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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

Click Here for Flyer

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

Sumner real estate: Durham Farms, Millstone come alive in the summer

Categories: Community Service, CSA, Events, Gallatin, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Millstone, New Community, Sumner County, The Tennessean | Posted: June 4, 2018

(Article Click HERE, Special to Nashville Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK — TENNESSEE)

Home is where the heart is, as the old saying goes, but this summer in two Hendersonville “lifestyle” neighborhoods, it’s also where you can listen to an outdoor concert or learn how to grow herbs and veggies and sample produce grown by local farmers.

“Have fun, get out of the house, and celebrate summer,” said Lacey Edwards, lifestyle director at Durham Farms.

The public is invited to attend upcoming concerts at Durham Farms and agriculture classes at Millstone that will be taught by experts from the University of Tennessee Extension Service. The events are free.

Durham Farms’ summer concert series continues June 2 in one of the pocket parks in the subdivision, located on Drakes Creek Road between Vietnam Veterans Boulevard and Long Hollow Pike. Food trucks, including Cousins Maine Lobster, will be on hand. There will be a petting zoo and a bounce house for kids.

On June 23 another concert will celebrate the grand opening of the community center, named The Farmhouse, which includes a fitness center, a pool, a café and a WiFi hub. It will host community events like happy hours.

At Millstone, being developed by Goodall Homes off Saundersville Road, agriculture experts from the extension service will answer questions about tomato gardens. They’ll also help kids plant tomatoes and peppers, said Jana Pastors, community lifestyle director.

The class is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on June 14, she said.

“Agriculture classes fit the lifestyle and the theme” of Millstone, which is designed around an outdoors lifestyle, said Pastors.

‘The kids are running, the adults are relaxing’

On July 24, adults will discuss canning and freezing produce while kids learn about planting seeds and flowers. On Aug. 28, adults will learn about maintaining healthy turf while kids learn how to grow succulents in containers. Classes begin at 6:30 p.m.

“Back in the day, canning was very popular. Now it’s popular again,” said Pastors.

The classes will be held at Millstone’s farm stand, next to the community center. That’s the place where local farmers are periodically invited to offer samples of their produce.

At Durham Farms, other events planned this summer include movie nights and kids’ parties with paint ball and ice cream.

“The kids are running around and the adults are relaxing,” said Edwards.

Hosting concerts and giving local artists a chance to perform makes sense for a neighborhood in Hendersonville, with its rich music industry heritage, said Edwards.

“Live music attracts so many people,” she said.

Durham Farms and Millstone are among a handful of Nashville-area communities with professional lifestyle directors. Others include Goodall Homes’ StoneBridge subdivision in Lebanon and the Waters Edge neighborhood in Franklin, where Pastors plans community activities.

Westhaven the master-planned community in Franklin, and Southern Springs, the new Del Webb active adult community in Spring Hill, also have lifestyle directors.

Durham Farms will eventually have 1,000 homes. Millstone will have 614 homes, including single-family houses, cottage homes, villas and townhomes.

Millstone Community to host UT Ag Classes: Open to the Public

Categories: Community Service, Events, Gallatin, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Hendersonville, Millstone, Subdivision, Sumner County | Posted: June 1, 2018

COME LEARN & GROW with US!

Goodall Homes, Millstone Community, and UT Extension Instutute of Argiculture Sumner County

would like to invite you to join us for first UT Ag Class at Millstone of the season.

June 14th, 2018 at 6:30pm

Millstone Community Town Center

447 Carriage House Lane Hendersonville, TN 37075

(Directions visit: click HERE)

Adults will enjoy a UT Ag Presentation on Tomato Diseases and Disorders

Kids will enjoy planting their own container tomatoes or peppers

Classes are FREE to the Public.

RSVP Today to jpastors@goodallhomes.com

Sponsored by Goodall Homes

 

‘FALL FUN’ Come learn and GROW with us – UT Ag Class

Categories: CSA, Events, Goodall Homes, Millstone, Sumner County | Posted: September 20, 2017

Come learn & grow with us at Millstone in Hendersonville!

We are proud to announce that Goodall Homes is teaming up with the UT Extension of Sumner County to learn about FALL FUN!

A family-friendly event, this fun experience is perfect for teaching the family about what FALL will bring.

Kids will have a fun Pumpkin Night, while touring the onsite herb garden at Millstone.

Adults will learn about Fall Lawn Maintenance.

RSVP & Details

Sponsored by Goodall Homes and Piedmont Natural Gas, the “Fall FUN” class will be on Thursday October 6th, at 6:00 P.M.

The class will take place in the Millstone Town Center at 447 Carriage House Lane in Hendersonville, TN.

Please e-mail jpastors@goodallhomes.com to R.S.V.P. for this event.

DOWNLOAD Flyer HERE

A gateway to the University of Tennessee, UT Extension offers educational programs and information throughout each county in Tennessee. Goodall Homes is proud to join them on their educational efforts.

We hope to see you there!

Neighborhoods reel in residents with full schedule of social events

Categories: Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Millstone, StoneBridge, Williamson County, Wilson County | Posted: May 16, 2017

(Bill Lewis , The Tennessean- Click HERE for Full Article)

When Judy and Jack Dickson bought their home in the new Durham Farms subdivision in Hendersonville, they got more than a house. They now have a lifestyle director who plans events and manages a social schedule for all the residents.

“All the activities and events. The thought of it drew us in,” said Judy Dickson.

Durham Farms is one of a growing number of neighborhoods in the region where community events and the residents’ social calendar are professionally managed.

“I say I’m a cruise director without the water,” said Lacey Edwards, the lifestyle director for Durham Farms.

Residents have only begun moving into Durham Farms but Edwards has already coordinated events including an Oktoberfest party, cooking classes, holiday parties, health screenings and other activities while homeowners wait for their houses to be finished. She’s planning movies on the lawn, concerts and festivals.

Judy Dickson described herself and her husband as empty nesters who are enjoying “a fresh start” at Durham Farms. They moved in late April from an established neighborhood in nearby Gallatin.

“If you feel connected to your neighborhood, it adds value,” she said.

Durham Farms, located on Drakes Creek Road between Vietnam Veterans Boulevard and Long Hollow Pike, will have more than 1,000 homes on 472 acres.

Lifestyle Director Angel Keefer has already organized social activities, parties and outings. Next will come “yappy hour” gatherings at the dog park and book, card and wine clubs and other activities.

“It’s like living in a country club,” said Keefer.

Southern Springs will have at least 600 homes on more than 300 acres on Kedron Road. Interstate 65 and Saturn Parkway are nearby. Del Webb also developed Lake Providence in Mt. Juliet and operates active-adult communities across the country.

“The reason (residents) move to these communities is to be involved in an active lifestyle,” said Keefer.

Jana Pastors, lifestyle director for Goodall Homes at the StoneBridge subdivision in Lebanon and the new Millstone subdivision in Hendersonville, said Nashville’s strong economy is attracting new residents who are not familiar with the area. Having someone in her position helps them connect with their surroundings, from getting to know their neighbors to meeting public officials.

“They wonder, ‘Where do I start?’ ” said Pastors. “People love having a community within a community.”

Examples of events include the twice-a-year community-wide yard sale at StoneBridge. At Millstone, which has a community herb garden, the University of Tennessee agricultural extension office of Sumner County has taught classes on vegetable gardening.

In other neighborhoods, residents might have to drive across town to attend such a class, said Pastors.

“That’s why we decided to offer it to you in your backyard, as a lifestyle,” she said.

When the clubhouse opens in the Waters Edge neighborhood in Franklin, Pastors will become that community’s lifestyle director, as well.

In Franklin’s Westhaven neighborhood, Amy Law has been the lifestyle director for 13 years. Her first event was hosting a coffee on the porch of the sales building.

“That began the culture and the tradition,” she said.

Today the community has dozens of events and clubs. On June 17, the annual Porchfest will turn front porches into stages for musicians and streets will become art galleries. Other annual events include the Whiskey Warmer bourbon tasting event and the Franklin Hot Air Balloon Festival. Westhaven University holds classes on subjects ranging from Civil War history to self-defense.

“It probably seals the deal for a lot of people, the built-in community. It definitely adds value,” said Law.

Goodall Homes Markets to all Generations

Categories: Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Hendersonville, Millstone, Neighborhood, New Community, New Homes Nashville Area, Realtor News, Subdivision, Sumner County | Posted: January 25, 2016

(Goodall Homes’ Millstone neighborhood was featured in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue of Builder and Developer magazine.  It was written by Genevieve Smith.  Click here for the full article.)

Magazine-for-Millstone-8-of-8-copyWith farm-inspired design and above industry standard energy efficiency, Millstone attracts buyers ranging from young families to active adults

By Genevieve Smith

Photography by Derek Darmstaedter

Millstone in Hendersonville is the largest new development in the Nashville area located 20 miles northeast of the center of downtown Nashville, Tenn. As builder Goodall Homes proclaims on its website, the community is “just far enough away from the hustle and bustle, yet in close proximity to schools, shopping, entertainment, and multiple amenities that support active family lifestyles.”

The community opened this year with 45 homes already sold as of December, and Millstone will have 614 homes upon completion. Goodall Homes expects that the community to be completed in 8-10 years, which puts its estimated time of completion between 2023 at earliest and 2025 at the most conservative.

When completed, the 614 homes of the master-planned community will consist of 420 single family detached houses and 194 villas, cottage homes, and town homes aiming to be the “true heart of life in middle Tennessee.” With farm-inspired design and resident-oriented programming, Millstone aims to entice first-time homebuyers, young families, career professionals, and active adults alike to put down roots.

At the core of the community will be the amenity area with the Town Center clubhouse as its anchor. Millstone’s amenity area will offer residents a variety of recreation options, including a farm stand, resort-style pool, fitness center, and playground.

Much of the amenity area is designed to create a welcoming environment for outdoor living. Incorporating the beauty of the surrounding area, the natural community lake has walking trails that connect to sidewalks throughout the community. Goodall Homes designed The Farm Stand to cater to residents of Millstone and the surrounding areas alike by housing a weekly farmer’s market, providing the area’s residents with fresh produce as well as a place to do commerce for local farmers and vendors.

In addition to the farmer’s market, this indoor/outdoor space will also be used as the neighborhood CSA(Community Shared Agriculture) pickup, outdoor workshops, and live music on special occasions. “This will be a great addition for the local residents and serve as a place where students will attend field trips and learn more about agriculture from the University of Tennessee’s master gardeners,” according to Rachael Overall, director of marketing at Goodall Homes. The community builder plans to partner with the University of Tennessee’s Agriculture Extension program to build and maintain the community’s herb garden and courtyard.

Whether buying single-family detached or one-level attached cottages, floor plans at Millstone exceed 1,500 square feet and can reach more than 3,800 square feet. Some plans offer the luxury of walk-in pantries, sunrooms, gourmet kitchens, and covered patios. Many, like the Lexington model, have the option of an extra bedroom with full extra bathroom in place of a bonus room, or a second master suite in lieu of a bonus room like the Jefferson model.

Exterior options for different plans vary but include front elevations like French Country, Tudor, or Victorian. Some, like the Lexington, also offer different roofline options with a choice between a cottage-style hip and valley roof or a more traditional side-gabled roofline featured in the Homestead option.

Not satisfied with simply providing green produce to their community, Goodall Homes has taken several steps to ensure the homes at Millstone exceed industry standards for energy efficiency. “Goodall Homes is committed to helping homeowners take control of energy costs,” said Overall. By partnering with LP® Building Products and using LP® Techshield® as a standard, houses built by Goodall Homes have a lower attic temperature by up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, thus reducing air conditioning costs.

Another feature that helps keep Goodall Homes energy-efficient is the above-standard insulation used. “More than 90 percent of homes are under-insulated. Goodall Homes uses R49 insulation, which is almost four inches more insulation than the industry-standard R38 insulation. More insulation helps save money on energy bills and increases comfort within a home,” said Overall. Other green features such as Energy Star® caulking, low-E windows, and CFL lighting allow Goodall Homes to save homeowners several hundred dollars per year on utility bills and let their customers breathe easier with the knowledge that their home is as good for their wallet as it is for their family.

Goodall Homes has been building since 1983, and has been the recipient of national and local awards. The builder has received awards several times in previous years, notably making the Nashville Business Journal’s list of the Top 10 Fastest Growing Companies for the last four consecutive years. They have also been recognized as one of Tennessee’s Top Workplaces from 2012-2015 by The Tennessean and they won the 2016 National Housing Quality Silver award.

The highly-decorated builder is now working on exciting new floor plans to introduce in 2016, and will continue to offer one-level living homes. “Goodall Homes is proud to be the only builder in middle Tennessee who specializes in one level living homes in many of our floor plans,” said Overall. The one level living homes, like many of those at Millstone, offer features that make a home easy to live in and visit for all seasons of life, and all within easy reach of vibrant Nashville.

Hendersonville is part of Sumner County and the Nashville MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area), an area that has grown by nearly half a million people since 2000 and supports a vigorously growing job market. In fact, it is one of the fastest growing in the nation; Nashville is already almost as populous as Boston, and is set to surpass Memphis as the most populous city in Tennessee if not this year, then in the next two years.

Hendersonville is part of these fast growing communities in Tennessee, and attributes its rapid growth to geographic location and scenic beauty. Millstone is set to provide new residents with the best of both the city and country life has to offer,“ said Overall. “As the Nashville market continues to flourish, we are making plans to expand into additional submarkets within the Nashville MSA.” But in Hendersonville, a city that encompasses 38 square miles of land and 26 square miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake, residents might never guess their proximity to a bustling city like Nashville, until they want to.

 

 

 

Goodall realtor keeps focus on customer

Categories: Employee News, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Millstone, Nashville Area Homebuilder, New Homes Nashville Area, Realtor News, Subdivision, Sumner County, Team | Posted: January 18, 2016

(Bill Lewis at The Tennessean highlighted our own Tammy Chambers on January 15, 2016–for full article, click here.)

Tammy

Tammy Chambers, Realtor

Goodall Homes

393 Maple St., Ste. 100, Gallatin 37066

615-448-8929

www.goodallhomes.com

Years the company has been in the home building business: 32. Years I have been in the industry: 9.

Describe the company and explain what makes it unique. How did you become involved in real estate? My father is a retired builder from White House, Tenn. I have been around new construction most of my life.

Goodall Homes was building in White House at the time I was interested in selling new home construction. I met Todd Reynolds, a VP with Goodall, and called him weekly until he hired me. Todd brought me  on board as a new home consultant and his first new hire in July 2007.

The culture of Goodall Homes is amazing — the focus is customer based, delivering homes with integrity and care. Throughout the years, I’ve been asked to sell and manage communities as if they were my own business. This type of culture has taught me to become the business woman I am today.

I have a voice, ideas are welcomed. Additionally, I have learned how to make decisions and our management provides the tools I need to be successful both professionally and personally. The Goodall family and the management team have created an environment that allows us to truly take care of homeowners, which makes our sales team very proud.

Where in the Nashville region are you active? Sumner County. Since 2007, I have sold new home construction in multiple communities. I am a member of Sumner Association of Realtors (SAR) where I have served on committees and also as a chairman.

Goodall Homes’ culture showed me that giving back to our community is one of the greatest blessings. Goodall Homes also sets a good leadership example emphasizing the importance of serving in our industry. In 2013, I served on the board of directors for the Sumner Association of Realtors, as first vice president 2014 and president elect 2015. This year I will serve as the 2016 president.

I am honored to have been a recipient of the Home Builders of Middle Tennessee Sales Person of the Year award in 2014 as well as the Realtor of the Year for SAR for 2014. There were many individuals at Goodall Homes that helped make this possible. It has truly been a team effort that has led to my success in the real estate industry.

When selling a home, what can the owner do to maximize its value? The top three things I recommend to someone placing their home on the market are: home inspection, staging and de-cluttering. Prior to listing the home, have a home inspection for any repairs needed. Staging a home will help deliver the best first impression to a potential buyer. Last, de-clutter your home. Less is better when selling a home.

What advice do you have for clients who are preparing to buy a home? What steps should they take? Contact a real estate professional who can do all the work for you.

Once you have hired a Realtor, he/she will set up showings and gather information on the area. If you have a home to sell, your real estate agent can advise you on how to prepare your home to maximize the selling price.

How is technology changing the way people buy and sell houses? The Internet has definitely changed the way people buy and sell homes. Today’s buyer is looking for information prior to onsite showings. Customer service starts on your website by quick response time, accurate information, photos, virtual tours and area information.

Now when they call you, most likely they have conducted research from your website and they are excited and are ready to view the property.

What features are the most popular with today’s buyers? One-level, open floor plans are in big demand. Baby boomers are downsizing and want one-level living with high-end finishes.

Additionally, granite, hardwoods and crown molding are popular. Customers also are looking for energy saving features. This starts with the construction of the house. For instance, insulation, electrical, appliances and plumbing all play a roll in providing energy efficiency.

Goodall Homes builds all homes to above industry standards to maximize energy efficiency, which helps lower energy costs for homeowners. Goodall Homes’ Carellton and StoneBridge communities feature an energy room that educates buyers on how we provide energy efficiency when building each home.

What is the hallmark of the service you provide to your clients? Listening to them. Everyone is buying or selling for some form of life change. People do not care how much you know until they know how much you care.

In order to truly provide good service, you have to understand your client’s wants, needs and why they want to make a change.

Sumner County Offers Good Life for Less

Categories: Gallatin, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Millstone, Neighborhood, New Community, Realtor News, Sumner County | Posted: December 8, 2015

(This article was posted on December 3rd by The Tennessean, and was written by Bill Lewis.  For the full article, click here.)

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Ali and Mike Oxley considered buying a new house in Williamson County, but then they found a home with the same floor plan in Sumner County for tens of thousands of dollars less.

The Oxleys were the first owners to move into a new single-family home in Millstone, the new Hendersonville subdivision being developed by Goodall Homes.

“Our home would probably have cost 30 percent more in Franklin. It’s ridiculous to pay more for what you want,” Ali Oxley said.

Builders are counting on thousands of home buyers to discover Sumner County. Goodall has plans for 614 homes in Millstone. Prices start at $279,900. Durham Farms, the Hendersonville neighborhood being launched by Texas-based Freehold Communities, will have 1,100 homes with prices expected to start in the mid to upper $200,000s.

Homes in phase one of Durham Farms will be built by Lennar Homes, David Weekley Homes, Drees Homes and Celebration Homes. The neighborhood’s grand opening is expected to be held next spring.

In Gallatin, Ole South, one of the region’s largest builders, offers homes in several subdivisions, including Stratford Park and Cairo Estates, where prices start in the $160,000s, and Fairway Farms, with prices beginning in the high $200,000s.

“Sumner County is getting more magnetic every day,” Ole South Vice President Trey Lewis said.

Same qualities for less

“We see a lot of people shopping Rutherford, Williamson and Sumner counties. A lot of people are considering all three,” he said.

Goodall Homes Vice President Todd Reynolds said buyers are attracted by Sumner County’s combination of good schools, a strong economy and job growth, a lifestyle that includes golf courses and Old Hickory Lake, reasonably quick commutes and affordability.

“It’s like the perfect storm. It’s like all of the pieces of the puzzle are coming together at once,” he said.

Goodall’s sales are strong in Thompson’s Station, Nolensville and Franklin in Williamson County, but the company now sells more homes in Sumner County, where it builds in neighborhoods including Millstone, Carellton, Elk Acres, Foxland Harbor, the Retreat at Fairvue and Lenox Place, a community for buyers 55 and older, he said.

One reason for Sumner County’s popularity is price. Soaring lot costs are driving up home prices throughout Williamson County, but building sites and homes are more affordable in Sumner County, Reynolds said.

A townhome that Goodall builds for $350,000 in Franklin can be purchased in Millstone for $225,000, he said. “The same, exact townhome,” Reynolds said. “People are realizing there are choices out there.”

A place to put down roots

Sumner County’s growing population is creating demand for new neighborhoods like Durham Farms, said Suzanne Maddalon, vice president of Freehold Communities. The population, which the U.S. Census Bureau estimated at 172,706 in 2014, has grown about 25 percent since 2000.

Many of those new residents will commute to Nashville on Interstate 65 or Highway 31 East. But Maddalon said others will be employed locally by companies including Beretta USA. The firearms manufacturer relocated to Gallatin, where it will operate a $45 million manufacturing and R&D facility that is expected to create 300 jobs.

“Freehold Communities believes that Hendersonville provides an excellent location for a new home community due to the top-performing schools, the access to Old Hickory Lake, the expansive trail and park systems, which allows for a healthier lifestyle, as well as the proximity to downtown Nashville and all the city has to offer,” Maddalon said.

Durham Farms is expected to attract move-down empty nesters as well as young, move-up families. In addition to its 1,100 homes, the community will feature a recreation-amenity center called The Farmhouse with more than 5,200 square feet of space.

The Farmhouse will include a state-of-the-art fitness facility complete with a group fitness room, The Hub Wi-fi Cafe, a resort-style pool and splash pad for children, a great lawn for community events, a natural “playscape” tot lot, and a full-time social and activities director. In addition, the neighborhood will feature 3 miles of walking trails and several pocket parks.

The Oxleys, who moved from Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood, see Hendersonville as the place where they want to start their family.

“We really want to put roots down,” said Ali Oxley.

Reach Bill Lewis at 615-262-5862 or wlewis77229@comcast.net.

Millstone grand opening was a huge success

Categories: Events, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Hendersonville, Millstone, Neighborhood, New Community, Realtor News | Posted: October 26, 2015

MS Grand Opening ToddThe Grand Opening for our new community Millstone in Hendersonville was absolutely wonderful! Guests were able to experience the lifestyle vision of Millstone. There was southern food by Chef’s Market, Farm Fresh produce from Lester Farms, elegant farm style table décor, Bluegrass music, and more!

A very special “THANK YOU!” to our sponsors who helped make this event possible – Smith Sholar Milliken, Wilson Bank & Trust, James Hardie, and Piedmont Natural Gas!

Check out some of the pictures HERE! To learn more about this community, visit www.goodallhomes.com/millstone