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Music City’s Business Woman’s Realtor, Michele Sliwa talks about what made her decide to move to Historic Nolensville in the Bent Creek Subdivision
Located in the rolling hills of northeastern Williamson County, Historic Nolensville combines small-town charm with accessibility to interstates and Cool Springs conveniences, making it the ideal location for the community of Bent Creek. Bent Creek is a new community with many new construction homes, but manages to keep its tranquility of rural living by providing residents with plenty of open space, walking trails, and an array of amenities. Those amenities include a community pool and cabana, over 5 playgrounds, and an event center, or "barn", for parties or gatherings. The builders maintain the allure of a wooded environment by leaving as many trees standing as possible when clearing lots for buildings. Miles of running and walking trails boast bubbling creeks, flower meadows and pocket parks that add to the rural country feel.
Here’s a little history lesson about Nolensville. William Nolen settled here in 1797. The clean creek water and abundance of game prompted him to build a log cabin home and farm for his family. The story goes that Nolen had intended to just travel through the area, but his wagon wheel got stuck and he decided to stay. Through the years, Nolensville has managed to celebrate its history, and the history of its founder, with the “Broken wpxwm Wheel” Festival and other family fun events. Along with the antique stores, the town also features and preserves historic buildings such as the Nolensville Methodist Church built in 1937 and a bed & breakfast called The Home Place, which was built in the early 1800s.
Bent Creek Subdivision in Nolensville, Tennessee gives it’s residents a community lifestyle with all the conveniences while making you feel like you are living in an upscale park.
About Michele Sliwa: Music City's Busienss Woman's Realtor, Michele Sliwa combines success in the fashion & event planning with her experience as a property manager to guide anyone through the perplexing maze of home building, selling, and buying. While working closely with builders and designers as her house was being built, it became apparent that Michele had an innate ability to understand complex proccesses and make smart decisions with ease; her builders and designers strongly suggested she become a realtor. Since then, Michele has perfected the art of real estate interpretation and communication and her clients value her ability to manage and clearly explain all of the moving peices of the buying, selling, and remodeling process. Michele successfully completed the Masters Business Agent program and is a New Home Specialist. Michele has the uncanny ability to spot trends in the market before many others do; this unique talent gives her and her clients a distinct edge. She is a self-professed foodie and amateur chef. Michele is passionate about art and music and volunteers for the Nashville Symphony and Nolensville Elementary School.