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Belle Rive, an established luxury neighborhood, has 75 homes on large lots with immaculate landscaping and mature trees. It is located across from Granny White Park and adjacent to Deerwood Arboretum with entrance on Granny White Pike; it’s just minutes from I-65, depending on the time of day.

Built from the early 1980s to the early 1990s, these homes offer vast square footage. Prices range from $499,900 to $1,149,000. This neighborhood offers picnics, parties, dinners and children’s events.

Students in the area attend Scales Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School, and Brentwood High School.

 

Brenthaven is an 800-home family neighborhood. It is the biggest subdivision in Brentwood. With entrances on Concord Road and Moores Lane, it’s just minutes to I-65, depending on the time of day.

Built from the late 1970s, home prices range from $300,000 to $899,000. The community has above-ground utilities. Many homes in Brenthaven are close enough to walk or ride a bike to school, to the YMCA, or to the Brentwood Library. A fantastic trail system ties all of these together all the way to Crockett Park.

Students in the area attend Lipscomb Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School, and Brentwood High School.

 

Carriage Hills is a 128-home premier neighborhood of medium and large family homes. Carriage Hills combines the niceties of suburbia with the peace and quiet of the country in East Brentwood. With an entrance on Ravenswood Farm Land, I-65 is approximately five minutes away, depending on the time of day

Built from the late 1980s and into the 1990s, the homes in the Carriage Hills subdivision range in price from $369,000 to $419,900. The community offers underground utilities, neighborhood garage sales, and fall and spring socials.

Students in the area attend Kenrose Elementary School, Woodland Middle School, and Ravenwood High School.

 

Chenoweth, a suburban 306-home community, is located on Concord Road. It’s just 10 to 15 minutes from I-65, depending on the time of day. Construction began in Chenoweth in the 1980s, and the subdivision was completed in the 1990s. Home prices range from $529,925 to $689,000.

Chenoweth was one of the first subdivisions in East Brentwood with extensive neighborhood amenities. Two swimming pools, two tennis courts, a newly equipped playground and a clubhouse are part of the community. You’ll also find bike paths, biking and walking trails, as well as underground utilities to keep the area beautiful.

Students in the area attend Edmondson Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School and Brentwood High School.

 

Derby Glen Close is a small upscale luxury community encompassing 63 homes in the city of Brentwood Tennessee located a short distance from I-65 and downtown Nashville.  These gorgeous all-brick homes on spacious lots display breathtaking views of Williamson County’s wooded hillsides.  Home prices range from $600,000 to $900,000.

A community pool and cabana, as well as hiking paths, make this a family-friendly place to call home.  Additional recreational activities are available at the numerous nearby city parks.

Students who live here attend Scales Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School and Brentwood High School.

 

There are 180 homes in the Fountainbrooke subdivision. Homes in this community are traditional in appearance, yet brimming with modern style and architectural accents. These affordable brick, family-sized homes were built by various custom builders on half-acre lots in East Brentwood with home prices ranging from $475,000 to $650,000.

The entrance is located on Willomet Drive Rd off Concord Road, which is 10 to 15 minutes from I-65.  The community was developed in 2001, but new construction still available. Neighborhood amenities include underground utilities, a community pool, a tennis court, and a playground.

Students in the area attend Crockett Elementary School, Woodland Middle School and Ravenwood High School.

 

With 144 homes, Chestnut Springs is one of the most affordable neighborhoods in East Brentwood. With an entrance on Concord Road, I-65 is just minutes away, depending on the time of day.

Built from 2002 to 2005, home prices range from $268,000 to $339,900.  Chestnut Springs offers underground utilities, a clubhouse and a walking trail that connects to Owl Creek Park next door.

Students in the area attend Sunset Elementary School, Sunset Middle School, and Ravenwood High School.

 

Governor’s Club is a gated country club neighborhood of 438 luxury custom family homes and mansions. This luxury subdivision is buttressed by an 18-hole Arnold Palmer signature golf course, which covers 600 acres in East Brentwood. With three entrances – Concord Road, Crockett Road and Sunset Road – Governor’s Club is just minutes from I-65, depending on the time of day.

Homes were built from the late 1990s with home prices ranging from $669,000 to $4.5 million. Governor’s Club amenities include underground utilities, an adult pool, a children’s pool, and a clubhouse. Its close proximity to the golf course, as well as its sidewalks, fitness center, two lakes, and gated entrances, makes this subdivision one of Brentwood’s premier locations. The community also hosts a number of neighborhood social events, including parents’ nights out and seasonal neighborhood celebrations.

Students in the area attend Crockett Elementary School, Woodland Middle School and Ravenwood High School.

 

Hampton Reserve is a gated community with spacious and elegant homes. It’s located in East Brentwood with entrances on Concord Road and Crockett Road. Hampton Reserve is just minutes from I-65, depending on the time of day.

This neighborhood comprises 75 luxury custom homes spread over 92 lots. Homes have been constructed since 2002, and home prices range from $799,900 to $1,579,000. The neighborhood amenities include underground utilities and walking trails, a creek, open space and a park, and occasional social events.

Students in the area attend Crockett Elementary School, Woodland Middle School, and Ravenwood High School.

 

McGavock Farms, a sprawling 191 executive, upscale community, has three entrances – two on Murray Lane and one on Granny White Pike. I-65 is just minutes away.

Homes were built in 1990 through 2008 and feature large floor plans. The homes in McGavock Farms encapsulate between 4,000 and 8,000 square feet, and prices range from $800,000 to $1 million and up. Community amenities include underground utilities, a park and walking trails. The subdivision also hosts many social activities, including an annual December holiday party at the park with horse carriage rides.

Students in the area attend Scales Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School, and Brentwood High School near Brentwood Academy.

 

Princeton Hills is one of the most convenient locations in Brentwood. These sizable, European-style luxury homes are some of the most beautiful in the Brentwood area. The neighborhood is comprised of 165 homes, many with amazing views, including palatial mansions fronting Franklin Road. With entrances on Murray Lane and Franklin Road, Princeton Hills is just minutes from I-65, depending on the time of day.

Homes in the Princeton Hills subdivision were built from 1996 to the late 2000s, and home prices range from $850,000 to $2 million-plus. Neighborhood amenities include underground utilities, more than 30 acres of natural area, walking paths, and decorative street signs.

Students in the area attend Scales Elementary School, Brentwood Middle School, and Brentwood High School.

 

Raintree Forest Reserve is a family-friendly, established community of homes in the 3,000-5,000-square foot size range. It’s located in East Brentwood with an entrance on Crockett Road, just minutes from I-65.

The community’s 221 homes were built from 1990 to 1995 with a price range from $414,500 to $545,000. The extensive neighborhood amenities include two swimming pools (adults’ and children’s); a clubhouse; two lighted tennis courts; two playgrounds; walking trails; a bike path; underground utilities; and preserved green space. Social activities include pool parties at the opening and closing of pool season, a July 4th Parade, Christmas parties for adults and children, a Halloween event and Easter egg hunt. Raintree Forest Reserve offers a monthly newsletter and a Neighborhood Watch program.

Students in the area attend Crockett Elementary School, Woodland Middle School and Ravenwood High School.

 

Tuscany Hills is a new neighborhood of custom homes and wooded homesites located in East Brentwood. Its entrance on Split Log Road places it just minutes from I-65, depending on the time of day.

Homes in Tuscany Hills have been built since 2007 and the community still features new construction;  the site will feature 125 homes when completed. The home prices in Tuscany Hills start at $665,000. Community amenities include sidewalks and underground utilities; a pool, a cabana and a playground are planned by the developer.

Students in the area attend Kenrose Elementary School, Woodland Middle School and Ravenwood High School.

 

Willowmet is a newer neighborhood of spacious homes on half-acre lots near Bonbrook and Governor’s Club, but it’s more affordable. Located on Concord Road at Willomet Lane, this subdivision is just minutes from I-65.

Construction in Willowmet began in 2002 and is still ongoing; the community will feature 129 homes when completed. The price range in this neighborhood is between $400,000 and $500,000. Willowmet’s amenities include a playground, a gazebo, grassy play areas for children and underground utilities. The neighborhood has a fall chili cook-off and Christmas party.

Students in the area attend Crockett Elementary School, Woodland Middle School and Ravenwood High School.

 

Woodlands @ Copperstone, sometimes referred to as simply Copperstone, is a newer, well-kept neighborhood located near Brentwood’s eastern border. With an entrance on Sunset Road, it’s a five-minute drive to I-65, depending on the time of day.

Built in 2004, the community totals 120 homes with ample square footage. These spacious homes range in price from $574,000 to $828,000. Copperstone’s amenities include underground utilities, sidewalks, swimming pool and a cabana. The subdivision hosts neighborhood Friday night dinners each month, pool parties and Easter egg hunts.

Students in the area attend Sunset Elementary School, Sunset Middle School and Ravenwood High School.