A beautiful, new neighborhood near downtown Franklin was announced by Carbine & Associates, Nature’s Landing, named for its pretty location, scenic city homesteads surrounded by woods and meandering water.  Take a look at this drone video tour.

New Franklin Neighborhood – Nature’s Landing

With 16 acres of green space bordered by Donelson Creek and the Harpeth River, the new neighborhood will have a total of 32 city homesteads with the design of the first three Carbine homes to include a black farmhouse. In this Tennessean interview, Carbine’s VP of Operations, Daryl Walny, said peace and privacy are the top amenities for home buyers in 2019 with this new neighborhood surrounded by nature.

Daryl Walny, Vice President of Operations, Carbine & Associates

Dary Walny, vice president, Carbine & Associates

“In many new neighborhoods, existing mature trees are scarce.  Carbine is planting over 400 additional trees. Nature’s Landing will be a natural oasis convenient to downtown Franklin,” Walny said. “The streetscape rendering reflects charming Modern Farmhouses and an English Country style home.  We’re finding new home owners – who want fresh architecture, modern amenities and convenience  – love this new neighborhood.”

Nature’s Landing will be heavily landscaped with River Birch, Bald Cypress, Black Gum, Redbud and Southern Magnolias. City homesteads will range from 1/3 of an acre to one acre, with home prices beginning in the $800,000s. Construction is slated to begin immediately.

“For me, a homestead is a place where your family is wrapped by nature with enough land for privacy and a possible garden, while being moments from city conveniences, shopping, and schools,” Walny said.  “This neighborhood is zoned for nationally recognized schools.”

Nature's Landing, Streetscape Rendering, Ben Johnson

The streetscape rendering for Carbine’s new Nature’s Landing neighborhood off Lewisburg Pike in Franklin, shows homes surrounded by trees, community sidewalks and beautiful Modern Farmhouse inspired exteriors. (Rendering by Ben Johnson)

Why Live In A Boutique Community?

Brian Grace, a Carbine client living in pretty Water Leaf neighborhood of Franklin, shared with the Tennessean his family’s love of the small-town experience of living in a boutique community.

“Coming from a place with all the amenities, we truly did realize what we were missing…We don’t really miss the crazy summer pool hours, or pool closures, or the over-burdening restriction of a HOA. However, we do immensely enjoy the privacy, flexibility and friendship of our new neighbors,” Grace said.

Nature's Landing, White Modern Farmhouse, Carbine & Associates.

Construction Beginning Immediately

A number of the homesteads will have walkout basements. The neighborhood has community sidewalks and a footbridge connecting to the adjacent Moore Elementary recreational spaces.  Homes under contract immediately will have the advantage of customizing exterior and interior finishes.  Contact the listing agents, Beth Sturm and Kristen Carbine, PARKS Realty, at 615- 620-7161 for more information.

Nature's Landing, Black Farmhouse, Carbine & Associates, Rendering by Ben Johnson

Carbine is developing Nature’s Landing and will be building a popular black farmhouse in the boutique community located near downtown Franklin. (Rendering by Ben Johnson)