A Master Planned Community
Located in the Heart of Spring Hill, TN
More Than Just a Place to Call Home
A PLACE TO LIVE, PLAY, & DREAM
Transport yourself to a peaceful community in the country, without ever leaving the conveniences of city life.
Welcome to Harvest Point, a high quality, an affordable new home community in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Nestled on 473 acres with over 100 acres of pocket parks and open spaces, you will want to come home to this front porch living community.
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Our Happy Neighbors
Our homeowners love their neighborhoods and their community.
But you don't have to take our word for it...
New Homes Spring Hill TN
Welcome to Harvest Point Living, a high-quality, affordable new home community located next to the highly rated Spring Hill Middle School and just 20 minutes from the Cool Springs area. Ready for your new home in Spring Hill Tennessee?
Where to find Harvest Point In Spring Hill Tennessee
201 Sable Lane
Spring Hill, TN 37174
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
How to Get to Harvest Point from Nashville International Airport (BNA)
Take Terminal Dr to I-40 W
6 min (2.0 mi)
Head south on Terminal Dr
Use the 2nd from the right lane to turn slightly right to stay on Terminal Dr
Keep left to continue on BNA Arriving Flights
Use any lane to turn slightly left onto Terminal Dr
Keep left to stay on Terminal Dr
Take I-65 S to US-31 N/Main St in Spring Hill. Take the US-31 N exit from TN-396 W
34 min (38.1 mi)
Merge onto I-40 W
Use the left 3 lanes to take exit 213A for I-440 W toward Memphis
Continue onto I-440 W
Use the middle lane to take exit 5 for I-65 S/I-65 N toward Huntsville/Nashville
Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 65 S/Huntsville and merge onto I-65 S
Use the middle lane to take exit 53 for TN-396/Saturn Pkwy toward Columbia/Spring Hill
Continue onto TN-396 W/Saturn Pkwy
Keep left to continue on TN-396 W
Use the right lane to merge onto US-31 N/Main St toward Spring Hill
Take Beechcroft Rd and Cleburne Rd to Cleaborne Rd
10 min (3.8 mi)
Merge onto US-31 N/Main St
Turn left onto Stephen P Yokich Pkwy
Continue onto Town Center Pkwy
Turn left onto Beechcroft Rd
Turn left onto Cleburne Rd
Turn right onto Cleaborne Rd
Destination will be on the right
More About Spring Hill TN
Harvest Point is building new homes in Spring Hill Tennessee. Spring Hill is one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee. It is a charming mix of the old and the modern and hip. Spring Hill is just south of Nashville and just between the cities of Franklin and Columbia. Spring hill is a convenient location for new businesses and local residents who want to be be conveniently close to Nashville. You will find a rapidly expanding suburb and numerous commercial centers interspersed among historic properties and a very prominent civil war battlefield.
Local sites in Spring Hill:
Jack of Hearts BBQ
Tennessee Children's Home
Here's what they have to say about us:
So happy to have found this neighborhood! Harvest Point is such a beautiful neighborhood in a great location! With all of the great "extras" Harvest Point is going to have (I especially love the idea for a dog park, walking trails, and a pool) I know it will be a great place to live! - Glam G. D.
This community offers so much! New homes in a peaceful area outside the city, yet still offers all the conveniences of living in the city. We love it! - Ashley D.
This community is nothing like any other community in Maury Co! A wide variety of home plans, spacious yards, resort pool, dog park and walking trails. Only 5 minutes to restaurants, shopping, movie theater and 20 minutes to Cool Springs/Franklin area. Come see me at the Lennar model and see how Lennar can simply your life with Everythings Included features, and all of homes are Wifi Certified powered by Amazon! - Tracy M.
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