Classic Elegance and Rich History
Nestled into the rolling hills of East Tennessee on 90 acres is a home inspired by Homewood House. Homewood House is a living museum located in Baltimore, Maryland and was originally built by Charles Carroll. Charles was the oldest living signer of the Declaration of Independence and he built Homewood House as a wedding gift for his son.
Throughout the home are pieces of history that cannot be repeated nor duplicated. The four large columns at the entrance of the home are made of solid heart pine and were originally part of the Christenberry School.
The informal living space and kitchen are open and spacious. Repurposed features such as the heartpine flooring from Flat Gap Baptist Church coupled with thoughtful and elegant details help create a space that is both luxurious and welcoming.
The master suite provides a moment of reprieve with a sitting area for a more private moment and a bath that is luxurious and refined.
Beautiful gardens, terraces and water features enhance all of the natural beauty of the surrounding East Tennessee hills.
From the hand folded copper cupola from the Christenberry School to the dining room wainscoting from the Park Hotel, Homewood Farm has united the elements of the past with the comforts of today and created a home that is spectacular in both design and detail.
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