A new Williamson County neighborhood, The Mill at Bond Springs, was announced Friday by developer Carbine & Associates, and the ground breaking for the first home in phase one is coming up soon, said James Carbine, company founder and president. This neighborhood will be located just outside the town of Thompson's Station.
“This will be a modern urban lifestyle community thoughtfully planned with 1 acre and larger home sites,” Carbine said. “There will be 55 total houses surrounded by pretty green space. The larger home site allows for more privacy while helping maintain the rural character of the area and offering home owners the chance to disengage.”
Carbine said there is definitely a shortage of new homes on an acre in the Middle Tennessee area, and this new neighborhood will help serve some of that demand as people continue to move to the Williamson County area for quality of life.
Carbine’s first home will be a modern farmhouse style and was designed by Binkley Architects. Ground is expected to be broken soon, and the home is scheduled for completion in early 2021.
The Mill at Bond Springs is zoned for Williamson County Schools — Bethesda Elementary, Thompson’s Station Middle and Summit High School. The neighborhood is convenient to Interstates 840 and 65 and shopping and restaurants in nearby Berry Farms.
For information on Carbine & Associates’ new homes, contact the exclusive agents for the project, Parks Realtors Beth Sturm and Kristen Carbine, at 615-351-0039, or visit CarbineNewHomes.com for more information.