mapquest Cumberland River. The city’s award-winning parks and recreation program earned the Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award for its conservation efforts involved with the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. 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, available at the newspaper’s offices located at 202-A N. Main St. in Ashland City. To contact The Ashland City Times, call 615-792-4230.

2013 county population:... 68,061 Growth rate since 2000:....... 25% 2013 community populations: Springfield................................ 29,802 Greenbrier................................ 13,755 Median housing value:.....$141,547 Median household income (2013):.....................................$50,102

Estimated commute time from county’s largest downtown Nashville (37203): employer with Springfield........................ 40 minutes more than 3,000 Source: Claritas 2013 and Mapquest workers), and Unarco Materials Handling (the second-largest employer in the county), Robertson County seems well on its way. Johnson Electric and Martinrea Fabco also call this area home. In addition to the growing economic picture in Robertson County, there’s also the way of life that residents are determined to maintain. From local treasures like Burdett’s Tea Shop & Trading Company to the Shade Tree Farm (where you can pick your own apples), don’t expect the pace of life here to change anytime soon. For more information about Robertson County, pick up a copy of the Robertson County Fact Book, published by the Robertson County Times, or view the Fact Book online at rctimes.com. Contact the Times at 615-384-3567.

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he pace of life may move a bit slower in Robertson County — and residents here do tend to like it that way — but that hasn’t slowed the wheels of economic growth in this rural outpost located just north of Nashville. But don’t let that growth concern you. County leaders here are working on a carefully thought-out plan for development. The plan’s goal: preserve the county’s agricultural economy and quality of life while attracting businesses and jobs to designated growth areas, mostly within the county’s existing city centers. The county’s proposed 2040 Comprehensive Growth Plan calls for school improvements (including a new high school in the county seat of Springfield), road improvements and more diverse housing options. Other goals include retaining and creating jobs, adding more higherpaying jobs and attracting a diverse population and workforce. With companies like Electrolux Home Products (the

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f you’re looking for peaceful country living 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 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. 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 with condos and retail shops. Popular dining spots include

2013 county population:....39,028 Growth rate since 2000:............9% 2013 community populations: Ashland City................................ 17,429 Kingston Springs..........................6,126 Pegram...........................................3,854 Pleasant View................................ 7,418 Median housing value:..... $147,559 Median household income (2013):...................................... $48,200 Estimated commute time from downtown Nashville (37203): Ashland City....................... 35 minutes

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD SCHOOL Ashland City East Cheatham Kingston Springs Pegram Pleasant View West Cheatham

GRADE LEVELS

SCHOOL # OF STATUS STUDENTS

PK-4 O PK-4 O K-4 O PK-4 O K-4 O K-4 O

534 480 377 351 500 393

MIDDLE SCHOOLS SCHOOL Cheatham Harpeth Sycamore

GRADE LEVELS

SCHOOL # OF STATUS STUDENTS

5-8 O 651 5-8 O 580 5-8 O 803

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL Cheatham Central Harpeth Sycamore

GRADE SCHOOL LEVELS STATUS 9-12 O 9-12 O 9-12 O

# OF STUDENTS 630 575 768

2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD SCHOOL

GRADE LEVELS

SCHOOL STATUS

# OF STUDENTS

Bransford PK-K O 389 Cheatham Park 1-5 O 385 Coopertown K-3 F 376 East Robertson K-5 O 578 Greenbrier PK-5 O 814 Jo Byrns K-5 O 635 Krisle K-5 F 521 Robert F. Woodall PK-5 O 445 Watauga K-5 O 385 Westside 1-5 O 507 White House Heritage 3-6 O 626

MIDDLE SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE LEVELS

SCHOOL STATUS

# OF STUDENTS

Coopertown 4-8 O 533 East Robertson 6-12 O 775 Greenbrier 6-8 O 632 Jo Byrns 6-12 O 533 Robertson Cty Virtual 7-12 - 19 Springfield 6-8 O 576 White House Heritage 7-12 O 626

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

GRADE LEVELS

6-12 O 9-12 O 6-12 O 9-12 O 7-12 O

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For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 23. Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2013

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SCHOOL STATUS

# OF STUDENTS 775 780 533 1099 907


Growth, opportunity draw residents to Rutherford

— Diane Hughes, Tennessean Custom Publications

AT A GLANCE 2013 county population:.................................. 276,375 Growth rate since 2000:........................................52% 2013 community populations: Murfreesboro.......................................................... 168,100 Smyrna....................................................................... 50,041 La Vergne................................................................... 34,501 Median housing value:....................................$156,285 Estimated commute time from downtown Nashville (37203): Murfreesboro....................................................38 minutes Source: Claritas 2013 and Mapquest

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Median household income (2013):................$47,640

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Colonial Town Park shopping center includes retail establishments like Ross Dress for Less, Kohl’s and a Super Target. It’s no surprise then, that the Beacon Center of Tennessee ranked Smyrna at #10 on its list of the state’s most business friendly cities. In addition to the business growth, homebuilding is booming here as well at communities like Victoria Park, where prices range from the $160s to the $220s. Smyrna offers opportunities for higher education at its branch center for Motlow State Community College (based in Lynchburg). And just minutes away in the town of La Vergne sits the state’s largest industrial park. La Vergne is also home to the headquarters of several big businesses, including Ingram Books and Bridgestone/Firestone.

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esidents of Rutherford County have the benefit of urban conveniences along with the pastoral beauty of the countryside. Attracted by affordable housing, good schools and job opportunities, residents here enjoy a variety of cultural, educational and recreational opportunities. Rutherford County continues to grow and receive national recognition for the quality of life it offers. Forbes magazine recently ranked the Nashville/Davidson County-Murfreesboro-Franklin area second on its list of “Best Big Cities for Jobs,” and this summer the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranked Rutherford County third in the nation for job growth, its fifth consecutive quarter to be ranked in the top 10. 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. And there are a host of historic, cultural and educational sites here, including the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring, Stones River National Battlefield and the Sam Davis Home. Home buyers can find a little small-town luxury at Murfreesboro’s Wynthrope Hall, while a variety of townhomes and spacious single-family homes are available at Evergreen Farms. Affordable new single-family homes are also being built just south of the city at Buchanan Estates in the Christiana community. Located just outside of Murfreesboro is the city of Smyrna, an area exploding with retail and business development complemented by affordable quality housing. The

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MURFREESBORO | LA VERGNE | SMYRNA | EAGLEVILLE

2013 SCHOOL REPORT CARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

MURFREESBORO CITY SCHOOLS

SCHOOL

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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

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS PK-5 R 1024 K-5 O 1105 PK-8 O 685 K-8 O 454 PK-5 R 979 K-5 O 721 K-5 O 734 PK-12 O 863 K-6 R 255 K-5 O 506 PK-8 O 303 K-5 O 896 K-1 O 462 K-8 R 512 K-8 O 391 PK-5 O 918 K-5 O 841 2-5 O 731 PK-5 R 801 PK-5 O 554 K-5 R 828 PK-5 O 959 K-8 R 775 PK-5 O 330 K-5 O 768

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Blackman 6-8 O 1091 Central Magnet 6-12 R 1097 Christiana 6-8 O 830 Eagleville PK-12 O 863 La Vergne 6-8 O 1054 McFadden School of Excellence K-8 R 391 Oakland 6-8 O 1028 Rock Springs 6-8 O 997 Rockvale 6-8 O 864 Siegel 6-8 O 997 Smyrna 6-8 O 974 Stewarts Creek 6-8 O 843 Whitworth-Buchanan 6-8 O 713

HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOL

GRADE SCHOOL # OF LEVELS STATUS STUDENTS

Blackman 9-12 O 2382 Central Magnet 6-12 O 1097 Daniel McKee Altern. 6-12 O 39 Eagleville PK-12 O 863 Holloway 9-12 O 130 La Vergne 9-12 O 2128 Oakland 9-12 R 1910 Riverdale 9-12 O 2024 Siegel 9-12 O 1870 Smyrna 9-12 O 1987 Smyrna West Altern. 6-12 - 53

FOR MORE INFORMATION (615 area code unless otherwise noted)

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 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

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

O O O

780 366 923

R 432 R 796 O 456 O 1048 O 325 O 335 O 674 O 1086

For a key to terms used in the school system report cards, please refer to page 23. Source: Tennessee Department of Education, Report Card 2013.

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. 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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TN-0101726214

Scottish Glen SOMMERSBY

the $180’s PricedPriced from from the $170’s

www.olesouth.com 2208 Strickland Drive Murfreesboro TN (615) 896-8191 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com Offering affordable luxury homes, Scottish Glen boasts large lot sizes and a beautiful amenities, such as our community pool. The (615) 219-5644

Scottish Glen

RIVER’S (615) 219-5644

Priced from the $180’s

EDGE

Priced from the $180’s www.olesouth.com

RIVER’S EDGE

Priced from the $180’s

2404affordable Parkwood Murfreesboro, TNlot 37128 651-5066 Offering luxury Drive, homes, Scottish Glen boasts large sizes and(615) a beautiful amenities,www.FoxRidgeHomes.com such as our community pool. The community is zoned for the coveted Blackman middle and high schools and is only minutes from The Avenue, Murfreesboro’s newest beautiful, wooded community feeland with nearly 4 acres ofboasts protected and A grandest shopping experience. For commuters travelers, Scottish Glen its easy conservation access to Hwy 96land. and I-24. The Scottish GlenEnjoy community is located just two miles from I-24 and offers lifestyle in Rutherford County. You will love the spacious home sites with serene treeline viewsoptions in thisunmatched cozy community larger “estate size” home sites andsingle community sidewalks. There is evenof a private community nestled in the upscale family homes section Three River’spool and cabana for your own enjoyment! Murfreesboro is an exciting to live andPkwy, offers one the best schoolAvenue districts in the State ofOur Tennessee. community. Just offplace Veteran’s 10 of min. to The shopping. Homes are loaded with standard features, along with the ability to personalize your own home with options new homes feature unique Craftsman style exteriors combined with stone, and upgrades! brick & hardiplank, along with side-entry garages. Call: (615) 219-5644

TN-0101726229 TN-0101726193

2404 Parkwood Drive, Murfreesboro, TN 37128 (615) 651-5066 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com A beautiful, wooded community feel with nearly 4 acres of protected conservation land. Enjoy spacious home sites with serene treeline views in this cozy community nestled in the upscale single family homes section of Three River’s community. Just off Veteran’s Pkwy, 10 min. to The Avenue shopping. Our new homes feature unique Craftsman style exteriors combined with stone, brick & hardiplank, along with side-entry garages. TN-0101726193

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community is zoned for the coveted Blackman middle and high schools and is only minutes from The Avenue, Murfreesboro’s newest If youshopping are looking forForthe best home valuesScottish in new construction, look noI-24. further and grandest experience. commuters and travelers, Glenhome boasts its easy access to Hwy 96 and The Scottish Glen than community is located justThis two miles I-24 and offers lifestyle options unmatched in Rutherford County. will love the Sommersby! newfrom community offers spacious, wooded home sites offYou I-24, larger “estate size” home sites and community sidewalks. There is even a private community pool and cabana for your own enjoyment! nestledisamong with urban 100% Star Murfreesboro an excitingnature place to but live and offers one ofconveniences. the best school districts in theEnergy State of Tennessee. Homes are loadedwith with standard features, along withwarranty. the ability to personalize your own home with options certified a 10-year structural and upgrades! Call: (615) 219-5644

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Garrison Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C2

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Blackman Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3 Blair Oaks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2 Creeks Bend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C2 Evergreen Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3

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Primm Springs Estates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Puckett Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2 Puckett Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2 River Downs Retreat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3 River’s Edge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3 Scottish Glen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3

Innsbrooke Crossing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3

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Lee Crossing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1

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Lenox of Smyrna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B1

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Liberty Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2

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Liberty Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C2

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Marymont Springs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3

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Muirwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B3

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Oakton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3

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New community of single family homes designed with both elegance & generous comforts. Welcoming exteriors. Two sections & 12 floor plans to choose from, offering up to ¼+ acre home sites. Own as many as 6 BRs, 4.5 BAs from 1,600 – 3,200 sq. ft. of living space. And enjoy j y excellent selections of quality finishes. Future community pool, clubhouse, cabana. Close to shopping, dining. Energy Star Certified, 10-yr. structural warranty.

THE CLOISTER Jeff Hopper(615)

995-1740

FROM THE 190’S

(615)771-9949

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! 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.

MUIRWOOD

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

Starting in the low $200’s www.FoxRidgeHomes.com

Single family homes in master-planned community with two sections and up to 5-bedrooms and 3.5 baths … Features include brick fronts, side-entry garages and many homes with four-side brick. Playground, future Pool & Cabana, spacious home sites and 100% Energy Star Certified. Desirable school zoning, convenient to I-24, I-840, MTSU, Stones River & shopping.

TN-0101726120

RIVER DOWNS RETREAT

Priced from the $210’s

310 River Downs Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN 37128 (615) 651-5111 www.FoxRidgeHomes.com If you’re ready to move up, why not move up in style? New single-family homes in an established community that boasts over-sized home sites (up to 1/2-acre) with 4-sides brick exteriors & sideentry garages. Plenty of room for your family to grow with up to 5BR’s & 3 full BA’s. Also includes granite in kitchen, ceramic or hardwood in baths, kitchen, and laundry. Quick access to I-24, new Salem Hwy. & shopping.

Jeff Hopper(615)

995-1740

New Plans starting at 330’s

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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. tn733756 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. tn733757 Lenox of Smyrna: $129,900- $280’s; Regent Homes 615-967-5910, www.RegentHomesTN.com; Schools: Stewartsboro Elem, Smyrna Middle, Stewartsboro 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. tn733758 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. tn733759 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. tn733760

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66 | TENNESSEE HOMES | JUNE - JULY 2014 | www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes

MURFREESBORO | LA VERGNE | SMYRNA | EAGLEVILLE

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

AREA 21-32


67 | TENNESSEE HOMES | JUNE - JULY 2014 | www.Tennessean.com/TNHomes


                               

         





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