April 22, 2021

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The 10 most expensive properties sold in Sumner County in 2020

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The top 10 homes sold in Sumner County last year add up to more than $21 million and come from all over the county, with properties located in Hendersonville, Gallatin, Castilian Springs and White House.

The Greater Nashville REALTORS® provided the biggest home sales reported in 2020 to The USA TODAY NETWORK-Tennessee. The county’s most expensive property sold for $3.2 million in January and included 4.5 acres of lakefront real estate.

As the Nashville-area continues to see steady growth, home prices have continued to rise throughout the Middle Tennessee region. Sumner County is also seeing this trend in real estate.

An open living area is a focal point in the Morgans Way home.

In 2020, the median home price in Sumner County was $319,000, up from $289,080 in 2019, according to Mitch Turner, communications director for the Greater Nashville REALTORS®.

Homes are also selling faster.

The average number of days a home spent on the market in Sumner County during the last year was 32, down from 36 in 2019, Turner reported.

The following list only includes homes that were listed on RealTracs. There may be other homes that were privately sold and not included in RealTracs. 

The living area of the Rozella Way home.

Here are the top 10 homes sold in Sumner County:

10: 1430 Rozella Way, Lot 412, in Gallatin

  • Price: $1,734,028
  • 4,289 square feet with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and one half bath
  • Perks: Owner-designed custom home in Fairvue Plantation, built to specifications, and scheduled to be complete in January of 2021.
  • Facts: Construction on the home is currently underway. It sold in August.

9: 2540 Long Hollow Pike in Hendersonville

Sumner County's ninth most expensive home is at 2540 Long Hollow Pike in Hendersonville.
  • Price: $1,715,000
  • 5,717 square feet with four bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one half bath
  • Perks: More than 22 acres, pool with four waterfalls, guesthouse, barn with fenced pastures. Main house includes a 2-story marble foyer with sweeping staircase, a main level owner’s suite and a granite kitchen. Guesthouse includes a kitchen, vaulted living area, bedroom, laundry and full bathroom.
  • Facts: The home was built in 2006. It sold in October.
A paneled office inside the Long Hollow Pike home.

8: 831 Plantation Boulevard, Lot 26, in Gallatin

  • Price: $1,759,164
  • 4,580 square feet with four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one half bath 
  • Perks: Owner-designed custom home in Fairvue Plantation, built to specifications, and scheduled to be complete in January of 2021.
  • Facts: Construction on the home is currently underway. It sold in August.

7: 2125 Centerpoint Road in Hendersonville

The formal dining room at the Centerpoint Road home.
  • Price: $1,885,000
  • 6,128 square feet with four bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one half bath
  • Perks: More than five acres of land, fully fenced, with an in-ground pool, barn, security gate and sprinkler system. The home features an entry foyer, balcony, covered porch, intercom system, security system, in-law quarters, smart thermostat, home network and media room.
  • Facts: The home was built in 2014. It sold in September.
The swimming pool, patio and outdoor entertaining space at the Centerpoint Road home.

6: 629 Tyree Springs Road in White House

  • Price: $1,899,500
  • 3,241 square feet with three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and one half bath
  • Perks: Nearly 50 acres within the city limits of White House with two barns, fenced for livestock. The home features a covered front porch and oversized covered patio along with a breakfast room, entry foyer and intercom system.
  • Facts: The home was built in 1993. It sold in November.
Sumner County's sixth most expensive home is at 629 Tyree Springs Road in White House.

5: 112 Bell Harbor Drive in Hendersonville

  • Price: $1,955,000
  • 5,357 square feet with five bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half baths
  • Perks: Fully fenced lakefront property with unobstructed waterfront views and a private dock in a gated community. The house includes a gourmet kitchen, home movie theater and a four-car garage. 
  • Facts: The home was built in 2018. It sold in October after 22 days on the market.
Sumner County's fifth most expensive home is at 112 Bell Harbor Drive in Hendersonville.

4: 1415 Rozella Way in Gallatin

  • Price: $2,040,000
  • 7,765 square feet with four bedrooms, five full baths and two half baths 
  • Perks: Lakefront property on “The Peninsula” in Fairvue Plantation includes a storm shelter, sprinkler system and security gate. The “all stone” home features two fireplaces, media room, balcony, covered patio, screened deck, balcony, entry foyer, security system and home network.
  • Facts: The home was built in 2007. It sold in September.
Sumner County's fourth most expensive home is at 1415 Rozella Way in Gallatin.

3: 2078 Morgans Way in Gallatin

  • Price: $2,850,000 
  • 6,046 square feet with four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half baths
  • Perks: Lakefront views, privacy with more than 10 acres of land, walls of windows, main level owner’s suite, home theatre, recreation and bonus room, guest rooms with balcony views, pool/guest house, salt water pool, screened porch with outdoor kitchen is surrounded by terrace with fire pit and theatre, dock, pole barn and four-car garage. 
  • Facts: The home was built in 2009. It sold in September.
Sumner County's third most expensive home is at 2078 Morgans Way in Gallatin.

2: 295 Lake Road in Castalian Springs

  • Price: $3,087,230
  • 1,503 square feet with two bedrooms and one bathroom on 128 acres
  • Perks: Property sits on Old Hickory Lake and includes 4,000 feet of lake frontage as well as an older farmhouse with barn, pond and a storage building.
  • Facts: The home was built in 1930. The property sold in July.
Sumner County's second most expensive home was at 295 Lake Road in Castalian Springs.

1: 200 Caudill Drive in Hendersonville

  • Price: $3,200,000
  • 576 square feet with one bedroom and one bathroom 
  • Perks: 4.49 acres of lakefront property with an in-ground pool and dock permit
  • Facts: The house was built in1969. It sold in January.
Sumner County's most expensive home was at 200 Caudill Drive in Hendersonville.

Reach Community News Editor Nicole Young at 615-306-3570 or [email protected]

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