1,498 Living Square Feet with 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 1-Car Garage & Double Driveway Priced at $179,900
Enjoy maintenance-free luxury townhome living at Shane Point. A small and charming community tucked away on a quiet wooded cul-de-sac. The Pearl is the last opportunity to buy a new townhome at Shane Point! This “EnergySmart” townhouse located at the end of the cul-de-sac features trees behind the home that offers exceptional privacy.
The Pearl features a first floor master suite and many upgrades including hardwoods throughout the 1st level in the living, dining, kitchen and half bath. The kitchen offers 42″ cabinets, granite countertops, subway tile back splash, and new Whirlpool® appliances: flat surface range, dishwasher and microwave. A cozy covered porch and patio off the living room and, a courtyard with a privacy fence. Master bath with garden tub, tall vanity, double sinks and large walk-in closet. Tile flooring in both full baths. Loft on the second level and covered porch located off bedroom 3.
For more information or a tour of this home, please call Jennifer McVey-Roney at (615) 202-2566.
Visit us online at RegentHomesTN.com
The home builders of Burkitt Place are hosting an October Showcase of Homes. Don’t miss this opportunity to tour more than 9 new homes by 3 top builders: Regent Homes, Celebration Homes and Drees Homes. Burkitt Place is one of Middle Tennessee’s most sought-after lifestyle communities. Amenities include a community center with multiple pools and a children’s playground. In addition, residents enjoy walking trails, pocket parks and more than 50 acres of green space. Burkitt Place is located in Nolensville 0.8 miles south of Concord Road on Nolensville Pike. Regent Homes offers Williamson Co. homes priced from $290’s – $400’s. Visit today or call Tom Plahuta at (615) 739-0570 for more information. Visit us on the web at RegentHomesTn.com.
Regent Homes is proud to announce we are now pre-selling townhomes in the prestigious new Berry Farms community in Franklin, TN. This walkable mixed-use community offers a prime location off I-65 / Peytonsville Rd. (Goose-Creek Bypass) that’s minutes from downtown Franklin, Cool Springs and I-840. Regent is now offering 2- and 3-story townhomes that reflect a classic Southern architecture exterior with all the amenities of 21st century living on the interiors. Our floor plan options offer up to 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 1st floor owner’s suite on selected plans. Features include 9′ ceilings throughout each home, hardwood flooring and ceramic tile in selected areas, professionally designed kitchens and more! Plus, all homes are EnergySmart that will save energy, money and the environment. For more information call Jeffrey Caruth at (615) 414-1807 or visit RegentHomesTn.com.
Townhomes priced from $187,900
Berry Farms is located in the Wiliamson County school district.
The Cornell is an exceptional 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath single-family home, which includes a formal living room, formal dining room, library and a side-entry 2-car garage. The spacious kitchen with breakfast area opens to an expansive great room with fireplace. The luxurious master suite with trey ceiling and huge walk-in closet is located on the second level and offers an on suite bath complete with soaking tub, separate shower, and dual bowl vanity. The Cornell features 2,259 square feet of living space is priced at $276,900. This new home is available now at Brent Creek . Please call Tom Plahuta at (615) 739-0570 to schedule a time to view this new home. Or visit us online at RegentHomesTN.com for more information.
Congratulation to the MTSU’s Land Development/ Residential Building Construction Management team for finishing first out of 40 teams in the National Association of Homebuilders Student Chapters Residential Construction Management Competition. The competition was held Feb. 8-10, 2012 at the International Builder’ Show in Orlanda, Fla.
“The competition designed to give students the opportunity to apply skills learned in the class room to a real construction company by completing a management project proposal”, said Dr. David Hatfield, professor and head of the construction management program at MTSU.
Each MTSU team member spent 400-plus hours completing the 152-page proposal, which included market analysis, sales strategy, scheduling, estimating, infrastructure/house plans, sustainability, cash flow and a management approach for the project. The MTSU team was give a 22-acre plot in a flood plain area to develop a subdivision in Huntsville, AL. The student team presented their proposal to five construction industry judges. A question-and-answer session followed with judges asking specific questions about the proposal.
Paige Parham, one of team members, said “many industries dedicated their time to our program” and specifically thanked Regent Homes, Citizen Homes, LP Building Products, Regions Bank and LittleJohn Engineering Associates” for their guidance and support.”
MTSU’s program is affiliated with Rutherford County Home Builders Association, Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee, Home Builder Association of Tennessee and the National Association of Home Builders.
Regent Homes is on MTSU Advisory Board for Land Development and Residential Construction program.
Nashville, Tennessee is synonymous with many things – country music, the Grand Ole Opry, Vanderbilt University and more! But a crayfish? The Nashville crayfish (Orconectesshoupi) is a critically imperiled, federally endangered crayfish that is only present in a small area (100-400 square miles) within the Nashville city limits. As you might guess, its remaining populations are threatened by residential development in the area, specifically the degradation of water quality due to water pollution, road and bridge construction, channel modification, and impoundment. A little over 10 years ago, one specific population of the crayfish was found in a five-acre farm pond,isolated decades previous when a dam was built on a tributary of Mill Creek. The dam that had isolated this population of crayfish was now failing and Tennessee authorities told the landowners that it had to be repaired or replaced. The new owners of this property, Regent Development, had plans to create Lenox Village, a development that would mix commercial spaces and neighborhood retail in a residential setting. With the discovery of the Nashville crayfish on their property, Regent Development began working with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to develop an HCP. An HCP plan was developed for 101 acres including an intermittent stream within the development. A permit was issued in 2002, and as specified in the plan, the development company restored the stream to follow a more meandering path near a forested hillside, creating pools and riffles. They established a permanent streamside buffer, protecting the crayfish habitat as Lenox Village was built and into perpetuity. Trees native to Tennessee provide a buffer along the stream and signs are posted to let residents know about the crayfish. Biologists expect the stream restoration to encourage Nashville crayfish to recolonize downstream of the restored habitat. The Nashville crayfish HCP is a successful example of how an HCP can allow for the integration of land development activities while conserving at-risk species of plants and animals.