“Leiper’s Fork, Tenn. The grandeur of a Greek revival home is the sum of its stunning elements: the tall, two story columns capped with ionic-style scrollwork, the peak of a strong pediment and gable, the dramatic symmetry, an inviting entrance with transoms and sidelights, and of course, the sprawling porches. It’s the style we know best from The White House, the most famous home in the world.

Situated on nearly 40 acres near the village of historic Leiper’s Fork in Williamson County, Tennessee, is a grand white home designed to look precisely like a historic property. This new construction applies long-lasting materials, technologies, and a modern open floor plan to rooms with high style and millwork patterns from a previous century.”

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