Sprng Hill, Tennessee is one of the greatest areas in the United States in which to live, and probably the greatest place in the world to build a new home. I’ve done it twice and look forward to doing it again!
I first moved to Spring Hill in late 2000, when Ole South acquired the then-new Ridgeport subdivision from another builder/developer. The purchase came complete with a model home that we didn’t build, but did give us an immediate presence in the area.
When we launched our presence in Spring Hill, there were three positions for Ridgeport . On-site Sales Agent, Project Manager, and Construction Superintendent. I was all three in the begnning and it was the greatest learning experience of my entire life, well… maybe except for an IRS audit.
As our business exploded, we built a new model home and I purchased the older one, which proved to be a great vote of confidence for Ole South in the eyes of others. It also made commuting to work a breeze! In the five years I lived there, not one time did anyone knock on my door about anything other than a dinner or party invitation!
Approximate 325 homes later, Ridgeport was complete and I built another home in our next Williamson County neighborhood, Chapman’s Crossing. It was such an awesome experience to see many of our Ridgeport buyers move with us to Chapman’s Crossing to accomodate their growing families. It was even greater having them as neighbors…again!
During these years, I had the opportunity to encourage many of our home buyers to get involved in Real Estate, and those that did are doing quite well. Its a great feeling to know you helped make a difference in someone’s life – which is what its supposed to be all about anyway.
In 2007, we moved back to Nashville to be closer to my mom after my dad passed away. Ironically, at the same time Ole South acquired the Rivendell Woods of Cane Ridge neighborhood and needed someone to start it off. I hated to leave Spring Hill, but it seemed like divine intervention was having its way.
While in Nashville at Rivendell Woods, Ole South presented new opportunities and I assumed the role of VP Sales & Marketing for the company. Keeping my office in Rivendell Woods, I have been able to pull it off and still do what I love the most – helping people find the perfect home that meets their wants and needs.
Over the years, Ole South has grown to be the largest home builder in Tennessee and I feel very fortunate to be a part of the company. This month, I took the opportunity to start off another Williamson County neighborhood in Spring Hill, so my office will be in The Arbors at Autumn Ridge for the time being.
I’ll miss seeing the residents at Rivendell Woods on a regular basis, but will still be around whenever possible. In the meantime, the residents and propsects of Rivendell Woods will find Annette Spicer to be a delightful addition to the neighborhood.
The Arbors at Autumn Ridge is a gorgeous location, nestled among trees in the peaceful country setting convenient to both Spring Hill and Thompsons Station. Here, take a look a a few of the great homes we are building:
Those that have visited this blog before know my photography skills aren’t the best. Spring Hill and Thompsons Station’s weekly paper has much better photography skills which you can see by CLICKING HERE.
I really am excited about being back in Spring Hill on a regular basis. And when you are in the area, please drop by for a visit! For those of you that are familiar with Spring Hill, The Arbors is probably not where you think it is.
Turn on Wilkes Lane, across from the McDonalds at Campbell Station, and follow approximately one mile. The tree-lined road will let you know you have arrived!
Interestingly enough, there is an available home site, right across from the model home. What a coincidence!
Trey Lewis is VP Sales & Marketing for Ole South Properties Inc, Tennessee’s largest independent home builder, 615.896.0019 direct 615.593.6340 or emailTLewis@olesouth.com. Specializing in new homes in the Greater Nashville area to include Nashville, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Clarksville, Gallatin, and Spring Hill, Tennessee.