Castle Homes English Country Parade House

Stepping into Castle Homes’ Contemporary English Country house at the Nashville Parade of Homes, visitors are inspired by the dynamic exterior of the home wrapped in handmade espresso brick and a bank of windows accented in Sherwin Williams Iron Ore.  When you step inside, craftsmanship meets livability with the beautiful open floor plan.

Castle Homes’ President Alan Looney and partner/VP Heather Looney have highlighted inspiring building and design elements in this video.

Inspired by 1900s British architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, Castle Homes collaborated with architect Kevin Coffey as well as Gavin Duke, Page | Duke Landscape Architects for a custom landscape plan inspired by the English vernacular. The interior design was researched and designed by Joy Huber, LEED AP BD&C with gorgeous interior styling, furnishings and décor provided by Rozanne Jackson Interiors of The Iron Gate.

Custom Craftsmanship

Custom craftsmanship can be found in the home’s dormers, American White Oak front door, powder bath, study tracery ceiling and scalloped hood above Wolf’s latest range with two-tone knobs. 

“We collaborated with Vintage Millworks on the crown molding of the home which will be unique to this home only. In addition, their custom work in the home as well as creating the breakfast room tables brings a one-of-a-kind uniqueness to the home,” Looney said.  “Castle Homes creates houses of architectural integrity by taking historic inspiration with a fresh perspective which you see when you step into the open floor plan home with incredible custom finishes. We take very seriously our goal of contributing to the architecture of Middle Tennessee.”

The Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes is open daily from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m., through October 22, at 1452 Witherspoon Drive, Brentwood, Tennessee (37027). Located near Crockett Elementary, from downtown Nashville, take I-65 South to Brentwood. Exit Concord Road and travel east away from Brentwood on Concord Road.  Turn right on Wilson Pike.  Turn left on Crockett Road.  Look for Parade of Homes parking signs on the right.

Tickets are $15 per person and available at the gate and a portion of
the proceeds 
benefits Williamson County Animal Shelter. 
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