See which neighborhoods have the nicest neighbors & the best Halloween candy. The locals’ favorite spots in Nashville to go trick-or-treating on Halloween.
We've lived in various parts of Williamson County since 2001. If you're new to the area, then you'll appreciate our tips, tricks, and fun facts for local residents -- including the best Franklin neighborhoods for trick or treating and our photos and facts about the historic Nashville flood of 2010. If you're thinking of moving here, we've got some things you'll want to know before packing your bags -- including specifics about Franklin neighborhoods and even some reasons to live in nearby Spring Hill TN instead.
Two of the suburbs south of Nashville (Franklin & Brentwood) are getting crowded. That’s why we moved to nearby Spring Hill just 12 miles south of Franklin.
The Nashville flood was unprecedented and the first of its kind for this area. The 2 days of constant rain and flooding which took place on May 1-2, 2010 in Nashville Tennessee broke all kinds of records
The fact is, if you live in Williamson County and move to a new home within Williamson County, you do indeed have to change your address with the Tennessee Department of Safety. Here’s how to do it, and why it was a big win for me to update and renew my drivers license online!
Henpeck Lane in Franklin, Tennessee offers a variety of housing developments for those seeking countryside living near plenty of modern conveniences. Here are details about Durham Manor, Summer Hill, and Belle Vista, among others.
From The Brownstones at First Avenue and Church Street, just a block away you’ll find the Downtown Square in Franklin, TN which contains a variety of dining establishments and numerous boutique shopping choices.
Just 3 miles west of historic Franklin’s downtown square on Highway 96, Westhaven explodes with a 1,500-acre master-planned community, mixed-use town center and private golf club.
I was excited to see how the Avalon neighborhood would turn out, because I’ve always had a fantasy of living in a castle, or at least a castle-like setting. One of the first signs of the development was the ‘castle’ on top of one of the hills which you can see from Cool Springs.
The first of three phases is now underway at Jamison Station, near the Franklin Factor. With a mixture of retail space, townhomes and condominium flats, Jamison Station will offer home buyers a unique urban/suburban lifestyle in Franklin, Tennessee.
Tucked behind the Williamson County Agricultural Expo Center off of Peytonsville Road and surrounded by farm land and hillside, The Highlands at Ladd Park is a new Franklin neighborhood that has the makings of a wonderful combination of spacious homes, beautiful views and opportunities to enjoy nature at its best. There is a lot to look forward to with this new subdivision going in on the south side of Franklin.
I have hard & fast proof that no one reads the newspaper anymore. Either that, or peer pressure has taken over in my neighborhood, and everyone seems to follow suit. Do you know when trash collection days are in your neighborhood?…
Virtually everywhere we’ve considered in Williamson County as a place to build our home, we’ve had to back out simply because they don’t offer high-speed Internet there. Who knew that in one of the wealthiest parts of Tennessee, there are so many people living with dial-up Internet service in this day and age?! That, or no Internet at all!
Tom Miller, the mayor of Franklin, Tennessee has mentioned his desire to provide wireless broadband Internet access for the entire town. This would make Franklin the first municipality in the state to offer citywide Wi-Fi.