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Historical Significance Meets Luxurious Living

The Primm Farm Development Enables Residents To Live In Luxury While Still Remembering Brentwood's History

Article by Sophie Brock

Photography by Photography Provided

Originally published in Brentwood Lifestyle

In the heart of Brentwood rests the hottest real estate development that’s just hit the block– Primm Farm. The name of this development is a nod to the historic aspect of this property, as it was once home to the historic Owen-Primm House.

This property is one of the most historic aspects of Brentwood, and the development’s tagline describes it best: “Historic Significance Meets Luxurious Living.” It’s not every day a luxury home can be built so close to such a historic part of the community. 

Originally, the Owen-Primm House was a log cabin on 44 acres built by Dr. Jabez Owen in 1805 and later expanded with wood framing by Thomas Perkins Primm in 1845. Dr. Jabez Owen was a prominent physician and planter in Brentwood who owned hundreds of acres around Moores Lane, Wilson Pike, and Concord Road. He was also one of the wealthiest men in Williamson County at his death in 1850.  In 1988, this property was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The original Owen-Primm House as well as the antebellum slave cabins remain on the property and are rare and unique with the shared fireplace between the buildings.

Now, the rest of this land is dedicated to the Primm Farm development, and when it comes to this beautiful land, Susan Gregory is your go-to girl who will guide you through the steps of making Primm Farm your new home.

“Homesites are approximately half an acre to 1 acre,” Gregory explains.  “Small, quaint community with only 24 homesites and convenient to everything.”

Due to the smaller size of this community, this neighborhood will introduce the homeowners to a home life filled with peace and quietness, making it easy to unwind at night in their newly built homes in their luxurious neighborhood.

While middle Tennessee is quickly growing and has become quite the desirable place to call home, Primm Farm sets a precedent of being able to expand and grow as a community while still paying homage to the history and original land that holds a key part in Brentwood’s history.

This development features the immaculate work of three seasoned builders:  Arnold Homes, Artisan Custom Homes, and Landon Development. These three builders have already put together stunning blueprints and mockups for the homes that are made up of different shapes and sizes that will one day fill up Primm Farm.

What makes Primm Farm an incredible place to live? The location.

“Location, Location, Location,” Gregory says. “In the heart of Cool Springs and quick access to shopping, restaurants, and highly sought-after Brentwood Schools.”

Primm Farm is centrally located and has easy access to things for household members of all ages, whether that be shopping, going out to eat, or even just enjoying the great outdoors.

Besides the Owen-Primm House and the antebellum slave cabins, there are other historic outbuildings including a 1920 stone springhouse, a frame barn with weatherboard siding from 1920, a frame garage from 1930; a frame shed from 1930.

Construction of Sold homes and speculative market homes will be starting this spring, and Parade Of Homes will be in this community Spring of 2025.  

Primm Farm enables its residents to enjoy a life of luxury while also being able to remember the history of the town they live in. Don’t wait and make Primm Farm your new home today! Lots are filling up fast, and this is something you won’t want to miss.

For more information, contact Susan Gregory:


  • Susan Gregory

“Small, quaint community with only 24 homesites and convenient to everything.”