The epitome of masterful craftsmanship and design: a blend of beautiful maple wood; stonework; large, bright rooms. Perfect for the family seeking comfort, space and a peaceful retreat. A natural setting with a bluff view and old-growth trees.
Covered front door entry paved with travertine tile with a paving stone walkway.
To own a spring fed 40' waterfall is a rarity in the USA; few properties offer the unique ambience and natural beauty of a waterfall. Located just below and to the right of the home; visible from the 2 covered decks, the sound/view are spectacular.
If you desire to fall asleep listening to the cascading of water; open the window in the second floor master bedroom suite. Or enjoy the waterfall, bluff view or running creek from one of the two 38' X 14' covered decks as pictured here.
The 2 large covered decks not only offer observation of the waterfall, but are perfect for gathering family and friends for beverages or meals. With the addition of screening, one/both could become terrific sleeping porches, just like Grandma's house
Second story deck accessible from the master bedroom. Great view of the Jenkins Waterfall. Note the custom made iron railing.
View of eat-in dining area and kitchen. The flooring, ceilings and paneling are 3/4' tongue and groove solid maple wood harvested, dried and milled in Middle Tennessee. The cabinets are solid maple as well; crafted by Ethridge Cabinets.
In addition to the wall of windows, the kitchen is lit up by a skylight. The large custom sink can handle any kitchen project.
All the hardwood floors were refinished in September, 2012.
The living room offers the enjoyment of the new floor to ceiling fireplace which features the latest 42 in ventless gas logs. The hearth stone was cut from a single slab of Tennessee River rock.
The family room features windows and skylights; an example of the spaciousness and open feel throughout the home. There are 65 double pane windows of all sizes throughout the home which allow for a panoramic view of the property.
Master bedroom is huge; strategically located upstairs in order to view the waterfall from the windows or to listen to the cascading water at night with the windows open. Access is provided to the covered, second story deck. Vaulted ceiling.
The second upstairs bedroom and its' architectual detail.
Hallway showing the maple woodwork which is located throughout the whole house. All the doors and trim are constructed of solid maple. Even the laundry room is paneled! The basement is configured for recreation/storage, a workshop and storm shelter.
Enclosed staircase to the second floor.
After a long day, the patio (on the east side of the house) offers the perfect venue for a BBQ. The lawn area behind is a great spot for a large swimming pool........
........or enjoy the bluff view of the cold water stream below. You are at tree top level here.
Old logging roads are now an estimated 2-3 miles of wide hiking/horse/ATV trails, some of which cut through 40-50 acres of old growth timber. Abundant wildlife since the property has not been hunted since 1999.
Spring wild flowers are found along the trail side.
This gently rolling high ridge area contains 30-40 acres for a horse pasture or a wildlife food plot. The view is panoramic; you can see for miles! Perfect for another home/bigger barn. Second highest point in Hickman Co. The night sky is spectacular