Home and 5 acres Just Off Leipers Fork Exit

Logement entier

6 voyageurs

3 chambres

3 lits

Logement entier

6 voyageurs

3 chambres

3 lits

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De 2 à 12 ans
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À propos de ce logement

Close to the Natchez Trace, only 6 miles to the Village of Leiper's Fork. Has 2 Master Bedrooms on either end of home with walk in closets and private bathrooms. Third bedroom has private bath and blow up queen mattress. 4 covered porches and patio with outdoor fireplace.

Voyage d'affaires
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Le logement
Salles de bain : 3
Chambres : 3
Lits : 3
Arrivée : À partir de 16:00
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier
Entrée dans les lieux autonome : Keypad


Voyageur supplémentaire : 47€ / nuit après 4 voyageurs
Frais de ménage : 57€
Caution : 95€
Réduction à la semaine : 12%


Close to the Natchez Trace, only 6 miles to the Village of Leiper's Fork. Has 2 Master Bedrooms on either end of home with walk in closets and private bathrooms. Third bedroom has private bath and blow up queen mattress. 4 covered porches and patio with outdoor fireplace.

Two bedrooms are on either ends of the home having oversized stand alone tubs, large walkin closets, comfy Queen bed in one bedroom/King bed in the other/blow up mattress available in the third bedroom, all hardwood floors, French doors leading to covered porches, water closets and tiled showers. Third bedroom currently used a piano room has access to private bathroom as well.

Most areas of the home, except the garage and barn, are accessible including all four covered porches, gazebo, outdoor fireplace with large patio/seating wall, and several wooded acres with trails to walk, etc.

The garage stays locked. Only the person who feeds the horses, or the person working in the yard will need to access the garage for their tools and supplies.

I am available at . I do prefer to be contacted before 10pm and after 7am if it can wait, but otherwise, please feel free to contact me anytime. If you feel it is important, I will want you to contact me anytime, day or night.

The Village of Leiper's Fork is located along the Natchez Trace, which was an important travel route for Native Americans and early European-American settlers. The area was settled in the late 1700s by settlers from North Carolina and Virginia who had received land grants as payment for service in the American Revolution. Colonel Jesse Steed received a land grant of 2,504 acres that includes the site of the village. He sold the area to Jesse Benton, who established a homestead. His son, Thomas Hart Benton, who later was to become U.S. Senator from Missouri, moved the family there in 1801 after his father's death. Natchez Trace travelers called the community around the Benton homestead Bentontown, but over time the area came to be called Hillsboro.

In 1818, a post office was established in the community. Apparently the Hillsboro name was already in use for a community in Coffee County, so the post office was given the name of Leiper's Fork for the stream that runs through the village. The namesake of Leiper's Fork creek was one of two brothers: Hugh Leiper, who completed an early land survey in the area, or Captain James Leiper, who died in the Battle of the Bluffs at Fort Nashborough in 1781.

Growth of the village was stimulated by traffic on the Natchez Trace. Largely as a result of its transportation access, Leiper’s Fork was historically the center of trade for western Williamson County and the center of religious and social activities in the area.

The Leiper's Fork post office operated until 1918

One of the restaurants: Puckett’s roots go way back to the 1950s and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tenn. Ever since then, Puckett’s has been focused on providing friends new and old with great food and Southern hospitality. When it comes down to it, Puckett’s is a community kitchen, with live pickin’ performances just a few feet from your table. Authentic comfort food—barbecue smoked slow ‘n’ low over cherry wood, the home-cooked sides, even a few upscale dishes—is what the aim for you to remember.

Next to The Natchez Trace Park, which is named for the Natchez Trace woodland path that was an important wilderness road during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The 10,000-plus acre park features several wilderness trails, camping, sporting, horse-back riding, and water front activities. This was an important wilderness road for the American frontiersmen during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It had been in use as a trade path by the American Indians, however, for hundreds of years before that.

About 10 miles to the City of Franklin, which was founded Octob, by Abram Maury, Jr. (), a state senator who is buried with his family in Founders Pointe. Maury named the town after national founding father Benjamin Franklin, who was a close friend of Dr. Hugh Williamson, a member of the Continental Congress after whom Williamson County was named.

Ewen Cameron built the first European-American house in the town of Franklin. Cameron was born February 23, 1768, in Balgalkan, Ferintosh, Scotland. He emigrated to Virginia in 1785 and from there came to Tennessee. Cameron died February 28, 1846, having lived forty-eight years in the same log house. He and his second wife, Mary, are buried in the old City Cemetery. His descendants have lived in Franklin continuously since 1798 when his son Duncan was born.

During the American Civil War, the Battle of Franklin was fought in the city on Novemb, resulting in almost 10,000 casualties (killed, wounded, captured and missing). Forty-four buildings were converted to use as field hospitals. The Carter, Carnton and the Lotz historic homes are still standing from this era.

Long a suburb to Nashville, Tennessee, Franklin has expanded more than fivefold since 1980, when its population was 12,407. In 2012 it had an estimated population of 68,280. This makes it rank as the seventh-largest city in the state. Many of its residents commute to businesses in Nashville, but there has been considerable growth in Franklin and the county of a regional economy.

About a 30 minute drive to Nashville:
Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and the county seat of Davidson County. Nashville is the second largest city in Tennessee, after Memphis, and is the fourth largest city in the Southeastern United States. It is located on the Cumberland River in the north-central part of the state. The city is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries, and is home to numerous colleges and universities. Reflecting the city's position in state government, Nashville is home to the Tennessee Supreme Court's courthouse for Middle Tennessee. It is known as a center of the music industry, earning it the nickname "Music City”.
for more information on Nashville.

Parking is not an issue as there is a parking pad of concrete, plus wood chips create another area next to the driveway allowing for 4 more vehicles.

Home is 6 years old. Still working on landscaping, which is a fairly large project implementing Organic Edible Forest Gardening techniques. There is a barn on the property, and several acres for walks. Currently I still have 2 horses on the property.

Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Peut ne pas convenir aux enfants (0-12 ans)
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 16:00

• Check-in time is after 4 PM

• Check-out time is before 11 AM

No smoking of any kind inside home. Due to respecting other guest with pet allergies, no pets allowed.



Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.

Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Kit de premiers secours
Fiche de sécurité

Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

36 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Cyndi
avril 2017
The house was beautiful and very secluded from everything. Having the horses in the back was wonderful but I can't say the same for the rooster who insisted that we were up very early! The owner was on the property working on landscaping the whole weekend, which made it a little odd for us. There was no 'book' explaining the amenities of the house and the expectations upon check out. The front door lock malfunctioned the first night we were there and Susan responded the next morning. The lock was replaced that afternoon. If you are looking for the light switch for the kitchen, look behind the large print of the horse - they are behind it. Beware of the neighbors. They called Susan with some incorrect information which caused us to feel uncomfortable. There is a security system on the home which beeps three times every time an exterior door is opened. The alarm is located in one of the bedrooms; don't plan to sleep later than the first person to open a door in the morning. Once again, the house is beautiful, but many of the incidents will cause us not to revisit.

Profil utilisateur de Peppy
avril 2017
Easy self check-in, close to the Natchez Trace Parkway, very well appointed interior, comfortable home!

Profil utilisateur de Dylan
mars 2017
Susan's place is stunning, and exactly what we were looking for. After several days on the road, it was the perfect retreat where our family could all stay together comfortably, and enjoy. We had 5 adults and one child with us. Everyone was excited to have their own room and private bath, and there are several areas in the house that we could all gather in and relax. We loved waking up to chickens and horses in the back, and enjoying the peaceful country atmosphere. Susan was very accommodating, and though we did not meet her in person, was quick to respond and messaged us in the morning to make sure we had a nice stay. If we are ever in the area again, we would book her place in a heartbeat! Thank you, Susan, for the hospitality! We came in weary and left refreshed and happy. :)

Profil utilisateur de Richard
mars 2017

Profil utilisateur de April
mars 2017
Host was great at responding and answered any questions we had right away! Great place great stay! Beautiful place. Fun for kids.

Profil utilisateur de Elizabeth
février 2017
Susan was kind and accommodating as a host. The house was spacious and a great landing spot to explore the area of Franklin.

Profil utilisateur de Robert
décembre 2016
Susan has a beautiful home located out in the county about 5 miles from Leipers Fork. The home is very spacious and extremely comfortable. It is well equipped with the necessities needed for your stay. We will be staying here again and recommend that you consider Susan's 5 acres for your stay.

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