Spring Creek Farms D.R. Horton

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Spring Creek Farms

Spring Creek Farms is a scenic community located about a mile away from Chapel Hill, TN just off Highway 31A. The local schools are only 1.3 miles or a five minute drive from the community. Chapel Hill offers a comfortable, scenic lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of more congested areas, but still within a reasonable commuting distance to both employment and shopping opportunities. Interstate 65 is approximately a 20 minute drive from Spring Creek Farms and offers quick access to Spring Hill and Franklin among others. Nashville is also easily accessible using I-65. Nearby recreational opportunities can be found at Henry Horton State Park.

Community Information

Sunday - Saturday By Appointment Only
Contact Info
Brooke Sikorski
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Carrie Calvert
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Nick McDonald
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  • Pool
  • Cabana
  • HOA
  • Sidewalks

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School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Chapel Hill Elementary School

Public | K-3

0.5 mi.
School Name Distance

Delk-Henson Intermediate

Public | 4-6

0.6 mi.
School Name Distance

Forrest School

Public | 7-12

0.3 mi.

Nearby Communities (2)

River Forest

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Hampton Springs

Homes from the $338s
2,164 - 2,713 sq. ft.

Amenities: HOA, Pool

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Area Information



Welcome to Tennessee! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Nashville. D.R. Horton offers single-family homes, townhomes, and condos in this area, featuring one- and two-story homes all constructed with our spacious, open-concept floor plans. With homes available from Express, Emerald or D.R. Horton, we have a home for nearly every stage in life.

Providing the unique mix of breathtaking, mountain scenery and a vibrant, country-music culture, Music City offers plenty of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Whether you’re taking a nature hike with your kids at Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, enjoying a romantic evening in “The District”, or discovering local culture at one of the many artist studios in 5th Avenue of the Arts – the Nashville community offer a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.    


Cheatham County School District
Maury County Public Schools
Clarksville-Montgomery County School System
Rutherford County Schools
Williamson County Schools


Edwin and Percy Warner Parks: Collectively known as “The Warner Parks,” these two public parks, located nearly nine miles from downtown Nashville, make up 3,100 acres of forest and field space and attract nearly 1 million visitors annually with a wide array of outdoor recreational offerings including a nature center, dog park, multi-purpose trails, equestrian center and golf course.


The Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA): Serving riders in both Nashville and Davidson County, this public transportation agency offers an extensive fleet of buses and para transit services with nearly all routes serving Nashville’s downtown transit station, Music City Central — making it the largest agency in the nation to provide this type of localized service.


The District: This 20-block area of downtown encompasses both the culture and entertainment of this legendary “Music City” with an array of honky tonks, dive bars, live music and other staples of country music entertainment venues, packed within three historic districts.


5th Avenue of the Arts: Located off-Broadway and 5th Avenue in downtown Nashville, this celebration of local artistic culture features several visual art galleries aligning a historic block including The Arts Company, The Rymer Gallery, and Tinney Contemporary.