Fieldstone Farms was one of the first master planned communities in Williamson County. Spanning 825 acres, this innovative neighborhood, known for the white, four-plank fencing surrounding it, is sub-divided into 26 distinct communities.
Fieldstone Farms offers buyers a variety of living choices, including single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes. One section of the neighborhood is dedicated exclusively to those 55 years of age and over.
“Fieldstone Farms is a broad demographic of singles, young couples with or without children, large and small families, empty-nesters and grandparents who want to live near their children and grandchildren and enjoy an active social life,” says Broker Dianne Christian with Daniel-Christian Real Estate LLC. “
Although Fieldstone Farms is large in size, Christian says it’s a close-knit neighborhood. “There are neighborhood book clubs, running clubs, a Swim & Tennis Club with fitness center. Also, neighborhood shopping and restaurants are within easy walking distance,” she adds. “Friendships develop and last a lifetime within the neighborhood.”
Christian says that residences in Fieldstone Farms range in size from 1,027 square feet to approximately 6,000 square feet. “Many homes have gone through upgrades and improvements or are in the process,” she notes. “Some homeowners have moved within the neighborhood three or more times.”
Fieldstone Farms at a glance….
Number of Homes: 2,137
Median Home Value: $ 350,000
- 2 Pools
- Fitness Center
- 4 Parks; several playgrounds
- Lighted Tennis Courts
- Nature trail along Harpeth River
- Sidewalks throughout neighborhood
- Hunters Bend Elementary within walking distance for many
- Nearby shopping and restaurants
Hunters Bend Elementary, Grassland Middle, Franklin High
For more information, click here to contact Dianne Christian with Daniel-Christian Real Estate, LLC.