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As summer slowly creeps up, it’s time to start thinking about summer camps for your kids! There are so many wonderful camps to appeal to all children in the Middle Tennessee area. From science to art to the outdoors to animals, every child will find something they absolutely love! Camps fill up early though so make sure to sign your child up as soon as possible! Here are some of our favorites options!
How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Maury, Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, and Sumner counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.
Though some potential buyers may be a bit frustrated they didn’t find the perfect home this summer thanks to the intense competition they would have faced for just about any property – they shouldn’t be discouraged. As some shoppers leave the market, the odds that those who remain will find a home for a good value, only increase. Working with a real estate professional in September and beyond may help them find the home of their dreams with greater ease.
This Smyrna residence within the Oaks Subdivision features a beautifully remodeled master bathroom, fresh paint, and an inground salt water pool. The beautiful Listing of the Week sits on a large lot just two miles to the lake.
Named by US News and World Report as one of the “Best Places to Retire,” Smyrna, Tennessee is located in Rutherford County and is one of the most family-friendly places to live in Middle Tennessee. The city provides plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities, as it features an outdoor waterpark, more than 10 parks, and 7 miles of greenery trails. Smyrna is an excellent place in which to work, live, and enjoy nature.
This Listing of the Week is truly a one-of-a-kind, Robert Anderson, contemporary home with gated entry. Includes a private 17+ acre tract with a stocked four-acre lake, water fountain, dock, pool and pool house, seven stall barn, and fenced pasture. This home has spacious living with its open floor plan and two large master suites. This home is great for indoor and outdoor entertainment and all within Franklin City limits.
Middle Tennessee summers can be brutal. Between the temperature and the humidity, one of the only ways to really get some sweet relief is to eat a delicious cool treat. Below we’ve got our favorite 18 places for ice cream, iced coffee, sno cones, and all things cool.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored guest post for HMS Home Warranty.
Most homeowners are on the lookout for simple ways to save a bit of money here and there because even a few cost-cutting measures can really add up over the course of a year.Meanwhile, many Americans also want to reduce their environmental impact for both financial as well as for more altruistic reasons.
This home is a beautifully crafted hidden gem nestled atop a hill surrounded by 20 wooded acres just four miles outside Murfreesboro city limits in Rutherford County. Experience a true escape from the city life to this wildlife sanctuary. Nature meets architecture to unite in this custom built home. The uniquely constructed home was designed to resemble the Sportsman Lodge Restaurant.