Home prices are rising in Maury County, but they are lower than in other counties in the Nashville metropolitan area. The average price in 2016 in Maury County was $213,618. In 2017 the average home price was $234,308. It rose to $247,906 early this year, according to data SMTAR collects from RealTracs Solutions.
In Williamson County the median home price in February was $560,187. In Rutherford County, it was $264,985, according to the Williamson County Association of Realtors.
Maury’s lower prices, combined with its location along I-65 and the expansion of major retailers including Walmart and Target, are generating interest among home buyers and builders alike.
Homes are selling quickly. In 2016, they sold in an average of 41 days. That fell to 29 days in 2017 and rose to 34 days at the first of this year, according to RealTracs.
Regent Homes is active in several neighborhoods. In the Homestead at Carter’s Station subdivision in Columbia, many home buyers work at the General Motors plant in Spring Hill. Others are empty nesters and downsizers moving from Williamson County, said David McGowan, president of Regent Homes.
On the Maury County side of Spring Hill, Harvest Point is being developed next door to Spring Hill Middle School. Regent, Lennar, Celebration and The Jones Co. have been selected as builders.
Jen Lucy, director of sales for The Jones Co., described the neighborhood as a master-planned community with a resort-style pool, a dog park, walking trails and community gardens. It will have 400 home sites. Builders are offering a variety of floor plans, including townhomes and single-family houses. The Jones Co.’s prices start in the high $200,000s.
Also in Spring Hill, Ole South has sold all of its homes in the Meadowbrook subdivision. The company is offering villas and townhomes in the Villas at Meadowbrook, where some homes come with garages. Prices start in the low $200,000s, said Ole South Vice President Trey Lewis.
Regent Homes is planning a development of 80 townhomes next to Spring Hill’s city hall. They will be in Maury County but will be similar to the company’s popular Shirebrook townhomes on the Williamson County side of the city, said McGowan.
“It will be walkable to all the shops and stores,” he said.
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Maury County New Construction Communities & Builders
View all New Construction available in Maury County below including Price Range, Neighborhood/Subdivision, Builder name, Website and City.
|Price Range ($)||Community||Builder||Website||City||Housing Type|
|From upper $100’s||Villas At Meadowbrook||olesouth||Olesouth.com||Spring Hill|
|From $230’s||Honey Farms||LGI||LGIHomes.com/HoneyFarms||Columbia|
|From $200’s||Homestead At Carter’s Station||Parkside||GoParkside.net||Spring Hill||Townhomes|
|From $270’s||Homestead At Carter’s Station||Parkside||GoParkside.net||Spring Hill|
|From $250’s||Arden Village||Regent||RegentHomesTN.com||Columbia|
|From $270’s||Reserve At Port Royal Estates||Celebration||CelebrationHomes.com||Spring Hill|
|From $200’s||Harvest Point||The Jones Company||JonesAtHarvestPoint.com||Spring Hill|