Spring Hill Homes & Real Estate
Search Spring Hill homes for sale & real estate in Maury and Williamson counties. The city of Spring Hill, TN is located on the border of Maury and Williamson counties. Situated about 30 miles south of Nashville and 35 miles west of Murfreesboro, it's a 40 minute drive from the Nashville International Airport and uses zip code 37174. I-65 makes up the eastern border of Spring Hill, providing easy access to I-840 and the Greater Nashville area. Spring Hill is home to about 36,000 residents, with about 10,000 in Maury County and 26,000 in Williamson County. For information about Spring Hill neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Spring Hill real estate agents today. Read more about Spring Hill real estate.
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As of December 2, 2023 there are 172 active properties for sale in Spring Hill TN with an average listing price of $709,617. The highest-priced property listing is $5,900,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $299,995. Homes For Sale in Spring Hill TN have an average price of $287 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.7 bedrooms, 2.9 bathrooms, and 2,657 square feet of living space.
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Spring Hill Real Estate Market
Real estate is a hot commodity in this rapidly-expanding suburb. The median sales price for homes in Spring Hill is in the mid-200's, a figure that has risen slowly but steadily in recent years and jumped by about 17 percent over last year. About 87 percent of residents own rather than rent, and the median rent cost is about $1,500 per month. Single-family homes are by far the most plentiful, but there are also some condos and townhomes for sale. Demand for homes has increased over the last two years while inventory has remained steady, making the city primarily a seller's market. Homes are spending an average of 40 days on the market.
In 2015, home prices ranged from the mid-100's for a three-bedroom home in Oak Lake Estates to the upper 400's for a five-bedroom home in Autumn Ridge. Spring Hill's top-selling neighborhood in 2015 was Beneveto. The Reserve at Port Royal was also a very popular subdivision. To meet the rising demand for housing, new developments and additions are springing up throughout the city, with new construction available from the low 200's through the high 500's. There are still some larger home lots available, ranging from one acre to 16 acres. With so many new planned communities, the most common architectural style available is contemporary two-story, although there are some American Colonial, ranch, and cottage-style homes for sale as well. The median size for a single-family home is 2,600 square feet, while condos and townhomes average 1,600 square feet.
Spring Hill Area Highlights
- Fast-growing job market
- Poised to become Nashville's hottest suburb
- Plentiful manufacturing and logistics jobs
- Premium golf course
- Historic sites and Civil War battlefields
- Excellent public schools
Spring Hill Community Amenities
Business Week recently named Spring Hill one of the fastest-growing cities in Tennessee. Automotive and logistics are two of the city's biggest industries, with GM Manufacturing, Comprehensive Logistics, and Penske Automotive numbering among its top employers. Other large companies, including Ryder and Mars, Inc. have recently opened new facilities in Spring Hill as well. The median household income for Spring Hill is about $76,000, considerably higher than the national average of $53,000. Job growth in the past year has outpaced the national rate, and the job market is projected to grow by about 40 percent within the next 10 years.
City amenities in Spring Hill include several public parks with playgrounds and picnic facilities, as well as a skate park and a public library. One of Spring Hill's biggest attractions is Rippavilla Plantation, a historic site and museum offering Civil War-era educational programs. The Plantation also hosts festivals and events, such as the Swanky Plank Vintage Marketplace held in July, Vines and Vintage Artisan Market held in October, Whispers from the Past paranormal investigation tours, and the Rippavilla Brigade Civil War reenactments. It's also a popular site for weddings. Spring Hill also offers a self-guided driving tour of battlefields. The city is renowned for its golf course, Kings Creek Golf Club, a semi-private club and 18-hole course with a layout designed by Arnold Palmer. The city's primary shopping destination is The Crossings of Spring Hill, featuring more than 50 stores and restaurants plus a 12-screen Cineplex.
Spring Hill Area Schools
Children of homeowners on the Maury County side of Spring Hill attend Spring Hill or Marvin Wright Elementary Schools, Spring Hill Middle School, and Spring Hill High School. Marvin Wright Elementary and Spring Hill Middle both receive high scores of eight out of 10 by the school ranking website GreatSchools.org. Students on the Williamson County side of the city use the excellent Williamson County School District; all of the district's schools receive a score of eight or higher. Longview Elementary and Spring Station Middle School each receive a perfect 10. Private schools in Spring Hill include Columbia Academy, Spring Hill Christian Academy, and Cornerstone School.
Columbia State Community College has a campus 10 miles south of Spring Hill. In Nashville, higher education institutions include Tennessee State, Vanderbilt, Belmont, and Lipscomb Universities, in addition to several technical institutes and specialized schools.
Spring Hill is a fast-growing city with an expanding job market and reasonable housing prices. With its excellent public schools and proximity to Nashville and Murfreesboro, Spring Hill is an ideal location for those looking to buy a home in a popular Nashville suburb and for homebuyers interested in Central Tennessee real estate.
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