Franklin-based Bristol Development Group is pleased to announce that site work has begun for Vandalia Cottages, a unique residential development on one of the last undeveloped lots in Franklin’s historic downtown core. Bristol has partnered with Nashville-based DA|AD, one of the leading architecture firms in the Southeast, to create a pocket neighborhood concept of 17 […]
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Tywater Crossing is conveniently located off Downs Boulevard near the Williamson County Soccer Complex, just 1.5 miles to charming downtown Franklin, Tennessee. Now selling for Fall 2013 move-in! Patterson Company is excited to offer the Cottage Series of homes, starting from the $300,000’s. Select your new home today! Zoned Independence High, Hillsboro Elementary/Middle, and Pearre […]
Imagine a small, well-conceived community offering luxury finishes, old-house charm, manicured gardens and virtually no maintenance, all within a short walk of downtown Franklin’s award-winning Main Street. Then consider that prices on the custom-built new homes range from the $200s to the low $400s. That’s what Franklin-based Bristol Development Group is bringing to Boyd Mill […]
If activity at Stream Valley is any indication of the Williamson County new-home market, then all signs point upward. Developers announced today that 45 new families have purchased or have placed contracts to purchase personalized homes in the neighborhood since August. National homebuilder Ryan Homes (NYSE: NVR) made a big entry into the Middle Tennessee […]
Members of the Williamson County Association of Realtors® united with more than 14,000 Realtors® on the grounds of the Washington Monument on May 17, to make their voices heard on behalf of homeowners, real estate professionals, and those who aspire to homeownership. At the Rally to Protect the American Dream, Realtors® from across the country […]
Franklin’s Sustainability movement started in 2008 with 250 interested citizens. Committees were then formed and goals were developed which made up the 2009 Sustainability Community Action Plan. The following are a few accomplishments from the initial plan: Implemented a City-wide curbside recycling program Established the Live Green Business Partnership-with 160 members and growing Adoption of Franklin’s Greenway and […]
One senior from each of the Williamson County High School’s will receive a $1500 scholarship and one $1000 scholarship will be given. The Foundation’s Scholarship Committee will evaluate applicants based on academic achievement, extra-curricular involvement and financial need. The committee reviews the applications and determines the finalists who will then meet with its members for […]
WCAR is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors elected by REALTOR® members of the organization. There are eight Directors and four Officers. Elections are held on the first Thursday of September each year. Directors serve for two-year terms and Officers serve for one year, commencing December 1st each year. 2011 Officers: President: Danny Anderson […]
via the WCAR…. Lapses Of The National Flood Insurance Program Jeopardize Home Sales by Selma Hepp, Research Economist The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is essential to successfully completing half a million home sales annually. When NFIP lapsed from May 31 to July 2 in 2010, the REALTORS® Confidence Index showed 6 percent of REALTORS® […]
Welcome to Williamson County where property is as valuable as Boardwalk and Park Place. With the economy picking back up, now is a wonderful time to take a look at the Real Estate Market. This page is dedicated to bringing you the featured property of the month. For more information about January’s Featured Property, please contact Janis J. Martin, 615-778-1818 or visit janis.yourkwagent.com.
Southern Land Company, a multi-faceted development company, broke ground this month on the Westhaven Golf Club’s clubhouse. The 13,000-plus square-foot facility was completed in August of 2012. The Westhaven golf club is located three miles west of downtown Franklin in the community of Westhaven. The course itself, designed by legendary course architect Arthur Hills, opened in the fall […]