The unincorporated community of Arrington, including Triune and areas east to the Rutherford County line, in May continued to show the highest median home price in Williamson County.
The $727,450 median price is influenced by new construction in upscale subdivisions such as Kings Chapel, and only reflects six closed sales, according to monthly statistics from the Williamson County Association of Realtors.
Brentwood, the more typical median price leader, showed a median sale price of $716,000 based on a robust 90 closed sales during May. In the College Grove Zip code, which includes most of southeast Williamson County, 10 closed sales resulted in the third-highest median price, $558, 750.
Rounding out the May medians were $525,000 in Franklin with 215 sales, $513,248 in Nolensville with 62 sales, $398,250 for Thompson’s Station with 52 sales, $354,332 in Spring Hill with 71 sales, and $265,000 in Fairview with 29 sales.
Homes sold most quickly in Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station, where both communities had an average days on the market for homes of 22 day. Arrington homes averaged 102 days on the market before selling.
Countywide, Williamson’s overall average price was $567,096 calculated on 542 sales. The county’s median price was $499,950. 22 condominiums were sold in May at a median price of $262,250, staying on the market an average of only 11 days.
Davidson County in May averaged $384,602 on 1,032 home sales. In Maury County 155 homes changed hands for an average price of 253,798.