Thompson’s Station, Tenn. — Local real estate professionals and independent business owners Matt Bryant, Jim Cheney, and Daniel Woods have officially announced the launch of Allenwood, a 13-lot residential development located on Clayton-Arnold Road in Thompson’s Station.
Located on 8.8 acres, the secluded property will offer options for village and estate homes with price points expected to start in the high $400s. All 13 lots have been purchased by local builders who are now in their product planning phase. Initial development activity for infrastructure began this month, and the first homes are expected to come out of the ground in the spring of 2015.
“If you are looking for local craftsmanship, a prime Thompson’s Station location, a very short build-out schedule, a neighborhood that balances privacy and density, and design standards that are consistent and in place to retain value, you need to come see us,” said Jim Cheney. “Collectively, our development team has touched almost every type of real estate project in the market, and Allenwood reflects what we believe the majority of Williamson County buyers are seeking.”
Allenwood’s extended team includes Gregg & Raines, Langfitt & Associates, Arnold Homes, LLC, and Zurich Homes. Allison Klausner and Elena Cheney of Pilkerton Realtors will serve as the development’s sales team.
While builders currently have commitments on all 13 lots, prospective buyers are encouraged to make contact early for pre-sale opportunities that could result in custom home designs.
“The development team wants to ensure that they can deliver on the vision,” said Klausner. “They’ve done a great job identifying builders who have long-standing ties in Williamson County, and ultimately this is a huge plus for buyers. If you get in the door early enough, you have an opportunity to build the home that you want, with a credible team of people who have a vested interest in creating communities that will last.”
In addition to carefully designed, regionally authentic home styles, Allenwood developers have allocated more than 4 acres of common area and park space. A walking trail system will connect the homes to the park, as well as the conservation of more than 75 percent of the existing trees in the interest of privacy and maintaining the rural character of the land.
“Our goal is to be done in less than 16 months,” said Daniel Woods whose design credits include some of Williamson County’s most high profile communities such as Westahaven and The Grove. “We are very committed to an aesthetic that creates a sense of community, but with a level of flexibility that is appropriate to the market. When we’re gone, our hope is that the only people who know that Allenwood is tucked back on Clayton-Arnold are the residents who live there.”