This Little Cabin in Tennessee Looks Like Noahs Ark!

Kelly's Jubilee is a private vacation cabin that looks like a tiny ark. The tiny house design is located on a 50 plus acre property with 7 homes and featured in Southern Living Magazine. The land has hiking trails, a labyrinth, a pond to fish, a creek that runs year-round. The vacation property has several cool places to rent including a civil war cabin building. The treehouse and treehouse mansion is also fabulous. People travel from far away to stay in the property's fabulous unique spaces. The owners also live on the vacation property and are available to help if needed. There is a private two-person hot tub at the Ark. The property also has a shared hot tub located about 500 feet away situated on a deck overlooking a beautiful creek.

The Ark tiny home is just 10 minutes from downtown Springfield and 5 minutes from Kroger. Uber and Lyft are not available in Springfield, but the vacation property offers rides for a fee. Uber and Lyft are available back to the property from Nashville. The cabin has one outdoor Ring doorbell camera on the front porch at the bottom of the exterior stairs facing the driveway. The Ring camera will be on during your vacation stay. There are many wonderful birds to watch, including owls, great blue herons, wild turkeys, cardinals, and songbirds. The koi pond and creek attract many animals. There is a freshwater otter family that lives on the north side of the property. Unfortunately, there is the occasional snake, so you'll want to be mindful. If hiking you will also want to beware of poison ivy.

The vacation property is located in a lush and nature-filled environment. There are many species of animals and insects that live here. There are many wonderful birds to watch, including owls, great blue herons, wild turkeys, cardinals, and songbirds. The koi pond and creek attract many animals. There is a freshwater otter family that lives on the north side of the property. Unfortunately, there is the occasional snake, so you'll want to be mindful, and when hiking beware of poison ivy.

There are plenty of places to eat, drink, shop, and listen to music during your stay in the Nashville area. There is so much to do in downtown Nashville with the honky-tonk zone, history, and culture to explore, along with some incredible local restaurants and bars that are off the beaten path in the outlying neighborhoods. You'll want to take advantage of this great city while you are there. The following are just some of the things you can enjoy during your stay in Nashville.

Hatch Show Print in the SoBro area was founded in the 19th century to print posters for the traveling circuses and the minstrel shows, Hatch Show Print preserves the traditions of letterpress printing that is still beloved by music fans and art directors. This is a great place to find new posters to decorate your home.

Gaylord Opryland Resort. The sprawling Gaylord Opryland Resort is a fun place to visit with multiple pavilions that cover acres of land and has almost 3,000 guest rooms. The resort is much like a premium casino resort without all the clamor of slot machines, it’s a great place to stroll around and people-watch, especially when the resort is decorated for holidays throughout the year.


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