This huge 19,935 square foot estate is located at 55 Governors Way in the ultra posh gated golf community, The Governor’s Club, in Brentwood, TN. The home, which is the largest in the gated community, was on the market back in November of 2008 for $6,900,000. It was originally on the market for $7,900,000. The home boasts 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room with wet bar, his-and-hers offices, home theater, indoor basketball court, a 2-lane bowling alley, gym, billiards room and a golf simulation room. There is also a large, separate guest apartment with full kitchen and living room. The backyard contains a network of multiple pools that have a rock waterfall and a waterslide, a full outdoor kitchen and a screened in porch. The home’s heated garage can fit four tour buses. It is listed at $6,950,000.

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  • j

    This homes interior is really nice




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  • Nalin

    very nice, big and unique. the house looks like 2 houses connected from the front view. and that outdoor kitchen nicer than most homes’ regular kitchen haha. and a garage that can fit a tour bus… wow




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  • Daniel

    Exterior is disgusting. I agree with Nalin, it looks like two homes (Reminds me of that salmon Beverly Park mansion). Interior is different. I commend the use of actual colors besides beige. Although they aren’t the same ones I would use, it is nice…for a house in Tennessee (no offense to anyone living in the state).




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m with Daniel that the interior is pretty awful. The interior doesn’t totally suck, but it’s definitely not my style. It looks dated, almost old-fashioned, especially some of the paint treatments on the walls. Just because it’s traditional doesn’t mean it can’t look like it belongs in modern times.




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  • Pat

    Wow, 7 million and not one chimney is visible from the front? Is the roof asphalt shingle?

    Inside is nice, but the front just feels like I’m on a long road trip.




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    • Venom

      Make sure you check out his link.
      This house is flat out phenomenal.
      It has absolutely everything you ever need.
      By the way, I need every car that is in that garage.




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      • Daniel

        Could you have gotten worse colors for the cars? The DBS is salvageable, but otherwise they are terrible colors in my opinion. And he/she should get a real Lambo, not some re-badged R8.




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        • Venom

          I don’t know, what’s wrong with the Cocaine White 911 Turbo?
          The DBS is in the James Bond movie color and it is quite beautiful in that color in person.
          I agree the 599 in black is not good, really should be in red.
          And I would hardly call that a re-badged R8, that is either a Superleggera or a Balboni and should be given its respect.




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          • Daniel

            Murcielago, Diablo, maybe even Reventon are real Lambos. Gallardo is Lambo’s way of bending over for market share.

            Replace the four with a Murcie SV, F50, DBS Volante and Carrera GT and then you’ve got an impressive collection. They even painted the garage to match the gloomy car colors!




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          • Venom

            The Carerra GT is the greatest car in human history.
            I will own one before I die.
            The F50 is not great, the Enzo is much better, even the F40 is better.
            My ex in high school’s dad had one and I got to drive it, awesome.
            The DBS Volante is gorgeous, but then you are entering that iffy chick car territory. Instead just go with the Carbon Black model.
            Instead of the Murcielago I would go with a Zonda.
            I would have the 458 Italia instead of the Gallardo, but I would have to keep it outside lest it catch on fire:)




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          • Kyle

            The Gallardo is more technologically-advanced and modernized than the Murcielago. However the Murci looks way cooler I think. And I think a Gallardo is very Lambo.

            One has to be cautious when talking about what is a “real” version of a brand; the original Volckswagon Beetle was designed by Dr. Porsche himself. But no one driving an old VW Beetle claims they drive a Porsche 😀




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          • Daniel

            HA! A Miata or Boxster are chick cars; a DBS Volante is a dream car. Especially here in S. Florida…take a nice stroll down A1A from South Beach to Palm Beach.

            -F50 is incredible, Enzo is one of the ugliest Ferrari’s in recent memory (with a nose that makes Nixon’s look dainty), and the F40 is also incredible but F40 vs F50 = F50 in my book. Personally I’d get an MC12 as I think it is one of the best looking supercars ever, even int he white/blue color scheme.

            -I was sticking to the four brands this person had, but I too love Zonda’s. Too bad the current version isn’t street legal (though I know there are a couple roaming around Cali). Koenigsegg, Veyron, McLaren F1 LM, etc…true dream cars.

            -Gallardo may be more advanced, but I need something that moves me by just sitting there. Gallardo doesn’t do it, Murcie does. Can’t wait to see what the ‘Jota’ replacement will look like. I sure hope it keeps the scissor doors 😉

            -Not a fan of the 458. Looks like a baby Enzo, so basically an infant Nixon. F430 looks much better IMO.

            Nothing more that I love than cars AND homes, and this blog satisfies both :)!!!!




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  • kieran

    This is grose, reminds me/slaps-me-in-the-face with all th ARTIFICIAL history you see all across america that made me homesick when I was these. Nice though, if your used to it 🙂




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    • kieran

      There*




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    • KEV

      This country is a baby compared to Europe, Kieran. And while we will probably always bulldoze and tear down 99.99% of the homes in this country over time, there are some that will be left that are truly historical. In Europe, however, they pretty much leave everything standing, even when it is simply an old, musty and tired relic, not historical in any way. To each his own, I suppose.




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      • Pat

        AND it is the citizens who build great homes in the US, not the ruling class. Someone’s Inferiority complex is showing.




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  • KEV

    Pretty cool, not waaaaaay above appraised value, which is quite a change for most houses on HOR–

    http://www.williamson-tn.org/assessor/parcel_details.php?ndx=189480




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  • jdubble07

    Typical listing agent overinflating the square footage. According to the Williamson County Assessor, the home is 16,610 sqft under air. The garage is 3,079 sqft and there is an additional 252 sqft of utility room and 540 sqft of pool house.




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