Equestrian Estates in Franklin TN

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Chateau Properties TN# 313915

Having horses can be wonderful, and finding an estate home with enough land, a barn, and an indoor riding arena in Williamson County can cost you well over $2million. Lynnwood Downs solves this problem by developing a gated community where you can buy or build your dream home and have all of the benefits of owning and riding horses. Lynnwood Downs is a gated and secluded neighborhood with 40 lots averaging 5 acres a piece and homes averaging 6,000 square feet. Lynnwood Downs has many amenities including:   - Gated community - Pool - 2 tennis courts - full basketball court - Volleyball court - Clubhouse - Playground - Three stocked fishing ponds - 20 acres pasture land - 21-stall barn - Indoor riding arena with tack room - Two association owned horses available for homeowners use - Riding and walking trails.


Homes have sold for $700,000 up to $1,600,000, and not many of these come on the market. The average property turnaround time is over 10 years. Only one home currently active for sale: Click here to view listing sheet

  Currently there are 4 lots available to build on ranging from $175k-$400k. One of those lots, and the largest(12 acres) at the end of the cul-de-sac is looking to do a short sale. It's currently available for $175k(which is priced significantly below any other lot in the subdivision).

See what's available in Lynnwood Downs here: Lynnwood Downs 


For more information on Lynnwood Downs email us at info@chateauproperties.com

Visit our website at www.ChateauProperties.com

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