This tiny home takes rustic luxury to a whole new level!
On the outskirts of Music City, Turner’s Grain Silo is one of the few grain silo homes in the United States! Originally built to store grain, the 400-square-foot cylinder now functions as an updated living space. The tiny house includes all the essentials for a comfortable stay, including heat, air, and a modern kitchenette. Best of all, Turner’s Grain Silo is available for rent on Airbnb for travelers in the Nashville area!
While the house is secluded without the distractions of television or Wi-Fi, the buzz of downtown Nashville is just 25 minutes away! Plus, no children under the age of 13 are allowed at the residence, which gives parents the perfect excuse to embrace a date night getaway.
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Co-owner, Jim Bradford, explained that the most challenging part of the DIY project was the structure’s shape. In an interview with The Wilson Post, the wood maker admitted:
“Building round is very difficult. It’s a lot of figuring stuff out prior to doing it. It took me and my brother-in-law four hours to put up three boards. Once we figured it out, we got the rest of it done in like 12 hours. Building round, it’s hard.”
Fellow co-owner, Dawn Bradford, views the tiny home as an escape and feels that Turner’s Grain Silo is more “special” than a cookie-cutter hotel room.
“It is allowing people to come somewhere that’s personal,” she explained to The Wilson Post. “It’s not just a hotel or motel. That was my main thing…to give rest to the weary traveler.”
You can book Turner’s Grain Silo or any of the other Bradford properties today! The Bradford family abides by Airbnb’s cleaning process and considers COVID-19 guidelines.
So, what do you say? Would you ever stay in a tiny house?
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