Would a new ‘downtown Nolensville’ entice you toward the Nashville suburb?

    Nolensville Market Square

     

    As Nashville grows and changes and gets more populous and more busy, we routinely find ourselves with two very passionate, very opposite kinds of househunters: the lovers of urban life, who are excited to search for a home right in the busy thick of things; and those who miss the days when Nashville was a lot sleepier, and who feel drawn to heading off in search of nearby suburbs that offer more laid-back vibes.

    For the latter, we’re usually in search of a balance: those laid-back vibes, but a decent proximity to Nashville, and access to things to do and places to see, too, like restaurants/shopping/independent businesses.

    A lot of our clients start with an eye on Brentwood, but more and more, nearby Nolensville is getting the love — and that might be on a serious upswing going forward.

    The town’s grown 25 percent since 2010, and this proposal for Nolensville Market Square — a $90 million, 250,000-square-foot development with offices, retail and condos, meant to become a sort of downtown Nolensville — could up its appeal even further.

    If you’re thinking about heading away from the Nashville city limits, Nolensville might be worth some exploration. You can get a lot of house for the money, and it’s only about a 30-minute drive from Nashville proper.

    Curious about what you can find there? We picked out some properties on the market that we thought give a good indication of the city’s mix of traditional homes and newer builds with historic-leaning style.

     

    1216 Ben Hill Blvd
    1216 Ben Hill Blvd
    Nolensville, TN 37135
    PRICE: $279,900

    A solid picture of the value in Nolensville for a family that’s growing and getting established: almost-new construction with an open main floor, huge bonus space, sizable master suite and two-car garage, well under $300K.

     

    4145 Alva Lane
    4145 Alva Lane
    Nolensville, TN 37135
    PRICE: $317,506

    For the househunter who’s really drawn to new construction: a tudor-influenced property in Nolensville with the finishes most buyers really want (granite, hardwoods, etc.), a master on the main floor, bonus room upstairs and a covered porch, still at a price point that’s a lot lower than comparable properties in most of Nashville and Brentwood.

     

    1237 Ben Hill Blvd
    1237 Ben Hill Blvd
    Nolensville, TN 37135
    PRICE: $409,900

    At this price point, finding a really large home for a large family right in Nashville — particularly if you’re looking for something move-in ready — can be something of a challenge. Nolensville makes it easier. Case in point: this impeccably kept home with lovely, traditional finishes and tons of space — more than 3,600 square feet — listed at just over $400K.

     

     

    6006 Fishing Creek Rd
    6006 Fishing Creek Rd
    Nolensville, TN 37135
    PRICE: $459,900

    Another place where you can score in Nolensville: plentiful community amenities with a comparably low association fee. This Bent Creek property is just a few years old, and in nearly new-home shape. In the community, you’ve got a park, playground, pool, walking trail and more, and your monthly association fee is a reasonable $65.

     

    5055 Aunt Nannies Place
    5055 Aunt Nannies Place
    Nolensville, TN 37135
    PRICE: $499,777

    If you’re looking for new construction that takes notes from historic architecture, Bent Creek Reserve might have the perfect fit — you’ll find homes like this Cape Cod-inspired 5-bed, 3 1/2-bath, nearly 5000-square-foot property.

     

    Intrigued by any of these homes? Think Nolensville is a place you might want to explore a little? Let us know if we can show you around!

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