Harlinsdale Farm

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Harlinsdale Farm
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Harlinsdale Farm, March 2014.
Location 239 Franklin Rd., Franklin, Tennessee
Area 198 acres (80 ha)
Built c.1900, 1935 and 1945
Architectural style Queen Anne and Colonial Revival
Governing body Local
MPS Historic Family Farms in Middle Tennessee MPS
NRHP Reference # 06000344 [1]
Added to NRHP May 3, 2006

The Harlinsdale Farm is a 198-acre (80 ha) historic district in Franklin, Tennessee that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. It dates from c.1900 and had other significant dates in 1935 and 1945.[1]

It includes Queen Anne and Colonial Revival architecture. When listed, the district included 14 contributing buildings, four contributing structures, and one contributing site, as well as four non-contributing buildings and one non-contributing site.[1]

The NRHP eligibility of the property (and 342 other farm properties in Tennessee) was covered in a 1974 study of "Historic Family Farms in Middle Tennessee".[2]

It was opened as a park of the City of Franklin, Tennessee in 2007. It has to do with Walking horses.[3]

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