The ideal site for Sixties period pieces and retrofuturist fantasies.
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- School House Road
Set in a forested wilderness land trust of 5 square miles, The Farm is one of the longest lasting utopian experiments in American history. Founded from an exodus out of the Haight Ashbury in 1970, The Farm was described by the Wall Street Journal in 1975 as "The General Motors of American Communes." The population surged to 1400 by the early 80s, only to crash back and decollectivize, then rise again like a phoenix from the ashes. Today it is a comfortable retreat for some 200 residents, solar powered, soybean-fueled, and a model for ecovillages worldwide. The Hippy Place offers the perfect base station in this location from which to stage a full-on production. Commercial kitchens for craft, local vegan catering, industrial electric hookups, fast fiber connectivity, and secure enclosures for warehousing wardrobe and equipment. Within 30 minutes drive Middle Tennessee offers quality lodgings and conference rooms if the rustic on-site hospitality is insuffficent. Nashville is less than an hour by car, ten minutes by helicopter. There are two Lear-accommodating commercial airports within 15 miles and Nashville International is one hour and 15 minutes by limo.
184 School House Road, Summertown, TN, USA