We are proud to present, Traceland Farm to the market for the very first time! This one-of-a-kind Nashville, TN estate is a complete working ranch with just over 1,600 acres spanning Davidson and Williamson counties. The estate consists of a custom-built main home, state of the art Equestrian Center with living quarters and a separate farm managers home. Outside of these living spaces there are multiple barns, working sheds/maintenance buildings, a creek side rustic Pavilion and 2 spring fed lakes. This unique and rare property also consists of multiple pastures, hardwood acreage, hills, valleys, wildlife food plots, creeks and springs all located within 20 minutes from downtown Nashville. There are existing ATV trails, and an excellent road system in place throughout the property.
The main home was built in 2012, and consists of 3,375 sf on level 1 and 3,375 sf on level 2, totaling 6,750 s.f. Home includes 4 bedroom, 4 full baths, and one half bath. 2 safe rooms including an escape tunnel are also built within the home. The garage is 1,120 sf. There is a swimming pool and multiple kennels surrounding the home. The 1,600 acres is a mix of agricultural highlights with an emphasis on conservation wildlife and includes many pasture areas and varying levels of mature timber. The property is loaded with whitetail deer, turkey and other Tennessee small game. There are over 60 deer stands currently in place on the property. There are also several live water springs on the property that produce year round creeks, and help to feed the 2 lakes. The acreage consists of 9 tracts totaling 491 acres in Davidson County and 5 tracts totaling 1,110 acres in Williamson County. The property is zoned AR2A in Davidson County and RP-5 in Williamson County.
There are several sheds and barns located on the farm, some of the older barns are in need of repair. The maintenance buildings are in excellent shape and are used for storage and for maintenance and repair of all the farm equipment. The Equestrian Center/Barn is 4,600 sf on the first floor with 12 stalls, tack room, office, kitchenette, wash stall and a central breezeway. Upstairs is a 1,000 sf apartment with a bedroom and a bath. The Center is approximately 20 years old and has a riding/training ring and 3 fenced paddocks/pastures. There is also a nice farm managers home on the property steps away from the Equestrian Center. There is road frontage on Hester Beasley in 2 different places totaling 2,800 ft. There are 5 separate access points on Hwy 96 totaling 1,160 sf. Those driveway connections along Hwy 96 are by TDOT permit only since that is a state Hwy. There is also 4,500 linear ft along Dale Ewing Lane.
This is truly a rare opportunity to own such a large contiguous tract of land so close to Nashville. The famous Loveless Cafe resides just a two-minute drive from this farm. All perspective buyers shall submit a pre-qualified letter from financial institution. Buyer's agent shall be responsible for verifying all pertinent information. Please contact Andy Stone ([Email listed above]) or James Spencer ([Email listed above]) with Mossy Oak Properties, Tennessee Land & Farm for information.