Featured Community Thompsons Station

Dated: 05/05/2014

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by T.J. Anderson  

Situated between Franklin and Spring Hill, Thompson’s Station is a beautiful and sleepy small town in Williamson County with a population around 2,500 that is capturing a lot of new interest. New developments and subdivisions are now keeping the pastoral countryside company, going up as quickly as possible, as are the parks, sidewalks, roads, and other projects needed to support the population jump.

The Tennesseean recently reported that Thompson’s Station is No. 1 for the fastest-growing home values in Tennessee. Celebrities who reportedly live in Thompson’s Station include Jason Aldean and the Cyrus family, who own a 500-acre spread there called Singin’ Hill Farm.
 
Interestingly, the community, which was settled during the late 18th century, was originally called “White House” before changing its name in 1836 to “Littlebury.” It was redubbed once again in 1855 after local doctor Elijah Thompson donated land and a train station to support the new railroad.    
The real estate available in Thompson’s Station runs the gamut from humble to oh-hell-yeah, with plenty of wiggle room in between. You'll find lots of new construction homes in subdivisions like Tollgate Village, Canterbury, and Bridgemore Village
Here we show you four of our favorite Thompson Stations residences currently for sale, ranging in price between $198K and $698K (lowest to highest):

1) 2807 Sutherland Drive
Thompsons Station, TN 37179
$197,987


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Built in 1997, this home covers 1,910 square feet, which includes three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. There’s an above-ground pool in the backyard, and a two-car garage. The kitchen is completely updated, from the granite countertops to the hardwood floors.   

2) 3825 Somers Lane
Thompson Station, TN 37179
$289,900


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How darling is this new cottage? Built in 2013, there’s a luxe kitchen and an awesome pair of porches to enjoy. Even the bathrooms have granite countertops, and the master bath, which opens to his and her walk-in closets, boasts a jetted tub, and a spacious walk-in shower with a pebble floor. Around the back of the house, there’s an attached two-car garage, and a community swimming pool and tennis court to take advantage of. This house is 1,570 square feet, with three bedrooms and two baths.  

3) 2128 Chaucer Park Lane
Thompson's Station, TN 37179
$324,900


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Built just last year, this beautiful 2,422-square-foot home sits on a quarter-acre corner lot in the Canterbury subdivision and includes four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a two-car garage. There’s gorgeous millwork throughout, including a trey ceiling in the master bedroom. Kitchen and bathrooms all include luxe touches. Out back is a large flagstone patio with a built-in firepit.  

4) 3800 Robbins Nest Court
Thompsons Station, TN 37179
$698,000


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The price on this property isn’t anything to sneeze at, but we couldn’t let this beauty escape your attention. According to the realtor’s remarks, this 5,364 square foot property is the builder’s personal home and is as such loaded with upgrades like Carrera marble kitchen countertops that can also be found in the master bath. There are five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Click through the photos to see for yourself. 
Have questions about Thompson's Station? Let me know. 
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TJ Anderson

TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....

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