Nolensville’s Sherwood Green Estates is the site for Parade of Homes™ sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee.
Four homes built by three builders will be open for tours as part of the event. Parade builders are Arnold Homes, Landmark Homes of Tennessee, and Regent Homes.
A sophisticated cottage, the Arnold Homes house features a courtyard entry, white painted brick, and an exposed brick fireplace. The great room showcases an exposed beam ceiling with an octagonal design and a stone fireplace.
A dramatic two-story space graces the dining room and a dramatic Juliet balcony overlooks the area from the upstairs bonus room. Shiplap walls, a restaurant-style kitchen are featured in the kitchen, which also includes painted cabinets and island with reclaimed wood countertop and hood. Randy Arnold is the builder and Julie McCoy is the designer.
Nick Wisniewski, builder for Landmark Homes, and designers Lauren Blalock and Kara Blalock of ReFresh combined their talents on a classic European home with a modern twist. Use of a wide array of reclaimed materials brings the outdoors inside. The great room features 18-foot ceilings and a dramatic 12-foot sliding glass wall separating the home from the outdoor living area.
Striking new black-finished appliances and black Shaker-style cabinets are accentuated by white upper cabinets featuring glass doors. A country-style island is stained gray. Marble countertops and beveled subway tiles accented by charcoal grout, warehouse lighting, and a custom hood with a black metal finish round out the design. Upstairs, three bedrooms and a bonus room share the space.
The first of two homes built by Regent Homes, You Are My Sunshine is designed as a modern, fresh home for a young family. Accented by tones of gray, blue, turquoise, and pops of yellow, the home features white and gray furniture, light woods, chrome and brushed nickel light fixtures and faucets, and mirrored accent pieces. Designed by Shapiro and Company Architects, the 3,769 sq. ft. home features the work of designer Anthea Click.
Visitors to the home are welcomed by a sun porch/foyer that leads to the living/dining area. Glass rear doors from the family room lead to a covered porch. Glacier gray hardwood floors and soft gray cabinets surround a white island wrapped in beadboard. Featuring black stainless appliances and a white raised trellis pattern backsplash, the kitchen showcases Delta’s touch technology. Shades of gray are echoed throughout the master suite. The home offers three additional bedrooms and a playroom.
Designed by Mark Lynn of Mark Lynn Architectural Services, Regent Homes’ second home also features the design work of Anthea Click of Fresh Perspectives. The 3,778 sq. ft. rustic Tudor home features a mix of brick and stacked stone with board and batten shutters. Hinting at the rustic elegance inside are the copper exterior lights. Shades of beige and chocolates are highlighted with coppers, antique brass, and shades of bronze.
Featuring a trey ceiling and custom woven wood, the dining room is accented with a large brown mercury glass chandelier. A brick arched entryway leads from the coffered-ceilinged great room while accordion doors lead to the outdoor living space.
Sherwood Green Estates is located off Rocky Fork Road and features a stately entrance, tree-lined streets, sidewalks, and decorative street lamps. Community amenities include pocket parks, preserved natural areas, a greenway, and a walking trail along Mill Creek. Homes in the neighborhood range from $439,900 to $500,000.
Sherwood Green Estates is located at 3267 Burris Drive. For more information, visit www.hbamt.org.