Moran Road runs east to west between Hillsboro Rd and Old Natchez Trace it crosses over the beautiful Harpeth River about 0.5 miles west of Old Hillsboro Rd. This half mile stretch of the road encompasses the River Rest development. After crossing over the Harpeth River heading west the properties turn into relatively large residential farms and equestrian properties with substantial luxury type homes. Moran Road become a road of distinction in 1997 when Alan Jackson build his home their on a 135 acre estate called “Sweet brier.” He later sold the property in 2010 for $28 million. Moran Rd has some of Tennessee’s most prominent horse farms that include polo, show jumping and hunt horse operations. Moran Road was recently repaved in 2013 and is a popular road for walkers, joggers and bikers due to its unprecedented beauty with its rolling hills and stone wall fences.
Moran Rd Estates
Moran Road s is often considered to be some of the most sought after real estate in Williamson County. A unique feature about the road is that some of the properties situated on both the north and south side of the road have Harpeth River frontage as the river does a big loop.
Lot Size Range from 2 acres to 135 acres
Max Price $28,000,000
Max Square Footage 14840
River Rest Development
Average Year Built 1976, Average Age 38 years
Max Square Footage 4355
Average Square Footage 3082
Max Sale Price Last 2 Years $496,000
Average year build 1977, Average Age 37 years
Max Square Footage 4169
Average Square Footage 2371
Max Sale Price Last 2 Years $398,000
Max Lot Size 1
Average Lot Size 0.12
Moran Rd Properties
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