Magnificent Lynnville Farm

Status: Under Contract
Price: $2,300,000
Acres: 286.6 +/-
Type: Farms, Residential Property, Horse Property
Address: 0 Lynnville Rd
City, State: Lynnville, Tennessee
County: Giles
ZIP Code: 38472
Lat/Long: 35.3327, -87.0491
Agent: Dan McEwen
Dwelling Sq Ft: 5,091
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 4.5

Description

Lynnville farm is a desirable and

magnificent farm with its gently rolling lush pastures and shaded woods set in

the loveliest part of north Giles County near the charming village of

Lynnville. Secluded yet close to the major throughways, just one hour from

Nashville, it offers a uniquely private and serene country living on an

enchanted landscape of just under 300 acres. A dreamy paradise of teeming wildlife, birds

singing and frog and cicada chants. It has two authentic log and horse barns,

along with sheds and other outer buildings, dating from the time the property was

part of vast working farm two centuries ago.

The beautiful home, well centered on the luxuriant greens, was

originally built circa 1855 and has been lovingly restored by the present

owners twenty years ago. The famed New Orleans's architect, Malcom Beard, when

designing the large addition, tastefully blended Greek Revival with

contemporary styles, maintaining the grace and elegance of the original square

rooms with their moldings, working fireplaces, tall windows, and yellow poplar

flooring. The highest quality materials and fixtures were chosen to compliment

the new part with the old. Walls of French doors and windows bring in the

gorgeous outdoor landscape and fill the house with light and airiness, offering

an incomparable and magical daily experience.

There are paths and trails for longs walks or riding horses in the

dappled shade of the trees of the fragrant woods on the outer hills of the

property. There is a spring fed pond where a Canadian geese couple returns

every year to bring up a new family and where deer bring their fawns.

The children and guest quarters as well as the primary suite are

on separate levels, offering privacy to everyone. All can reunite on the center

level where the public spaces flow freely, from the large open hall with the

open kitchen, to the dining room, to the more formal living room and library.

The inviting large screened porch provides quiet for reading or plenty room for

a celebration party from Spring to Fall.

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Contact Broker

Dan McEwen

Email: dan@mcewengroup.com

Phone: (931) 626-0241

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