The most amazing aspect to this one-of-a-kind recreational tract is its proximity to a major metropolitan area. Wildflower Woods is located just 27 miles from downtown Nashville and all that Music City has to offer. It is even more convenient to the thriving communities of Franklin and Leiper’s Fork. Both are situated just 12 miles from the front gate.
Hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, birding, water sports — the recreational activities on Wildflower Woods are limitless. A 12-acre lake serves as the focal point of the property. Bream, bluegill, catfish, and largemouth bass populate waterways. An impressive number of food plots sustain thriving deer and turkey populations. Most of the food plots have comfortable box stands already erected. Wildflower Woods also happens to be situated on a busy flyway; duck and geese are seasonal guests. Well-maintained trails crisscross the property and are ideal for hiking, biking, and trail rides. Three barns currently serve as stables.
A total of five residences are in place. The largest is a 6,531- square-foot wood-and-stone main lodge. The rustic structure boasts six bedrooms and five and a half baths. Wraparound decks ring the three-story lodge and offer unimpeded water views.
Wildflower Woods is listed with Elliott Davenport at Hall and Hall. The 1,715-acre farm is being offered in its entirety for $23 million. It is also being offered as three separate and naturally divisible tracts: 945± acres off Russell Road; 225± acres off Big East Fork Road: and 545± acres off Big East Fork Road.
This 1,715-acre Recreational Tract near Nashville is listed for $23 million. For more information, visit: www.hallandhall.com or call (423) 364-2092.
— Jeremiah Jensen