Williamson County’s Largest Land Holding
Welcome to the largest land holding in Tennessee’s most prosperous county. These 3,876 +/- acres are located at the corner of I-840 and Pinewood Road in Franklin, Tennessee and only a short drive to historic Leiper’s Fork. Williamson county is Tennessee’s fastest growing county and is known for its premier public school system. Franklin and Leiper’s Fork are consistently ranked among the top places to live in the United States. This property is one of the most significant land holdings in the southeast and is almost 6 square miles of contiguous, beautiful, Tennessee terrain. There is a custom barn-style home/riding arena, more than 18 miles of streams, an abundance of old growth hardwood forest, and private grass runway with hanger. This property has been special for generations and will only become more significant as Nashville and Middle Tennessee continue to expand.
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Location and Access
Located on the corner of I-840 and Pinewood you’ll be minutes from Downtown Franklin, Leiper’s Fork and Nashville. In the last few years, the I-840 bypass has become a key travel corridor for commercial and residential development in the greater Nashville Area. The property also has more than 3 miles of paved road frontage on Pewitt Road, Boy Scout Road, Taylor Cemetery Road, Hargrove Road and Pinewood Road.
Situated in a private pastoral valley you’ll find the two story 4,564 sq/ft barn style home containing a unique re-creation of an old western town with an authentic bar, country store, a complete kitchen, office and replicated portions of the first jail used in Williamson County (which is now used as guest quarters). The second floor of the clubhouse includes a 1,770 square foot residential space with two bedrooms and a fireplace. You’ll be able to step out the back door and into your own 35,000 sq/ft covered riding arena; virtually a covered acre perfect for large events of any kind. There is also a nice ranch home that would be perfect for a farm manager.
Creeks and Streams
One of the most captivating features of the property are the 18 miles of perennial creeks and streams that criss-cross throughout the old growth forests, pasture and food plots. There’s more than 7 creeks and streams on the property they include: Copperas Branch, White Oak Branch, Kelly Creek, Arkansas Creek, Inman Branch, Blowing Springs Branch, Coleman Branch. It is truly amazing to think about how much fresh water created on the property everyday.
Land your plane on a private grass landing strip and hangar. Invite guests to experience three distinct cabins deep within the property that have been used for years by many of the songwriters in the area. Amenities like a spacious manager’s house, equipment shed, and pole barns aid in the property’s maintenance needs. If you like deer and turkey hunting this is some of the finest hunting in the state of Tennessee.
3,876 +/- Acres
More than 3 miles of road frontage
35,000 sq/ft Storage and Horse Arena
4,600+ sq/ft clubhouse and custom home
On the corner of Pinewood and 840
40 Miles of Hiking Trails
18 miles of perennial creeks
12 stall equestrian facility