See numbers at Thompson’s Station, 37179

Each Sunday, The Tennessean highlights a different zip code, as we strive to educate readers and help them navigate Middle Tennessee’s hot real estate market.

Thompson’s Station in Williamson County sits 25 miles south of Nashville amid lush countryside. The Hot Zone has several new host communities.

Thompson's Station places great importance on the preservation of natural resources, as well as local history.  Preservation Park was once part of the Battle of Thompson Station and the majority of it is maintained in a land trust with the state, but also provides a regional greenway.

The reconstructed train depot at Thompson Station sits alongside the railroad tracks that run through the town. The town is also home to Deer Run camps and retreats.

The historic attraction includes the 200-acre Preservation Park and Homestead Manor, a Civil War battle site.

In numbers, here’s what’s up in 37,179 according to data from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.

House prices are soaring

Throughout the year February 7, 2020-Feb. As of 7, 2021, the median sale price for a 37179 home was $462,478. During the same period in 2021-22, the median sale price jumped to $569,924.

Houses are moving fast

Homes spent an average of 30 days on the market from February 7, 2020 to February 1. 7, 2021. Homes spent an average of 38 days on the market last year.

Decline in closures

The current inventory of 37179 is 23 houses. During the 2020-’21 period, home buyers closed 598 homes. Last year, homebuyers closed 505 homes.

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