What's My Franklin TN Home Worth?: What Does One Do With 5 Acres in Williamson County TN?

What Does One Do With 5 Acres in Williamson County TN?

Last week, we listed the property located at 2718 Buckner Lane in Thompsons Station in Williamson County TN. This acreage is located within minutes of shopping and dining which is unusual for acreage property. It is also right down the street from all three of the public schools zoned for this home. In addition, it's priced extremely well. 

What Does One Do With 5 Acres in Williamson County TN?Needless to say, there has been a lot of interest. Everyone thinks they want to live on 5 acres. That is, until they actually see how large 5 acres is.

The home is slightly bigger at 5.58 acres and the house sits high up on a hill. The acreage in back rolls away from the house. With nothing but a farmer's field behind it, the acreage looks expansive.

A few of the buyers who thought they wanted acreage have asked, "What does one do with 5 acres in Willamson County TN?"

It depends upon the buyers.

As an owner of a five-acre parcel, I can tell you it's wonderful owning acreage but it's also a lot of work and upkeep. When we originally moved here, we thought we'd build a swimming pool. That never happened. While it still can, I'm not sure we'll ever do it. However, we are in the process of creating a large brick paver patio with a fire pit and building a 16x20 workshop for my husband which will include an area to do some woodworking and an area we'll use as a potting shed.

Our neighbor who is also on five acres owns three horses. He's a fencing contractor so he has a small building on his property to accommodate equipment. It sure beats paying lots of money to store your equipment elsewhere.

What Does One Do with 5 Acres in Willamson County TN?Things you may want to do with 5 acres in Williamson County:

-   Williamson County is horse country and horses need acreage.

-   A swimming pool and large outdoor entertainment area is possible.

-   Woodworking enthusiasts could build a shop to accommodate their hobby.

-   Business owners could build a shop to store their equipment.

-   Car collectors could build a shop to store their collectibles.

-   Acreage is ideal for all-terrain vehicle enthusiasts. A go-kart course for the kids.

-   Golfers could create a practice area or putting green to enjoy their hobby at home.

-   Musicians could build a sound studio to create and record music.

-   What Does One Do With 5 Acres in Williamson County TN?Plant your own vineyard and make wine.

-   Plant a large vegetable garden to provide for your family all year.

-   Raise chickens, goats, cattle and horses.

-   Build a kennel for dogs.

-   Park your recreation vehicle in your own yard, rather than pay for storage.

-   Create your own Field of Dreams. Who doesn't want a baseball field on their property?

As you can see, the possibilities are endless. If none of these ideas appeal to you, you could just sit on your back porch sipping a sweet tea and enjoy the peace and tranquility. But be prepared because five acres is a lot to mow if you don't have animals like horses, cattle or goats to help you keep the grass under control.

What does one do with 5 acres in Williamson County TN? The possibilities are endless.

To learn more about buying or selling acreage in Williamson County TN, contact Franklin Homes Realty LLC at (615) 495-0752.

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Tammie White, Managing Broker/Owner
CLHMS, CRS, GRI, SFR
Franklin Homes Realty LLC
Franklin, TN
(615) 495-0752 
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Comment balloon 8 commentsTammie White, Broker • August 17 2015 08:55AM

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Tammie,  For me, it would definitely be horses on the acreage.  Maybe an organic garden. I am past the swimming pools days ... but maybe my horses would enjoy one

Posted by Kathleen Daniels, San Jose Homes for Sale-Probate & Trust Specialist (KD Realty - 408.972.1822) about 3 years ago

I know I'd enjoy the nature and let it be. Farm a small area for some home grown food. Have a great week!

Posted by Stefan Winter, Owner - Winter Group & Real Estate Web Tech (Real Estate in IL & NV | Owner of Real Estate Web Tech | Daily Vlogger) about 3 years ago

Tammie this is a fantastic post of what to do with 5 acres in Williamson County TN.  You've given so many great ideas for potential buyers.  I love this approach - you tell a story and make it so real.

Posted by Anna Banana Kruchten CRB, CRS 602-380-4886, Arizona's Top Banana! (Phoenix Property Shoppe) about 3 years ago

Kathleen - We thought that as well, but it just never came to pass. However, we're able to enjoy our neighbor's three horses every day.

Stefan - Well, you'll find plenty of nature in the country.

Anna - Thank you. That was so nice to say.

Posted by Tammie White, Broker, Franklin TN Homes for Sale (Franklin Homes Realty LLC) about 3 years ago

Good Monday evening Tammie. Depending upon what the asking price is, the property should not stay on the market long. This is a hot area.

Posted by TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc., Home Inspectons - Nashville, TN area - 615.661.029 (Complete Home Inspections, Inc.) about 3 years ago

 This ideal for the buyer looking for some elbow space!!

Posted by Kathy Streib, Home Stager - Palm Beach County,FL -561-914-6224 (Room Service Home Staging) about 3 years ago

Michael - It is priced at $410K. A steal in Williamson County for almost 6 acres.

Kathy - Absolutely.

Posted by Tammie White, Broker, Franklin TN Homes for Sale (Franklin Homes Realty LLC) about 3 years ago

Really great ideas you have here, Tammie! Planting your own vineyard sounds so nice!

Posted by Katerina Gasset, Get It Done For Me Virtual Services (Get It Done For Me Virtual Services ) about 3 years ago

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