Spend the night in history. Secluded 1828 Plantation is 5 min from market / gas; 15 from Walmart (Columbia or Lewisburg). 15 acre homestead inside of 700 acre farm. Carefree drive to Nashville (1 hr), Franklin (45 min.) and Huntsville (1.5 hrs). Master bed/bath with hand carved 1800s bedroom suite (queen bed); fireplace in each room, vaulted ceilings, hand carved trim and doors, large floor to ceiling windows to watch sunset over hills and fields of grain. Beautiful porches, landscape, and strolls.
Whether you would like to tour Nashville, want a family vacation with privacy, peace and quiet, or a guys / gals retreat, this historic home will meet your lodging needs. It has five bedrooms, the master with a queen size bed, antique bedroom suite and fireplace; the parlor with a single bed (historic half - teeter bed), wardrobe and 2 fireplaces, the stone-walled basement with a queen bed and winter kitchen (fireplace), and the upstairs one with queen bed and fireplace, the other with 3 beds, each complete with wardrobe and connected by Jack and Jill bathroom. There is a double sized futon in the winter kitchen bedroom for additional sleeping. There is a spacious great room with hand hewn beams. There are two baths, one with a tub and shower and the other with a tub. The home is completely furnished with everything you need from modern appliances and kitchen needs to linens and towels, along with a washer and dryer. Wifi is strong throughout. Even though this is a remote area, you will get cell phone coverage. Just bring your food and personal items and lock yourself away for a truly peaceful experience!
Canoeing, fishing, scenic drives, horseback riding, all just a few minutes away. Enjoy walking and hiking or horseback riding in the Yanhali Wildlife Management area, browsing the shops and antique stores in the quaint city of Columbia which is only a 15 minute drive. Other attractions between 30 to 90 minutes away are Davy Crockett State Park, the Natchez Trace, Amish Country, antique shopping in historical downtown Lawrenceburg, Franklin, Helen Keller's childhood plantation home and a Frank Lloyd Wright's house in Florence, AL, Shiloh Battlefield, Jack Daniel's Distillery and much more. But what you may enjoy most is to turn off your cell phone and enjoy your stay in private seclusion while enjoying the warmth of those you love most. Watch the sunrise over the grain fields on the back porch, feel the wind through the breezeway, and move to the front porch to watch the sunset paint the evening canvas above rolling hills. Stroll to the old tobacco barn on one end of the property or the tenant house on the other. Listen closely over the birds and crickets to the voices of the past welcome our 7th President (Andrew Jackson), debate Emancipation, mumur in awe of the sight of the first "mechanical" horse carriage or welcome their son back from the World War.
Road Conditions: All main roads are paved. The drive to the house is gravel.