This spectacular Williamson County, Tennessee property checks all the boxes! For the private estate buyer, your homesite choices are many. Choose from numerous very private locations high atop and enjoy the million-dollar views extending for miles. The 1.5 acre pond and blue-line creeks add the icing to the cake! For the investor, developer this property is zoned RD-5 and boasts over 1/2 mile of road frontage for many ingress, egress options. Land Location, location, location! Only 10 minutes from the “Hallmark” like town of Franklin. 75.62 acres per a 2018 survey are mostly gentle, level and rolling lush pasture bordering nearly a mile of county road frontage. Venture further into the property and up to the beautifully flat hilltop where you will enjoy the incredible 360 degree views while enjoying your privacy. Amazing views throughout the property range from level and gentle rolling lush pasture, pond and creek views, plus gorgeous million-dollar hilltop views! Some mature hardwoods include oak, cherry, persimmon and black walnut. Naturally wooded cross fences and varied elevations provide great diversity and character, while also providing excellent habitat for the wildlife that roam this magnificent Williamson County property. Milcrofton municipal water, Horton Highway natural gas, and Middle Tennessee Electric are at the road next to the property. Zoned RD-5. Must See this beautiful property in person to experience the million-dollar views! Buyer and buyer agent to verify all details. Legal description of the 75.62 acres to be verified by survey and title. Improvements This property is a pristine farm located in the beautiful rolling hills of SE Williamson County, Tennessee just south of Franklin. Border of the property is fenced with wire fencing material 2 existing wells 1.5 acre pond Recreation This property is blessed with lots of wildlife, namely deer, turkey and numerous species of birds. A perfect haven to build your dream home, or create a family compound, while living in the solitude with nature, but only 10 minutes from Franklin. You can walk out your door to take a hike with your dog, ride horses or ATV’s until your heart’s content while criss crossing the creeks in various places to add a little extra fun and excitement to it. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All owned subsurface rights convey. General Operations Through my years of maturing and the blessing of meeting people from all walks of life, I get it now. It’s the values, morals and good, clean fun that so many people are longing for. The life that small town America lives each day, is one that is now highly sought after. Land isn’t just an economic investment, it’s an emotional investment, and one that needs protected. Region & Climate Middle Tennessee has a generally mild year-round climate, while still providing four distinct seasons. The average high temperature in the summer is 85 degrees compared to an average high of 50 degrees in the winter. The average annual rainfall is around 50 inches providing plenty of moisture to keep the landscape healthy, lush and thriving. History Located approximately 25 miles south of Nashville, amid the rolling hills and pastoral countryside of middle Tennessee, the inviting Town of Thompson’s Station is a great place to live. Thompson’s Station is steeped in history, from its earliest settlers in 1780, to the stirring Battle of Thompson’s Station and as a stop along Tennessee’s Great Train Trail. The town’s tranquil environment and convivial atmosphere is worlds apart from hectic urban lifestyles, yet still near to everything the world-renowned “Music City” and surrounding communities have to offer. Bridging both storied past and promising future, Thompson’s Station prospers through its historic heritage and proximity to Nashville, Franklin and Spring Hill. Location 35 minutes south of Nashville, 40 minutes from Nashville International Airport. 10 minutes from grocery stores, hospitals, drug stores, shopping, restaurants, in Franklin, Cool Springs or Spring Hill.