NASHVILLE, TN — Independent filmmaker and founder of Film House Curt Hahn is selling one of Nashville’s oldest homes.
The original farmhouse and detached kitchen at 5409 Cochran Drive were built in 1835 on the center of a 1,500 acre land-grant from the state of North Carolina to the Hill family. In 1950, it was purchased by prominent local attorney Carmack Cochran – hence the road’s name – who would later become one of the key architects of the Metro Charter. His family took the home down to the studs, updated the home and connected the kitchen to the main house.
By the 1990s, the home was dilapidated and purchased by Hahn in 2003, who has since renovated and updated it. Only three families ahem ever owned the house.
The fourth will enjoy a variety of modern updates to the historic structure, including high-end kitchen appliances, solar panels that produce $1,600 of electricity annually and a variety of other green improvements.
Price: $1,100,000 Square Feet: 4286 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3 Baths Built: 1930 Features: Artfully restored historic farmhouse easily accessible to I-65 between Brentwood and Nashville.The home has spacious rooms,high ceilings and warm,wide planked flooring throughout.Light filled kitchen with professional appliances and French doors leading to large screened porch and patio. www.nashvillehistoricfarmhouse…
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