Spring Hill, Tennessee is a city in Maury and Williamson Counties with nearly 40,000 people populating the 17.7 square miles. Spring Hill is just 30 miles south of Nashville. Settlers established the area in 1809, and Albert Russell was the first man to build a house on the land. The Battle of Spring Hill was waged during the Civil War in November of 1864. The Rippavilla Plantation located at 5700 Main Street houses several different educational activities for little ones and an annual corn maze.
Homeowners have the choice to enroll their kids at Spring Hill Elementary, Middle, and High Schools as well as the 16 other excellent schools. Private education can be found at Spring Hill Academy or Columbia Academy. The residents or Spring Hill have an incredibly open and active community that hosts all sorts of activities. Baby time and story time are available for parents and toddlers, Yack and Snack is a teens advisory meeting, there is a club called the Night Owls which is mystery novel book club. Photography Club. Comic Bunch, Memoirs and More, Chess, Spanish classes, I Cre8 art classes, and a knitting class by the name of Chicks and Sticks are available to residents in Spring Hill. Future homebuyers looking for single-family homes for sale in Spring Hill will find a wide variety of houses. New construction houses, homes with 3,000 square feet, and four bedrooms can be found. Porches with pillars holding up balconies, classic steps heading up to the front door, ready for a porch swing or comfy chairs to sit and gab with family and friends are available. If you are interested in buying a home for sale in Spring Hill, please contact us today.
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