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Broker Event: Casino Night at Durham Farms Oct 25th 4pm-7pm- Hendersonville

Categories: Davidson County, Events, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Nashville Area Homebuilder, Neighborhood, New Community, Sumner County | Posted: October 17, 2018

Durham Farms invites you to

Broker Event: Casino Night

Oct 25th, 2018

4pm-7pm

at the Farmhouse

351 Azalea Circle Hendersonville TN 37075

Free Food & Drinks. $1000’s in prizes! Craps Table, Blackjack Table & Roulette.

Click HERE for Flyer

 

Goodall Homes Invites you to join us for Wine & Cheese on October 9th 4pm-6pm – Millstone

Categories: Davidson County, Events, Gallatin, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Nashville, Nashville Area Homebuilder, Neighborhood, New Community, New Floorplan, New Homes Nashville Area, One Level Floorplan, Single Family Home, Subdivision, Sumner County | Posted: October 4, 2018

Goodall Homes Invites you to join us for

Wine & Cheese

October 9th 4pm-6pm

Millstone Community

447 Carriage House Lane

Hendersonville, TN 37075

GET INFO on the new phase

Pumpkin & Mum Giveaway

RSVP to Amanda Hardin ( ahardin@goodallhomes.com or 615.440.3227)

Click HERE for Flyer

 

Goodall Homes invites you to Join Us at Summerlin for a Realtor Luncheon – October 5th 11am-1pm

Categories: Davidson County, Events, Gallatin, Goodall Homes, Hendersonville, Nashville, Neighborhood, New Community, New Floorplan, New Homes Nashville Area, Single Family Home, Sumner County, White House | Posted: October 2, 2018

Goodall Homes invites you to

Join Us at Summerlin Community

for a Realtor Luncheon

October 5th, 11am-1pm

Get info on what’s new and upcoming

Pumpkin & Mum Giveaway

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

 

Summerlin Model Grand Opening Event

Categories: Events, Goodall News, Neighborhood, New Community, Single Family Home, Subdivision, Sumner County | Posted: March 14, 2018

Goodall Homes invites you to join us at

Summerlin

for the Model Grand Opening

Enjoy lunch on us and tour the New Model Home

Tuesday, March 20th

11:30am-1:30pm

Ribbon Cutting at 11:30

119 Telavera Drive White House, TN 37188

 

Realtor Lunch & Learn – Sumner County March 6th

Categories: Events, Gallatin, Gallatin Chamber of Commerce, Goodall Homes, Goodall News, Nashville, Neighborhood, New Community, Realtor News, Single Family Home, Sumner County | Posted: February 20, 2018

Goodall Homes and Acopia Home Loans invite you to join us for a

Realtor Lunch & Learn- Sumner County

Learn about new Neighborhoods in Sumner County

Tuesday, March 6th

11:30am-12:30pm

The Club at Fairvue Plantation

981 Plantation Blvd Gallatin, TN 37066

Catered Lunch and Door Prizes

RSVP to jpastors@goodallhomes.com

‘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!

Goodall Homes 2016 Realtor of the Year and Top Selling Agent for Sumner Co

Categories: Awards, Sumner County | Posted: May 5, 2017

(Published on Goodall Homes Facebook Page. Click HERE for full Video)

Congratulations to Marcus Heflin of Keller Williams for being named Goodall Homes 2016 Realtor of the Year and Top Selling Agent for Sumner Co!

REALTOR OF THE YEAR!!!!

#GoodallHomes #TheHeflinTeam
#TheStrongestNameInRealEstate

Keller Williams Realty
615-758-8886

To view the Video, please visit our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GoodallHomes/posts/10154474694186500

Click HERE