This stately manor is located at 828 Windstone Boulevard in the gated Windstone subdivision in Brentwood, TN. It was purchased in December of 2009 by Rocky Tannehill for $3 million. Rocky is an entrepreneur involved in Christian-oriented social media ventures, including Zoecity Software Inc. The 11,203 square foot mansion boasts 6 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. It is listed at $3,795,000.

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  • Daniel

    While I usually hate mansard roofs, this one pulls it off nicely in my opinion. The exterior is pretty nice.

    The interior is a huge disappointment. Yet another example of an exterior and an interior that have nothing in common. The inside looks downright cheap, and the furnishings look extremely dated. The dining room and kitchen are the only rooms that look promising. The shower is the master bath looks terrible and makes the room feel small; why wasn’t an all-glass shower used?




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    • bob

      cheap…JOKE! Send a picture of your furniture to me please. Daniel you dont know good interior quality if you say this cheap. This is far from dated follows the trend perfect to the house and what it needs to look nice. As far as the shower it would be so stupid to have an all class shower. Would you want to show case you body for a whole room?




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  • CincyRob

    The theater could be much better to match the quality of the rest of the home.




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    • CincyBob

      Did you not see the burberry print carpet? That is farthest from cheap if you were to ask me. Maybe you should observe the pictures more closely.




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  • Grrrowler

    I do like the outside quite a bit. As Daniel said, the mansard roof actually works on this house. The inside is nice enough, but it certainly doesn’t match the formality of the outside, nor does it say $3.75 million to me. The inside just looks like any suburban house, albeit a large one. The theater looks unfinished to me; maybe they could work on installing those AV components in a closet and finding a way to have speakers recessed into the wall. The master bathroom looks like it has a mausoleum standing in the middle of it. I hate the columns that delineate the breakfast nook. They make it look like a giant bird cage. As for the price, it seems hopelessly optimistic. Is the market so much better than in 2009 that that there should be a 25% increase?




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    • Bob

      This is far from any “suburban home” inside interior. You must have some palace apartmeant. I have seen over all these bloggings about the theater. There is no big deal with this as the speakers have nothing to do with how you watch on a big screen. I dont know about you but i watch tv with the lights off so therefore you wouldnt notice them




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  • Mak

    Its location isn’t anything to brag about. There is no yard to speak of; certainly not much room for a backyard of substance. It was also built quite close to its neighbor. With all the development space, why jam them in there like that? Its going to take a long time for the development to fill in, and there is lots of landscaping there that remains undone. I wonder if the developer went under? With all of that open space, who is responsible for keeping it from going to the weeds?




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  • organbrett

    I pretty much agree with all the comments so far. I don’t like it at all, not my taste. I wonder what the appliance is on the kitchen (non-wood) island? Probably a small fridge or dishwasher. You see an outside facade like this with promise & then you just think, “Iiicckk!” when you go inside!!! 😉




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  • LE

    I think the house is awesome. The place has terrific curb appeal and the inside is very livable. I really don’t care for these super over the top interiors where you feel like you’re walking thru the french embassy.
    Property size sucks and the home theater sucks even more but at this price someone could build out a sweet home theater in that same space.




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  • Nick

    The exterior is nice, but the interior is a liitle bit dated in some rooms.I am not saying that it’s ugly or dull, but definitely the furnitures need to be replaced in most of the rooms.




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  • Bob

    After all theses blogs of hate I cant find a reason why not to like it. The interior isnt bad for what they probably want, a livable house and guess what, THE FURNITURE ISNT EVEN INCLUDED! So you dont need to worry about that so there goes most of your complaints right there! As far as location, five minutes from down town brentwood and 20 to nashville this is superb location.




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