Spring Hill Homes & Real Estate

View the hottest Spring Hill, TN homes for sale and real estate below! Spring Hill, Tennessee, blends Southern history and charm with a modern twist while being just 35 miles south of Nashville. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more for Spring Hill properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Spring Hill real estate.

Homes for Sale in Spring Hill TN

Spring Hill Real Estate Statistics October 18, 2021
75
Listed
20
Avg. DOM
$231.01
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$480,000
Med. List Price
75 Properties
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Spring Hill Real Estate Market

With affordable home prices that reap a solid return on investment, Spring Hill is a real treat for house hunters who wish to live near the action of Downtown Nashville but prefer a quieter setting at home.

Single-family houses in the neighborhood, both older homes and new construction projects, typically range in price from $300,000 to $800,000. They typically feature three bedrooms and three bathrooms and over 2,000 square feet of living space. A handful of larger, luxury estates can go for more than $1.5 million, which also buys over 10 acres of land depending on where the property is located.

Home styles in Spring Hill reflect a mix of traditional, rustic, and modern architecture. Some homes have log-cabin exteriors and large, open-front porches that encourage an outdoor lifestyle. Properties in the Cherry Grove subdivision of Spring Hill include two-story homes with spacious rooms, large windows, and plenty of outdoor space.

Spring Hill Community Amenities

The city of Spring Hill is located in both Maury County and Williamson County, and it has a population of approximately 40,000 residents. Locals and visitors have access to the Rippavilla Plantation, one of the largest historical rural plantations in Tennessee. The venue has been repurposed to offer a Sunset Concert Series, a tour of the Battle of Spring Hill, and an annual corn maze.

Residents of Spring Hill also have access to several green parks and facilities, including Evans Park and Fischer Park in Port Royal. Both offer picnic areas and wide-open spaces with hiking trails.

For dining and shopping options, the Cool Springs Galleria mall north of Spring Hill has chain favorites like Target and White House Black Market. Nearby restaurants include Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Texas Roadhouse.

Top employers in the area are GM Spring Hill Manufacturing, Maury Regional Medical Center, Tennessee Farm Bureau, and Ibex Global, with a combined workforce of approximately 7,500 employees. The City of Spring Hill maintains a job board regularly on its official city website, with many engineering, administrative, and custodial roles to fill.

Spring Hill is crisscrossed by major routes and interstates, with I-65 flanking Spring Hill's eastern boundary and U.S. Route 31 flanking its western side. Highway 65 is also the quickest way to Nashville. Route 396, known locally as Saturn Parkway, provides a relatively short, east-west freeway connection into the city with two exits before terminating at Beechcroft Road near the GM Stamping/Steel Plant.

Spring Hill Local Highlights

  • Close to Nashville's thriving job economy and vibrant music scene.
  • A lucrative real estate market offers exceptional value at affordable prices.
  • A "Southern charm" community with rustic features and modern conveniences.
  • Access to the Rippavilla Plantation, where fun events take place each year.
  • Short commute to the Cool Springs Galleria Mall's major retail stores.
  • Many public schools to choose from; served by two separate counties.

Spring Hill School Information

Spring Hill is served by both Maury County Public Schools and the Williamson County School District.

Williamson County schools include Chapmans Retreat Elementary and Longview Elementary Schools, Heritage Middle and Spring Station Middle Schools, and Summit High School.

On the other side of the county divide, Maury County serves Battle Creek, Marvin Wright, and Spring Hill Elementary Schools, while Spring Hill Middle and Spring Hill High Schools enroll students in grades six to twelve.

There are many good reasons to buy a home in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Being so conveniently close to Nashville is one of them. Another is enjoying the peace and quiet of a small neighborhood where home values are hard to beat!

Spring Hill, TN Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in Spring Hill? Let our Spring Hill real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Spring Hill property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Spring Hill, Tennessee, real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Spring Hill home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.

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