Lockwood Glen Spring Showcase of Homes

Eleven Homes on Tour Including Eight Furnished Homes in Prime Franklin Location


FRANKLIN, Tenn., – Join Ford Classic Homes and Insignia Homes Saturday, March 7th from 10AM – 5PM for the first annual Spring Showcase of Homes in Lockwood Glen and Echelon at Lockwood Glen. Located within five minutes of I-65, Lockwood Glen features two saltwater pools, resident’s club, picnic area, fire pit, playgrounds, and more.


A special realtor preview will be held Tuesday, March 3rd from 11:00AM-1:30PM with lunch provided. Ford Classic Homes and Insignia Homes are donating $500 to the charity of choice for the real estate office with the most agents in attendance.  


Eleven homes will be on tour, including eight furnished homes. Homes range from 2,900 sq. ft. to 4,300 sq. ft. They feature four to five bedrooms, three to five bathrooms, plus two or three-car garages. Prices start in the $680’s.


“Together with Insignia Homes, we are excited to showcase all of our new construction with our first Spring Showcase in Lockwood Glen,” said Chesney Ford, Ford Classic Homes’ Sales Manager. “All of the homes featured on the tour are move-in ready for buyers looking to be in a new home this spring and offer open floor plans with beautiful finishes.


Located on Maysbrook Lane in Echelon at Lockwood Glen and Halswelle Drive in Lockwood Glen, all homes on tour are within easy walking distance of each other. Please call Ford Classic Homes at 615-503-9727 for more information.


  • Occurred Saturday, March 7th, 2020 — all day


Lockwood Glen

123 Halswelle Dr.
Franklin, TN 37064

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