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Carolina Close is one of the newest developments in Franklin, Tennessee.  With a location that is conveniently found off of Spencer Creek Road near the interstate, this neighborhood is a hot ticket item.

The single family luxury homes being built in this community range in size from 3,500 to 6,000 square feet and will feature high-end finishes and incredible outdoor living areas.  Prices start around $700,000 in this upscale subdivision.

There are three different builders in charge of the construction in Carolina Close.  With only 26 home sites, this is a small and intimate neighborhood.  Individual lot sizes are quite large varying in size from .63 acres to .90 acres.  The community site plan preserved several open green spaces which add to the beauty of the landscape.

With its vicinity to downtown Franklin and the popular area of Cool Springs, the residents of Carolina Close enjoy easy access to shopping and restaurants.  The Franklin Recreation Complex is just minutes away offering walking trails, tennis courts, indoor/outdoor pools, and newly remodeled workout facility.

Children who reside in this neighborhood receive a top-notch education through the Williamson County Schools which boast the highest rating in the state of Tennessee.

One visit to Carolina Close and you will see why it is becoming one of the premier neighborhoods in Franklin TN!

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  • Common Home Seller Mistakes in The Nashville Tennessee Market (Part 2)

    Previously, we had started a two-part list outlining the biggest mistakes commonly made by people who are trying to sell their homes. Let’s run back through the first 4 mistakes that we discussed in Part 1: 1. Not Hiring a … Continue reading

  • The Most Common Mistakes People Make When Selling Their Home (Part 1)

    Today we’re going to talk about the mistakes people make when marketing their home.  Below are the most common blunders made by home sellers, as well as some great advice on how to avoid making the same errors. Mistake #1:  … Continue reading

  • Spring Hill Tennessee House for Sale Sold for Free (Spring Hill, TN Area Case Study 72)

                             And we just sold our home in Franklin with The Monte Mohr Group. The way we came to know Monte is I saw his ad on one of the local news T.V. stations. At the time, wewere remodeling our … Continue reading

  • Relocating to the Nashville Tennessee Area (Relocation Real Estate Case Study 4)

    Relocating to the Nashville Tennessee Area (Relocation Real Estate Case Study 4) I purchased my home through The Mohr Group during a relocation to the Nashville area from Birmingham. Really just stumbled by them in the relocating process, quite by … Continue reading

  • Avoid the 5 Most Common Home Buyer Mistakes

    Jennifer from Nashville sent in the following wonderful question… “I’ll be graduating from Belmont soon and want to buy my first home and I’m a little scared of what to do next. My mother said she saw you on Channel … Continue reading

  • The Best Time to Put Your House on the Market

    Would you like to sell your home, but you’re not sure what the best time is to put it on the market? Real estate experts, Monte Mohr and Nathan Mohr, are here to give you the answer. Sara and Jason … Continue reading

  • Save Money While Selling Your Home After the Holidays

    Are you thinking about putting your home on the market after the holidays? Real estate  expert, Monte Mohr, is here to explain how you can reduce your costs and still get great service. Martha in Nashville wrote in and said… … Continue reading

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    Thompson’s Station Mayor, Corey Napier, on the Future of Real Estate and the Area

    Desk Side Chats With Monte Mohr:  I’m here on a cold January morning with Corey Napier, the Mayor of Thompson’s Station, who has agreed to share his thoughts and insights on the future of Thompson’s Station. Click here to listen … Continue reading

  • Waiting Until Spring to Sell Your Home Could Cost You

    Every year at this time, would-be home sellers start asking themselves the same question, “Should I sell my home now? Or should I wait until the spring?”  Through the years people have been conditioned to think that their house would … Continue reading

  • Discover A Simple Way to Save Thousands of Dollars When Selling Your Home

    Are you thinking of buying a home, but you still have one to sell?  Do you wish there were a way to save money in the process of selling? Good news – there is a way to do just that! … Continue reading

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