Spring Hill, Tennessee Real Estate and Community Information

Spring Hill, Tennessee is a wonderful hometown located some 30 miles outside of Nashville. With a busy industrial sector, great schools and welcoming neighbors, this is definitely a desirable community. Contact Kim Day Shacklock if you'd like to know more about Spring Hill and the real estate opportunities featured here.

When Spring Hill was established in 1809, it's very unlikely that those early settlers pictured that their rustic community would one day be home to nearly 33,000 residents. In fact, the population has grown exponentially since 2000 when Spring Hill reached 7,115 residents. A wealth of well-constructed single-family dwellings is drawing even more people to the area. Good jobs are available here and in nearby Nashville. This means that residents can enjoy the best for their personal and professional lives by choosing Spring Hill as their new home.
Before the 19th century, the land where the city is now located was traversed only by Native Americans and wildlife. The earliest European settlers came from the East Coast of the new United States just after the turn of the 19th century. With ambitious plans, they quickly established churches, schools and shops. Agriculture was the main pursuit for most who settled here while others came here to provide essential services to the farmers. The community was small but thriving when the Civil War broke out. Both sides occupied the city at various points throughout the conflict, and a major battle was fought nearby. It's still possible to visit the site of the Battle of Spring Hill to get a better perspective on the area's fascinating history.

The aftermath of the Civil War brought difficult years for Spring Hill. Despite numerous fires and the ravages of tornadoes, the community managed to survive into the 20th century. Agriculture was still important in the area, but industrial operations were also helping the city grow. That growth has continued through today, with more people flocking to the community than ever before. It's easy to see why. The living in Spring Hill is definitely gracious, and anyone would be proud to call this community home.

Parks and Recreation

To further enhance the quality of life enjoyed by all residents, the city operates a number of parks and recreation facilities. The many parks are scattered throughout all parts of the community. Amenities include playgrounds, picnic areas and trails. Park users also enjoy sports fields, tennis courts and even a skate park. The Spring Hill Public Library serves as a center of information and education for all residents while the Winchester Community Facility is an ideal place for local groups to hold meetings and events.

Several sports leagues keep citizens of all ages active and healthy in every season. With the supplementation of the Williamson County Parks & Recreation Department, Spring Hill is able to offer a full menu of activities. The county operates the Longview Recreation Center in the city. Facilities include a gym, fitness classes, indoor and outdoor pools, a walking track and more.

Activities and Attractions

People who live in Spring Hill enjoy the rich history of the region by visiting sights like Rippavilla Plantation. The traditional home of the Cheairs family, the existing structure is more than 150 years old. It is a source of pride for all who live in the local area. Many people enjoy the guided, one-hour tours that delve into the history of the plantation. Special events are held here throughout the year, including the popular Vines & Vintage festival each October and the Swanky Plank Marketplace in July.

Found behind Rippavilla Plantation is the Tennessee Museum of Early Farm Life. This small but fascinating installation offers a unique glimpse into the way that early Spring Hill settlers worked and lived. Nearby Franklin boasts the interesting Carnton Plantation. Daily tours of the main structure are offered, and visitors are free to roam the grounds and outbuildings on their own. Franklin's Carter House is similarly available for guided tours.

Locals love shopping at the Crossings of Spring Hill, an upscale retail center offering plenty of stores, restaurants and services. People hunting for antiques won't want to miss the excellent Spring Hill Antique Mall. It's one of the best places in the region to find the unique and unusual.

An excellent golf course is located in Spring Hill. Known as King's Creek Golf Club, the course was designed by Arnold Palmer. Membership here is a must for any avid fan of the game. Other courses are found in nearby Franklin. Forrest Crossing, Westhaven Golf Club, Vanderbilt Legends Club and more are all just a short drive from the center of Spring Hill.


Spring Hill boasts excellent public schools. Because the community stretches into Maury and Williamson Counties children may attend school in either of these county's school districts. Both systems offer wonderful educational opportunities with small class sizes, good teachers and many opportunities for students to learn with cutting-edge technologies. Parents can rest assured that their children will get the best possible start while growing up in this community. Two private schools, Columbia Academy and Spring Hill Academy, serve as solid academic alternatives.


New arrivals in Spring Hill will quickly discover that it's a seriously festive community. One of the most popular and well-attended local events in the Country Ham Festival that occurs each fall. At this eclectic event it's possible to enter a hog calling contest, take a ride in a hot air balloon or a monster truck and listen to fantastic live music. There's also plenty of food, arts and crafts booths and more. The city also hosts an Art Walk and a Christmas parade at different points throughout the year.


Spring Hill is quite simply a wonderful place to live, work and play. If you'd like to know more about the gorgeous homes that are available in this community, contact Kim Day Shacklock to get the most up-to-date information.
Kim Shacklock
Kim Shacklock
Realtor, CRS, ABR, ASP
8119 Isabella Lane Ste 105 Brentwood TN 37027