We believe your home should be a place of relaxation. It is the place you can retreat to renew your spirit and refresh your mind. It is our mission to create a sense of community, friendship, and pride among the residents of our neighborhood. Aintree Farms is a luxury equestrian gated community located in Southeast Shelby County bordering TPC Southwind and nestled in the beautiful city of Germantown, which was ranked number one of the "Best Places to Live" in Tennessee.
Aintree Farms is a magnificent professionally landscaped retreat with great fishing on more than 10 acres of lake dotted with beautiful fountains and a relaxing gazebo. The effort to preserve nature in and around the common grounds adds to both the beauty and tranquility of our neighborhood lifestyle. Aintree offers a beautiful clubhouse, swimming pool and spa, poolside gazebo, seasonal grill and kiddie pool. Other amenities include: a 24 stall barn horse barn with indoor/outdoor arenas, a walking trail, an outdoor playground, Pickle ball courts, tennis courts, a basketball court, and a fitness center filled with cardio equipment, free weights, sauna and steam room. The community setting and family events are just added benefits to our neighborhood. As soon as you enter through the Aintree gates and drive thru the community with its line towering pine trees and landscaping, you will know that you have arrived home! Take a virtual tour.
On behalf of the Aintree Farms Homeowner's Association, we would like to say thank you for visiting the website. We hope that the information on the site is useful to anyone thinking of making Aintree Farms their home.
For more information, please contact:
Gaby Spiegel, Property Manager, Office: (901) 748-3331, Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8am - 4pm; or by Appointment
Securely located away from the hustle and bustle of the Germantown Business district. The community entrance is on C.D. Smith Road - surrounded by a bridle path that extends east from Hacks Cross Road, just south of the railroad and then bends across the tracks to connect with Poplar Pike.