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Mulberry House
1100 Clifton Lane
Nashville, TN 37204-3230
Phone: +1--6154738437

Catherine Snow & Doug Knight

Norwegian, English, German

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... nestled behind the 'painted lady,' a Queen Anne-style house built in 1880.The fully renovated carriage house lies within its own fenced domain.
Across the stone and brick patio, the sun-drenched cottage beckons.French doors, demi-lune window, and cathedral ceiling bring the outdoors inside.
The spacious 500-sq.-ft. great room is light and airy and has two seating areas.The desk overlooking the garden provides an ideal setting for work.
The cottage is equipped with WiFi, cable-TV, HBO, surround-sound and MP3 port.The stylish furnishings include original art, oriental carpets, and antiques.
The gourmet kitchen is well stocked with self-serve breakfast, snacks & drinks.The bedroom is appointed with an antique brass bed, armoire & comfy chair.
Black-out shades & a fence laden with trumpet vines provide privacy & serenity.The bathroom features claw-foot tub, glass shower, luxurious towels and robes.
Guests enjoy relaxing on the main patio under the 19th-century gazebo.The fragrance of magnolia blossoms permeates the air in lazy summer evenings.