With its stellar location just outside Nashville, Tennessee, Spring House at Honey Farms offers amazing planned amenities, accommodating townhome designs and a prime location that feels like an escape without sacrificing convenience to plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment.
In addition to its location near Spring Hill, this charming community is also less than an hour’s drive from Nashville and Franklin and only 3.5 miles from Saturn Parkway, and close to I-65, meaning major employers such as General Motors, Magna and IBEX Global, are all nearby for a short morning commute.
Spring House at Honey Farms is located about 7.5 miles from downtown Columbia, Tennessee, which is described as a classic southern town with a kick. Columbia features a charming downtown square with great shopping, unique dining and a live music scene. Additionally, the new Columbia Arts District, adjacent to downtown, offers a captivating scene of local, funky, creative artists and makers.
Residents at Spring House at Honey Farms spend their weekends enjoying a number of fun entertainment options in Columbia, Spring Hill, and beyond:
The Gathering Barn at Liberty Grace Farm and Vineyard
The Gathering Barn in Columbia hosts a variety of events throughout the year including weddings, corporate events and personal gatherings, but it also hosts its own occasions including the 2nd Annual Tulip Fest, going on now, where attendees pick their own tulips and daffodils from a field of over 30,000 flowers.
Mule Day Weekend
Columbia is often referred to as “Muletown” in recognition of its long-standing Mule Day festivities, an annual event celebrated since 1840. Originally celebrated as a meeting for mule breeders, the event now attracts over 100,000 people and lasts for four days. Don’t miss this year’s upcoming event beginning on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 1 a.m. Click here to see the full schedule.
Franklin Farmers Market
The Franklin Farmers Market (FFM), a 501(c)(5) non-profit agricultural organization, offers a variety of items throughout the year from local producers and farmers. Having grown from a summer-only marketplace, the FFM is now a year-round operation with over 70 participating farms selling produce, vegetables, meats, dairy, herbs and more.
Henry Horton State Park
Constructed in the 1960s, the Henry Horton State Park is located on the shores of the historic Duck River, one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. This state park offers several options for entertainment including lodging accommodations and RV campsites, a golf course, a disc golf course, biking roadways, an Olympic-sized pool, a trap and skeet range, over 10 miles of hiking trails and more. Click here to see the full array of activity options.
Spring House at Honey Farms offers plenty of fun activities for friends and family – right in your own backyard! Phase II is now selling with new floor plans ranging from two to three bedrooms, two-and-a-half to three baths and up to two-car garages. Visit www.HoneyFarmsLiving.com to learn more about living the sweet life today!