Historical Significance Meets Luxurious Living

A Place to Gather

A Place to Renew

The Owen-Primm House was originally a log cabin on 44 acres built by Jabez Owen in c.1806, and later expanded with wood framing by Thomas Perkins Primm in c.1845. This property in Brentwood, Tennessee was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.

Dr. Jabez Owen was a prominent physician and planter in Brentwood who owned hundreds of acres around Moores Lane, Wilson Pike, and Concord Road. Dr. Owen was one of the wealthiest men in Williamson County at his death in 1850. Some of these antebellum slave cabins still stand on the property today and are rare and unique with the shared fireplace between the buildings.

There are other outbuildings including a 1920 stone springhouse, a frame barn with weatherboard siding from c.1920, a frame garage from c.1930; a frame shed from c.1930. 

8318 Moores Lane | Brentwood, Tn  | 37027
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