Architecturally inspired farmhouse on the banks of Yellow Creek. Andrea Palladio, the Renaissance architect and inspiration for this Tennessee farmhouse, once said: "It is a very fine and pleasant thing to build a villa by a river." His design principles are reflected throughout this renovated and expanded 1898 Tennessee dogtrot.
The 176-acre farm has nearly 2,400' of frontage on pristine Yellow Creek, 50 acres of well-fenced pastures and 125 acres of rolling woodland, with ample barns and sheds. Elevation changes provide gorgeous views of the Yellow Creek Valley. The creek is full of small-mouth bass and the forest holds an abundance of turkey and deer.