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Springfield Homes & Real Estate

Find the newest Springfield homes for sale & real estate property listings in Williamson County below! Springfield, Tennessee is a thriving, bedroom community of Nashville, with a population of around 16,500 residents. The city, located about 40 miles north of Downtown Nashville, is best known for its extensive park system and as the home of Northcrest Medical Center, Volunteer State College and Austin Peay State University. For information about Springfield neighborhood properties for sale in Tennessee or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Springfield real estate agents today. Read more about Springfield real estate.

Homes For Sale in Springfield TN

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As of March 1, 2024 there are 75 active properties for sale in Springfield TN with an average listing price of $557,136. The highest-priced property listing is $2,250,000, while the lowest priced property can be purchased for $143,000. Homes For Sale in Springfield TN have an average price of $257 per square foot, based on listings with an average of 3.1 bedrooms, 2.4 bathrooms, and 2,266 square feet of living space.

Springfield Real Estate Market

Real estate in Springfield varies widely. Prospective homebuyers will find everything from mid-20th-century ranch-style homes to new construction to traditional, split-level brick homes. There is even a smattering of semi-detached condos in Springfield. Most Springfield homeowners live in distinct neighborhoods, although there are a few self-contained subdivisions with newly-constructed dwellings. Home prices in Springfield range from around $75,000 for condos to more than $250,000 for newer luxury homes. There are homes for sale in Springfield for most every taste and budget.

Springfield Area Highlights

  • Vibrant, college town atmosphere
  • Lots of parks and green spaces
  • Easy access to nearby Nashville
  • Abundant, affordable restaurants
  • Historic downtown shopping district

Springfield Community Amenities

Residents will find plenty to see and do in Springfield. The city owns and manages a collection of five public parks, including American Legion Field and Garner Street. Less than an hour outside of town is the Cumberland River and the many parks and recreation areas located along its banks. Springfield is also home to a historic downtown shopping district; The Legacy, one of the best golf courses in the State of Tennessee; and the Greenway, a three-mile hiking and biking trail that snakes its way from Downtown Springfield to J Travis Park.

It's easy to get around Springfield, given the city's compact size. State Route 41 bisects the city between east and west and connects Springfield to Downtown Nashville to the south. State Route 49 cuts through the center of the city from east to west. In addition, Nashville's Metro Transit Authority provides public bus service between Springfield and Downtown Nashville. For trips further afield, Nashville International Airport is less than an hour's drive away.

The Greater Nashville area is home to a number of festive annual events. The Nashville Film Festival, held for a week in April, is one of the largest film festivals in the south. In June, the CMA Music Festival celebrates the region's country music heritage, and Nashville Oktoberfest, held each September, is Nashville's oldest festival and one of the largest in the southern United States.

There's no lack of cultural activities in north-central Tennessee. Springfield is home to the Robertson County Players, one of the oldest theater companies in Tennessee.

Springfield residents need never go hungry. This Central Tennessee community offers a diverse array of coffee houses, delis and restaurants. Among the local favorites are the Depot, a cozy place for burgers and drinks; Larry's Restaurant, a favorite breakfast and luncheon spot; and Willie Mae's BBQ.

Springfield Area Schools

School-age residents in Springfield attend Robertson County Public schools. The district, which has an enrollment of around 11,500 students, owns and manages 22 schools -- 12 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 4 high schools. In addition to the public schools, there are a number of private schools in the area. These include South Haven Christian School and Davidson Academy. For post-secondary education, Volunteer State College and Austin Peay State University are right in town. Nearby Nashville is home to more college choices, including Vanderbilt University.

If you're looking to buy a home in North-Central Tennessee, Springfield has a lot to offer. This community near Nashville features a wide variety of home styles and prices, an extensive array of parks and green spaces, and easy access to big-city transportation, education, health care, shopping and dining.

Springfield Real Estate Agents

Thinking of buying or selling a house in Springfield? Let our team of local real estate professionals guide you through the purchase of your next home, or skillfully negotiate the successful sale of your current Nashville property. As local Springfield real estate experts, we're authorities on the housing market dynamics unique to Springfield real estate. Our real estate professionals are ready to consult with you today!

Contact The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage today to learn more about our exclusive buyer or seller representation strategies. About to sell your Springfield home? Visit our free home evaluation tool - quickly learn your Nashville home value today.

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