Located at the doorstep of history, this one-of-a-kind home blends historic Southern luxury with modern sophistication in the heart of one of Nashville’s most exclusive communities.
Written by: Southern Guide to Life
Photographs via: French King Realty
Belle Meade, TN – Taking its name from the ‘Queen of Southern Plantations,’ the Belle Meade Plantation, this small 3.1 square mile city in the west of Davidson County boasts the highest per capita income in the state and some of the highest in the nation.
Belle Meade Boulevard is lined with old trees and sprawling southern mansions. The street ends at the main entrance to the historic Percy Warner Park, which together with neighboring Edwin Warner Park forms a 3,000+ acre park in the center of Nashville, complete with trails for hiking, running, and horseback riding.
This 22,000 square foot southern mansion on Jackson Boulevard in Belle Meade is a prime example of the area’s southern grandeur. It even has its own name: The Last Dance.
French King Fine Properties call the home a “masterpiece” that “offers exquisitely appointed embassy size rooms, detailed woodwork and millwork, custom iron railings, beautiful paneled library, gourmet kitchen, media room and wine cellar.”
The home sits on a gated five acre estate complete with a portico, verandas, patios and terraces, pool, spa, and a tennis court.
Beds: 6 Bed
Baths: 8 Full Baths and 5 Half Baths
Square Feet: 22,004
MLS ID: 1539749