Historic 19th Century Davidson County Home is For Sale
A very historic Nashville home is on the market for only the third time since it was built in 1835. The Tennessean recently shared the story about this beautiful home at 5409 Cochran Drive, close to Williamson County.
This stunning home has a gorgeous, inviting entryway, wood floors and pale blue walls. The stairway that greets visitors also has its own impressive story. Its post was carved from one of the property’s trees, which came from a land grant during the Revolutionary War.
Aside from that, the house boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It’ll keep you warm during cold winters with not one, not two but three fireplaces. There’s also a screened-in porch, a three-car garage and 77-acres. Currently, the historic house is listed at $1.1 million.
It’s very rare that a house of this caliber and age would come on the market. It sits in the Aberdeen Woods subdivision, which was also part of the Revolutionary War land grant. Some other homes in the subdivision have come up for sale over the years and they’ve been either preserved or converted into other community assets. Some of them have become clubhouses or restaurants that can hold weddings and other events.
See the full story about this historic home over on The Tennessean’s website. If you’re in the market for something historic, call your Synergy Realty Network agent today.