Homestead Manor: A Magical Place

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On March 5, 1863, the Battle of Thompson’s Station raged around a sweeping 50-acre property and one Williamson County plantation home.

In spring 2013, Homestead Manor commemorated 150 years since the skirmish with its grand re-opening of the beautiful home–which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the property has a conservation easement through The Land Trust of Tennessee. {want to know more about the history? click here}

Built by the Giddens family between 1809 and 1816 the home sits as a preserved oasis surrounded by 47-acres of lush green grass, mature trees with hanging branches that shade the property and gentle hills that define the horizon. There’s sweeping versatility when it comes to Homestead Manor–it’s a newly renovated space that can serve as a private venue for community and corporate events, weddings and oh so much more.

But that’s not why we’re writing today–because, well, it must be your lucky day!

Homestead Manor Plantation is offering a limited spring special through February 15: receive $1,000 off venue rental for Saturday bookings and/or $500 off venue rental for weekday bookings for events in February and April 2014. 

We know, right? Too good to be true! If you’re interested in this (fabulous, as Ms. Dolly Parton would say!) deal, just email Laurie here. To see standard rental rates, head here.

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