After making a pilgrimage home to Tennessee, Emily Steinberg-Cash, felt her 1835 home in Lebanon would make the perfect restoration project for her fresh start. Although you won’t find melons growing at Watermelon Moon Farm, you will enjoy the picturesque sunrise and sunsets, goats, chickens, dogs, and cats, alongside history, inspiration and relaxation. Whether visiting the bed and breakfast for a long weekend, shopping the gift shop or attending a farm event such as the upcoming Mother’s Day Luncheon, guests can all agree the ambiance and architectural features are something to admire.
“I love to show and tell all about it to visitors,” Emily says, “Since it is listed on the National Historic Register, keeping the home as original as possible makes it truly interesting. Relics found under the building such as a whale rib bone and harpoon suggest they were brought back from the original owner's visits to New Orleans when going by riverboat to sell tobacco grown on the plantation. There are wonderful views of the rolling hills and even the cemetery of the Wm Washington Seay family.”
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