New Private, Wooded Home Sites in Hendersonville

Fountain Brooke is a vibrant neighborhood that has become everything it was meant to be: a quiet, country setting with beautiful treed home sites, walking trails and an abundance of green space.

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Conveniently off Anderson Road within the highly rated Sumner County school district, Fountain Brooke is just around the corner from great shopping and activities at The Streets of Indian Lake, Old Hickory Lake, and Drakes Creek Park. All this makes it easy for you and your family to enjoy the charm of the Hendersonville area and only be 25 minutes from downtown Nashville.

One of Drees’ most popular plans, the Bradford, is the model home at Fountain Brooke. Step inside and discover a dramatic, open two-story foyer and family room. The comfortable arrangement of the family room, kitchen and breakfast room creates a welcoming family home, but also a stylish space to entertain friends. In addition to the owner’s suite on the first floor, a family foyer has been added for busy families’ daily messes and a guest suite for overnight guests or in-laws. Upstairs is a teenager’s paradise with generous size bedrooms, a full bath and game room they can use as their own laid back space.

The Reserve, the newest section in Fountain Brooke, is now selling with new home designs to choose from ranging from 2,800 to 3,800 sq. ft.  With 1 and 2 story options starting from the $420s, all homes include a 3 car side-entry garage, luxury owner’s suite, open floor plan, and handy standard features like family foyers, outdoor living areas, and bonus rooms.

Come visit our Bradford model today! Open  Monday-Friday 11-5, Saturday 10 – 5, and Sunday 12 – 5.

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