77 homes sold in Canterbury during the first half of 2016, making it the most active neighborhood by sales in Thompsons Station. The average price of homes sold during that period of time was $353,957, and the average size was 2492 square feet. The list price to sale price ratio for that time period was 100%, so bring your buyers agent, you won’t get a discount for working with the listing agent, you will just get to pay more for things you didn’t need. The average price per square foot for homes sold was $143, about 10% lower than you would expect at Ladd Park, and about 10% more than you would expect to pay in Wades Grove.
People are usually attracted to Canterbury because of the favorable price for a new home in comparison to Franklin, while still enjoying the great schools and low taxes of Williamson county. Canterbury homes are built by Goodall, Celebration, and on the higher end Shaw. Ford had built some homes in Canterbury in the past so you may find one in the resale market.