9th Feb, 2009

What’s New In Davidson County Tennessee? A Nolensville Road Town Home Project

High Point, a new Nashville Tennessee real estate town home development on Nolensville Road, is about to break ground.  This new greater Nashville real estate development, which will also include commercial real estate space, is in the high growth area of Nolensville TN.

The area has a “…lot of momentum,” says developer, David McGowan.  He described the Nolensville Road property, which is close to both interstates 24 and 64, as a good place to build.

The new townhouses will be “very traditional” with English Tudor style architecture.  The homes will consist of mostly brick and cement siding, and will feature two-car, alley loaded garages.  There will be a choice of either two or three story units, and you can take your pick of a two or three bedroom floor plan. The price of these lovely townhouses will start in the high $180s to the $230s.

David McGowan is no stranger to the Nashville Tennessee real estate market.  He has developed a lot of property in this area, as well as in the Brentwood TN real estate market.  In recent years, he has focused on the southeast Davidson County area, and he knows there is great visibility in the Nolensville Tennessee area.  The convenience of interstate highways, as well as all the new shopping and restaurant venues, make this area a booming spot despite the economic downturn.  McGowan says he knows there are a lot of young professionals who work in Cool Springs, Maryland Farms, or even Murfreesboro, and they all want easy access to the Nashville International Airport and an easy commute to downtown Nashville.  These young professionals are the buyers for this high growth area.

While cautious about the over all market conditions, McGowan is monitoring the market conditions, and says he believes by the time High Pointe is finished, the market will be stable.

THIS IS GOOD NEWS TO ALL REALTORS.  McGowan has been successful in the Nashville TN real estate business for many a decade, and if he says he thinks the market is going to be stable in a few months, this is reason to shout!

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