Well, the favorites outside of Davidson include Brentwood, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Hendersonville, Gallatin, Spring Hill and Thompson Station. Your husband gets the best end of the bargain if you choose Spring Hill or Thompson Station with his smaller commute time in comparison to yours. The best compromise is, of course, Brentwood; however, you're not going to see the bargains that you see in Spring Hill and Thompson Station.
Mike Cortez agent for Jerry Butler Homes--an equal housing provider. phone 582-0386. Look at Village of Valley Green subdivision. firstname.lastname@example.org
I would guess the little residential left in Berry Hill may be poised for growth now that the decrepit 100 Oaks Mall is becoming all Vanderbilt doctors offices. I also think the area around the torn down Bellevue Mall will do better because I am fairly certain they are putting an IKEA in where the old Dillards was.
Drive from wherever you are thinking about buying in terms of area, and as silly as it sounds, do it from there at the time you would be leaving and go to your work. That is the only way to get a sense of the commute. I drove all over the place but I am glad I did because the area of new development I liked down Old Hickory would have been a nightmare commute for me due to multiple new townhomes all over and not enough road.
Our house is linked at the bottom. We are going to do the drive thing here in Atlanta and live in an apartment for 6 months while we figure out the area. I think that by going up 400 I can have a reverse commute here (like I did going down to Cool Springs in Rush Hour) and my wife will not be too far from hospital work options in Atlanta. Enjoy the search process!
But why Fairview?
1. It is in Williamson County and has access to the excellent school system of Williamson County. Additionally, because of the small town community spirit , education is enhanced significally by community envolvement.
2. Building development has been slowed by the lack of sufficient intrastructure especially water resources. That has recently been resolved and will result in the same level of development we have seen in Franklin, Spring Hill,etc If the past is prolog to the future, development will result in increasing home values.
3. The HWY 840 connector to Franklin and I-65 will bring additional development as well as additional access to Nashville, Franklin and Cool Springs.
4. Home Buyers have not discovered Fairview yet. To many, it is a sleepy little country town. They do not see the future growth. As a result of this lack of vision by most home buyers, home prices are relatively low. As compared to the rest of Williamson County, cost per square foot is low. In other words, you can get the most for your money in Fairview.
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