Magnificent Greek Revival estate! This is a unique opportunity to partner on a private retreat. Resort-style living with the finest details and upgrades. 32 rolling acres with a heated outdoor pool, tennis court, indoor racquetball court, hotel class spa featuring a steam room, hot tub, cold dipping pool, exercise room, sauna, massage room, and so much more. The mansion features 15 bedrooms and 11.5 bathrooms but could convert 10 bedrooms downstairs back into storage, game room, theatre, etc. Perfect for entertaining. It also has a epdm rubber roof on the spa. Caretakers attached apartment for live on site staff. 13 HVAC units, a commercial laundry center, well Water for entire property so no water bill, and Solar farm so electricity is the cost of a regular home. Zoned agricultural for low property taxes. The new 4500sf TERRACE EVENT VENUE seats up to 253 comfortably inside and is operational year round since it is heated and air conditioned for your comfort. You may wish to choose to host an open air wedding or event concept so you and your guests can enjoy the natural weather as a premiere outdoor wedding venue. The Terrace just steps from the inside boasts remarkable views of the rolling hills of Tennessee and the beautiful level ceremony lawn outside gives additional options as well so you are sure to have the perfect space you dream of.
For more information, contact rocky@Pinnekel.com
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In recent years, the number of resorts in the United States offering "all-inclusive" amenities has decreased dramatically. In 1961, over half offered such plans, but in 2007, less than a tenth do so.