Castle Homes is pleased to be returning to the Nashville Parade of Homes and presenting a stunning Contemporary English Country home with the help of team of award-winning creatives.

Presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, the home tour is open daily October 7-22 in the new Witherspoon neighborhood of Brentwood off Crockett Road.

Alan Looney, company president, said the design-build project was influenced by British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens.

“Collaborating with architect Kevin Coffey, the Contemporary English Country style is based on historical precedent with a fresh design perspective achieving a home with architectural integrity and great liveability. The organic, warm inviting interiors includes an open floor plan of 7,771 square feet for the three-level home with five bedrooms and five full/two half baths,” Looney said. “We are so pleased to have partnered with Rozanne Jackson Interiors on interior styling with stunning furniture, décor and draperies from The Iron Gate – all available for purchase at the After The Parade Sale.”

The exterior spaces of the home have been divided into four areas in the landscape plan created by Gavin Duke, Page | Duke Landscape Architects. The home’s English Country vernacular inspired the use of heirloom type plants including oaks, boxwoods and yew hedge.

Craftsmanship of the home has been taken to the next level with the collaborative Vintage Millworks partnership. From the home’s exterior custom millwork in the dormers, trim and front door to the powder sink base, range hood and study’s tracery ceiling. In addition, the crown molding has a unique profile created just for the Castle home.

The Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes is open daily from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m., from October 7-22, 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.

Click here to purchase tickets online or also available at the gate. A whimsical “dog dig” in the home’s lower level includes a gorgeous Papina pet bed, donated by Ferguson, and part of the event silent auction benefiting Williamson County Animal Shelter.

Castle Homes has distinguished itself as a top Nashville design-build company producing impeccable homes with guaranteed pricing. Founded in 1993 by Alan Looney, in 2012, the team earned the coveted Southern Living Custom Builder of the Year Award and was chosen to build the 2013 national Idea House at Fontanel. Known for superior attention-to-detail, green building
and proven craftsmanship, Castle Homes’ staff includes construction degreed project managers and an experienced interior design staff who work to create a stunning spectrum of homes throughout the Middle Tennessee area from low-maintenance farmhouses in Leiper’s Fork to historically inspired English Country style homes.