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April 18th, 2014

Last Opportunity in Barclay Place – Franklin, TN

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The Georgetown V in Barclay Place, Franklin TN

 

The Georgetown V – 2003 Barclay Place Lane, Franklin TN

NEW PRICE – $469,900!

-All Brick 4 Beds, 2 1/2 Baths with the Master Bedroom on the main level

-Luxury Kitchen has Stainless Steel Appliances, Built-In Ovens, Granite Countertops, Custom Cabinets, Sand and Finish Hardwoods, a Walk-In Pantry, and a Huge Center Island

-Large Casual Dining area along with a Separate Formal Dining Room

-Private Study with French Doors -Two Story Great Room features a wall of Low E Windows, Gas Fireplace with Granite and Tile Surround, and TV Niche

-Large Bonus Upstairs with 3 Spacious Bedrooms and a Jack and Jill Bath

-Corner Homesite is Professionally Landscaped and Irrigated

-Incredible Outdoor Living has a huge patio and Bricked Fireplace

-2 Car Alley Load Garage

 

Call or email Kristin Hood at 615-428-6386 or khood@livejones.com to schedule a tour!

February 18th, 2014

YES! We do basements – both finished and unfinished!

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Basements now available in Barnes Bend and Sugar Valley

 

 JONES BASEMENTS ARE DIFFERENT THAN OTHER BUILDERS!

1. 9′ height for MORE HEADROOM

2. POURED Concrete Walls ensure stability and strength (Other builders use block walls)

3. BETTER “FINISH OUT” than other builders:

Barnes-Bend-and-Sugar-Valley

Our unfinished basements are already permitted space – ready to be finished.

Jones basement walls are already framed, doors and windows are installed, and bathrooms are roughed in.

With Jones, electric service is upsized if necessary to allow for finished basement.

AND MORE!

Contact Jeremy Malone at 615-831-0478

February 7th, 2014

The Jones Company Hires Jen Lucy as New Director of Sales

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Jones Company, a Nashville-based home builder, has added Jen Lucy to its team as Director of Sales. In her new role, Lucy will oversee day-to-day operations ofJen Lucy, Director of Sales at The Jones Company of TN the sales department, as well as train sales managers and associates.
Prior to joining The Jones Company, Lucy was a sales manager for Beazer Homes. She has also spent time throughout her career as a Sales Consultant at Fox Ridge Homes, Centex Homes and Pulte Homes, the HOA director for Pulte Homes, and a Mortgage Consultant for Evergreen Mortgage. She has expertise in new home sales, sales training, sales operations, marketing, and performance management.
Lucy earned her bachelor’s degree in Finance from Tennessee Technological University, and she earned her broker’s license last year.

 

About The Jones Company

The Jones Company, a Nashville home builder was founded by John E. Jones of St. Louis in 1927. The three-generation family owned and operated company offers a variety of home collections in all price ranges to meet diverse lifestyle needs. Known in the homebuilding industry as “the value leader,” the company’s in-house architectural department strives to find new ways to provide the best value to buyers. It is for this reason that many customers purchase two, three and even four Jones homes throughout their lifetime. In demonstrating this mission, every Jones home is backed by a one-year warranty on workmanship and materials and a 10-year guarantee on major structural components. The company is proud to have a history of community involvement, including a decade of projects with Habitat for Humanity.

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The Jones Company of TN

January 31st, 2014

Jones Co. will build neighborhoods in College Grove and Fairview

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The Jones Co. this week announced plans for two Williamson County neighborhoods: Falls Grove in College Grove and Heartland Reserve in Fairview.

Falls Grove will be developed by Natelli Communities, a Maryland-based company that has developed communities for more than 25 years, Falls Grove from The Jones Company of TNprimarily in the mid-Atlantic region. Falls Grove will be Natelli Communities’ first project in the Nashville market. Falls Grove homes will feature The Jones Co.’s manor collection homes, range from 2,600 to 4,200 square feet and be priced from the $390,000s. The neighborhood will be across the street from The Grove golf course and will offer a multimillion dollar amenity center set to include a pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, walking trails and playgrounds.

Construction is under way for the Falls Grove model home and a few market homes. Floor plans, photos and options can be found at http://liveatfallsgrove.com/.

 

Heartland Reserve from The Jones Company of TNHeartland Reserve will feature The Jones Co.’s premiere collection homes. The homes ranging from about 2,600 to 3,000 square feet and be priced from the $250s. Heartland Reserve is about 20 minutes from downtown Nashville and is close to three golf courses as well as the 800-acre Bowie Park with bike trails.

Floor plans, photos and options can be found online at http://www.livejones.com/home.

 

Source: http://www.tennessean.com/article/20140130/WILLIAMSON/301300116/Jones-Co-will-build-neighborhoods-College-Grove-Fairview

 

January 8th, 2014

Nashville home sales finish 2013 strong

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from the Nashville Business Journal:  http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/blog/2014/01/nashville-home-sales-finish-2013-strong.html

 

Home sales in the Nashville area were up 13.7 percent in December compared to a year ago, putting an exclamation point on the best year for local home sales since 2007.

According to the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors, 2,441 homes were sold in December, up from 2,147 in 2012. It marked the area’s best-performing December since 2006.

“Each county included in our data experienced an increase in residential closings and median price, and more than half saw similar increases in condominiums,” Hagan Stone, GNAR president, said in a news release. “For the first time since 2007, closings for the year exceeded 30,000 units. This tops pre-recession numbers and sets up a great beginning for 2014.”

Nashville Business Journal
The Nashville area ended the fourth quarter with 7,197 closings, up 8 percent from a year prior. For the year, the Nashville area had 30,917 home closings, up 18.5 percent from 2012.

There were 2,032 sales pending at the end of December, up from 1,857 a year ago. The average home sold in December had been on the market for 73 days.

The median price of a single-family home sold in December was $198,838, up from $187,900 a year ago. The median price of a condo sold last month was $156,122, up from $149,178.

The total inventory of homes, condos and lots in the Nashville area stood at 13,580 at the end of December, down from 15,054 a year ago.

“Trends going into the new year are positive and very encouraging to Realtors in the Greater Nashville and Middle Tennessee area. Our region is showing healthy signs of stability, something we shouldn’t take for granted,” Stone said.

“Though prices are rising, homebuyers should not be discouraged, it is still a great time to buy a home,” Stone said. “It’s also a great time to sell a home. The Greater Nashville area has about a five-month supply of inventory. Single-family homes and condominiums have about a four-month supply. Ideally, we’d like to have six-to-eight months available.

“As inventory remains low, those well-maintained and properly marketed homes are leaving the market quickly and at prices beneficial to buyers and sellers.”

December 20th, 2013

Habitat for Humanity caps year with its 140th home

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SPRING HILL — Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County dedicated its 140th home on Dec. 6 to Frank Lemus, just in time for the family to celebrate Christmas in their new residence.

Lemus has worked at Lasko Products in Franklin for six years as a welder on the manufacturing line. He is a single dad, and he and his son, Frankie, have been living in a small apartment with a tiny kitchen and no outdoor yard space. Frankie loves to play outside, and Frank worries about his safety. Their new home is on a cul-de-sac in Spring Hill. It has a spacious yard and will provide them with security and plenty of room to play.

“I am forever thankful for my beautiful home,” Frank Lemus said. “It’s been a pleasure meeting and

Frank Lemus looks at one of the new marble countertops in the bathroom.

Frank Lemus looks at one of the new marble countertops in the bathroom.

working with everyone at Habitat, and it’s good to know that I have such great people on my side as I journey into home ownership for the first time. It’ll change our lives in ways we never could have imagined.”

Each year since 2003, The Jones Company has partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to build a home for a local, hard-working family. This, the organization’s 10th home, was built in partnership with Crye-Leike Realty.

“It’s important for The Jones Company’s team to give back to the community by designing and building beautiful homes for deserving families,” Kenneth Stricker, the company’s CEO, said in a press release announcing the dedication.

Habitat launched its Building New Traditions program in 2007. It’s a four-year, $5,796,000 affordable homeownership initiative under which Habitat worked to improve the architectural style of its homes, acquire and develop both residential lots for individual homes and residential tracts for small distinctive Habitat neighborhoods in Williamson County, and build and sell 46 affordable Habitat homes in the county.

“For the last 10 years, the Jones Company has worked with Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to provide local, hard-working families with our philosophy of ‘a hand up, not a handout,’ through our zero-interest mortgage and homeownership program,” said Becket Moore, executive director of Habitat for Williamson County. “From the donation of their architectural services to redesigning our home plans to sponsoring a whole home each year, the Jones Company has been making a real and measurable difference in the lives of local families. We here at Habitat, and all those we serve, are truly blessed by their ongoing partnership.”

 

Source: http://www.tennessean.com/article/20131220/WILLIAMSON01/312200069/Habitat-for-Humanity-caps-year-with-its-140th-home?nclick_check=1

 

December 5th, 2013

Habitat for Humanity Home Dedication Ceremony Set for this Friday, Dec. 6

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The Jones Company’s 10th Habitat Home Complete in Time for Lemus Family to Have a Home for the Holidays

NASHVILLE, Tenn.The Jones Company, a Nashville-based home builder, has completed its tenthFrank Lemus Habitat for Humanity home for Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County. The project is in partnership with Crye-Leike and will allow Frank Lemus and his 5-year-old son Frankie to move in to their brand new home in time for the
holidays. A dedication ceremony for the Lemus family will take place on Friday, Dec. 6 at 3 p.m.

“It’s been a dream of mine to be able to provide my son Frankie a happy home that has a yard to play in,” said Frank Lemus. “He’s been showing some interest in tee ball and our apartment didn’t have a good spot for him to play. I can’t wait to be able to spend some time in the yard together.”

WHAT: Dedication Ceremony of Lemus family’s Habitat for Humanity home

WHO: The Jones Company, Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Crye-Leike

WHEN: Friday, Dec. 6 at 3 p.m.

WHERE: 1804 Daniel Court, Columbia, Tenn. 38401

For more information on the Jones Company and additional properties, visit LiveJones.com.

About The Jones Company
The Jones Company, a Nashville home builder was founded by John E. Jones of St. Louis in 1927. The three-generation family owned and operated company offers a variety of home collections in all price ranges to meet diverse lifestyle needs. Known in the homebuilding industry as “the value leader,” the company’s in-house architectural department strives to find new ways to provide the best value to buyers. It is for this reason that many customers purchase two, three and even four Jones homes throughout their lifetime. In demonstrating this mission, every Jones home is backed by a one-year warranty on workmanship and materials and a 10-year guarantee on major structural components. The company is proud to have a history of community involvement, including a decade of projects with Habitat for Humanity.

About Crye-Leike, Realtors
Harold Crye and Dick Leike established Crye-Leike, REALTORS in 1977. Today, Crye-Leike®, the nation’s 6th largest real estate company, has a network of more than 3,000 licensed sales associates based out of more than 120 corporate and franchise offices located through-out the nine-state southern region of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

About Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County
Since 1992, Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County (HFHWC) has partnered with local churches, businesses, foundations, and the public sector to provide 138 hard-working, low-income Williamson and Maury County families with the opportunity to purchase their own homes. Home construction and neighborhood development is funded through tax-deductible financial contributions and in-kind donations from high school students, local businesses, churches, civic organizations, and individuals, as well as through profits generated from the affiliate’s ReStore. These contributions, along with the labor of sponsor employees, church members, and other volunteers, enable Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to build and sell homes to families who qualify. Applicants are selected to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County based on three criteria: the need for housing, the ability to pay the mortgage, and the willingness to partner. After a thorough qualification process, partner families must earn up to 500 hours of “sweat equity” by completing a homebuyer’s education program, working on others’ homes and their own home. HFHWC sells the homes at cost and does not charge interest on the mortgage loan, which makes the payments affordable. For more information about our homeownership program, please visit our website at www.habitatwilliamson.org.

December 3rd, 2013

The Jones Company Announces Homes in the High-Demand Watkins Creek Neighborhood

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The Monticello in Watkins Creek 

12 Home Sites Available in Franklin Area

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) December 02, 2013

The Jones Company, a Nashville-based home builder, has 12 home sites available in Franklin’s Watkins Creek neighborhood.

Watkins Creek homes are priced in the $500s and range from about 3,200 to 4,200 square feet. The homes are available in multiple sizes, floor plans, and customizable options. The community, located in Franklin, is conveniently located to I-65 and Franklin amenities. It offers home sites just shy of half an acre to families at a great value.

“This area of Franklin is a prime location and in high demand for families looking for a lovely private home site in a beautiful rural setting,” said Kenneth Stricker, The Jones Company CEO. “The neighborhood’s proximity to historic downtown Franklin, as well as to I-65 and downtown Nashville is a great asset for the Watkins Creek neighborhood.”

Watkins Creek homes are now for sale, with additional information including floor plans, photos and options available at LiveJones.com.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/11/prweb11355383.htm

November 21st, 2013

Quick Move in Homes from The Jones Company in Spring Hill

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Visit Tony James at our two fabulous Spring Hill Communities this weekend: Belshire and Wade’s Grove!

Call Tony at 615-916-0066 for a tour.

 

Wade’s Grove Community

 

2013 Keiser Street, Spring Hill 37174

The Russell  -  2013 Keiser Street, Spring Hill, TN – mls 1495374 - 4 beds, 2 1/2 baths – $278,000

 

3012 Sommette Drive - Spring Hill TN 37174

The Madison – 3012 Sommette Drive, Spring Hill, TN – mls 1495586 - 4 beds, 2 1/2 baths – $288,000

 

 

Belshire Community

 

4015 Pendleton Drive, Spring Hill TN, 37174

The Georgetown IV – 4015 Pendleton Drive, Spring Hill, TN – mls 1472657 - 4 beds, 3 1/2 baths – $359,300

 

4010 Pendleton Drive - Spring Hill 37074

The Manchester III – 4010 Pendleton Drive, Spring Hill, TN – mls 1495618 - 3 beds, 3 baths – $304,539

 

 

Directions to Belshire in Spring Hill:

From Nashville, take I-65 South to 840 West via Exit 59B. Continue, following the signs to Spring Hill/Hwy. 31. Turn left on HWY 31 (Columbia Pike). Travel approx. 4.2 miles and turn right on Belshire Way.

November 12th, 2013

The Jones Company to build 10th Habitat for Humanity Home

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Each year since 2003, The Jones Company has had the pleasure of partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to build a home for a local, hard-working family. This year marks the ten year anniversary and also the 10th home built in conjunction with Crye-Leike Realty.

Beginning in 2006, The Jones Company’s architectural design team redesigned the exteriors of the Habitat homes, to keep the historical styles of existing Williamson County homes. These award-winning designs have added character to streetscapes of Franklin and surrounding area Habitat neighborhoods.

“For the last 10 years, the Jones Company has worked with Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to provide local hardworking families with our philosophy of a hand up, not a handout, through our zero-interest mortgage and homeownership program,” said Becket Moore, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County.  “From the donation of their architectural services though redesigning our home plans to sponsoring a whole home each year, the Jones Company has been making a real and measureable difference in the lives of local families. We here at Habitat, and all those we serve, are truly blessed by their on-going partnership.”

A small selection of Habitat Homes in Williamson County:

Habitat Homes with The Jones Company

 

The Jones Company employees have always played a big part with the construction of these homes. Volunteers line up to help, not only from the Construction field, but also from the Office and Sales Team. It brings such joy to know that you play a special role in contributing to the happiness that a Habitat home will bring to a deserving family. It’s hard work but well worth it! 

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