Over the past decade, the greater Hendersonville and Gallatin region has become one of the fastest growing areas in Tennessee. Offering outstanding schools, a vibrant retail base and easy access to Old Hickory Lake, there is no better place to call home.
Our community is also blessed with a diverse array of housing options offered by several different local and national builders. From standalone homes to luxury townhouses to lifestyle communities, there is something for everyone at any stage of life.
Some of the finest neighborhoods in our area are being developed by Southeastern Building Corporation. Led by veteran builder David Luckey, Southeastern is an award-winning, family-owned company that is known for constructing high quality homes and for providing its customers with superior customer service.
“We are a local company that cares about our community,” says Heather Petrocci, Director of Real Estate for Southeastern. “Our team members all live here, work here and want our customers to be happy.”
While Southeastern is a production builder, the company does not turn out “cookie cutter” homes. Every new home, regardless of design, features some degree of customization that helps differentiate it from similar styles in the same neighborhood.
“We use some common floorplans, but we tweak every home to make it special,” adds Heather. “Our quality and our attention to detail makes us stand out from other builders.”
Currently, Southeastern is currently building in 6 different locations throughout the area. Two of their largest and most popular developments are the Courtyard Homes at Kennesaw Farms in Gallatin and Wynbrooke in Hendersonville. Both of these neighborhoods are lifestyle communities that offer their residents a variety of amenities, such as pools, clubhouses and pocket parks.
“In years past, many people preferred large 3,000+ square footage homes on large lots, says Heather. “However, these days there is a trend toward downsizing and most buyers want smaller homes built in close-knit, lifestyle communities. Wynbrooke and Kennesaw Farms are perfect choices for these customers.”
While there are some similarities in home design between the two developments, Wynbrooke and Kennesaw Farms are targeted at different types of home buyers.
“Wynbrooke is very popular with first-time home buyers and families with school-age children,” says Heather. “They are particularly attracted to this neighborhood due to its proximity to the Station Camp school complex.”
Although some families with children do reside in Kennesaw Farms, it is more oriented toward empty nesters and people looking to downsize.
“Kennesaw Farms is a perfect choice for people seeking to simplify their lives,” says Heather. “Featuring lots of community amenities, low maintenance and nearby upscale retail shops and restaurants, it represents the epitome of low-stress living.”
All in all, David, Heather and the entire Southeastern team are committed to customer satisfaction. Per their corporate slogan, Southeastern’s goal is to help their customers “Dream Big. Live Better.”
Courtyard Homes at Kennesaw Farms – Kennesaw Blvd. at Nashville Pike, Gallatin
The Courtyard Homes at Kennesaw Farms are one of three different communities contained within historic Kennesaw Farms. Each single-family home is located on scenic, landscaped streets and features a hidden garage with rear alley access. Professional lawn care services are provided by the homeowner’s association, reducing homeowner worries about upkeep.
There are 12 different floor plans available, equally divided between two separate categories – “Preakness” and “Derby.” Preakness series homes tend to be larger, with floorplans ranging from 2,017 to 2,505 square feet. Preakness pricing begins at $299,900 and goes up to $347,900.
The Derby series homes tend to be smaller, with floorplans ranging from 1,952 to 2,313 square feet. Derby pricing begins at $286,900 and goes up to the low $300’s.
Standard features include hardwood flooring, ventless fireplaces, maple kitchen cabinets, granite kitchen counter tops and raised vanities with double sinks.
Wynbrooke – Wynbrooke Trace at Saundersville Road, Hendersonville
Wynbrooke is conveniently located off Saundersville Road, just minutes from the Station Camp school complex, the Streets at Indian Lake and the Hendersonville Greenway. The community is home to a wide range of amenities, including a pool, clubhouse and underground utilities.
There are 11 different floor plans available, ranging from 2,008 to 2,863 square feet. Pricing begins at $330,000 and goes up to the high $300’s.
Standard features include hardwood flooring, ventless fireplaces with marble tile, maple kitchen cabinets, granite kitchen counter tops and brushed nickel plumbing fixtures in the master suite.
Southeastern Building Corporation
1000 Kennesaw Blvd.,