Walton Closes On 252 Acres in Fairview, Tennessee

“Trails of Brownlyn,” a planned unit development (PUD) in Fairview, Tennessee was purchased yesterday for $4.4 million by Walton Tennessee, LLC, an affiliate of Walton Development and Management (WDM), a land management and development company based in Roswell, Georgia.

Walton Tennessee, LLC purchased the 252-acre tract from John Rutledge. Ted Boozer of Franklin Real Estate Group, Inc. represented Rutledge, and Southeast Venture brokers Greg Coleman and Ashley Bishop represented the buyer in the sale.

The “Trails of Brownlyn” PUD is approved for 725 residential units. 

Trails-of-Brownlyn-site-plan“Trails of Brownlyn has a lot to offer in terms of access to Nashville and the surrounding areas. This property is situated within Williamson County, which has some of the best public schools in Tennessee, and it is perfectly located to cater towards growing families,” said Paul Beidel, WDM president, Southeast region.

“Fairview has long been an area of interest for land investment given its location in Williamson County, proximity to Nashville and overall quality of life,” said Greg. “With the investment in recent years by some national retailers such as Publix and Wal-Mart, it makes sense that a quality PUD be offered to current and future homeowners in Fairview.” 

Earlier this spring, WDM made its first acquisition in the Nashville area, purchasing four parcels that make up “Carothers Crossing,” a traditional neighborhood development in Nolensville. Combined, the four parcels comprise 545 acres of land located just east of Nolensville and west of the Interstate 24 Old Hickory Boulevard exit.

Trails-of-Brownlyn-vicinity-map

“We are excited Walton is investing again in Middle Tennessee and in Fairview. We have received a lot of interest from home builders about this project,” said Ashley. “This property has a lot of potential because of its picturesque surroundings, short commute to Nashville and its proximity to top-rated Williamson County schools.”

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