Converging creeks, ever flowing springs and a natural waterfall surrounded by lush forested lands. First time on the market since 1994, Falling Waters is an ecological private hideaway in one of the loveliest areas of Williamson County. Discreetly tucked away behind the gate is a magical wildlife preserve complete with bobcat, mink and an array of forest birds. The hillside of the moss-covered driveway has one of the finest spring wildflower displays in Tennessee.
Two living structures - a "rustic modern" open plan lodge with a stunning stone fireplace, and a 2 BR log cabin offer distinctly different sleeping arrangements.
One of the focal points of the property is the year-round spring fed waterfall sliding into a clear pool just off the back deck of the main house. That perpetual flow of spring water also cools the small valley very effectively in the summer months - owners have sometimes observed as much as a 15 degree variation from downtown temperatures in July/August.
Complete privacy and wild natural beauty in such close proximity to Nashville is increasingly hard to find, and an opportunity to own such a pristine example is rare indeed.
Ranch Maps & Files
I-40 exit McCrory Lane, right on Hwy 100, left on Hwy 96, right on Old Harding Rd to the property.
Hwy 100 (past Loveless Cafe) to left on Hwy 96, right on Old Harding Rd to the property.