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Join us for two Model Grand Openings at Nolen Mill

Categories: Events, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Nashville, New Community, Nolensville, Williamson County | Posted: September 17, 2018

Join us for two Model Grand Openings at Nolen Mill…

Thursday, Sept 27th

11am-1pm

Ribbon Cutting at 11:30am

103 Madison Mill Drive

Lunch served at 103 Madison Mill Drive

Dessert Served at 600 Weybridge Drive

Door prizes from local merchants

Click HERE for Flyer

Join us for a walk through our newest Villas at Weatherstone- KNOX

Categories: Events, Goodall Homes, Knoxville, Neighborhood, New Community, Subdivision, Villas | Posted: September 10, 2018

We’re in the finishing stages of many homes and would love to let you explore.

Realtors and home buyers are welcome.

Enjoy ice cream with us and stroll through a Goodall Home.

Wednesday, September 26

11am-1pm

The Villas at Weatherstone

10200 Autumn Valley Lane

Knoxville, TN

RSVP to carly.ponzurick@goodallhomes.com or 865.719.2306

Click HERE for Flyer

UT Extension of Sumner County: Come Learn & Grow with us class

Categories: Events, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Hendersonville, Millstone | Posted: September 6, 2018

UT Extension of Sumner County: Come Learn & Grow with Us Class

FREE Class- OPEN to the Public

Goodall Homes @ Millstone Community

Tuesday, September 20th @ 6:30pm

Town Center

447 Carriage House Lane

Hendersonville, TN 37075

 

Adults will learn about Maintaining Healthy Turf

Kids will enjoy Growing Succulents in containers

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Goodall Homes Lunch & Learn Event: Oak Ridge

Categories: Events, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Knoxville, Neighborhood, New Community, Single Family Home, Subdivision | Posted: August 31, 2018

Goodall Homes invites you to join us for a

Lunch & Learn

Tuesday September 18, 2018

12pm-1pm

Location: Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce

1400 Oak Ridge Turnpike

Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Door Prizes, Lunch, and MORE..

Download Flyer HERE

New Construction Home Inspection – Class

Categories: Events, Goodall Homes, Knoxville | Posted: August 20, 2018

New Construction Home Inspection

2 Hour CE Class with Jason Dillon of Home Inspection HQ

Thursday, August 23, 2018

11am-2pm

Fox Den Country Club

12284 N. Fox Den Drive

Knoxville, TN 37934

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Goodall Homes invites you to ‘Sunset Wine Tour’ – The Grove at Five Oaks

Categories: Davidson County, Events, Floorplan Highlight, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Lebanon, Nashville, New Community, New Floorplan, One Level Floorplan, The Grove at Five Oaks, Villas, Wilson County | Posted: August 20, 2018

Goodall Homes Invites you to join us

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

4pm-6pm

The Grove at Five Oaks

1000 Callaway Drive

Lebanon, TN 37087

Tour the ‘Move-in Ready’ and Upcoming Market Homes, Door Prizes, and more!!

RSVP to: shelby.arnold@goodallhomes.com / 615.440.3227

Click HERE for invite

 

Community gardens bring a little country to suburban neighborhoods

Categories: CSA, Davidson County, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Millstone, Neighborhood, New Community, Sumner County | Posted: July 23, 2018

( Bill Lewis. The Tennessean. Click HERE for full article.)

There’s nothing unusual about city folks moving to the country for the experience of growing their own food, but Jason Cloud took a different route. He moved to one of Nashville’s newest and largest subdivisions.

Along with his neighbors, Cloud grows a variety of vegetables, herbs and berries in the expansive community garden at Carothers Farms. The neighborhood, located on the Davidson County side of Nolensville, could eventually have 2,000 residences.

“As more people get involved, it will develop a little community of gardeners inside the community,” he said.

Across the region, community gardens are a hot amenity. Spring Hill’s newest subdivision, Harvest Point, will have one. Millstone, the established Goodall Homes neighborhood in Hendersonville, has an herb garden and orchard.

“Organic gardens and dog parks are one and two of the things people want,” said David McGowan, president of Regent Homes, which is developing Carothers Farms.

As backyards get smaller, it makes sense for neighbors to work together in a community garden, said Jen Lucy, director of sales for The Jones Co. The company is launching Harvest Point, on the Maury County side of Spring Hill, along with Regent Homes, Celebration Homes and Lennar Homes.

“People are looking for them for two reasons. It means they don’t have to take up room in their backyard, and it is a very fun thing to do as a hobby together with like-minded people. It gives such a great sense of community to have a fun area like that set aside just for a garden,” said Lucy.

Harvest Point and Carothers Farms also have dog parks and trails in addition to their community gardens.

Doug Herman, president of luxury home builder Legend Homes, lives in a Franklin neighborhood that started its own community garden several years ago. The company helped expand the garden by establishing additional raised beds for plants.

He and his wife are members of the garden and have their own space.

“It’s great to see neighbors working together,” said Herman. “It’s a gathering space.”

Millstone’s herb garden is next door to the town center, making it a point of activity for the community. Goodall Homes, the subdivision’s developer, also built an onsite farm stand. Each week, residents invite a local farmer to sell produce at a farmers market.

In Carothers Farms, residents are growing sunflowers, melons, tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables in the 44-by-90-foot organic garden. The community provides garden tools and a shed where they are stored. Rain barrels capture water for irrigation. There’s even an area for composting, said McGowan.

The garden is so popular that Regent plans to add more as the neighborhood grows, he said.

Meanwhile, Cloud was heading over to the garden to see what was ready for harvest.

“I’m going to have some radishes I planted,” he said.

“While homeowners are there, they can enjoy the walk through the herb garden and pick some herbs to go with their produce.  … Both the farm stand and herb garden offer a unique lifestyle catered to those who want to experience and learn about planting and growing,” said Jana Pastors, Goodall Homes’ community lifestyle director

The garden surrounds pergolas, benches, a swing and a fountain. Plants growing there this year include pineapple mint, Italian oregano, golden sage and more. Millstone’s orchard garden includes Golden Delicious apple trees.

All of the plants were recommended by the University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Service of Sumner County, which also offers free seminars for Millstone residents and their guests, said Pastors.

It’s “not just your everyday community garden. It’s an herb-orchard garden built around a lifestyle,” she said

Realtor Lunch & Learn- The Cottages at Valleybrook – Murfreesboro TN

Categories: Events, Murfreesboro, Nashville, Neighborhood, New Community, Rutherford County, Single Family Home, Valleybrook | Posted: July 17, 2018

Goodall Homes and Wilson Bank & Trust invite you to join us for a

Realtor Lunch & Learn- The Cottages at Valleybrook – Murfreesboro TN

Learn about our new Neighborhood in Rutherford County

Tuesday, July 31st

12pm-1pm

Wilson Bank & Trust Office

3110 Memorial Blvd Murfreesboro TN 37129

Catered Lunch and Door Prizes

RSVP to bduplechain@goodallhomes.com

Goodall Homes expands to Murfreesboro

Categories: Goodall Homes, Housing Market, Nashville, Nashville Area Homebuilder, Neighborhood, New Community | Posted: June 28, 2018

(JASON M. REYNOLDS. Murfreesboro Post Newspaper. Click HERE for full article.)

Goodall Homes, an award-winning home builder from Gallatin, has expanded to Murfreesboro.

“Murfreesboro is one of the fastest growing markets in the United States,” said Kelvey Benward, sales manager. “For over 30 years, we’ve built new homes in Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, Sumner and Robertson counties. We’re excited about the growth in Rutherford County and the opportunity to build new homes in Murfreesboro.”

In 2016, Clayton, one of America’s largest homebuilders, bought Goodall Homes. Goodall is the second site-built housing company to become part of Maryville-based Clayton, a subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. Clayton, through its site-building arm, Clayton Properties, entered the site-built housing market to expand its portfolio of housing options to homebuyers.

The company’s website says it has become the second largest homebuilder in Middle Tennessee. Its recognitions include multiple listings in the top 10 of Nashville Business Journal’s “Fastest Growing Private Companies” and the National Home Builder of the Year Award in 2014.

Locally, the company is working on The Cottages of Valleybrook. Construction of the Compton Road property started in April. The Raleigh floorplan model will be ready in September, and the first homeowners will move in by October, Benward said. The one-level courtyard cottages will sell from $239,000 to $280,475. Sizes are 1,411 to 2,107 square feet. Amenities include a pool with clubhouse, open space, sidewalks, landscaping package, two-car rear-entry garages and courtyard patios.

Goodall will start developing Laurelstone off Lascassas Pike in late fall or early winter. The cottages and villas will go on sale in spring 2019.

2018 Main Street Awards Winners, Finalists named – Stonebridge and Five Oaks Community Wilson County

Categories: Awards, Events, Five Oaks, Goodall Homes, Lebanon, Neighborhood, New Community, Realtor News, StoneBridge, Wilson County | Posted: June 25, 2018

(The Wilson Post. Click HERE for full article)

Main Street Media of Tennessee, which owns The Wilson Post, recently announced the Winners and Finalists for the 2018 Wilson County Main Street Awards.

More than 60,000 votes were cast in this year’s contest, and more than 370 Winners and Finalists were named in the categories of Local Flavor, Local Retail, Local Services and Local Community.

A complete list of Winners and Finalists is in the sidebar, as well as a link to photos of the Winners and Finalists who attended the Finalists’ Breakfast May 30 at Cumberland University’s Baird Chapel.

 

 

Finalist: Goodall Homes Stonebridge Community in Lebanon TN – Best Community/Neighborhood (Visit Community Online, Click HERE)

Finalist: Five Oaks Community in Lebanon TN- Best Community/Neighborhood (Visit Community Online, Click HERE)