Beau Beach, MBA CCIM presents:
Priced at just $7.50/SF to ensure a timely sale!
16.15 acres of flat land immediately next to the Burkitt Commons and Burkitt Place developments. Flexible development options include commercial and residential uses. All utilities available at the road. Traffic count exceeds 17,500 vehicles per day. Approx. 336′ feet of frontage with 2,045′ of depth. This is a two parcel assemblage. 7044 Nolensville Road (033 08301) is 5.4 aces. 7048 Nolensville Road (033 08302) is 10.75 acres. These parcels are located in Brentwood but controlled by Nolensville.
Zoned Commercial Regional (CR), the purpose of this district is to allow for larger-scale, heavy retail commercial uses to serve the town and the general area and that are better suited near a major arterial. Primary uses are large retail, accompanied by smaller retail, services, offices, and similar uses, etc.,
- Business Service
- Convenience store
- Day Care Centers
- Restaurant, Drive Through Fast Food restaurant w/ drive through
- Financial Institution
- Gasoline sales and or service as part of convenience store
- General retail
- Liquor store
- Medical Office
- Personal Service
- Professional Office
- Recreation, Commercial, Indoor
- Restaurants, grills, cafes, coffee houses and similar eating establishments
- Entertainment Facility
Permitted with Conditions:
- Community Center
- Communication or other tower
- Educational Facility
- Funeral Home
- Recreational and Athletic Facilities
- Religious Institution
- Retirement Center/Nursing Home
- Veterinary office
Developments including residential uses will need to be presented for approval as a “Planned District.” Click here for the process. Nolensville allows up to 6 units per acre. Nolensville recommends a mix of housing types with walkability integrated into the development and connection to neighboring developments along with a strong commercial presence at Nolensville Road.
3 and 4 story buildings with commercial on the bottom and residential on the top in addition to a sprinkling of townhomes are a popular option.
Nolensville also suggests mansion style apartments (looks like a beautiful big home, but it’s 8 apartments), cottage homes, or quads. Nolensville wants to be unique and stand out from it’s surrounding suburban cities.
Nolensville has very little age targeted development which may be an opportunity.
Developers asking for density beyond the existing zoning are being asked, What community asset are you bringing to us that we don’t have? Can you integrate a park? Can you donate to a ladder truck for the fire department?
Planning Director, Dianna Tomlin, is the best resource for zoning related inquiries (615-776-6693, Dtomlin@nolensvilletn.gov)
Priced at just $7.50/SF! We’ll prepare your offer and pay $500 of your legal fees.
The population of Williamson County was 247,726 as of the 2020 Census. The county seat is Franklin. Adjusted for relative cost of living, Williamson County is one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. Williamson County is part of the Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro- Franklin, TN Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Nolensville is a town in Williamson County with a population of 13,829 at the 2020 census.
- Price: $5,161,000 ($7.50/SF)
- Area: 16.15 acres
- Phone Number: 615-200-9330