New Brentwood Subdivision to Boast Weather-Proof Homes
A subdivision full of weather-proof homes is coming to Brentwood. The houses are supposed to resist earthquakes, winds, fire and even floods. The Tennessean broke the story of this forthcoming subdivision recently.
The subdivision’s developer, Leader in Green Assets, are creating an entire subdivision for these unique houses. The community isn’t yet named but they hope to have a model home by this summer. The model will sit on 60 acres on Bluff Road near the Governors Club. It sits on the Davidson County side of Brentwood.
These houses will be a lot different than “normal” houses, but you won’t be able to tell from the outside. They’ll be made of steel instead of wood and magnesium oxide instead of drywall. These weather-proof homes will look like traditional luxury homes and will still have nice hardwood floors and other upgrades. The difference is you’ll have peace of mind that your home is solid and could possibly resist a natural disaster.
According to the newspaper, the subdivision will be done in phases of 10 acres until it’s complete. They’ll vary in size and price. Homes will start at 2,800 square feet and will start at $599,000. The prices will range and go up more than a million dollars. They’ll each also have their own little piece of property with yards from a half acre to two acres.
Read more about this new subdivision on The Tennessean’s website. If you’d like to hear more about the homes after this summer, contact a Synergy Realty Network agent.