The rural community of Thompson Station has a booming housing market, particularly in new homes, thanks in part to a planned interchange that will result in a quick, easy commute to downtown Nashville, say local Realtors.
"Thompson Station is a small rural area just a few minutes south of Franklin, Tennessee," explains Realtor Dorothy Hines, "In the next few years, things will begin to look different and at the center of that change will be the SR 840 Interchange at Highway 31. This exchange will connect the southern portion of Williamson County to quick and easy access to downtown Nashville."
Says Realtor Scott Shoopman, "It's an interesting combination of a buyer's market while prices continue in an upward trend. The buyer's market is driven primarily from the new construction sales. While the pricing does not necessarily reflect a buyer's market, the selection and choices available to prospective buyers is substantial. The upward trend in new home pricing is driven partially by the increase in oil and lumber prices."
"This is a great area of desirable and highly sought-after Williamson County," say Realtors Jane and Walter Roberts. "There is a new elementary, middle school and soon-to-open high school in the immediate area. A lot of home can be bought for the money in this area because there is so much new construction. You will not be disappointed in the Thompson Station/Spring Hill area of Williamson County."