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Andy Holmes




A Murfreesboro resident since 1985 and a MTSU Business Management graduate, Andy Holmes has overseen the construction of over 600 home construction projects across the greater Rutherford County area.

During his time at Ole South Properties, Andy was in charge of large inventories of homes. By merging his skills from his roots of hand-crafted carpentry with his knowledge gained from production and custom home building, Andy has transformed his passion into an art form and enjoyed 15+ years in this industry.

He knew homeowners deserved a custom crafted house complete with their personal character. Andy’s unique ability to see past the blueprint and translate his passion for creativity into a home is a gift and skill unparalleled by any other. Through his vast network of home building professionals, Andy takes pride in utilizing the expansive talents of lifelong friends to bring your home to life.

Outside of his responsibilities at Holmes by Design, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife, Danielle, and their two sons Asher and Abel. You can often find Andy grilling, riding dirt bikes, fishing, wood working or at a concert.

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