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Where streams wend through rolling green hills, where lush woods and trees give way to fertile farmland, where elegant houses share land with peaceful wildlife, that’s where you’ll find Thompsons Station. Located between Franklin and Spring Hill off US Route 31, the beautiful rural community offers outstanding access to both I-65 and I-840, giving it the truly unique advantage of easy big-city access to Nashville, while preserving the small-town country way of life its residents so love.

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Where good country living in the hills of Tennessee meets big-city entertainment, employment, and education, that’s where you’ll find Thompsons Station. Use this page to discover beautiful Thompsons Station homes for sale today. See a home that you absolutely love? Please reach out to us to request a private tour.

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Spotlights of Thompsons Station

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Parks & Rec

Thompsons Station is proud to offer more open parkland than many towns much larger. In fact, it’s home to six local parks spanning hundreds of acres and offering truly outstanding amenities, such as a dog park, community garden, sports fields and courts, a community center, and miles of trails. The Alexander Trail even connects the Thompsons Station Park to Heritage Park. Plus, there are plenty of festivals, activities, and community events to enjoy year-round.

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New Developments

Thompsons Station is growing with new developments, like the recently-completed Thompsons Station Park, or the upcoming Greystone Quarry, an event complex on a reclaimed rock quarry which will feature ponds, waterfalls, event buildings, and an amphitheatre. Also in the works—Tollgate Village, a master-planned mixed-use residential and commercial development, and two residential communities, the Fields at Canterbury and Bridgemore Village.



Thompsons Station is perfectly position to take advantage of employment opportunities throughout Williamson County. Top employers of Williamson County include Cool Springs Galleria, Community Health Systems, Williamson Medical Center, Nissan North America, Verizon Wireless, HCA, Tractor Supply Co, and Comdata Corporation.


Public Education

Thompsons Station is served by Williamson County Schools, which was rated 10/10 by GreatSchools—the highest rating a district can achieve. Schools serving Thompsons Station include Heritage Elementary, Bethesda Elementary, Oak View Elementary, Heritage Middle, and Independence High.

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Shopping & Dining

Thompsons Station might be a small town, but all the amenities and conveniences you need are never far away. Just a mile south on US-31, you’ll find a major shopping center with two large grocery stores, a pharmacy, a Walmart, several restaurants, and more. Keep driving and you’ll find all the amenities and attractions of bustling downtown Spring Hill.

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Community Connection

The Thompsons Station Community Association is a volunteer group that helps to connect residents and better the community through preservation and community events, such as the Dog and Pony Show and the Tree Lighting. It also maintains the organic Community Garden and plans various projects, events, and activities throughout the year.

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Thompsons Station at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 5,194
Growth Since 2000: +134.7%
Zip Code: 37179
County: Williamson
Mean Home Price: $371,000


Travel & Commute

Spring Hill: 4 mi
Franklin: 14 mi
Nashville: 25 mi
Airports: Nashville Int’l (30 mi)
Major Roads: I-65, I-840, US-31, US-431

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Thompsons Station Real Estate Resources

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