Real Estate in Founders Pointe in Franklin, TN

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Real Estate Agent with Benchmark Realty
Today we are featuring Founders Pointe in Franklin, TN.  Founder's Pointe is a large community on the west side of Franklin.  It is conveniently located near all the major sports fields - baseball, football and soccer fields are nearby.  They have a community pool and a playground. Sidewalks provide safe walking and bike zones.  Many of the yards have mature trees.  Close to downtown Franklin, this community is an easy drive to enjoying all the benefits Franklin has to offer. 

Many of the houses in Founder's Pointe are all brick and have fairly flat lots.  Houses range in size from just under 2000 sq. ft to about 3700 sq. ft.  Various sizes.  Prices range from $225,000 to about $375,000.  The community was built in the 1990s.  Homes in Founders Pointe are selling at comparable rates to the rest of the community.

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I have a listing in Founders Pointe that I would like to share with you.  Over 3000 sq. ft. for an asking price of $339,500. 
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This posting and the contents written here are the intellectual property and opinions of Monica Neubauer. Monica is a Realtor with Benchmark Realty in Brentwood, TN. She provides real estate services to clients in the Nashville area, including Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Spring Hills, Thompsons Station,  and other areas in the Middle Tennessee Region. You can contact her by calling 615-568-8384 or visit www.FranklinTNBlog.com .

Comments (2)

Larry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc
Benchmark Realty LLc - Nashville, TN

Founders pointe is a beautiful neighborhood and a great value considering all of the surrounding communities.

Jul 09, 2009 10:36 AM
Franklin & Brentwood, TN Homes Mike Nastri
Keller Williams Realty - Franklin, TN
It matters to us as much as it matters to you.

Love Founder's Pointe. Great homes and great location and an interesting story on how it came to be named as it is.

Jul 12, 2009 02:14 PM