In Nashville, the epitome of luxury is a period mansion with a party barn and a two-story treehouse


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Location: Fork of Leiper, Franklin, Tennessee

Price: $16 million

Nashville remains one of the fastest growing luxury real estate markets in the United States, and the $16 million estate known as Natchez Flora is among the top 10 most expensive homes in the greater metro area.

It offers its buyer the opportunity to enjoy an 18-room house that fits into the historic architecture of the region. Showcasing Greek Revival architecture true to 1800s Tennessee, its construction includes historic elements, from doors to mantels to leaded glass windows.

Positioned as the largest residential parcel in the quiet village of Leiper’s Fork, the wooded property features cut driveways around three open fields and a stream, creating a peaceful and private environment as no houses or outside structures are visible from inside the Natchez. Flora Park.


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The 18-room Natchez Flora includes five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a powder room. Built in 1997, interiors span nearly 7,300 square feet and include three wood-burning fireplaces and a climate-controlled two-car garage. The land offers 2,443 feet of road frontage on 119 acres.

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All bathrooms include modern lighting and plumbing fixtures. Hardwood floors fill the house, while high ceilings collect heat and allow three wood-burning fireplaces to keep the house warm. A heated two-car garage houses the owner’s vehicles with storage space.

Trees and landscaping surround trails connecting pastures, three open fields with multiple uses, and a small stream. A large barn with concrete floors houses a workshop and a garage. Outside, there is a temperature-controlled two-story tree house.

Nashville’s heyday remains one of the fastest growing luxury real estate markets in the United States

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After: The most expensive house for sale in Austin is now a neoclassical mansion asking $ 18.75 million

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According to Village Real Estate Services broker Rachel Kaminek, the Williamson County village of Leiper’s Fork sits on the most desirable piece of land in Tennessee.

“Leiper’s Fork is famous for its low-key country living near Main St. Franklin and downtown Nashville,” Ms. Kaminek said. “The secret has been out in recent years, and Leiper’s Fork is attracting people from big cities and overseas to live their daydream in the countryside.”

Kaminek adds that the area is made even more attractive because Tennessee has no state income tax, no municipal tax and a low county tax rate.

“The town is populated by a cast of multi-generational resident characters who have been here since the area was settled,” Ms. Kaminek added. “We have a great art gallery, local farm-to-table restaurant, vintage shopping, spa, and live music every night.”

Agent: Rachel Kaminek, Village Property Services

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