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The Governors ClubMiddle Tennessee
Historical market conditions have opened the doors of affordability beyond affluent celebrities, professional athletes and corporate executives seeking an exclusive lifestyle found at Brentwood. Located in one of the best places to live in Tennessee, The Governors Club has approximately 375 Nashville luxury homes gently hugging a private Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course and tranquil lakes, most homes with unobstructed views of the golf course. Mature oak trees, stone bridges crossing over cascading waterfalls, gracious open spaces and rolling hills unfold the grandeur of the 617 acre neighborhood in Brentwood, a community on the list of finest Tennessee golf communities. The Governors Club provides the ultimate sense of privacy to those moving to Nashville.
THE GOVERNORS CLUB AMENITIES
- 24 Hour Manned Gated Entrance
- 18 Hole Championship Golf Course designed by Arnold Palmer
- Golf Clubhouse with dining
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Tennis Courts
- Fitness Center
Brentwood is named one of the Skinniest Places to Live by CNN Money and attracts health conscious people. Could it be for the high quality of life Nashvillian's have found here or the elegant Nashville luxury homes? We believe both and because of the high quality Tennessee golf communities in Nashville. The Governors Club exudes southern elegance from the moment you arrive at this gated community. The Pheasant Hill Mansion built in 1854, is the community's focal piece busy with grand weddings and intimate social events. Next door to the mansion is a centrally located fitness center equipped with state of the art equipment to raise resident's heartbeats. The Swim and Racquet Club at The Governors Club features tennis courts and a swimming pool. It's a great place for neighbors to catch up, meet new friends and welcome those moving to Nashville.
The Governors Club golf amenities include a Southern Plantation style golf clubhouse, an Arnold Palmer Signature 18 hole golf course, driving range, a pro shop, dining options in the Palmer Dining Room, the 19th Hole Grille or at the Cabana Bar. More amenities include a swimming pool, his/her locker rooms with both sauna and steam rooms. Golf memberships are open to the public. Sports and social memberships are limited to property owners of The Governors Club.
Families with young children are attracted to Williamson County because of the best school district of Brentwood Tennessee. Nashville luxury homes for sale at The Governors Club range in the mid $600k's to over $6 million. Lots for sale at The Governors Club can be found priced in the mid $100k's to $300k's. Buyers looking to find a more upscale home in one of the best places to live in Tennessee should explore The Governors Club.
Our real estate score for The Governors Club Brentwood Tennessee is 80.
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Construction of the Nashville golf club - The Governors Club began in 1987 by David Schwab. Unable to obtain construction financing, Schwab partnered with real estate developer David Miller in 1995. After irreconcilable differences, in 1999 the partnership ended between Schwab and Miller. Construction financing was obtained in 1998 from Los Angeles based Oaktree Capital Management, from what we can see Oaktree Capital Management still owns the club today.
In 2005, 27 club members sued Oaktree Capital Management for lack of disclosure of internal accounting practices effecting club membership values. In 2008, Oaktree Capital Management lost the appeal in its attempt to move the case to federal court. We are waiting to find out the conclusion of this lawsuit about this gated Nashville golf community.
Oaktree Capital Management owns the remaining developer lots and all of the club amenities. KemperSports based in Illinois now manages and operates the golf club.