Travel Tuesday | Franklin, Tennessee

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Travel Tuesday | Franklin, Tennessee

Last week we were chilling up in the mountains, but this Tuesday, we’re ready to warm up a little more. Take a trip with us as we bring our travels to Franklin, Tennessee!

1114 Gray Fox Lane | Franklin, TN

  • 5 Bedroom
  • 3 Bathroom
  • 5.40 Acres

Exceptional 5.40 acre Retreat with saltwater pool and PRIVATE GUEST HOUSE (adds an add'l 849 sq.ft w/ full kitchen, LR, fireplace, 1bed/1bath). Total 6 BEDS & 4 FULL BATHS. Just minutes to sought after schools! REMODELED GOURMET KITCHEN (Thermador Double Oven 6-Burner & 48" Thermador Refrigerator). Marble Countertop - Kitchen & Guest House. Kitchen Open to Spacious Living Room with High Ceilings and Wet Bar / Mini Refrigerator. Hardwood flooring downstairs, Updated bathrooms w/ Granite & Concrete Countertops. Updated Lighting. Large Media Room. Has Regulation 1/2 size Basketball Court! Fenced Backyard around pool & Guest House. No HOA fee. Come see this Amazing Entertainment DREAM HOME today!

A Little Bit More on Franklin, TN

Franklin is a suburb of Nashville, Tennessee, and is considered one of the best small towns in America! So many people, when they're thinking of moving to the Nashville area, don't realize that there are some great satellite cities that might fit their needs to become the perfect, new home for their family. One of these often missed spots is Franklin.

Franklin is in Williamson County. Franklin is located just 22 miles away from the center of downtown Nashville. So it's an easy drive, around 30 minutes on the interstate (here in Nashville we don't call them freeways) to get from Nashville to downtown Franklin. That distance makes it a very simple commute, but the feeling of the two areas is completely different.

You absolutely can not talk about Franklin, unless you talk about the history of the area. Franklin was founded in 1799. It is the scene of two major civil war battles; the Battle of Franklin in 1863 and 1864. And beyond that, there is history oozing throughout this area.

You can experience what it was like to live in Franklin during that time by taking some of the great walking tours, visiting the Lotz house, the Carnton plantation, or the Carter house. They each have phenomenal tours and you can feel what it was like to be here during the civil war, and to be a resident of Franklin at the time. What is uniquely interesting is that some of the walls are riddled with bullets. And you can still see blood on the stained floors. American History truly comes alive here.


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