See Inside Musician John Hiatt’s Former Leipers Fork Horse Farm
Award-winning musician John Hiatt now has a sold sign in front of his impressive Leipers Fork horse farm. The property, better known as Covered Bridge Farm, recently sold for more than $2 million! According to the Tennessean, the land’s new owner is a Williamson County preservationist.
Dr. Jonathan Oppenheimer added the 97-acre horse farm to Big East Fork. He already owns the property that is described as a retreat, farm and lodge and he hopes this addition helps him preserve more land.
“This makes it 2,000 acres of preserved area, including streams, lakes, farm and about 15 miles of hiking trails extending from Leipers Fork to Williamson County’s Timberland Park," he told the newspaper. “The purpose is to protect the land and creatures so the land can grow back into an old-growth forest."
Hiatt owned the property, which was named after the land’s bridge, for 23 years before selling it to Dr. Oppenheimer. Covered Bridge Farm houses a cabin, farmhouse, studio, stables and more. There’s also a five bedroom, two bathroom farmhouse on the front of the property.
Take a virtual tour through Hiatt’s former property on the Tennessean’s website. Does this gorgeous property make you want a property with breathtaking land? Does it inspire you to find the dream house you’ve been longing for? Call Synergy Realty Network today and let one of our many qualified agents help you take the next step!