This mansion is located at 9 Oxmoor Court in the Governor’s Golf & Country Club in Brentwood, TN. It was built in 2008 and boasts 9,870 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, forma living and dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, billiards room, lower level bar/kitchenette, home theater and more. It is listed at $2,325,000.

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  • Siobhan

    I love this home. It’s true to its origins with a few tasteful southern touches without feeling like an attraction at Disney Land. Beautiful hardwood floors, relatively neutral wall paint, and nice sized rooms that are easy to envision furnished. I love lower-level rec rooms like the one featured here, too – especially with fully equipped kitchens. I’d give this an 8/10.




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  • Stewie

    The exterior is passable – the front looks ok, but I don’t like the back. However, the interior nearly made me throw up. The colour of the walls in the entrance hall, the weirdly arranged kitchen, the green walls, the claustrophobic and weird looking screening room – it’s a complete disaster all round. Average home that needs A LOT of work inside – no thanks, not to my taste




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    • Stewie

      Ok I have re-analyzed it and I think the exterior has a few nice touches – as I said the front looks quite good, the back so so but still ok – I would have preferred it if the balcony was in the middle, a much more symmetrical and authentic style. Then I would actually really like the exterior. But as it stands, I find it kind of average. But the interior is what really lets this home down in my opinion. I just find it very boring and I hate that kitchen! Price is pretty decent so that remedies the property. Average home imo




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  • Daniel

    It’s an okay home. The colors are WAY too dark for me throughout the entire house – sorry, but a nice entrance hall to me does not equal using the color Fecal Mist. Every single room needs to be lightened up. I personally hate the wood floors throughout – they look like they were salvaged from a dumpster. The living room is nice, although the fireplace should have been two-story as well. The kitchen seems a bit small. My favorite parts are the theater and master bathroom The rear looks very odd – is it me, or does the house look narrow, almost paper thin?

    Nope, not for me. I’m also having trouble where the 10,000 air-conditioned square feet went. Looks about half the size.




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    • Marcus

      The house plan looks to be Archival Designs “Chanteray” floor plan. If that is the floor plan used the sq ft comes to 9,695 if the builder finnished every inch of the bonus room and basement. The two main floors only come to 5,101 sq ft.




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  • Mark

    This looks like nothing more than a builders spec house a little jazzed up. Geez are you guys getting desperate? Doesnt’ seem to be the same caliber as i am used to seeing here




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  • organbrett

    It doesn’t bother me too bad. I liked seeing larger spaces after the last couple of homes. The inside (repainted of course!) is not too offensive. I do not like the look of the downstairs space. The flooring down there sucks! Of course like Siobhan said, these spaces are more useful with full kitchens. My favorite use involves a large bar with some kitchen appliances. Kill 2 birds. The home theater puzzles me because there are no risers. Why carpet a space when you’ll just have to tear it up (& recarpet) to get a perfect viewing angle from behind row #1?




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  • Mak

    I’m tired of ripping these houses apart. Its weird, because the “mansion of the day” is usually much higher quality.

    Seriously. Is this REALLY a “home of the rich”?

    I don’t see it. I just don’t.




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  • Venom

    It is a decent home for the price I guess.
    Just rip out those horrid floors and wood beams in the ceiling and you have a good start.




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