Wednesday, August 08, 2018 08:00 AM


Bill Lewis, Special to Nashville Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK TENNESSEE Published 7:00 a.m. CT Aug. 8, 2018

Goodall Homes incorporates open floor plans in the houses and townhomes it builds, a feature popular with home buyers of all ages.(Photo: Courtesy of Goodall Homes)

The suburbs [1]are where you expect to find families with young kids while single people, younger couples and older downsizers flock to the city. But that stereotype isnt always true.

Some of Sumner Countys fastest-growing neighborhoods are succeeding by reaching out to homeowners at different stages of their lives. These diverse communities are offering housing in the different styles, sizes and price ranges that appeal to families, millennials [2]and older home buyers.

We really want a vibrant community filledwith a wide cross-section of folks and families ofall ages andindifferent stages of their professional, family, and lifeexperience, said Suzanne Maddalon, vice president of marketing for Freehold Communities, the developer of Durham Farms in Hendersonville.

Thats happening in other neighborhoods, as well. In Gallatins Carellton neighborhood, youll find single-family homes large or small ...

News source: The Tennessean

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