Nashville developer Scott Sohr says that for many Williamson County homeowners, the peaceful country living isn’t a realistic option. Living close to work, grocery stores, and amenities is a priority for many looking for a new home, and residences with large plots of beautiful land and livestock nearby are too isolated. With Arrington Retreat, however, Scott Sohr offers Brentwood-area residents the best of both lifestyles.
Spanning 283 acres just south of Nashville, Arrington Retreat includes spacious, green landscapes with lush trees and rolling hills. Scott Sohr points out that one of the best features of Arrington Retreat is Arrington Creek, which runs through the property. More than 200 homes will be built on the site, according to Scott Sohr, with a community master plan designed by one of the foremost designers in the industry, Dwight Kiser.
Where is Courtside at Southern Woods located?
Scott Sohr: It’s in Brentwood, Tennessee, in northern Williamson County. The Brentwood area is actually one of the wealthiest areas in the entire state. This part of Middle Tennessee has remained very prosperous throughout the economic downturn, and the jobs have kept coming in because of the relatively low cost of living here. So developing a neighborhood like Courtside at Southern Woods was a no-brainer.
What else makes it such a special neighborhood?
Scott Sohr: It really has everything a family could want. The homes are beautiful, the surrounding area is peaceful, and it’s located in a district with some of the best schools in the state. Plus, the shopping and entertainment options in the Cool Springs area right down the road are endless—and that area is always growing. There’s really an abundance of things for families to do around here.
Q: Scott Sohr, where is Winterset Woods located?
Scott Sohr: Winterset Woods is a family-oriented neighborhood located in Nolensville, Tennessee. Located right in the heart of Middle Tennessee, Nolensville is a perfect town for raising a family. Not only does it have excellent schools, it’s also close to booming cities like Franklin, Brentwood, and the Cool Springs area of Williamson County. Many people who work in Nashville also choose to live in Nolensville to take advantage of its more relaxed pace of living.
Q: What can you tell us about the neighborhood itself?
Scott Sohr: Winterset Woods is small-town life at its best. It’s a picturesque community complete with a playground, picnic areas, and wide open grassy areas for play and relaxation. It’s also really close to I-65—around a 10-minute drive—making it perfect for parents who work in Nashville. Commuting really is a breeze from here.