November 27, 2007

Tanya Tucker's 500-acre Estate to become a Golf Community

An Ohio developer plans to turn country music star Tanya Tucker's former estate into a 500-home, golf course community.
Eagle Ridge Investments LLC bought the 500-acre tract in Williamson County for $11.5 million on April 27, according to county records.
The developer plans to build nearly 500 homes and an 18-hole public golf course on land that spans 743 acres in Arrington, says Matt Bryant, operations leader for Atwell-Hicks, the project's land development consultants. Arrington is 20 miles south of downtown Nashville.
The community is called Stillwater, and Tucker's home will be kept as the community clubhouse.
Developer D.J. Keehan has filed preliminary plans in Williamson County to give county planners a general idea about the community.
Detailed plans have not been filed and Keehan declined to comment.
The plans show 494 lots, ranging from 15,000 square feet to about 2.5 acres. At least half of the site will be preserved as open space.
Because the plan is in the concept stage, planning director Mike Matteson says his staff has not reviewed them to see if they meet county regulations.
Atwell-Hicks is also working with the developer to design an on-site wastewater treatment plant to serve the community. Entrances to the community will be off Patton Road, Cox Road and Horton Highway.
(Nashville Business Journal - November 16th)

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