7 New Neighborhoods Coming to Williamson County

Lockwood Glen

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3. Lockwood Glenn

Lockwood Glen, a single-family community in Franklin that features resort-style amenities and integrating nature, is getting a new section of 161 homes called Echelon at Lockwood Glen. The homes are currently under construction.

Much like the first phase, which was ready in 2014, Echelon will feature some of Nashville’s premier builders such as Mallard Homes, Ford Custom Classic Homes.  A builder not involved in the first phase, Stonegate Homes, will also be building.

Model and spec homes for Ford and Stonegate are expected to be open this month. Mallard Homes is currently building in Lockwood Glen and has an open model and spec homes.

There will be four phases, with a variety of styles: townhomes, manor homes, executive homes and estate homes from the $300s-$600s. According to Lockwood Glen, the new section will be reminiscent of the classic American hometown, with the vernacular styles of historic Southern neighborhoods.



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Ford will build 34 manor homes, priced from the high $400,000’s to $600,000’s, and 52 townhomes starting in the mid $300,000’s. Mallard will build cottage and garden homes starting in the $400,000’s. Stonegate will construct the exclusive estate and executive homes starting at $650,000.

Construction has already started on a Residents’ Club, to have a saltwater pool, charcoal grill and farm table, fire pit, play lawn and amphitheater.

“Echelon at Lockwood Glen will offer the ultimate community living experience with a small-town feel and timeless architecture,” said Keith Glenn, senior vice president of Crescent’s Mid-Atlantic residential group. “We’re proud to partner with builders like Ford and Stonegate that share our philosophy of building communities that better people’s lives. We look forward to working together with these premier builders on high-quality homes at Lockwood Glen and Echelon at Lockwood Glen.”

Lockwood Glen and Echelon at Lockwood Glen make up a picturesque community with a friendly, small-town feel located in desirable Williamson County off South Carothers Parkway. The initial phase, which was unveiled by Crescent in 2014, features resort-style amenities that encourage neighbors to come together to socialize and celebrate. At build-out, both sections combined will include 545 homes. Lockwood Glen also offers a variety of opportunities to enjoy nature, including a trail network, an 11-acre lake and 5 miles of Harpeth River Frontage.

For more information, visit CrescentCommunities.com.

Here is a link to the plans.

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