If you’re a fellow golfer and a current Middle Tennessee househunter, double lucky for you, since The Hideaway at Arrington isn’t just a golf course, but a new luxury home community tucked into the Williamson County hills, with 742 acres of natural beauty and, once completed, 482 homesites that'll take full advantage of the scenery.
Let’s start with the golf. The private, 18-hole course first has the benefit of a spectacular expanse of property, with 170 acres of pristine woodland wonderland that climbs and dips with elevation changes of up to 180 feet. That makes for serious views from the high points to the low ones. There’s me at the final hole, up top, taking it all in. Wasn't sad about it.
Unsurprisingly, the course was designed by some of the best in the business. Award-winning architects von Hagge, Smelek & Baril — who, over near five decades, have helmed the creation of hundreds of courses over 50 cities and 16 countries — brought their design philosophy to life at The Hideaway: “to provide striking and magnificent visual beauty together with golfing pleasure.”
And the homes don't/won't slouch either. Your options are many — several of the area’s best-respected custom home builders are building luxury properties at the Hideaway at Arrington, so you can see your dream home come to life, whether that means a massive cook’s kitchen with all the bells and whistles, a major wine cellar to house your growing cache or a master suite that’s a luxurious escape.
The community will offer a slew of amenities, too: a beautiful pool with expansive clubhouse, a general store with onsite coffeehouse, tennis courts, and lots more. And just about every home will have a sweeping front or backyard view of the golf course.
It only took me an afternoon to fall totally in love with this little-known Southern secret, so I felt compelled to spread the love around. You can find more info (and many more photos to ogle) at the Hideaway at Arrington website.
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