This 2,500 s.f. custom home was designed to reflect the Owners’ past along the East Coast and their future in Middle Tennessee, combining the character of beach houses found in Florida and South Carolina with the style of farmhouses of Tennessee. The 3-BR, 3-Bath house includes a stone fireplace, wood floors and ceilings, and a custom steel and maple staircase. Due to its distinctive lighting at night and prominent site on Highway 96, the house has become a landmark in western Williamson County. The house was featured on the Heritage Foundation Tour of Homes in 2001, and was published in the book ‘Urban Country Style’ by Elizabeth Betts Hickman and Nancy Gent (2007).
Contractor: McWhirter Dillon General Contractors
Custom Steel Work: Don Adams Metal Studio
Photography: Bill LaFevor