Cottontown luxury sits on 53 acres of fishing ponds, trails

The baseball discipline is peaceful and no one is paddling or jet snowboarding on the 6-acre private lake now that the kids have grown and moved absent, so Scott Jordan and his spouse are advertising the Cottontown estate they have owned since 2003.

They’ll choose their reminiscences with them, but the fishing ponds, the rolling fields and woods and the barn they painted crimson for their daughter will be there for the future proprietor.

This aerial photo shows the lap pool and the lake next to the house at Flip Flop Farms.

Also there will the 9,299-square-foot household at the coronary heart of the practically 53-acre sanctuary they get in touch with Flip Flop Farms. The north Sumner County house, at 204 Lee Street, is on the market for $4,499,000.     

“The property was built on leading of the hill for utmost views of the ponds, trees, and wildlife. Flip Flop Farms is abundant with squirrels, deer, raccoons and even has a fox den. We have lots of crimson tail hawks (and) owls, and bald eagles fish here, way too,” mentioned Jordan, a well known Sumner County doctor.

The grand piano sits next to a cozy fireplace.
The kitchen is open to a living area with a stone fireplace.

The four-bedroom, 6½-bath household was constructed in 2015. It sits following to the lap pool and the trails the place viewing triathletes educated with Jordan, who competes in 100-mile ultramarathon foot races, stated Real estate agent Kim Fennell, who co-owns Primary Avenue True Estate with John Lott.

There are also secluded spots to enjoy a peaceful moment, these as the orchard crammed with pear, peach and fig trees. Or sit less than a person of the 200 hardwood trees planted by Jordan and his family members, stated Fennell.