This stone home, hand-hewn by its property owner with rock from its quarry, offers a charm that can't be beat. Sitting on 280 acres, the property is a quiet respite from city life.
This Post WWII stone house was hand-hewn by its original owner who spent 10 years digging through the rocks on the property's quarry. Updated at the beginning of 2014, this working farm is within a half-day's journey to numerous Upper Cumberland attractions, trails, and waterfalls. If guests prefer access to the urban, a Nashville, Knoxville or Chattanooga trip is within one and a half hours (1.5 hours) journey. Numerous golf courses are a stone's throw as well. Guests are welcome to walk the trails on the property or cycle down Brotherton Mountain.
Address: 5380 Brotherton Mountain Road, Cookeville 38056
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Guests will have access to a full kitchen with ice maker, 1950s fridge (with limited freezing space) dishwasher and spacious island. W/D available. WIFI and Dish TV.
Loft is available for extra sleeping area if guests provide cots or portable mattresses and bedding.
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Wifi available, 42" flat screen in living area with Dish service, fire pit out back, outdoor furniture on front and back porches.
Master bedroom is downstairs with queen bed ; second bedroom is upstairs (queen bed), accessible via a ladder-like staircase. Older children may be more suitable than young ones.
Allergy season can be taxing on some, so if you're prone to pollen disturbances, bring Zyrtec.
Please note that we allow dogs, but we ask that you be an extremely cautious and respectful pet owner. We ask that you crate unattended animals (especially at night if they are known to roam or to chew) and that in no circumstance should your animal be left alone without supervision. We have gone to great lengths to furnish the cabin for a luxury experience, and damages can be expensive and no fun.
No smoking. No parties. Do not leave pets unattended.
Key code available a few days prior to your stay.
Two years ago, my husband and his brother secretly bought this 280 acre farm that sits atop Brotherton Mountain in Putnam County, Tennessee. I wasn't thrilled. Don't get me wrong, the land is beautiful...really beautiful. But, seriously? Didn't we have a little too much on our plates, I argued. Oh, but there was a stone house, and a perfect little barn, and blackberry thickets, and little overgrown lakes. Fun project, right? We'd done these types of things before, right?
Fast forward to 2016, when dozens and dozens of guests have enjoyed our little farm. Now I can truly say that the farm has been a blessing, even through all the design decisions and renovations that can extend people and budgets. Enjoy, people...enjoy the wandering cows, the tire swings, the rocking chairs, the pond. You have my persistent and visionary husband and brother-in-law to thank :)