Mid-Century French Revival

Mid-Century French Revival

Nashville, Tennessee

Just off the winding drive of Jackson Boulevard, Truxton Place was named for the white horse belonging to Andrew Jackson. Built in 1967, this magnificent French Regency home has welcomed guests to its grand entrance gracing a 20-foot ceiling and elegant spiral staircase for years.

The residence, an original design of famed Nashville architect Edwin Keeble, leaves nothing to desire. Mr. Keeble designed the home for his nephew Sydney, a philanthropist and long-time Life & Casualty executive.

Keeble's masterful design was but a wonderful palette on which to re-create the needs of its present owners with a growing family and 4 happy dogs.

The addition of a garage, screened in porch, pool and pool house was the main emphasis tasked to the PfefferTorode team. Nashville designer, Monty Smith added his touch to the interiors while landscape architect, Gavin Duke, insured that the grounds were equally as fetching as the home itself. A beautiful garden sculpture was created for the present owners and lends mystique and grandeur to the property.