Burns Village & Farm Cohousing and Agrihood Community

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We are a group of individuals and families working together to develop a cohousing and agrihood community in Burns, TN. We are looking for others interested in living in an intentional, multi-generational, semi-rural community that values diversity and preservation of farmland. Together we will design a cluster of 28-35 privately owned homes, each with their own kitchen and laundry facility, and a shared common house with space for community meals and social activities. We have a highly qualified team, with Katie McCamant as our cohousing consultant, and Jack Wilbern and Patricia Tetro (Blueberry Hill) as our architectural team.

This community will help conserve over 100 acres of farmland whose current owners want us there. We will hire a professional farmer, and residents will have access to the fresh produce and can be as involved as they want assisting the farmer.

The small town of Burns (approximately 1700 residents in 2018) offers a variety of locally-owned businesses and restaurants, as well as two municipal parks. Burns Elementary School is less than 2 miles away, and Burns Middle School is less than 3 miles away. We are less than 5 minutes from hiking in Montgomery Bell State Park (site of Ernest Goes to Camp). Dickson, TN is less than 10 minutes away with unique and interesting shops and restaurants, cultural amenities including the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum and Grand Old Hatchery music venue, grocery stores and a hospital, and a new public skate park.

Nashville, 30 minutes away, is a lively urban area with an international airport, world class music, art, dance and theater, universities, professional sports, and yes, the Ryman auditorium and honky-tonks on Lower Broadway.

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Diane Scher

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