Remember the cows on Abbott Martin? 1013 Greenwich Park – Abbottsford – Green Hills

Having grown up in Nashville, I remember every summer driving daily from our house in Green Hills down Abbott Martin (To the Mall or Swim Club) and seeing the pastures, cows and horses on a magnificent farm very close to the mall.

I have always loved that about Nashville . . . A city that’s not so big that you don’t have to go far to be in the country. Sadly, there was a barn fire years ago on that farm, and the owner was seriously injured attempting to save his horses (so the story goes) . . . Leading to the eventual sale of the farm to Residential Developers.

Many folks might begrudge a HOUSING development being built on this beautiful in-town farmland except for the fact that these developers built a marvelous, well though out development of superlative homes and named it Abbottsford.

1013 Greenwich Park is one of the most recently built homes and boasts all the “right” rooms . . . a nice blend of fresh, open spaces . . . while offering plenty of “Escapes from the din.”

An elegant Country English home with Stone+brick facade. Sunny interior. High-end architectural details: hardwoods+crown molding+fireplace+20 ft ceilings+walled courtyard.

The lot is “Interior” . . . Away from the busy traffic noise and Zoned for Julia Green Elementary (One of the finest Elementary Schools on the planet) and Close to best private schools.

Listing agent Robert Schwartz has all the details and would be honored to give you a private tour . . . Just give him a call @ 615-419-9615 – or email him @ robertrschwartz@yahoo.com

A direct link to MLS Information is HERE

$789,000

 

This home was built in the Country English style and was professionally landscaped with English plantings, including: mature boxwood, burberry and laurel.

The home was built in 2003 by renowned Nashville builder Jim Wall with the highest level of architectural detail, such as: dry-stack stonework, reclaimed-look brick, rounded windows, fancy brickwork detail and a copper carriage light.

The formal Dining Room is immediately to the right of the foyer. It features floor-to-ceiling windows and an oversized crystal chandelier. Off to the side is a Butler’s Pantry with sink, cabinets and a huge walk in pantry.

The home’s private Study is immediately to the left of the foyer. It features deeply coffered ceilings and half-wall wainscotting.

The Great Room has twenty foot ceilings and a handsome fireplace flanked by built-in bookshelves.

The Great Room includes French Doors leading to the home’s private, walled patio.

A view of the Great Room from the home’s rear staircase that connects up to a huge Bonus Room and down five steps into the two car attached garage.

The Kitchen includes high-end stainless steel appliances, rich granite countertops and custom-built cherry cabinets. It opens onto a sunny breakfast nook.

The Kitchen features custom stone backspashes throughout.

The oversized Master Bedroom features twenty foot ceilings, oversized floor-to-ceiling windows, a door to the patio, plenty of wallspace for dressers or wardrobes, a huge walk-in closet and a ceiling fan.

The Master Bath includes two vanities, a built-in make-up table, a large shower with wall-to-ceiling stone tiles and a private commode.

The Master Bath featuers a deep, sunken tub surrounded by marble that is steps away from a large walk-in closet.

An upstairs parlor includes a double-window and is framed by wrought-iron bannisters that overlook the home’s Great Room. This space can be used as an office or a quiet sitting area.

This upstairs bedroom features double closets and has a full bath.

The first upstairs Jack&Jill bedroom has a huge walk in closet, ceiling fan and a window with southern exposure for extra sunlight.

The second upstairs Jack&Jill bedroom includes a closet, plenty of wall space, a ceiling fan and a window with southern exposure for extra sunlight.

An enormous Bonus Room at the rear of the house includes huge windows, a cathedral ceiling and double ceiling fans.

The home’s walled, brick patio is accessed from both the Great Room and, also, from the Master Bedroom.

Published by Barry Owen

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