Picture this; a luxurious gated community with all the amenities and a golf course intricately designed by Arnold Palmer right in your backyard. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, your dream might just turn into a reality living at The Governors Club. This subdivision is located in beautiful Brentwood, Tennessee right off of Concord Road on the east side of I-65, making it an easy commute to Nashville.
The Governors Club is built upon 600 acres of farmland that was historically purchased by Colonel Winstead during the late 1700s. The Colonel’s son built what is now a famous historic mansion known as the Pleasant Hill Mansion; it sits beautifully as a backdrop for the Governors Club Golf Course. This exclusive, suburban community encompasses an elegant and affluent atmosphere that is comfortable for both retirees and young families. The endless amenities allow residents to never have to leave their community to stay active and entertained. These include multiple pools, tennis courts, a gym, other spot courts, a clubhouse, a restaurant, and (of course!) the golf course.
The private, 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature course is highlighted by ornate stone and rock work throughout the course. Each hole deems attention with natural flowing creeks and panoramic views of Tennessee’s rolling hills. The golf course itself spans across 200 acres with drastic elevation changes and stunning scenery, creating a challenging yet enjoyable course for the everyday golfer. This course has been rated as one of the finest in Middle Tennessee. Joining their private membership allows residents to enjoy this course and all it has to offer including a putting green, clubhouse, pro-shop, and full driving range.
While living in a community like this would be a dream, the price tag that comes along with it makes it extremely exclusive. The median price for a home in the Governor’s Club is $1,625,000, and the prices can reach upwards of $5,000,000. The median square footage in The Governors Club is 6,401. The houses showcase elaborate design elements that range from classic southern architecture to modern styles.
Reach out today to start living better in The Governors Club!