Spencer Hall is a traditional single-family subdivision in Franklin, Tennessee. The subdivision’s prime location makes it an ideal community for anyone looking to enjoy the wonderful amenities that Williamson County offers. Residents also enjoy plenty of amenities within the subdivision itself.
There are about 150 homes in Spencer Hall and the square footage ranges from about 1,800 to 3,600 square feet, offering plenty of variety for buyers. The homes were built between 1997 and 2005 and are crafted with traditional style. Homes range from $200,000 to $400,000 and sit on lots about a third of an acre in size. The community enjoys peaceful sidewalks, a pool, a playground, and a clubhouse. Multiple events such as barbeques and movie nights are held at the community clubhouse and the area is zoned for some of the finest schools in the area. The neighborhood holds festive events throughout the year, including a Fall Festival and a neighborhood-wide Easter Egg Hunt.
Spencer Hall is located just off of Highway 96 West and is only minutes away from Historic Downtown Franklin. With a short 10 minute drive to the Franklin interstate exit, residents enjoy easy access to the wonderful areas of Williamson County such as Cool Springs and Brentwood. Students are zoned for Pearre Creek Elementary School, Hillsboro Middle School, and Independence High School.
Spencer Hall At A Glance-
Number of Homes– About 150
Price– $200,000 to $400,000
Average Sq. Ft.– 1,800 to 3,600 sq. ft.
Amenities– Pool, playground, clubhouse, community events
Schools– Pearre Creek Elementary School, Hillsboro Middle School, and Independence High School