Spring Hill, TN Homes for Sale

Rather than try to be all things to all people, Spring Hill embraces its role as a sanctuary for families in the Nashville Metro area. At the turn of the 21st Century, Spring Hill was barely a footnote on the Nashville real estate scene. As families started to get word of this affordable haven just south of Franklin and neighboring Thompson’s Station, though, Spring Hill became the next big thing in suburban Nashville real estate. Over the past two decades, Spring Hill has more than quintupled in size to become the 27,039 person community it is today. Spring Hill is split between Williamson County and Maury County. When searching for the perfect home in Spring Hill, this is an important distinction and will determine important factors such as school district, home prices, and county taxes.

About Spring Hill, Tennessee

How's the Spring Hill real estate market?

The Spring Hill housing market has evolved to accommodate the exponential interest with an influx of new construction single family homes for sale. Three of every four Spring Hill homes were built in the last 20 years—an almost unheard-of ratio—and over 80% of the dwellings are single family homes. Spring Hill has managed to handle this development without home prices elevating to unreasonable levels. The average price of a Spring Hill home over last year has been $340,000, with an average price per square foot of $157. That’s pretty standard for the Nashville metro market and encouraging considering the influx of residents. Part of the reason for this is that, despite the last two decades of nearly constant new construction homes for sale, builders in Spring Hill are staying busy with new construction homes and condos. To get an accurate home valuation estimate, use our Spring Hill home value calculator.

Why are homes in Spring Hill a good investment?

The Spring Hill community puts a premium on homeownership. The vast majority of Spring Hill residents are white collar professionals who own their homes, and the fulfillment of this condition of the American Dream is part of the town’s promise. Ultimately, its stewardship of the American Dream is what makes Spring Hill such a valuable community. Low crime rates, good schools, and highly educated residents combine to deliver that small-town family life without ever having to leave the Nashville sphere.

What are things to do in Spring Hill?

Spring Hill’s family friendly atmosphere is filled with historical and recreational activities. The Rippavilla Plantation is a historical site on nearly 100 acres where the Battle of Spring Hill was fought during the Civil War. Spring Hill is also home to numerous parks. Evans Park in particular has a playground, baseball field, and dog park. The Longview Recreation Center continues the family friendly theme with something for everyone from an indoor/outdoor pool to racquetball courts and even a wellness center. If shopping is more your style, The Crossings of Spring Hill is a popular outdoor mall that has over 94 stores.

How's the job market in Spring Hill?

The median household income in Spring Hill is $72,557 and the average household income in Spring Hill is $80,496. Spring Hill’s population is 27,039 of which 15.86% of people work in Healthcare, 12.51% of people work in Retail, and 8% of people work in Professional. Furthermore, of the residents in Spring Hill, 22.44% hold a Highschool diploma, 25.25% hold a Bachelor's degree, and 9.06% hold a Graduate degree.

How are the schools in Spring Hill?

Spring Hill Elementary Schools

  • A
    Longview Elementary School
    School District

    Williamson County School District

    Rating

    A

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    775

    # of Teachers

    48

    Student Teacher Ratio

    16:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,592

  • A-
    Chapman's Retreat Elementary School
    School District

    Williamson County School District

    Rating

    A-

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    753

    # of Teachers

    48

    Student Teacher Ratio

    16:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,592

  • B
    Marvin Wright Elementary School
    School District

    Maury County School District

    Rating

    B

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    571

    # of Teachers

    39

    Student Teacher Ratio

    15:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,754

  • A-
    Allendale Elementary School
    School District

    Williamson County School District

    Rating

    A-

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    804

    # of Teachers

    49

    Student Teacher Ratio

    17:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,592

  • B
    Spring Hill Elementary School
    School District

    Maury County School District

    Rating

    B

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    558

    # of Teachers

    37

    Student Teacher Ratio

    15:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,754

Spring Hill Middle Schools

  • C+
    Spring Hill Middle School
    School District

    Maury County School District

    Rating

    C+

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    768

    # of Teachers

    40

    Student Teacher Ratio

    19:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,754

  • A
    Spring Station Middle School
    School District

    Williamson County School District

    Rating

    A

    Advanced Placement

    N/A

    # of Students

    1069

    # of Teachers

    59

    Student Teacher Ratio

    18:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,592

Spring Hill High Schools

  • A-
    Summit High School
    School District

    Williamson County School District

    Rating

    A-

    Advanced Placement

    # of Students

    1202

    # of Teachers

    68

    Student Teacher Ratio

    18:1

    Expenditure per Child

    $7,592

How's the cost of living in Spring Hill?

Overall, Spring Hill’s cost of living is 3.90% more expensive than the national average. This is broken down further by the following cost of living factors:

  • In Spring Hill education costs 8.90% more than the national average.
  • In Spring Hill entertainment costs 5.40% more than the national average.
  • In Spring Hill food costs 1.5% more than the national average.
  • In Spring Hill utilities costs 3.60% less than the national average.
  • In Spring Hill healthcare costs 9% less than the national average.

Is there a lot of crime in Spring Hill?

In the past year in Spring Hill there were 58% less assaults, 60% less burglaries, 52% less robberies, 76% less vehicle thefts compared to the national median.

Who is the most active real estate agent in Spring Hill?

There are currently 192 real estate agents who serve the Spring Hill market. The most active real estate agent in Spring Hill by number of sold listings is Vicky Crigger with 66 sold listings in the past 12 months. To see a list of the top realtors in Spring Hill, use our real estate agent rankings tool.

Spring Hill estate listings & homes for sale trends

There are currently 51 active listings in Spring Hill. Sold homes in Spring Hill took an average of 91 days to sell. The average listing price in Spring Hill is $354,668 and the average sales price is $353,398 resulting in a sales-to-list ratio of 99.64%. At Felix Homes, our new listings in Spring Hill are updated every 2 minutes so you can see new homes in Spring Hill as soon as they come on the market.

Nearby cities to Spring Hill

Nearby zip codes to Spring Hill

What are popular subdivisions in Spring Hill

Arbors

Arbors at Autumn Ridge

Augusta Place

Autumn Ridge

Baker Springs

Belshire

Benevento

Benevento East

Bethesda

Brixworth

Buckner Crossing

Burtonwood

Campbell Station

Candlewood

Chapmans Crossing

Chapmans Retreat

Cherry Grove

Cochran Trace

Copper Ridge

Crossing At Wades Grove

Crowne Pointe

Dakota Pointe

Dartford

Firefly Farms

Gables at Wakefield

Glennmont

Hamptons At Campbell Station

Haynes Crossing

Highlands At Campbell Station

Lexington Farms

Petra Commons

Pipkin Hills

Port Royal Estates

Ridgeport

Shannon Glen

Shirebrook

Spring Hill Est

Spring Hill Place

Spring Meadow

Tanyard Springs

Wades Grove

Wakefield

Willowvale At Harvey Spring

Willowvale

Windstead Manor

Witt Hill

Woodside

Wyngate

Abbington Downs

Alice Springs

Autumn Ridge

Bellagio Villas

Churchill Estates

Cobblestone

Crooked Creek

Dartford

Deerfield

Del Webb Southern Springs

Derryberry Estates

Enclave at Brandon Woods

Fairway Estates

Glen Oaks

Golf View Estates

Greens Mill Place

Hampton Springs

Hampton Springs Townhomes

Hardins Landing

Harvest Point

Haynes Crossing

Hidden Valley

Hunters Pointe

Kings Creek

Lakeview Estates

Laurels At Town Center

Mathis Valley

Meadowbrook

Meadows Of Spring Hill

Oak Lake

Oak Lake Estates

Reserve At Port Royal

Royalton Woods

Rutherford Creek Acres

Rutherford Downs

Sawgrass

Somerset Springs Townhomes

Southern Springs

Spring Haven

Stonegate

Summer Meadows

The Cove

Town Center

Villas At Meadowbrook

Whispering Woods

Williams Park

Winter Park

Woodland Trace

Woodland Trace Villas

Woodlands At Spring Hill

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