Welcome to the Hartland Homestead. This classic white farmhouse set on 200 acres of rolling Tennessee countryside was built in 1900. When our clients purchased the home, it had great bones and wonderful character, but it had suffered from years of neglect. It needed a complete overhaul. Over the course of more than a year and a half, every square inch of the nearly 6000 square feet was taken back to the studs and renovated–from the foundation to the roof.
Our clients had a vision for a Tennessee farmhouse with a classic European cottage inspiration. We focused on a neutral palette and brought in nature-inspired colors as accents throughout. Natural materials like stone and white oak added texture throughout the house. Our clients wanted to seamlessly integrate their interior with the beautiful, natural beauty of their farm. There are five dutch doors throughout the house that invite the fresh air inside.
If you were to visit the Hartland Homestead today, you would find goats and chickens and guinea fowl, and you might be sent home with watermelon from the garden or a few fresh eggs. Every inch of this property welcomes guests and integrates livable luxury with natural beauty.