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Homes for Sale in Westhaven Franklin TN
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Fast Facts About Westhaven
Westhaven Neighborhood Amenities
With 2 different pool locations at both the Resident’s Club and the Westhaven Golf Club, there are plenty of options for summer fun for all ages.
Fish Pool – Little ones aged 5 and under can get their feet wet in this shallow, unheated pool
Slide Pool – Let the kids go swimming in this medium-depth, unheated pool, which features a fun 119’ water slide and refreshing “lazy river”
Zero-Entry Pool – Families of all ages will enjoy this varying-depth, unheated pool with its beach-inspired sloped entry, spray features and a deeper end for experienced swimmers
Lap Pool – Try water aerobics or lap swimming in the heated saltwater pool, designated for residents aged 18+
Westhaven Town Center is an integral part of the master-planned Westhaven Community in Franklin, TN, and services the surrounding area as an important daily needs and destination center with over 40 businesses, as well as lovely public spaces and promenades.
The beautiful streetscape and architecture form a lovely backdrop for outdoor dining and socializing. The Center is anchored by a Kroger Grocery Store, Franklin Synergy Bank, and a medical building featuring a Vanderbilt Family Practice Office.
With the premiere Westhaven Golf Club, plenty of walking trails, a lap pool and a lake with paddle boarding and more, there is plenty to do in Westhaven, in Franklin, TN.
Public Schools Zoned for the Westhaven Neighborhood
We are a community school located in the western half of Williamson County, just west of the Franklin city limits. Pearre Creek Elementary has faculty and staff dedicated to the success of our students. We work hard daily to build character, intellect, and a love for learning in our students. Our teachers commit themselves to designing engaging lessons with appropriate levels of academic rigor to meet the needs of all students. Pearre Creek Elementary is blessed with a community that embraces the school and its efforts. We acknowledge the community’s endless support as a key factor in our school’s success.
Hillsboro School began as a private school in the Leiper’s Fork community and was purchased by the Williamson County Board of Education in 1905. The school continued at the same campus until a lightning strike in 1930 burned the original buildings. In 1933, Williamson County Board of Education rebuilt the facility. Hillsboro’s enrollment increased to 550 students in 1976 with the consolidation of Burwood and Evergreen Schools. In 1979, high school students were dispersed to Franklin and Fairview High Schools. Just outside the Hillsboro gym doors is Heritage Hall, a special hallway celebrating Hillsboro’s rich historical legacy in photographs. A new four million dollar facility was built in 1981, and in 2012, the Hillsboro Performing Arts Center was dedicated. Today, students who graduate from Hillsboro Middle Elementary school continue their academic careers at Independence High School.
Westhaven Town Center
Rounding out the wide variety of more than 30 businesses and services at the Town Center are three new additions: Coal Town Pizza & Public House, a fast-casual pizza restaurant; FIT 2, a second fitness center for Westhaven residents; and a new state-of-the-art office for Westhaven Realty.
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.
Located in the Westhaven community of Franklin, TN, Scout’s Pub is a modern, Southern bar featuring hand crafted cocktails and crave-worthy food in a neighborhood atmosphere perfect for meeting friends, spending time with family or just hanging out with the gang.
Coal Town Public House
Coal Town Public House offers a diverse menu comprised of elevated and unique takes on American cuisine, as well as a full-service bar boasting a wide array of wine, beer and craft cocktails.
Points of Interest
Restored historic movie house with a full bar & concessions hosting a variety of music & drama acts.
This come-as-you-are treasure of Williamson County is a homegrown mix of picturesque surroundings, culture, and Southern fare. Check out our recommendations below on great places to eat, shop, and stay.
Once the family home of Mabel and Leslie Cheek, this extraordinary 1930s estate, with its historic mansion and 55 acres of cultivated gardens and expansive vistas, today serves the public as a botanic garden, arboretum and museum.