New Homes Are Still the Favorite Homes for Clarksville, TN Home Buyers
Clarksville/Montgomery County's housing market is still very active. Many of the new homes are selling as soon as the homes come out of the ground. Building is going strong in the St. Bethlehem, Rossview and the Sango areas of town.
There is also building going on in the Tiny Town and Needmore Road area. This is a convenient location to Ft. Campbell, about 10-15 minutes away.
Buyers from the Nashville and other Middle TN areas are moving to Clarksville for the affordability found here. Inventory is up slightly and buyers are finding homes to buy. Sellers are helping with closing costs and opportunities are more plentiful in the Montgomery County new home market. Nashville is a 35-minute drive making working in Nashville and living in Clarksville a natural fit. Amazon has announced that they are opening another headquarters location in Downtown Nashville hiring up to 5000 job.
Thee are some of the newest neighborhoods. Sango Mills and Reserve at Sango Mills, Easthaven, Savannah Crossing, Copperstone, Whitewood Farms, Hartley Hills, Locustt Run and Ivy Bend. The styles are varied and offer some of the latest in building trends like hardwood, tile floors, high quality laminates, covered decks, granite and quartz tops, stainless appliances, to mention just a few.
Here are some of the new home neighborhoods in Rossview and St. Bethlehem areas. Beech Grove, Boyer Farms, Dunbar Place, Ellington Chase, Farmington, Governors Crossing, Hickory Wild, Meadow Wood Park, Page Estates, Rockford, Rossview Place, Somerset, Stones Manor, Turners Cove, Wellington Fields.
All of these neighborhoods are in the Clarksville Montgomery County School System. Test scores keep rising and there are are high standards in all the schools. Check out the schools at greatschools.org.
New Homes for Sale in Clarksville TN and Montgomery County
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