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Williamson County Hot Spot Nolensville

  Find out what's new in this growing town.

As Williamson County Schools approach approximately 35,000 students, it’s no surprise that plans have been in the works for months to add new schools to alleviate the growing pains for places such as Ravenwood High School, which is now over capacity. With a large percentage of their student body living in Nolensville, that is where the newest elementary, middle, and high school will be built.

According to the Williamson County Schools Web site, the new high school, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2016, will be called Nolensville High School, and the elementary and middle schools, which will open in the fall of 2015, will share a campus and the name Mill Creek.

According to The Tennessean, Nolensville High School will look similar in design to Franklin High and Summit High and it will have a capacity of 1,900 students.

Positioned along York Road near the Nolensville Road intersection, the new schools will not be the only new construction in that area of Nolensville. According to the Nashville Business Journal, The Jones Co. has purchased 151 acres to develop Summerlyn subdivision, which will boast 250 new homes.

To further accommodate this growth, improvements will be made to Nolensville Road, and a new road has been approved that will provide a second entrance to the new school campus from the proposed Summerly subdivision.

With a median home price of $371,450, new construction and improvements all over town, and award-winning Williamson County Schools, it’s no wonder more people are starting to call Nolensville, Tenn., home! Contact me and I’ll show you what’s available in this great area!