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🏠 Tomlinson Pointe is now open for sale

The new community offers stunning single-family homes starting in the $600s.

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The interior living room of a Toll Brothers home with white walls, a white rug, a wood coffee table, and blue chairs.

Enjoy one-stop shopping at the brand-new Toll Brothers Design Studio.

Photo provided by Toll Brothers

New luxury homes are now available in Mt. Juliet.

Tomlinson Pointe, a new single-family home community by Toll Brothers, is now open for sale.

Home buyers can choose from two modern + spacious design collections, each offering options for first-floor primary bedroom suites and additional living space personalization. These include:

Luxe finishes

High-end features come standard in both collections, with:

  • Granite or quartz countertops + 42-inch kitchen cabinets
  • Hardwood flooring
  • Designer finishes throughout
  • And so much more

🌳 Indoor-outdoor luxury

The good times continue when you step out your front door, with community amenities in every direction. Unwind in style with:

  • Outdoor pool for warm weather fun
  • Playground for little ones
  • Green spaces for picnics + walks with furry friends
  • Fire pits for socializing under the stars

🏡 Take a tour

Feel the elevated experience firsthand by visiting the professionally decorated, fully furnished McCourt model home, now open daily for tours.

Explore the community + schedule a tour

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