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Stream Valley cuts ribbon on 60 new lots near Goose Creek Bypass

Tennessee Contractors, Inc. President John Ring; City of Franklin Mayor Ken Moore; Tower Investments, LLC Senior Vice President Alex Marks; Tennessee Contractors Vice President Tyler Ring; and Ryan Homes Regional Vice President Kent Eshleman. Photo by Brandy Blanton.

Stream Valley recently cut the ribbon on the fourth and fifth phases of development, which will add 60 new lots to the community located near the intersection of Goose Creek Bypass and Lewisburg Pike.

“We’ve been very pleased with the level of interest and sales activity over the last several months, which has led to the opening of these two new phases,” said Alex Marks, senior vice president of Tower Investments, LLC. “Stream Valley’s prime location, community focus and competitive pricing make these homes a tremendous value for Williamson County.”

Stream Valley encompasses more than 345 acres, with nearly 50 percent of that set aside as open space. In addition to the intertwining Five Mile Creek, an antebellum carriage trail and sidewalks extending throughout the neighborhood, Stream Valley representatives say the development’s design was intended to promote the community-centered spirit of Franklin.

Each Stream Valley home, built by nationally recognized homebuilder Ryan Homes, caters to customers’ specifications through a variety of upgrade options. The builder is offering several home designs that can include as many as six bedrooms, four baths, up to a three-car garage and 4,400 square feet to choose from. Starting prices in these sections begin in the mid-$300s.

Posted on: 5/17/2013


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