The benefits of our Homeowners Association:


One of the best things about living in Southern Springs is you can relax knowing your community will keep on looking as beautiful as the day you first saw it. That's because your Homeowners Association (HOA) dues help pay for maintaining your community's common areas and amenities. Not only does that help protect your property values, it ensures you'll always be proud to call Southern Springs your home.


Items covered by the HOA

Lawn Maintenance

· Regular Mowing

· Fertilization

· Weed Control

· Leaf Removal
 

Access to Amenities (coming 2019)

· Fitness Center

· Aerobics Area

· Ballroom & Meeting Area

· Indoor Lap Pool

· Resort-Style Outdoor Pool

· Tennis Courts

· Pickle Ball Courts

· Tot-Lot

· Multi-Purpose Sidewalk

· Dog Park

· WIFI in the Clubhouse
 

Ground Maintenance

· Landscape Maintenance for Common Areas

· Walking Trail Maintenance

· Irrigation Maintenance

· Pond Maintenance
 

Other Recreation

· Pools

· Tennis Courts

· Pickle Ball Courts

· Dog Park
 

Utilities

· Irrigation—Select Common Areas & Plant Beds

· Electricity—Street Lighting & General Usage
 

General Maintenance & Repairs

· General Maintenance of Common Areas & Grounds

· General Maintenance of Amenity Center
 

Reserves

· Deferred Maintenance

· Repair & Replacement

  

Professional Service

· Association Management

· Lifestyle Management

· Accounting Services

What is Southern Springs by Del Webb and who is the developer? 
Southern Springs is an active adult community for people ages 55 and better and is being developed by PulteGroup

Why this location? 
Nashville ranks in the top 25 best places to live in the U.S for 2016, according to U.S. News.  Many of the reasons include no state income tax on earned wages,  leading health care facilities, professional sports teams, central location—being within a days drive of over half the U.S. population & Nashville international airport, 4 seasons,  and of course, music an entertainment. 

What is the average temperature?
January Average High: 47°F
July Average High:  89°F

Is there a golf course in Southern Springs?
No.  However, the King’s Creek Golf Course is within 1 mile of the community entrance. 

How do I determine my property taxes?
Property taxes in the state of Tennessee are due and payable beginning October 1st through the last day of February of each year.  Taxes are separated into Maury county taxes and City of Spring Hill. 

Tax Example: House & Lot assessed at $375,000
Maury County Tax:
$375,000 / 4% assessment ………………………..$93,750
$93,750 x .02815 (millage rate) …………………….$2639.06

Spring Hill City Tax:
$375,000 / 4% assessment ………………………..$93,750
$93,750 x .005927 (millage rate)…………..…..$555.65

Net Taxes Due ………………………………………..$3,194.71

Can I purchase a home for my mother or father?
Yes, as long as one person residing in the home is 55 or better.

How do you legally restrict the age of a community?
The housing for older person act of 1995 (HOPA) derived from the Fair Housing Act. 

How many homes are planned for Southern Springs?
The minimum number of homes planned is 600+. This number may change.

Can children and grandchildren visit Southern Springs?
Absolutely!  Children and grandchildren under the age of 19 are welcome (certain restrictions apply), however, they cannot live here permanently. 

Where are the closest medical facilities?
Tri-Star ER & Spring Hill Physicians Practice, 1.3 Miles
Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center, 2.6 Miles
Vanderbilt Bone & Joint, 4 Miles
Maury Regional Center, 2.6 Miles
Williamson Medical Center, 16.5 Miles
Walgreens, Target Pharmacy & Optical Center, 3 Miles

Can I drive a golf cart in Southern Springs?
Yes! Golf carts can be driven in Southern Springs as long as they meet the safety guidelines.

Low & medium-speed vehicles can be titled and registered in Tennessee as long as they meet the speed, safety, and on-road requirements.  For details visit www.tn.gov/revenue.
Low-speed vehicles: top speeds between 20-25 mph; are permitted on roads with speed limits less than 35 mph, but may cross streets exceeding this limit; and require a Low-Speed Vehicle Affidavit, title, & registration.
Medium-speed vehicles: top speeds between 30-35 mph; are permitted on roads with speed limits of 40 mph or less, but they may cross streets exceeding this limit; and require a Medium Speed Vehicle Affidavit, title & registration.
Street Legal Golf Cart Safety Requirements:
Headlamps, Stop Lamps, Front & Rear turn signal lamps, Tail lamps, Reflex reflectors, one red on each side near the rear and one on the rear, one exterior mirror on the drivers side and one additional mirror (passenger or interior), parking brake, windshield that confirms to the federal motor vehicle safety standard on glazing materials,  seat belts located at each seating position, Vehicle ID Number. 

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HOA is managed by:

Natalie Banie

278 Franklin Road, Suite 140

Brentwood, TN 37027