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Homes for Sale in Hardeman Springs Arrington TN
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Fast Facts About Hardeman Springs
Known for its beautiful scenery of rolling hills and established farms and horse boarders, Arrington has become a prime location for people looking for their own little piece of Tennessee. With close proximity to quaint towns such as Nolensville and Franklin, plus larger cities like Nashville and Murfreesboro, it’s close to it all but feels like it’s miles from the hustle and bustle of the city. With access to Williamson County schools, it’s also a perfect location for families looking for quality public education.
Major Hardeman Springs Neighborhood Amenities
Enjoy our resort-style pool and cabana!
Williamson County Recreation Center is not far from Hardeman Springs and there are many parks within distance
Public Schools Zoned for the Hardeman Springs Neighborhood
College Grove Elementary School
College Grove Elementary School is a highly rated, public school located in College Grove, Tn. It has 628 students in grades K-5 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1.
Page High School
Fred J. Page High School is a public high school in Franklin, Tennessee, United States. The school serves the eastern section of Williamson County for students in grades 9–12.
Cool Springs Galleria
CoolSprings Galleria is an enclosed super-regional shopping mall in the Cool Springs commercial and residential corridor between Franklin and Brentwood, Tennessee, 15 miles south of Nashville. Opened in 1991, it features over 165 stores.
Franklin is a city just south of Nashville, in Tennessee. A key site of the American Civil War, it’s home to 2 properties exploring the 1864 Battle of Franklin: Carter House and Carnton Plantation, which includes the McGavock Confederate Cemetery. The 1858 Lotz House contains a large collection of 19th-century furniture. Downtown’s Main Street is lined with galleries, antique shops and restored Victorian buildings.
Nolensville is a town in Williamson County, Tennessee. The population was 13,829 at the 2020 census. It was established in 1797 by William Nolen, a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. Located in Middle Tennessee, it is approximately twenty-two miles southeast of Nashville.
Murfreesboro is a city in Tennessee known for its American Civil War history. Stones River National Battlefield sits next to Stones River Cemetery, where over 6,000 Union soldiers are buried. The restored Oaklands Mansion is a former plantation house with an arboretum and gardens. Cannonsburgh Village showcases regional history from the 1830s to the 1930s, with buildings including a schoolhouse and general store
Points of Interest
Franklin Bridge Golf Club
Public golf facility offering an 18-hole course, a practice area, a clubhouse & picturesque views.
Sprawling, tranquil fields with hillside picnicking, wine by the bottle or flight, frosé & snacks.
Home of the Blue Raiders , a NCAA I Division school, Middle Tennessee State University is a public university in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
First Bank Ampitheater
Introducing FirstBank Amphitheater, a world-class boutique amphitheater nestled within a beautiful, wooded, natural stone and park-like setting. Located at the Graystone Quarry in Thompson’s Station at the southern border of Franklin, Tennessee.