2099 Hemlock Dr., Spring Hill, Tennessee, 37174
This townhome in Spring Hill, TN for sale, built in 2016, welcomes you home with a covered rocking chair front porch. Hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances were chosen the give a more luxurious look and feel than other available homes in the area. Both bedrooms upstairs have their own full bathroom and walk-in closets. The washer and dryer hookups are conveniently located upstairs. Exterior maintenance and landscaping are provided by HOA. The back patio was added by the owner, and backs up to green space. Privacy fencing and outside storage are already in place. Steps from the back door is an access point for walking trails that circle the neighborhood. Sidewalks are throughout neighborhood, and it is a short walk to the Longview Recreation Center.
Great centralized location less than an hour from Nashville, TN!
Location, Location, Location! The Woodland Neighborhood on the North side of Spring Hill, Williamson County, TN is centrally located between the popular towns of Franklin, Thompson's Station and Columbia. This townhome is minutes from all the shopping and amenities that you will need.
* 40 minutes to Nashville International Airport
* 30 minutes via I65N to Downtown Nashville, TN
* World class hospitals are minutes away. With two regional medical centers within a 10 minute drive, help is always at the ready. For more serious needs, Vanderbilt University Medical Center and St. Thomas Hospital can be found in Metro Nashville.
* 10 minutes to Historic Downtown Franklin, TN
* 10 minutes to Columbia, TN
* 17 miles to the charming Village of Leipers Fork
People travel from all over the world to experience what Middle Tennessee has to offer. Nashville has been voted one of the top friendliest cities in recent travel publications. For country music fans, it is always a special treat to spy a favorite artist who calls the Nashville area home. . Nashville has embraced its country music roots with the preservation of the Historic Ryman Auditorium, ongoing Grand Ole Opry shows, and a thriving Honky Tonk scene in downtown Nashville. It continues to be a welcoming area for new and upcoming artists, with venues offering live music and talent waiting to be discovered just minutes from home!
Middle Tennessee has a rich history, with much effort put into preservation. A number of Civil War battlefields and historic homes in the area provide a wonderful way to learn about Tennessee history. Walking tours, guided sites, as well as numerous events designed to preserve and remember important historical events are held year-round.
For those who prefer to spend time outdoors, Williamson County and surrounding areas are much sought after for the beauty of their landscapes. Weekends will find cars, motorcycles, and bicyclists enjoying the gorgeous county roads. Fields and rivers are abundant with wildlife.
Excellent dining, shopping, antique stores and boutiques can be found just around the corner! Unique festivals, parades, and events draw people in from all over to experience the unique style of Williamson County and surrounding areas! You'll have plenty of room to hosts guests and show off your hometown!
With the lowest property taxes in the state, as well as top rated schools and a thriving business community, Williamson County is home to numerous employers and entrepreneurs. Several multi-national companies have headquartered in Williamson Co., as well as across the state.
As a consistently top rated county for education in Tennessee, Williamson County has become a draw for it's school system. This home is zoned for Longview Elementary, Heritage Middle School and Independence High School. Longview Elementary is a short 1.5 miles from home, Heritage Middle is 2.6 miles away, and Independence High is 5.7 miles via Columbia Pike. Both the Middle and High Schools were honored with being named 2019 Reward Schools. Reward status is the top distinction a school can earn in Tennessee. Achievement, growth, attendance, English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA), graduation rates and Ready Graduate data are all evaluated when designating Reward Schools. To earn this honor, the district must score high enough on TNReady tests and End-of-Course exams.
Don’t miss this opportunity to have a beautifully appointed townhome in the most convenient and beautiful area of Middle Tennessee!