Interactive map–Click on map markers to see a photo and brief history of each home.
— Nashville Fire Dept (@NashvilleFD) December 3, 2014
2014 Celebration of Home Tour Tickets cost $15 and may be purchased in advance at Alegria Gifts, Pied Piper Creamery ,The Post and Art and Invention.
Tickets pre-purchased through PayPal should be picked up at Lockeland Elementary School beginning at 4:30p on Saturday Dec. 6th and beginning at 12:30p on Sunday Dec. 7th.
The Lockeland Springs Neighborhood Association is teaming up with the producers of the hit television show Nashville to offer a chance at a very special home tour.
Participants in this year’s 2014 Celebration of Home tour will be eligible to register for a random drawing. One lucky winner and a guest will be treated to a private tour of the Lockeland Springs home used in the show. The winner and guest will visit the show during filming, tour the house, and be treated to lunch from the catering company on a day to be determined by the winner and the location manager.
Advance ticket purchasers can enter the drawing at The Post East, Alegria, Pied Piper, or Art and Invention at the time of purchase. If you purchase tour tickets online or buy them on the days of the tour may enter the drawing at the Lockeland Elementary School on December 6th and 7th when you pick up your tickets. No purchase is necessary but you must register to win in person during the tour hours at Lockeland Elementary School, located at 105 S. 17th St. See additional terms below.
*In order to be entered in the random drawing for a tour of the Nashville set home in Lockeland Springs, you must provide your name, email address, street address, and phone number. Incomplete entries will not be considered. All entrants must be 18 or over. One entry per person. All entries must be received by 4pm on December 7, 2014. The drawing will be held at 5:00 PM on December 7th. The winner will be notified directly and the winner will be posted on our website.
For complete information on the tour please click here.
2014 Celebration of Home Tour Tickets cost $15 and may be purchased in advance at Alegria Gifts, Pied Piper Creamery or The Post.
Pick-up your tickets pre-purchased through PayPal on the days of the tour at Lockeland Elementary School.
On December 6th, from 5:00PM until 9:00PM, and December 7th, from 1:00PM until 5:00PM, Lockeland Springs celebrates what it means to be at home in East Nashville.
Presented by The Lockeland Springs Neighborhood Association and Andy Allen of the Village Real Estate Group, the 36th Annual Celebration of Home Tour features ten private homes plus the 100 year-old Holly St. Fire Station. Local eateries including Eastland Cafe, Lockland Table, Margot, Mad Donna’s, Woodland Wine Merchant, Fat Bottom Brewery, The Post East, and Yeast, are serving goodies to tour goers. Other sponsors include Nashville Scene, Abode, House on Holly, Metropolis, Beth Haley Design and The Dog Spot.
Tickets are available for $15.00 at Alegria Gifts, Pied Piper Creamery, The Post, Art and Invention Gallery or Abode. Tickets may also be purchased during the tour on Dec. 6th and 7th at the Lockeland Elementary School, located at 105 S. 17th St.
The home tour is the only fundraiser for LSNA, supporting the development of Lockeland Springs Park, neighborhood conservation initiatives and the neighborhood grant program that assists Lockeland Springs groups in completing projects that enhance our neighborhood.
We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you!
For more information contact Elizabeth Smith at 668.7188.
*Tickets pre-purchased through PayPal will be available for pickup on the days of the tour at our will-call desk in the lobby of Lockeland Elementary School, located at 105 S. 17th St.
The 36th Annual Celebration of Home Tour in Lockeland Springs is set for the weekend of December 6th and 7th. This year’s tour will feature 10 area homes, as well as the Holly Street fire station. Tour hours will be 5p-9p on Saturday and 1p-5p on Sunday. Please mark your calendars. Check back for further details or use the link below to follow us on Twitter for the latest information.
The NFD officially recognized the longevity of Station 14 on Holly St. as an historical structure and the contribution, peace of mind, and public service its Firefighters have made to the Lockeland Springs and East Nashville communities during the past 100 years in a ceremony on Oct. 1, 2014.
In 1913, when the City of Nashville announced plans to build two new firehalls in outlying suburbs, neighbors organized the Lockeland Improvement League and petitioned to get one built in their neighborhood.
The firehall, designed in the Colonial Revival style by James Yeaman, Nashville’s first city architect, was the first built specifically for motorized vehicles and the first designed to blend into a residential neighborhood. It opened with formal ceremonies on October 1, 1914, as the:
J.B. Richardson Engine Company No. 14
Richardson was a prominent businessman who had bought the Lockeland Mansion as his country estate and when he died in 1913, the City of Nashville named the Station in his honor.
A. A. Rozetta was Chief of Fire Department when Station 14 opened and today it’s the City of Nashville’s oldest active Fire Station.
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