House, 5 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 3.5+ Baths, (Sleeps 13-17)
About Tim Reddington
Business Consultant and Property Investor that has learned to love the style of the old mid-South. Our home in Russellville was remodeled into an early Victorian style prior to the civil war. We hope to perhaps retire there someday. 'They don't build them like this anymore.' We trust you will enjoy it as much as we do.
Tim Reddington purchased this House in 2006
Why Tim Reddington chose Russellville
The historic town is so well preserved, people in the area are great, you can literally walk to about everything in town, wake up to church bells, know your neighbors, etc. We really love Russellville and that whole area north of Nashville.
What makes this House unique
This is a one-of-a-kind historic home listed on the National Historic Register. It is like staying in a museum. Truly a unique home stay. Surrounded by other historic homes and historic spots like Shakertown, Jefferson Davis birthplace, and the bank that Jesse James robbed in unique, We love buying antiques, relaxing at home, reading up on how the home was historically significant during the civil war and other early victorian periods. In fact, A FORMER OWNER OF OUR HOUSE WAS SHOT BY JESSE JAMES AND LIVED (Nimrod Long was the owner between 1877-1881, then he and his wife gave it to his oldest son for $1 - shot by Jesse James Gang during a robbery of the bank March 20th 1868). You cannot get more unique than this home! Come and explore for yourselves.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
with prior written permission only
Minimum age of primary renter:25
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
I don't think my husband and I could have found a better place than the Stagecoach Inn for our family Christmas. Christmas morning was awesome with all 16 of us sitting in the parlor with the beautiful Christmas tree Tim and his wife put up for us ( thank you). The house is specious, there was plenty of room plus beds for all to spread out and for 8 kids to enjoy themselves inside and outside. The kitchen and kitchenware were more than adequate for preparing meals for a crew this large. Plenty of bathrooms furnished with nice towels and toiletries. The history of the house along with others in the neighborhood will blow your mind! Walking tours were enjoyed by all. Staying here was like going back in time with modern conveniences, beautiful! 2019 family Christmas will be remember by all!
We were glad to meet you and thrilled that you enjoyed your stay. I would suggest coming back again is warmer weather or even next Christmas. Blessings on you and your family this New Year! Tim & Diane
Gathered most of my family for Thanksgiving in your wonderful historic home. It was bittersweet since our elderly Dad (whom you met back in the summer when he and my Momma stopped by to see your home) - he is in the hospital in Bowling Green. We made the best of a difficult time and the convenience & location of your home helped to make our Thanksgiving blessing-filled & enjoyable. Thank you Mr. & Mrs. Reddington- plus shout out to Cass- for keeping the house clean & so comfy. 😁🙏
We are so glad you enjoyed the house! Sounds like the location is good for your family from all over the country. We trust your Dad is getting better too. Come again and see us soon.
Tim & Diane, owners, Victorian Stagecoach Inn
Relaxing place for a large family!
We enjoyed the atmosphere, especially the front porch! And it was a great location to venture out from for activities in the area.
Great place! All that we needed
That is awesome to hear, come again any time. Tim & Diane Reddington, Victorian Stagecoach Inn
Lovely historical home!
Very neat home with lots of room for the 13 of us! A bit tricky watching to make sure the young ones don’t hurt anything...but well worth it. I would definitely recommend a stay in this home!
Accomodated Eleven People Wonderfully!
This beautiful house was perfect for our large family get together. There was plenty of room for everyone to stretch out. The town is quaint and within walking distance of the house. We explored many of the shops and restaurants during our week there. The house itself is decorated with many beautiful antiques. My husbands mother said it reminded her of her grandmothers house in WV. The kids stayed busy with Netflix and games from the library. There was also a strong internet connection for those of us who had to do some work from the home. Cass, the property manager was just a call away and swung by so we could use the nice gas grill and attempt the bicycle built for two. The owners allowed our small dogs that are also part of the family. We all had a wonderful time and made beautiful memories.
Guests can borrow our tandem bicycle (built for two) to cruise around town. Go through the historic district to the town square. Most everyone in the area golf's or are active outdoors (2 golf courses in town). Lake Malone is just 20 minutes North with boating, skiing, fishing, and swimming. There are numerous caves in the area - including Mammoth Caves National Park (one hour north-east). Today Russellville is a relatively small and quiet town, but it is relatively close to many area of interest. We are located just 29 miles west of Bowling Green, KY home of Western Kentucky University (WKU) and the GM’s Corvette plant and museum (factory tours most days) among other attractions. 34 miles SW to Clarksville, TN and the large compound making up Fort Campbell. Most of the region is picturesque farmland. About 15 miles east is the westernmost site of a Shaker Colony museum and grounds – established in 1800. Lots of history in area.