Treemont Mansion and its Carriage House boasts a history of hosting select charitable events, weddings and local business receptions for the last 25 years on the east side of Davidson County in Hermitage, TN. Originally the land was a horse pasture owned by President Andrew Jackson. The 17,500 square foot home is not nearly as historical but was built by the prominent Hermitage family of Charlie and Ginger Turner who brought their own kind of history to the local area.
After being purchased in 2016 by Rick Cook, a former American Saddlebred World Champion horse trainer, Treemont Mansion has become a first class event venue on a full time basis. Teemont Mansion and its Carriage House have been completely redecorated by Nashville’s renowned design team at ReCreations Home.
Step through the front door and experience timeless elegance detailed with perfection through the Turner’s original vision for the home and the magnificent updated furnishings from ReCreations. The now famous trainset in the ceiling still remains and at the flip of a switch will cause every child’s eye to twinkle with delight. The 20 room mansion and its exterior is finally proud to offer a number of intimate reception and ceremony sites along with free parking a few steps away. For larger receptions, Mr. Cook and his team have transformed the Carriage House into a trendy rustic chic hall that can comfortably accommodate a party of 250 guests, complete with a fireplace, built-in bar, restrooms, vintage lights, dressing quarters, garage doors for open air options and an attached caterer’s facility.
Locals have driven past Treemont for many years and it has certainly become a modern landmark for those living in the area. Mr. Cook simply believes everyone should visit the ‘Grande Dame’ of Hermitage in hopes they’ll book their next event because you’ll either bring back a memory from the past or create a beautiful memory for the future.
Ginger Turner stated, “Having your wedding at Treemont is a good omen for a long lasting and happy marriage, here in the house that love built.”