Reverie at La Grange

About The Property

About the Property

Reverie is one of the historic plantation properties in the Village of La Grange, TN. The original plantation home was built by Major Edmund Winston in or around 1825, making it one of the earliest homes in La Grange. It is believed that the property was also the site of a Chickasaw Indian settlement and trading post which was called “Itey Uch La” meaning “Cluster of Pines” by the natives. Today, one can still see the native short-leaf pine trees lining the high bluffs of Reverie. At one prominent point called the “Crow’s Nest”, you can see for 5-10 miles in several directions. Only a handful of properties in La Grange have these amazing bluff views and they truly make you feel like you are on a mountain top in East Tennessee.

The original Reverie Plantation house burned in the 1987; however, it was replaced by a newly built Antebellum-Style home with modern materials and amenities. This new home is one of the finest in La Grange donning a full chef’s kitchen, ground-level master suite, and a 3-car garage. The home would make a great full-time residence or a weekend getaway with plenty of space for a large family.

The list of recreational opportunities at Reverie is more than can be covered in this short brochure. There is fishing in the 2.5 acre lake right behind the home. Deer and turkey are plentiful on the property and additional hunting opportunities can be found on the adjoining 6,700+ acre Wolf River State Natural Area & Wildlife Management Area. For the canoer, Reverie makes a great headquarters for Ghost River Canoe Trips as the La Grange launch point for the 5-hour float to Bateman Road in Moscow is less than 1.5 miles away. Reverie has some excellent trail hiking opportunities as well with an estimated 5+ miles of hiking trails on the property.

If you are looking for a slower pace of life, you will surely enjoy walking down to the Main Street area of La Grange. On Saturday, mornings you can grab a cup of coffee at the General Store and see what the latest happenings are in town. Additionally, the shops on Main Street are planning to open this spring and will offer many new eclectic shopping opportunities. Whether you are looking for quiet country living in a historic small town or for a getaway from the city for your family, Reverie is a unique property that offers wonderful opportunities for your family’s enjoyment.

Home Features:

  • 5 BR/4.5 BA Antebellum-Style Home with master suite downstairs & a Mother-in-Law Suite

  • Master bath with heated floor & towel bar, walk-in shower, separate tub, and double vanities

  • Full Chef’s Kitchen with GE Monogram appliances, 3-car garage with large attic, utility bay & workshop

  • Sprinkler system served via well water

  • Municipal Water and Natural Gas

  • Two Fireplaces

  • Large Flagstone patio overlooking lake

  • Cozy library with fireplace overlooking lake

  • Screened porch & deck

Land Features:

  • 276+/- Acres (35+/- Ac. of Open Land and 240+/- Ac. in Timber)

  • Prominent Bluffs with expansive 5-10 mile views

  • Plentiful deer and turkey populations

  • Adjoins 6,700+ Acre State Natural Area and Wildlife Management Area

  • Two established Clover food plots

  • Natural spring that runs year round

  • Pole barn for equipment storage

  • 5+ miles of ATV & hiking trails

  • 2.5 acre stocked fishing lake

  • 7+ acre fenced horse pasture

  • 3-Stall “Board & Batten Style” Horse Barn with Electricity & water

  • 30 minutes from Collierville, TN


276 +/- ACRES


LIST PRICE: $1,695,000





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