I was able to go with my husband to Nashville, Tennessee a few weeks ago.
We had such a great time visiting all of the sites!
Brad Paisley was even playing at the Grand Ole Opry when we were there!
I love my country music, but I also loved seeing all of the beautiful homes there!
On our first day, we actually went on the ABC "NASHVILLE" tour.
Does anyone else love that tv show?
It's one of my favorites!
Here are the homes of two of my favorite characters in the show:
Here is the character Deacon's home.
It looks like the roof might of had a leak, but it's definitely the house you see on tv!
Here is the character Rayna James' home in the show:
I can't imagine how gorgeous it would look when all of the trees have their leaves.
The lady who owns the home, actually lives there even when they are taping the show.
Here are some of the other homes we happened to see.
These neighborhoods are so gorgeous...
I loved the pillars on the front of this house!
Here is one more view a little closer...
I love how it has a side porch!
This home definitely has charm and the yard was beautiful too!
In fact, I noticed most of the homes have a lot of land.
The yards are also full of gorgeous trees!
Here are a few homes that are very traditional...
I love a white house with black shutters!
I think the black and white looks really classic and clean!
I love all of the windows too!
This home was made of a beautiful stone.
I like the planters in the entrance too!
This porch was adorable!
I love the arched wood detail!
This was actually a historical home.
It has a cute fence around it too...CHARMING!
Here is one more of my favorite homes...
I thought of my grandma when I saw this home...RED was her favorite color!
On our last day, we visited the McGavock Confederate Cemetery in Franklin, Tennessee.
The land for the cemetery was donated by the McGavock Planter family.
This is the historical plantation.
It was gorgeous and it had an amazingly huge porch!
Look at those columns!
I love the detail that they put into building older homes.
There isn't anything more charming than a home with columns, a porch and shutters!
I have to say, Nashville has charm!!