It is easy to see why this stunning Queen Anne style home was originally called the Turret Mansion when it was built in 1896. Sitting at the corner of 10th Avenue and West Main Street in Franklin, Tennessee’s oldest neighborhood of Hincheyville, the five bedroom, four bath manor was the prize of affluent local banker Ed Green, who built the home to flaunt his success. In 1979 it was purchased by retired four-star General William Moore and his wife Marge. General Moore served as the President of the Nashville Airport Authority. Marge Moore passed away in 2011. General Moore followed her six months later. The couples only child inherited the home.
This home boasts a total of nine fireplaces and an original front door featuring leaded glass and many of the original intricate woodwork. The home and its 0.4 acre lot can be yours for a cool $1,499,000. While the it has undergone upgrades over the years, its kitchen and the master bathroom could still use a facelift. The owner is willing to redo both spaces to the buyers taste or adjust the price accordingly.
Located just a few miles south of Nashville, Franklin boasts a little more than 62,000 residents and a reputation as one of the most affluent communities in the state of Tennessee. Franklin was founded in 1799 and still maintains its Southern Charm. The historic downtown area, where this home is located, offers a diverse mix of shops, historic homes and restaurants. The downtown historic district puts on numerous festivals and events through the year.
Not only is this this home on the National Register of Historic Places, but the entire neighborhood of Hincheyville is as well.
Oval stained glass window and original heart pine floors.
The grand staircase still features its original fretwork and inlaid newel posts.
Even the doorknob is original and engraved with the last name of the home’s builder Ed Greene.
The dining room features a built in china cabinet and a crystal chandelier.
Nine foot pocket doors still function perfectly.
Have you always wanted your own private library? This home homes with one.
Perhaps the most stunning room in the entire house. This is the Gazebo Room, featuring original fretwork and huge windows that look out over a landscaped backyard. The back staircase leads to a sleeping porch.
The round windows of the Turret Room looks out over Main Street.
Upstairs hallway with closets and a built in safe.
Master bedroom with great natural light.
One of five bedrooms. This one features a Murano Glass chandelier.
Address: 932 W. main Street, Franklin, TN