Situated on 200 acres in Franklin, Tennessee, Armistead is an innovative agri-hood that blends agrarian traditions with modern living. Building on a family farm's legacy since 1887, the development will feature crop and livestock production integrated with a sustainable, mixed-use community. With open spaces, grazing pastures, and orchards amidst residential and retail areas, Armistead aims to foster a diverse and inclusive environment. Various housing options, from creekside cottages to micro-apartments, will accommodate a wide range of residents. A boutique inn and educational programs will attract visitors, while core values such as honoring the land, sustainability, and engaging the community will guide the project. Armistead presents a vibrant vision of farm, food, and family interwoven, aiming to inspire and connect generations to come.
The heart of Armistead is its vibrant town center, a meticulously planned agricultural village that serves as a communal hub for residents and visitors alike. Steeped in a rich farming legacy, the town center isn't just a place to shop or dine; it's an experiential destination where agriculture and community are interwoven. Here, you'll find a bustling marketplace that showcases an array of locally sourced products, from fresh produce harvested directly from Armistead's fields to artisanal goods crafted by regional talents. Restaurants will offer farm-to-table dining experiences, allowing you to taste the flavors of the community's labor and love. Adjacent to the historic farm, the pedestrian centric village will feature demonstration gardens and pockets of serenity, while event venues host regular workshops, farmers' markets, and community gatherings. The town center is the essence of Armistead's mission, where living, working, learning, and playing amidst full-scale agricultural activities is palpably felt.
The Armistead Property’s site design utilizes the clustered development pattern. This approach is known to preserve open space and rural character by densifying uplands leaving environmentally sensitive areas and natural systems intact.
29.98 acres of Natural Area
50.8 acres of Agriculture
12.22 acres of Open Space
93 acres of Total Open Space