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Spring Hill

Lush spaces, fresh air, and a happy people are some of the things that make a great community. Just ask the folks over at Spring Hill, located approximately 30 miles from Nashville. The city, which prides itself for “a blend of commerce, history, and country living” straddles the counties of Williamson and Maury, and covers a total area of roughly 18 square miles. What it lacks in high octane energy and glittering nightlife it more than makes up for in its warm, family-friendly feel: this is a place where you can feel a sense of belonging. As of 2014, about 34,260 people have felt the same about Spring Hill.

Primarily residential, with commercial establishments scattered here and there, Spring Hill is also just a short drive from Brentwood and Franklin. It’s served by a great school system and a variety of local stores and restaurants. In contrast to other Nashville suburbs, cost of living in Spring Hill is comparatively lower. To make things even better, the community cultivates a safe environment where you can enjoy the best things in life.

A little bit of history
Spring Hill, before being settled, was a beautiful wilderness that served as hunting grounds for several groups of Native Americans, particularly Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Shawnee. The land was then given to three Revolutionary War soldiers, namely Major Ezekiel Polk, John Hardin, and Major John Doherty. At the dawn of the 19th century, the first settlers came, with one Albert Russell credited in history as the first one to clear a patch of land to build a log cabin.

Spring Hill was the site of one Civil War battle, but most vestiges of this violent past has given way to a more verdant and lively landscape. All that’s left of Spring Hill’s colorful past are its plantations, estates, and churches.

Living in Spring Hill

A high quality of life for a low cost – that is what’s waiting for you in Spring Hill. People from all walks of life have settled in this suburban community, most of whom work in Nashville or other surrounding cities. First-time home buyers love Spring Hill, as its real estate offers great value. It’s not uncommon for you to find a 3-bedroom single-family home in Spring Hill that’s listed less than $300,000.

Aside from move-in ready single-family residences, Spring Hill’s real estate market offers a selection of well-designed townhomes and condos ready for the taking. There is also a steady stream of new constructions being added to the market to meet the demand for homes.

Living in Spring Hill, you’ll be just a stone’s throw away from reputable schools. A major highway, I-65, is also nearby, offering convenient access to Nashville and other neighboring communities. Spring Hill is also home to several well-maintained parks, for humans and dogs alike.

Spring Hill, TN Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Spring Hill real estate offers great value for your money. See it for yourself! Contact me today or send me a message at [email protected] if you’d like to know more about Spring Hill real estate. I’d love to show you around town.