A weekly summary of the most recent property transfers in Williamson County.
Buyers want choices when they are searching for a new home. For those wanting to build a custom home in Williamson County, that search often starts with the neighborhood. Large communities with thousands of homes often don’t provide the privacy they seek. They want more space, not just for t…
Many of us have spent quite a bit of time over the last few weeks outdoors getting landscapes back under control after the dark cold winter months. After a few visits to the local gardening center, you have chosen some new plants, trimmed emerging shrubs and bushes and fertilized everything…
This Newport Townhome in Rizer point is as popular as it is for a reason—with an open floorplan, three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and hardwood flooring— this pristinely maintained home is going to go fast. It sits on 1,674 square feet and is minutes away from Historic Downtown Franklin.
The coronavirus pandemic slowed down residential real estate transactions in Williamson County last month, but the Williamson County Association of Realtors still reported hundreds of transactions.
Located in the gated community of The Governors Club, the home at 159 Governors Way has everything you’d want and more— traditional and modern touches, top of the line appliances and hardware and plenty of space. It has four bedrooms, three full baths, one half bath and is 4,684 square feet.
The beautiful home at 1097 Sunset Road is equal parts pristine, luxurious and comfortable. It has four bedrooms, four full baths, two half baths and is 5,579 square feet.
The home at 1316 State Blvd., within eyesight of the Fountain Square in the award-winning Westhaven neighborhood, combines quality craftsmanship and beautiful renovations. Included in the 5,181 square feet are five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a 3-car garage with a storm shelter.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t really slow home sales in Williamson County in March. Overall, sales were actually up — nearly 16 percent — against the same month last year. Seven-figure homes were even stronger compared to March 2019, up nearly 50 percent.
The ranch-style home at 211 Burnt Leaf Lane is full of charm, fresh designs and a few farmhouse touches. It sits on 4,226 square feet and has four bedrooms and four full bathrooms. It has been beautifully remodeled and is ready to be someone’s home.
A residential project long planned for South Davidson County near Brentwood is moving forward, with the development team now seeking an amendment to the specific plan in place for the property.
If new construction in Nashville isn’t feeling so “new” these days, it’s easy to understand why. Yes, architecture and design may vary from project to project, but nearly every exterior is brick or partial brick, detracting from some of the homes’ distinctive character.
Fridrich & Clark Realty has added two new Realtors to its Brentwood office, as announced recently by Steve Fridrich, broker and managing partners.
This month’s rundown of the top residential sales in Williamson County features some interesting names in the buyer and seller blocks.
In just a week, we can officially say winter is over based on the calendar. Of course, there are those unofficial "winters" here in the South (ever heard of blackberry or dogwood?) that will continue for a while and seem to vary in name and number depending on who you ask. But, for the mos…