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When it comes to destinations with idyllic surroundings and tree-shaded land that stretches for miles, Nashville’s neighboring Williamson County is often the first thought. The welcoming community, celebrated for its quality of life, introduces the opportunity to step outside the constant commotion of Nashville’s core and experience comfortable living at a slower pace. Hallmarks of the area’s homes are not limited to lush landscaping and sweeping views nor classic components of farmhouse design — open kitchens, organic materials and natural light. In the case of this home, the best aspects of Williamson County living and farmhouse design are on full display.

Brentwood-based construction firm Grove Park Construction built this home in 2015, and aesthetically, a farmhouse style dominates the design that is both contemporary and timeless. Designed to encourage interaction with the property’s fenced pastures and wooded surroundings, the home features large windows plus a covered porch overlooking the backyard. The interior has a charming entryway, an open floorplan featuring a chef’s kitchen and living room with a fireplace and double doors that open to the patio.

Set in the Stockett Creek neighborhood, this home is close to everything — Edwin Warner and Percy Warner Parks, grocery stores and schools — and it is less than 30 minutes to Vanderbilt and Downtown Nashville. And because the home just hit the market, it is the perfect time to make it yours.

This six-bedroom home is located in the private, gated Stockett Creek neighborhood in Williamson County.

The entryway gives the first impression of your home. In this case, guests are invited in with a warm and charming design.

Step inside the double wooden doors, and you’ll be instantly awed by the farmhouse design — starting with shiplap, arched entryways and rich caramel-colored hardwoods. The six-bedroom home makes a memorable first impression in the entryway, which opens to the dining room and office. A shiplap-coved hallway extends from the entry into the open-concept living room and kitchen. Light shines through the windows to highlight the living room’s architectural elements and custom woodwork. On one end of the space is a fireplace framed by built-in shelving. On the other, the kitchen.

Naturally, an oversized island was added to allow more opportunities to entertain or gather as a family. Carrara marble countertops and tile backsplash are understated design elements to note, but the functionality of the design makes this kitchen so dreamy.

Don’t overlook the design of the formal dining room. On one wall, wainscoting reaches from floor to ceiling. The other walls received a welcomed coat of deep grey to warm the space.

The natural light promises to increase productivity, and the windows offer beautiful views of the front of the property when you need a break from staring at your computer screen.

We’ve seen shiplap that is overdone and kitschy, but this space hits the design trend on the nose. It incorporates the farmhouse style found throughout the house without making it feel like a barn.

Contemporary living calls for an open floor plan that encourages quality time.

The fireplace and surrounding built-in shelves are thoughtful design elements that elevate the home.

The kitchen opens to the living room and breakfast area and is anchored by a large island. The island acts as a barrier, so you don’t feel like you are cooking in the living room or watching television in the kitchen.

We can’t imagine a better spot to sip coffee and enjoy the breathtaking views.

Carrara marble, painted cabinets, and stainless steel appliances and finishes complete this kitchen design.

Through the arched entryway, you will discover an oversized laundry room and mudroom.

Tuck away muddy shoes, jackets and dirty laundry in the combined laundry room and mudroom located just off the kitchen.

A double-level covered porch means more room for outdoor living. This upstairs porch opens into the living room and kitchen.

At the end of a long day, homeowners can retire to a master bedroom that inspires relaxation. Down the hall from the living area, a main-level master suite pleases with a stunning bathroom appointed with a custom shower and tub. The beautiful master bathroom combines farmhouse design and contemporary luxury with warm materials and high-end finishes. The result is unmatched, understated beauty. Both the bedroom and bathroom are filled with light, thanks to the large windows and neutral color palettes.

Another bedroom occupies the first floor while three more are found upstairs.

A main-level master boasts a contemporary design with large windows that let in natural light.

Contemporary and luxurious, but understated, the master bathroom stands out as a favorite space in the home.

You might just get lost in the large custom corner shower.

Upstairs, find three bedrooms, a game room and a media room.

Basements are often neglected or overlooked, but in this home, the opposite is true. The terrace level is designed to accommodate entertaining, movie nights and teen hangouts, and it even holds the home’s sixth bedroom (perfect for guests). Windows let in light, so it is not a dark and dreary basement you’d dread spending time in.

Bright and open, the terrace-level space can be used for just about anything — a movie theater, gym or just a place to spend time with family.

The basement bedroom boasts an attached bathroom and lovely views of the backyard.

This picture tells the whole story of the house and the lush landscaping that surrounds it.

The property is listed for $1,299,900 by Paula Hinegardner of The Paula Hinegardner Group. For more information and to tour the home, contact Paula Hinegardner at [email protected] or call (615) 618-1330.

Learn more about the property here.  

This article is sponsored by Paula Hinegardner of The Paula Hinegardner Group | (615) 618-1330

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