According to The Tennessean, the Lebanon City Council recently approved plans for Stoney Farms, a 1,200 home, 395-acre development to be built by Goodal Homes just east of Nashville. The housing types will include cottages, villas, and townhomes priced between $200,000-$400,000. Questions about increased traffic have already risen.

A traffic study for the project was done and Lebanon Planning Director Paul Corder said Goodall Homes has been agreeable to road improvements the city wants for the project. The property now is mainly farmland.

Lebanon Mayor Bernie Ash acknowledged it will be “quite a change,” for the area, but felt Goodall Homes has a good reputation that includes the StoneBridge community off Leeville Pike. The zoning approved allows for medium density, Ash said.

Goodall Homes hopes to start initial work in 2019, with vertical construction to begin in late 2020. The first phase is expected to be around 300 homes, Miller said.

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