Your Nashville home. A warm one of a kind place that will become your Nashville home. I have had the honor of meeting so many great people that return time and time again. Being an airbnb host has been a fabulous experience!
Come stay with us on our farm in Nashville. Private unit 850 sq ft.private entrance guest suite, fully furnished including full size stove and over the range microwave. fridge with freezer. Full laundry room with detergent and softener included! Located less than one mile from Percy Warner Park, Loveless Cafe and the Natchez Trace. Twenty minutes to downtown and Vanderbilt Hospital, without getting on the interstate! A great place if you are coming to Nashville for an extended stay, or you are looking for a relaxing peaceful Nashville experience. Bedroom overlooks our horses grazing in the pasture. Guaranteed best friend for your visit, Kevin Bacon....our pig.
Very clean space with a brand new queen bed.
Make yourself at home. Wander the pasture, pet the (URL HIDDEN) what you please.
Interaction with guests
I offer complete respect of your privacy, or will chat as long as you like. I leave that up to each individual guest.
Smoking allowed outside only. Full laundry facilities included (yep soap and softener too!) . Small pet may be considered. Deposit may be required.
Additional guest are not allowed. Well maybe one small tot.
Easy-going and love spending time at home on the farm. Single Mom facing empty nest! My daughters and I moved to the mini farm in 2004. I was feeling the need to surround myself with the simple pleasures in life. This is one of the last farms, located within the Nashville city limits. A one of a kind, close to everything, yet the feeling like you are out in the country. My oldest daughter graduated from Rhodes this year. My youngest, will be a junior at Vanderbilt in the fall. But wait! What about the horses, and that pig you had to have for Christmas! At least I will have one back in Nashville to help with the farm.
It was my plan to sell the farm when the girls left for college. Maybe try a condo that didn't require much effort. The Nashville flood in 2010 changed my plan. We lost all of the barns, fencing and equipment. Being considered a farm, FEMA would not aid us in rebuilding. Things happen as they should, I could never live in a condo! The pictures you see are current and up to date. In June of last year, I moved my dad from his farm in Michigan, to our home in Nashville. He is suffering from Alzheimer's, and can no longer live alone. This is the reason, that I now have a thirty day minimum stay. This will allow me to spend more of my time, with my dad. Once that time is gone, I can never get it back.