The Last Dance, Nashville
Aerial video of 530 Jackson Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee, 37205
Perhaps the biggest factor in drawing visitors to Nashville is its association with country music. Many visitors to Nashville attend live performances of the Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest running live radio show. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is another major attraction relating to the popularity of country music. The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, the Opry Mills regional shopping mall and the General Jackson showboat, are all located in what is known as Music Valley.
Civil War history is important to the city’s tourism industry. Sites pertaining to the Battle of Nashville and the nearby Battle of Franklin and Battle of Stones River can be seen, along with several well-preserved antebellum plantation houses such as Belle Meade Plantation, Carnton plantation in Franklin, and Belmont Mansion.
Description: “Set on the most prestigious street in Belle Meade, this three story, approximately 22,000 square foot masterpiece offers exquisitely appointed embassy size rooms, detailed woodwork and millwork, custom iron railings, beautiful paneled library, gourmet kitchen, media room and wine cellar.
This extraordinary 5 acre gated estate with beautiful portico, verandas, patios and terrances, pool with spa and tennis court give way to an outdoor living space that combines modern comfort with original grace and refinement.
In every aspect of its design, craftsmanship and construction, The Last Dance is a place of magic, a fully realized dream estate. “