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House Tour: An absolutely gorgeous transitional farmhouse in Tennessee

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 Noble Johnson Architects in collaboration with Forte Building Group has designed this stunning transitional farmhouse style home located in Franklin, Tennessee. The homeowners returned to their hometown to build their retirement “forever” home on a piece of property that her father purchased in 1946 when he returned home from serving in World War II.

The beautiful furnishings throughout the interiors of this 4,600 square foot, four bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home were sourced from Ashley Rohe Home. Have a look below for more details of this fabulous home tour that was designed for aging in place…

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What We Love: This transitional farmhouse is not only well planned, it’s designed for comfort. There was a lot of planning that went into aging in place, from the thoughtfully designed kitchen, the space-saving banquet, hidden storage and staircase to the low-maintenance whitewashed brick. All of these details has given this home a truly exquisite and custom appeal. So many fabulous ideas, what a wonderful home to retire in!

Tell Us: What do you think of this home, would this be your dream retirement home? Let us know why or why not in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our most popular home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of Tennessee: Mesmerizing blend of traditional and modern in Nashville and Cape Cod Colonial home with a modern contemporary twist in Nashville.

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Above: On the exterior facade the whitewash brick details are as follows: Brick: “Canal Street” made by Columbus Brick Company. Sand & Mortar: White.

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Above: The front doors are DSA, sourced from Dale Inc. in Nashville. The stain is Minwax 2750 “Jacobean” on the mahogany doors.

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Above: There are two concealed coat closet doors built into the trim flanking either side of the front door. 

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Above: The flooring is 4” wide white oak and the finish is a mix of Duraseal stains: 50% “Antique” + 50% “Ebony”

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Above: There is also a hidden door to the right side of the fireplace that leads to the stairwell.

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Above: The slipcovered swivel glider chairs are from Four Seasons Furniture in North Carolina.

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Above: The fireplace stone was: Eldorado Stone, Stacked Stone, “Daybreak”. The stone used on the top of the raised hearth was a custom stone sourced in Nashville.

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Above: The banquette is 12 feet long and it was built by a local Nashville custom cabinet maker, Wood Works Custom. 

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Above: The doors and all of the interior trim/paneling are painted in Sherwin Williams Snowbound SW7004 (Semi Gloss).

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Above: The cabinetry, walls, ceiling and trim is painted in Sherwin Williams Eider White SW7014. Trim: Semi-Gloss, Walls: Eggshell, Ceilings: Flat.

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Above: The backsplash is a honed marble: Snow White Honed Large Lattice Marble Mosaics by Marble Systems. The quartz countertops are fabricated by Smokey Mountain Tops.

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Above: The baking nook is 60″ wide and 27″ deep.

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Above: The walls and ceiling are Sherwin Williams SW7014 Eider White. The trim, doors & fireplace are SW7004 Snowbound.

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Above: The master bedroom wall is painted in Benjamin Moore Ice Formations #973. 

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Above: The patio is 10 feet deep and 60 feet long.

Photos: Garett + Carrie Buell of Studiobuell

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jeanne
6 months ago

This is absolutely beautiful, elegant, and yet comfortable and cozy all at the same time. The photos of this gorgeous home have inspired me to do more with my own home. I want to make it even more attractive, and I must admit, I would love to display it as a “showpiece”. (Call me vain, but I believe in making the most of a home. It might as well be lovely as well as functionale!). Love, love, LOVE One Kindesign.

jeanne
6 months ago
Reply to  jeanne

functional…! lol