Terry Bates-Designed Residence Sells for $4.8M in Nashville, Tennessee

Terry Bates-Designed Residence Sells for $4.8M in Nashville, Tennessee

SOLD | Built 1999 | 14,107 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 2.06 Acres
5021 Hill Place Drive, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37205

Designed by architect Terry Bates of J. Terry Bates & Associates, Inc. and masterfully built by Ramsey-Daugherty Company in 1999 for the current owners, this expansive 14,000 square foot residence has sold for $4.8 million after hitting the market for $5.1 million in September 2020. Virtually every aspect of this home from the windows, doors, millwork and hand-chiseled exterior stone was custom crafted. Architectural millwork done by the renowned James Dunn of Vintage Millworks is sure to impress. Interior features include a double-height entrance with sweeping staircase, formal dining & living rooms with coffered ceilings, panelled study, a vaulted great room with stone fireplace and French doors and a bright kitchen with large island and adjacent breakfast area. There are 5 bedrooms, 5.5+ bathrooms, a craft room, upper level game & media room, home gym and wine cellar. Enjoy the broad sweeping front and rear grounds with lush landscaping, pool and pool house. The property was on the market for $5.1 million with Beth Ligon Molteni of Fridrich & Clark Realty. Photography by StudioBuell. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.



























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