Spring Hill is a medium-sized city spanning into portions of Williamson and Maury counties in Tennessee. It has approximately three neighborhoods and is the 24th largest community in the state. It is located approximately 30 miles south of Nashville. The city has a significant amount of new housing, good schools and low crime rates making it perfect for singles, couples, and families of all ages. The community has high rates of home-ownership and owner occupancy which creates a nice solid, peaceful community. The city motto is “A blend of Commerce, History, and Country Living.” It is a wealthy community compared to state standards and upper-middle income compared to federal standards. Over 42% of adults over the age of 25 in Spring Hill have 4-year degrees or higher, which is about twice the national average. The city is semi racially and ethnically diverse. English is the primary language within Spring Hill, though a number of residents also speak Spanish. It is a thriving community which has experienced rapid growth nearly quadrupling in size since 2000.
Before the arrival of settlers native tribes such as the Cherokee, Chickasaw and Shawnee hunted throughout the area. The first settlers arrived, in the area that would one day be Spring Hill, in 1808 and settled there. Albert Russell was the first to build a house in the area and Spring Hill was established as a city in 1809. The town was the site of the Battle of Spring Hill in November of 1864 during the Civil War. The war was hard on the town as control of the community was passed back and forth between the north and the south. Nature also took its toll on Spring Hills through tornadoes and fires. But through it all Spring Hill survived and became known for its livestock, agriculture and its continued efforts to provide its youth with high quality education.
The city spans 17.7 square miles. It is a white-collar community where over 86% of the workforce have white-collar jobs and professions. Over 8% of the workforce works from home via telecommuting and home-based businesses. In 2000, the population of Spring Hill was 7,715 and the population density was 435.6 people per square mile. In the same year, the median household income was $60,872, the median family income was $62,643 and the per capita income was $21,688. In 2014, the population had risen to 34,269 and the current median household income is approximately $76,840. The rise both in population and the local economy reveal a thriving and stable community.
Public education in Spring Hill is provided by two school districts, Williamson County School District and Maury County School District. Schools in Spring Hill include Allendale Elementary, Spring Station Middle School, Summit High School, Northfield Academy and others. The city has a number of wonderful parks including Port Royal Park, Evans Park, Walnut Street Skate Park, the Winchester Community Facility and many more. Homes for sale in Spring Hill come are available in a variety of sizes, styles and price ranges to suit the needs of potential buyers. Other real estate options include rental and lease properties. To find your new home in Spring Hill, call friendly real estate agent Pauline Charlton at 615 482 2257.
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