Springfield TN Home Values
Springfield TN Home Values are constantly changing. For an accurate assessment of your home’s value, call or text 931-249-0514. Springfield is located near the South US41 and US 431. These are the major north-south highways running through Springfield, and both run southward to Nashville. US 41 runs north from Springfield to Cedar Hill and Adams.
Below are some fun things, to do, dining, and some market statistics you will find helpful about Springfield and Robertson County. Know as an agricultural community and “The Dark Fired Tobacco Capital” This small, yet mighty, community is strong in farming , family fun events, and love of the town they call home.
Bell Witch Guided Cave Tour
The historic Bell Witch Cave offers daytime tours of the cave May through Labor Day that the detailed accounts of the legendary Bell Witch and the Bell family with documents, pictures, books and genealogy of the Bell family on display. There are also special Halloween events running September through October with nighttime cave tours, haunted hayrides, psychic readings and concessions.
Highland Rim Speedway
Between Greenbrier and Ridgetop you can visit Highland Rim Speedway and see late model, open wheel, sportsman pro trucks, super-stock racing and more on weekends March through October.
Honeysuckle Hill Farm
Located outside o Springfield and close to Pleasant View, Honeysuckle Hill Farm offers school tours, festivals, corn mazes pumpkins, and many more family-fun events. It is a great fall hangout for families and they even offer event planning opportunities.
Fiddle Dee Farms
The GRAND BARN at Fiddle Dee Farms is now booking Weddings and Events. Call to schedule a tour of this one of a kind facility. There is nothing like it in all of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. This is the ultimate venue for your most special events and memory moments.
Red River Farms
Visit Red River Farms to pick fresh fruits. The farm specializes in farm fresh fruits and vegetables, assorted flowers and bedding plants, vegetable plants, pumpkins and fall decorations. It is also now an event venue with full catering of fresh farm products.
Springfield Public Square
The Springfield Public Square is a picturesque square with shops featuring the historic Robertson County Courthouse that was built in 1879 and since has been fully restored. The Springfield Parks and Recreation Department’s Greenway also runs through the downtown area.
Sumner Crest Winery
Visit this beautiful winery in Portland and walk through antique galleries or browse through the gift shop. Try local wines and enjoy tastings.
Thomas Drugs and Historic Main Street in Cross Plains
With more than 225 years of history, you can enjoy the experience of an old-fashioned drug store with an operating soda fountain, pharmacy and gifts. Also open for lunch. Contact: 615-654-3877
Dining options in Springfield are not short of great either, below are some favorite local eateries.
Depot Bar & Grill
For great steaks, a quick bite and yummy appetizers, the Depot will not disappoint. Springfield is known for its historic buildings that house new beginnings, and Depot is one of them. The building the Depot currently operates out of was built in 1922. At the time, it was built for The Brick Storehouse, a grocery store created by Mr. Elliott in his own yard. In 1943, Mr Elliott’s son, Otto, took over and changed the store’s name to Elliott’s. This local spot adjacent to railroad tracks is now know as The Depot Bar & Grill. Just a quick little hometown tip, come early as this venue fills fast and has limited dine in seating.
Torinos Greek & Italian Steakhouse
Visit Torino’s Greek & Italian Restaurant today for a great meal in a friendly, family atmosphere. The Torinos family and locally owned and operated restaurant has been offering delicious cuisine to the community since 1985. Have a drink before dinner in their relaxing, comfortable full bar. Torinos steaks are one of a kind, and their many pasta dishes will make you come back for more. The Pizza is outstanding and has been voted many times over best in Robertson County. You will find something for the whole family at Torinos, and it continues to be a favorite in the community!
JI Baldwin & Sons BBQ
If BBQ is your craving, enjoy one of the communities longest know BBQ spots! From great tasting BBQ, house made sauces, fixings, sides and pies, you and your tastebuds will come back for more. Baldwins is a family owned staple to the Springfield and Roberston County Community.
These are some of the top-rated public schools in Robertson County School District based on a variety of measures, including academic performance and equity.
Elementary: Greenbrier Elementary School, Jo Byrns Elementary School, White House Heritage Elementary School, Watauga Elementary School and East Robertson Elementary School.
Middle Schools: White House Heritage | Public, 7-12 | 952 students, Jo Byrns High School | Public, 6-12 | 587 students, Springfield Middle School | Public, 6-8 | 740 students, Jo Byrns Elementary School I Public, PK-5, 7 | 415 students, East Robertson High School | Public, 6-12 | 685 students
White House Heritage High School | Public, 7-12 | 979 students, Jo Byrns High School | Public, 6-12 | 567 students, East Robertson High School | Public, 8-12 | 539 students
The 2021 Housing market in Robertson County driven by Fervent buyer demand and driven by pandemic-induced changes to housing needs and preferences, reached extraordinary levels in 2021. The inventory of homes for sale remained low, as home seller activity did not rise proportionally to meet this demand. New construction activity, while strong, remains limited by a combination of material and labor shortages, rising material costs, and a regulatory and operational environment that makes it difficult to scale quickly. The strong seller’s market of 2020 continued and even strengthened in 2021, with inventory levels remaining low and multiple offer situations common across much of the housing market both locally and nationally. Multiple offers again drove prices significantly higher for the year.
Pending sales increased 17.9 percent, finishing 2021 at 58,943. Closed sales were up 5.2 percent to end the year at 52,890. Listings: Comparing 2021 to the prior year, the number of homes available for sale was lower by 61.2 percent. There were 4,889 active listings at the end of 2021. New listings decreased by 11.4 percent to finish the year at 60,815. Sales by Price Range: The number of homes sold in the $389,000 or more price range rose 46.6 percent to 22,975 homes. Homes sold in the $158,999 or fewer price range were down 50.0 percent to 1,039 homes.
Home prices were up compared to last year. The overall median sales price increased 16.2 percent to $360,000 for the year. Single Family home prices were up 17.6 percent compared to last year, and Townhouse-Condo home prices were up 16.8 percent. List Price Received: Sellers received, on average, 101.2 percent of their original list price at sale, an increase of 1.9 percent from last year. The 2021 housing market was once again strong both locally and nationally. Inventory shortages and high buyer demand continued to push home prices higher, with multiple offers on a limited number of homes the common theme in most market segments. This year looks to continue the trends seen in the last 18 months, pushing home prices higher still. As mortgage rates are likely to continue to rise over the year as well, housing affordability will remain an important factor to watch