- Tammie White Realtor® Franklin TN Homes For Sale, TW Realty Group
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- 318 Seaboard Lane, Suite 115, Franklin, TN, 37067
- Serving Buyers and Sellers in Williamson County, including Franklin, Brentwood, Nolensville, Thompson's Station, Spring Hill, Fairview and Leipers Fork. Call (615) 495-0752 or www.TammieWhite.com.
Tammie White Franklin TN REALTOR
As a Franklin TN REALTOR® with the drive to obtain results, I strive to make the most of every moment when it comes to the marketing of your home. My clients will tell you with me in your corner, every detail will be taken care of and every option explored.
I keep my finger on the pulse of the Franklin TN housing market, I provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about one of the most important transactions you will ever make. Most of my business comes from referrals and repeat clients.
What does that mean to you?
When you let me work for you to facilitate your next real estate transaction, you'll get a REALTOR® who continues to earn your trust and loyalty others have come to rely on and expect.
I do this through good communication, reliability, accountability, and trustworthiness. Whether you are buying or selling real estate, my objective is to listen to you to determine YOUR needs and objectives.
One of the things I have learned from buyers is the desire to work with a Franklin TN real estate agent who knows the Franklin TN housing market well. People aren't just buying a home, they are buying the neighborhoods, the schools, the churches, the businesses, and a variety of other local amenities.
What I have tried to do within the pages of this site is to educate you, the buyers and sellers, on the many wonderful features found in Franklin TN and the greater Williamson County area. You won't find a more comprehensive guide to buying or selling a home in Franklin TN.
I regularly preview homes and prepare market reports for many of the Franklin TN neighborhoods and a variety of other Williamson County cities including Brentwood, Spring Hill, Thompsons Station and Nolensville. I also frequently write about the schools, local events, businesses and restaurants you will find in our beautiful city.
Just click the links I have provided to see a small sampling of all Franklin TN has to offer.
Franklin TN: The Small Town I Always Dreamed Of
When I was growing up I lived in a little "bedroom community" in Illinois called Carpentersville. There really weren't any retail businesses or restaurants there. Hence, the term "bedroom community".
Just a short distance away was the town of Dundee. It had a cute little downtown area. The library was in an old victorian house built in the late 1800's. I would spend hours just purusing the book shelves. I loved that place. I hoped to live in Dundee one day. It was always a dream to own a home in that town. That never came to be.
The years passed and I eventually met and married my husband. He was already living in Bartlett and was required to own a home there as a municipal employee. Although Bartlett began as a railroad town in the 1800's, there was no cute little downtown area. It was also a "bedroom community".
I would frequently visit St. Charles, Geneva and Wheaton. I would go to farmers markets, quaint little shops and local bistros to fill that yearning in my heart of living in a quaint little historic town. The years passed and I happily raised my family in our bedroom community.
In 2005, my husband took an early retirement. We decided to sell our house, most of our belongings and bought an RV. The plan was to travel the country for a year and then settle in a new area. An area that didn't have the harsh winters of Chicago.
My husband had done a lot of research about the various parts of the country. The plan was to live in a southern state that still had four seasons but mild winters. Some the cities that made the list were Asheville NC, Charlottesville VA and Knoxville TN. I, however, had done a little research of my own and Franklin TN was at the top of the list.
As we traveled the country, we visited 39 states. We live in a great country. There is so much to see and do. If you ever get the chance to travel in this manner, do it. You won't regret it.
When we hit Asheville NC, my husband was disappointed. Don't get me wrong, Asheville is a beautiful area. It just wasn't what we were looking for. We tried Charlottesville. Still not right. Then on to Knoxville. That was a bust too.
We were making our way to the Nashville area. We stayed at a little RV park in Goodlettesville. One day, I suggested we make a trip to Franklin for the day. My husband made it very clear, "We are not going to live in Franklin. It's out of our budget." But he agreed, it was worth the visit.
As we pulled into historic Franklin TN, I knew we'd found our home. The town I had always wanted to live in was right before my eyes. It was everything a historic downtown should be. From the monument in the square, to the old Courthouse, to the quaint shops and eateries. My husband parked the car turned to me and said, "This is it! We've found our home." That was five years ago. We haven't regretted a day since.
There's not a week that goes by without a visit to historic downtown Franklin. On Saturday mornings, I especially like to take a trip to the Franklin Farmer's Market. People come from miles around to buy fruits, vegetables and wonderful baked goods. You'll even find local artisans selling jewelry and whatnot. Then it's on to Merridee's Breadbasket for a sticky bun or scone. You'll always run into someone you know here as it's the most popular place to be on a Saturday morning.
With four grandchildren, Main Street Toys is a regular stop. I could spend hours here. They have a wonderful collection of windup toys. You'll find the most unusual things. It reminds me of my childhood everytime I walk in the door.
There are so many things to do in Franklin TN, from shopping, to eating, to enjoying good music, to historical walking tours. Several times a year, Franklin TN hosts various festivals. For example, this weekend is the Jazz Festival, one of the more popular Franklin TN events.
You'll find everything at the Franklin TN Festivals from Wine Down Main Street to Pumpkinfest to a Dickens of a Christmas. The Franklin Theatre recently reopened and the town hosted a special event in honor of that occasion. These events are always well attended--many visited by thousands of people.
On evenings, you'll find people walking up and down Main Street. Most of the retail businesses close at five. But there are several restaurants and three ice cream parlors, not to mention the newly reopened Franklin Theatre offering movies and live events. There is something for everyone in Franklin.
If after reading this, you also are interested in purchasing a Franklin TN home for sale, please contact Tammie White at (615) 495-0752 or visit her website www.TammieWhite.com.
Williamson County Homes for Sale
Franklin TN Homes for Sale | Franklin TN Real Estate
The city's quaint and thriving historic downtown may be the image that first comes to your mind when you think of Franklin TN, but the county seat is far more than a tourist destination and home to boutiques, restaurants and antiques malls.
In 2006, automaker Nissan North America announced the move of its U.S. headquarters from California to Franklin, a move that literally changed the landscape of the Cool Springs area. With the addition of the McEwan interchange, more businesses are moving to the Cool Springs area.
Several large companies--Verizon Wireless, Community Health Systems, Healthways, Inc. and Mars Petcare US--have already opened their corporate headquarters here.
Franklin, named one of Money Magazine's Top 10 Places to Retire and Top 100 Best Places to Live, offers home buyers the county's best housing diversity, from "new unbanism" communities such as the Westhaven and McKay's Mill and condo communities such as Jamison Station to options for independent seniors, like Reid Hill Commons.
Franklin is also hub for the Williamson County's government, cultural and entertainment options as well as commerce and healthcare. History is very important to Franklin's culture, particularly in regard to its role in the 1864 Civil War battle that bears its name.
Franklin TN Homes for Sale Zip Code 37064, 37067, 37069
With almost 62,000 residents and hundreds of Franklin TN neighborhoods, it's hard to know where to begin your home search when moving to Franklin TN. To make your Franklin TN home search a little easier, you may want to search for homes by zip code. There are currently, three zip codes for Franklin TN.
Franklin TN Homes for Sale in Zip code 37064 include homes west of Interstate 65 and south of Murfreesboro Road. Historic downtown Franklin is in this zip code. The historic village of Leipers Fork also falls within this zip code. Many think that Leipers Fork is a city unto itself. It is actually part of Franklin. As such, it is listed as a neighborhood when searching MLS listings. The majority of the population falls within this zip code.
Franklin TN zip code 37064 neighborhoods include:
Adams Square, Barclay Place, Battle Ground Park, Belle Vista, Blue Grass Heights, Boyd Mill Estates, Brandon Park Downs, Brienz Valley, Brookstone, Brownstones, Buckingham Park, Burghley Place, Cadet Homes, Callie, Carlisle, Carters Glen, Cedarhill, Charlton Green, Chestnut Bend, Clairmonte, Clouseton Corner, Cornerstone, Creekstone, Dallas Downs, Delta Springs, Durham Manor, Eastview, Ellington Park, Fernvale, Forrest Crossing, Founders Pointe, Franklin Green, Goose Creek Estates, Green Acres, Greenway Trace, Hard Bargain, Harpeth Meadows, Heath Place, Heatherwood Hills, Henley, Heritage Pointe, Hill Estates, Hillcrest, Hillhaven, Historic Downtown Franklin, Hunters Chase, Idlewood, Indian Meadows, Ivan Creek, Keegans Glen, Keystone, Kinnard Springs, Ladd Park, Leeland, Leipers Fork, Liberty Square, Maplewood, McLemore Farms, Monticello, Moores Landing, Myles Manor, Natchez Trace, Natchez Valley, Oakwood Estates, Petway Place, Polk Place, Radcliffe, Ralston Glen, Raventrace, Redwing Farms, Riverview Park, Rogersshire, Rolling Rivers, Rosemont, Savage Pointe, School Manor, South Point, Spencer Hall, Stags Leap, Stream Valley, Sturbridge Pointe, Sullivan Farms, Summer Hill, Twin Oaks, Walnut Winds,Westfield, Westhaven, West Meade, Willowsprings, Windsor Park and Yorktown.
Franklin TN Homes for Sale in Zip code 37067 include homes east of Interstate 65 and homes north of Murfreesboro Road. This area is commonly referred to as the Cool Springs area. It derives the name from the Cool Springs Galleria Mall. Many of the corporate businesses are located within 37067. Once again, Cool Springs is not a city. It is an area within Franklin TN.
Franklin TN zip code 37067 neighborhoods include:
Abington Ridge, Albany Pointe, Ambergate, Andover, Ashton Park, Avalon, Barrington, Belle Chase Farms, Breckenridge South, Breezeway, Caldwell Estates, Cannonwood, Carronbridge, Cedarmont Farms, Cedarmont Valley, Chardonnay, Cheswicke Farm, Cool Springs East, Cross Creek, Falcon Creek, Franklin East, Garden Club Estates, Heritage Manor, Hurstbourne Park, Ivy Glen, Liberty Hills, McKay's Mill, Nestledown Farms, Richards Glen, Royal Oaks, The Enclave, Villages of Clovercroft, Watkins Creek, Whistler Farms, Worthington and Wynthrope.
Franklin TN Homes for Sale zip code 37069 include homes off Hillsboro Road north of historic downtown Franklin past Mack Hatcher Parkway. Home owners commuting from this area to Nashville usually drive down Hillsboro Road because of the distance from Interstate 65.
Franklin TN zip code 37069 neighborhoods include:
Chapelwood, Cottonwood, Deerfield, Echo Park, Farmington, Fieldstone Farms, Forest Home Farms, Gardens at Old Natchez, Grassland Estates, Harlinsdale Manor, Harpeth Hills, Hidden River, Hidden Valley, Highgate, Hillsboro Acres, Hunting Creek Farms, Jackson Lake, Laurelbrooke, Legends Ridge, Longwood, Magnolia Place, Meadowgreen Acres, Montpier Farms, Poplar Hill, Temple Hills, River Landing, River Rest Estates, Scramblers Knob, Shagbark, Sneed Forest, Sneed Hills, Stockett Creek, Stonebridge Park, Timberline, Two Rivers, Walnut Hills and Whitehall Farms.
I have provided links to the home listings for each Franklin TN neighborhood. Just click the link to find the current listings of homes for that neighborhood.
However, the best way to get the most accurate information is to contact a local Franklin TN REALTOR®. Just pick up the phone and call me at 615-495-0752 today!!
Franklin TN Neighborhoods: New Construction Homes
This is the second installment about Franklin TN Neighborhoods. You've decided to move to Franklin TN but there are so many neighborhoods it's hard to know where to begin. Let me start by saying it is best to enlist the help of a knowledgeable REALTOR® whenever you are buying or selling a home. You will save countless hours driving around in your car searching for the right home.
If you've decided new construction homes in Franklin TN are most appealing to you, you still want to enlist the help of an agent. He/she may be able to save you thousands of dollars while representing your interests in the negotiation process. Yes, you negotiate on the purchase of a new construction home in just the same way you would negotiate the purchase of an existing home.
Just click on the link provided and it will take you to the homes currently listed in these Franklin TN New Construction Neighborhoods:
Barclay Place: Located on the west side of Franklin TN just off Downs Boulevard. The homes are reminiscent of turn of the century architectural designs with rear entry garages. While the homes may look small from the exterior, there is plenty of space just where it's needed.
Battle Ground Park: Located in the heart of historic downtown Franklin off Columbia Avenue, this neighborhood consists of a circa 1900 home remodeled with all the newer amenities and two vacant lots ready to be built on. Have your custom home built just minutes from the Franklin Square.
Belle Vista: Located on the south end of Franklin tucked into the Green Valley neighborhood, Belle Vista homes range in size from 3,300 to 4,500-plus square feet many with walkout basements. When completed the neighborhood will consist of 93 homes on 140 acres.
Brandon Park Downs: This gated equestrian community is located east of I65 off Peytonsville Road. When complete there will be approximately 42 homes on 178 acres. The home sites are two to six-acres. The minimum square footage for homes is 3,200. This equestrian neighborhood has a community horse barn, trails, pastures and paddocks.
Breezeway: Located on the east side of Franklin in a rural setting, these new construction homes offer oversized wooded lots. There is a historic home on 5 acres in the community being restored to its previous grandeur. When complete this neighborhood will consist of approximately 120 homes. Breezeway is right next door to the new Clovercroft Elementary school. Making this an ideal location for young children to walk to school.
Brienz Valley: Located on the south end of Franklin off Lewisburg Pike. Brienz Valley has 50 one to two-acre sites for custom homes ranging from 3,000 to 4,000-plus square feet.
Chardonnay: Located on the east side of Franklin off Clovercroft Road, Chardonnay offer homes with French Country architecture. There will be approximately 100 homes when the neighborhood is complete ranging between 3,600 to 5,200 square feet. Amenities include a pool, clubhouse and natural three-acre lake with walking trails.
Creekstone: Located just west of I65 off South Royal Oaks Boulevard, this neighborhood is the first "Green Community" in Franklin. If you are looking for a home that is energy efficient, this may be the place for you. When complete there will be approximately 260 homes ranging in size from 1,500 to 3,800 square feet.
Delta Springs: Located just east of I65 off South Carothers Parkway, Delta springs is 28-home sites ranging from one to two-acres. The homes are approximately 3,000 to 4,000-plus square feet.
Durham Manor: This neighborhood is located on the southern end of Franklin off Henpeck Lane. There will be approximately 50 homes from 3,500 square feet and up when complete. The homesites are one to three-acres in size.
Hurstbourne Park: Located on the east side of Franklin off Hwy 96 just minutes from I65. Hurstbourne Park will consist of 132 homes ranging from 3,400 to 5,000-plus square feet. Amenities include a pool, clubhouse, pocket parks and a lake.
Ivan Creek: Located off Peytonsville Road between I65 and I840, Ivan Creek offers 59 homesites ranging from one to twelve-acre sites. Use one of their builders or bring your own. This is pristine living in the rolling hills of Franklin TN.
Ladd Park: Located just east of I65 off Peytonsville Road in Franklin, Ladd Park will consist of approximately 200 homes between 2,800 to 4,000 square feet when complete. Amenities include a pool, clubhouse and walking trails. By 2015, Carothers Parkway is scheduled to extend south all the way to Ladd Park making this location very accessible to the Cool Springs business district.
Laurelbrooke: Located on the northwest side of Franklin, Laurelbrooke is an exclusive gate-guarded community. When complete there will be approximately 315 homes with homesites of one-half to eight-acres ranging in size from 3,500 to 19,000 square feet. Amenities include a pool, 6,000 square feet clubhouse, tennis and basketball courts, walking trails and fishing lakes.
Legends Ridge: Located on the west side of Franklin, Legends Ridge has estate homes on one-acre lots. When complete there will be approximately 180 homes between 4,200 to 9,000 square feet. Amenities include a swimming pool, clubhouse, two tennis courts, stocked fishing lake, walking trails and playground.
McKays Mill: Located just east of I65 in Franklin off McEwan, McKays Mill has everything from condominiums to executive-style homes. The community includes a shopping area with Publix and Walgreens as anchor stores. Homes range in size from 1,300 condominiums to 5,000 square single-family homes. When completed, McKays Mill will be approximately 1,350 homes. Amenities include clubhouse with workout room, Olympic-size pool, play/picnic area, gazebos and an extensive trail system.
Myles Manor: Located in historic Franklin just off Franklin Road, Myles Manor is an older neighborhood with the addition of approximately 5 new homes. Although these homes are new they are meant to fit in with the historic homes surrounding them. These homes are built by Ford Homes and the plans are very similar to those you will find in Westhaven.
Stags Leap: Located on the south east side off Arno Road in Franklin, Stags Leap will have approximately 90 homes between 3,400 to 5,000 square feet when complete. Amenities include a pool and 80-acres of common area. Stags Leap is right next door to Page Middle and High Schools.
Stockett Creek: Stockett Creek is located on the northwest side of Franklin with close proximity to Warner Park and Christ Presbyterian Academy. All the streets in this gated community are either circles or cul de sacs. Half of the land is left as green space. There will be a total of 62 homes when built out with 3,500-plus square footage.
Stream Valley: Located on the south end of Franklin off Lewisburg Pike, Stream Valley will have townhomes, as well as, single-family homes with office space and boutique retail in a community full of trees, ponds, streams, and preserved natural areas. When complete there will be approximately 800 homes with a spa, clubhouse, pool and walking areas.
Reserve at Temple Hills: Located on the northwest side of Franklin, Reserve at Temple Hills is a gated-golf course community with lots that feature woodland and golf course views. When complete there will be approximately 77 homes on homesites one-third an acre to three-acres. The homes will be between 3,500 to 6,500 square feet. Memberships are available to Temple Hills Country Club.
Watkins Creek: Located on the east side of Franklin off Hwy 96, Watkins Creek will be approximately 175 homes when complete with homes 4,000 square feet and up.
Westhaven: Located on the west side off Hwy 96 West in Franklin, Westhaven will be approximately 2,700 homes when complete. With approximately 900 homes already built, it is clear that construction will be going on there for quite some time. This is a mixed-use development offer shopping, restaurants and medical offices right in the communtiy. Westhaven was designed to be a town-within-a-town. As such, just about everything one needs is accessible in this community. There is a 15,000 square foot clubhouse with a movie theater, a banquet facility, craft room, daycare facility (privately operated), fitness center and kitchen. There are two lighted tennis courts, a resort-style swimming pool and an 18-hole golf course. Westhaven employs a full-time activies director so there is always something to do in Westhaven. Homes range in size from 1,500 square foot condominiums to 5,800 square foot estate homes. Pearre Creek Elementary School opened in 2010 making Westhaven an ideal location for families looking to walk their children to school.
Willowsprings: Located on the west side of Franklin off Downs Boulevard, Willowsprings offers a variety of homes from townhomes to cottages to bigger single-family homes. When complete there will be approximately 350 homes between 1,700 to 4,700 square feet. Amenities include ten-acres of spring-fed lakes, a pool, cabana and playground.
For a complete list of the Franklin TN homes for sale, contact Tammie White at (615) 495-0752.
Brentwood TN Homes for Sale | Brentwood TN Real Estate
The city of Brentwood TN has become a destination for many relocating to Middle Tennessee. Not only does it offer a great commute to Nashville, it is also known for its one-house/one-acre density zoning and its exceptional recreational opportunities. Brentwood has an extensive city park system, two branches of the YMCA of Middle Tennessee, the Williamson County Indoor Sports Complex, The Martin Center for seniors and the Brentwood Public Library.
Brentwood is one of the wealthiest suburbs in Tennessee. Though the city is home to several corporations located in Maryland Farms, the primary commercial development has been limited to its northern and southern boundaries.
Brentwood's nationally recognized police and fire departments and quality Williamson County Schools, as well as, private choices such as Brentwood Academy and Currey Ingram Academy attract many new home buyers.
Brentwood TN Neighborhoods
Annandale, Arden Woods, Arlington Heights, Beech Grove Farms, Beech Tree, Belle Rive, Bonbrook, Borgata, Brass Lantern Farm, Brenthaven, Brentmeade, Brentwood Glen, Brentwood Hills, Brentwood Meadows, Bridgeton Park, Brookfield, Carondelet, Carriage Hills, Chenoweth, Chestnut Springs, Concord Crossing, Concord Forest, Concord Hunt, Concord Ridge, Copperstone, Courtside at Southern Woods, Crockett Cove, Crockett Hills, Crockett Springs, Derby Glen Close, Deerwood, Fountainbrooke, Fountainhead, Foxforo, Foxland Hall, Glenellen Estate, Governors Club, Hampton Reserve, Heathrow Hills, Highland Park, Highland View, Hillview Estates, Historic Brentwood, Holly Tree Hills, Indian Point, Inglehame Farms, Kings Crossing, Landmark of Brentwood, Lansdowne, Laurels, Lenox Park, Liberty Church Estates, Liberty Downs, Magnolia Vale, McClendon Acres, McGavock Farms, Meadow Lake, Montclair, Murray Estates, Oakhampton, Olde Towne, Owl Creek, Parkside at Brenthaven, Princeton Hills, Raintree Forest, River Oaks, Saratoga Hills, Shadowcreek, Sonoma, South Springs, Southern Woods, Stonehenge, Stoneview, Sunnyside Estates, Taramore, Tuscany Hills, Twelve Oaks, Valhalla, Valle Verde, Walnut Ridge, Wetherbrooke, Whetstone, Wildwood Valley Estates, Williamsburg Estates, Willowmet, Willowick, Windstone, Woodway