Spring Hill Real Estate Spring Hill continues to grow and mature into a desirable, affordable city with excellent proximity and access, attracting visitors with its Civil War heritage and new residents with its friendly feel and abundant housing.
About Spring Hill, Tennessee
Spring Hill continues to grow and mature into a desirable, affordable city with excellent proximity and access, attracting visitors with its Civil War heritage and new residents with its friendly feel and abundant housing. This city of nearly 40,000 is just 35 miles south of Nashville and bridges both Maury and Williamson counties.
Spring Hill is a great place to raise a family. With good schools and a strong community focus on a healthier lifestyle and walkability, you’ll find a growing number of sidewalks, trails and multiuse paths to connect you to the brand new community garden and other outdoor activities year-round.
Where your children will go to school
There is a strong focus on quality education in Spring Hill. Because the city bridges two counties, your children will attend either Williamson County Schools or Maury County Schools. Public elementary schools include: Spring Elementary School, Longview Elementary School, Allendale Elementary School, Chapman’s Retreat Elementary School, Spring Hill Elementary and Marvin Wright Elementary, as well as public middle schools including Spring Hill Middle School and Spring Station Middle School. Spring Hill students attend Summit High School.
Plenty of family-friendly activities
Spring Hill invites the community to events like Pickin in the Park, a music showcase series outdoors at the city’s Harvey Park. Bring your chairs, lawn quilts and neighbors for a great night of live music. Each fall, spend the day at the County Ham Festival with free admission, great live music, tasty Southern foods, games, competitions, arts and crafts, and a kids’ zone.
For the past nine years, General Motors has sponsored the Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival with fishing, football, soccer, kickball, health screenings, nutrition education and demonstrations, sports clinics, baseball, sack races, relay races, a food court, top-notch live music and entertainment, and much more. Last year, the city opened the Late Bloomers Community Garden that makes garden plots available to families for $20 a year. In 2017, Tennessee Governor Haslam designated Spring Hill one of just 46 (out of 346) cities as “Healthier Tennessee Community.”
Rippavilla Plantation is a great Civil War destination to visit, with a historic home, nearly 100 acres of passive park space and the new Artist in Residence program that creates a rotating art show for visitors.
Spring Hill Real Estate Market Trends
This is one of the most affordable communities in middle Tennessee. Today, the median price of homes in Spring Hill is $307,245. The median rent price is $1,595. Trends show a year-over-year rise of 16 percent in median sales price and a monthly drop of -1 percent in median rent. The home values in Spring Hill have gone up over the last year by 8.3 percent and are expected to continue to increase.
It is truly a buyer’s market right now. If you’re thinking about moving to Spring Hill, now is the time! Currently, there are several homes for sale here. Click here to find out their details.
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