Spectacular 198-acre Property on the TN & Duck River
Nashville and just 15 minutes north of Interstate 40 at exit 143.
This 198 acre estate is exclusively situated on a flowing
upland terrace where Duck River joins with the Tennessee River after a 284 mile
meander across middle Tennessee. It features two homes with approximately half
of the land in upland forested ridge with the balance in open, gently
undulating fenced pastures rolling underneath a landscape of well-established
orchards: two 100 year old pecan trees, 200 peach trees, 400 apple trees, pear
trees, grapes, muscadines, berries and varieties within every collection.
A Victorian home on the property originally built in 1890 is
a special connection to a thriving historic river port that gave this site the
name "Sycamore Landing" as it is still known today. The house frequently served
as an inn for travelers and presently serves a similar role as a vacation
rental, beautifully restored in 2014 by the current owners and featuring 3
bedrooms with 4 full bathrooms at 3,474 square feet.
From the highest point amongst a shade grove is a custom
home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms & 1 half bath. The 2,200 square foot
interior features crisp modern design with upscale amenities. A second story master
bedroom affords a spectacular view from behind a series of large glass doors
that tie into a balcony: a beautiful and permanent scene of water stretching
for two miles underneath the western skyline. The in-ground pool below beholds
this beautiful setting as well.
A small detached building situated in between the house and
barn is currently used as an office that would make a great converted guest
suite with large windows and a pretty stone fireplace. The barn itself is has
bay doors with plenty of room for equipment, vehicles & boats. Along with a
small detached building currently used as an office, these spaces have
potential for business operations with plenty of open space for future
buildings. From the barn one can trailer a boat and have it on the water in
minutes at a launch just a couple hundred yards down the hill, whereupon you
enter the federally protected shoreline and waters of Tennessee National
Wildlife Refuge spanning roughly 50,000 acres.
The beauty of this massive bend in the Tennessee River
offers access to world-class fishing, rare bird watching opportunities and
miles of unique riverine ecology. In addition, the quick access to this public
sphere allows you to take advantage of legally hunting deer and turkey on USFWS
property in addition to your own.