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Old 11-29-2011, 07:20 PM
 
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What about the construction quality of the single homes? I would not buy anything that had not had a thorough home inspection. I would think that major issues would be uncovered during the inspection. I am considering buying a home in Lenox Village. I am currently doing research regarding the village.
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Old 01-10-2012, 09:22 AM
 
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Does anyone have recent information on Lenox Village? I have a friend interested in the area and the condos seem newer for what you're paying. I've heard a lot of people talk negatively about the construction, so I wanted to know about them, especially with some of them about to hit the 10 year mark pretty soon.
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Old 01-15-2018, 05:09 PM
 
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OK. I love Lenox Village. The HOA is very nice and have always been helpful. Construction quality is good, as good as any new home. I have friends who have a big home in Westhaven, Franklin, that has had to have dormers rebuilt, windows replaced because water was soaking the drywall in areas of the home, etc. This home in Westhaven was more than twice the cost of my Lenox Village home!

Home construction is a little sloppy everywhere. Let's face it, you couldn't afford to have a home built like they were 80 years ago. Most people don't take care of their homes and I, even in expensive developments. They stick super bright blue white LED bulbs in outside lights and think it looks fine. You can't buy good taste.

Lenox Village is great and affordable.
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Old 03-29-2018, 10:13 PM
 
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Does anyone have recent information on Lenox Village? I have a friend interested in the area and the condos seem newer for what you're paying. I've heard a lot of people talk negatively about the construction, so I wanted to know about them, especially with some of them about to hit the 10 year mark pretty soon.
I recently bought a townhouse in LV, did an inspection, found few issues, all minor except a leak in the roof (11y old) which I had HOA to fix before closing (they cover all the outside of the home). Area looks great, commute to/from Nashville downtown (~15 miles) takes 50min in rush hours.
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Old 07-06-2019, 07:56 PM
 
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Default Lenox Village Homes Questions

We are looking into purchasing a home in Lenox Village. Can anyone tell me if this location is considered safe, if the hoa is agreeable and if the traffic going into Cool Springs in the morning is bearable? We currently live in Spring Hill, Williamson County. After 18 years we are sick of this place.
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