Belle Meade Real Estate & Homes for Sale
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What's Not to Love about the Rich History of Belle Meade?
Belle Meade was founded in 1807 by John Harding on 250 acres of pristine farmland along Richland Creek in Nashville. John Harding was from Virginia where they had a rich history for breeding and racing thoroughbred horses. In 1820 John commissioned an Estate Home built-in the Federal style. He named his home "Belle Meade."
John soon turned over the management of the property to his son, William. The Civil War interrupted his passion. However, General William Harding was able to keep his estate in tact. He won more purses with his own horses than any other man living in the United States. William was successful in business and developed the thoroughbred auction in Tennessee.
Synonymous with success, this farm is now one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Nashville. The jewel of Belle Meade is Percy Warner Park and it's trail system. The park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Percy Warner and Edwin Warner Parks, total more than 2600 acres.