Heidi Newfield’s Nashville-area home is on the market, reports The Tennessean. Priced at $949,000, Heidi is selling the 4,329-square-foot home as she plans to move to a more rural location. She purchased the home in 2004 while it was still in the framing stage.
“I had been through a million homes,” she said. “And for some reason, I could feel how this house was going to finish out. It seems to have a little bit of a Tuscan feel and a little bit of an antebellum feel to it at the same time.”
The home is on a corner lot with views of the park directly across the street. Heidi picked a number of the details, including the colors, cabinets, counter tops and fixtures. Many walls feature custom paint treatments and she modified the builder’s original plan for a brick finish on the fireplace and chimney in the family room, changing it to a rustic white clay finish and custom cedar block mantel that she personally distressed.
The house also includes a slate and copper wall fountain near the family room as well as Heidi’s grand closet, which was once featured in a spread in People magazine. The patio/garden room was created by Heidi and includes a brick fireplace as well as jasmine, herbs and baby roses.
Heidi, who loves to cook, made sure the kitchen was state of the art, including stainless steel appliances, double ovens, granite counter tops and painted cabinets. The second floor has an additional three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a media room with custom cabinetry that can house a 55-inch TV screen.
For more information and photos, visit the website of real estate agent Bob Grayson of SilverPointe Properties.