About the Inns of Granny White

About Us ...

Living in the Inns of Granny White is pretty special. How many people pass by a local legend on their way to work every day?

The Inns of Granny White was established as a real estate development in 1985. It is a sixty-three acre site, with forty-six individual (one acre minimum) parcels on two streets;
Travelers Ridge Drive and Travelers Court.  Today, forty-three of the lots feature residential properties, all built between 1986 and today. 

The gorgeous terrain of the Overton Hills provides both a protective and secluded backdrop for many of the homes while allowing others to perch themselves high above it all and capture incredible views of the Nashville metroplex.  

The style of the homes here range from elegant early American and traditional southern classics to soaring contemporaries designed by architects such as local icon Robert Anderson.

'Eclectic' seems to be the operative word when talking about life in the Inns of Granny White.  Our residents include executives, surgeons, attorneys, professors, artists, architects, realtors, contractors, musicians, bankers, entrepreneurs, and virtually everything else under the sun. Families and retirees both enjoy living here because our private residential enclave is perfectly-located near schools, churches, shopping, and medical care facilities.

It is a privilege to live here in our little corner of the world ... one of the best kept secrets in Nashville.