This exposed brick loft apartment is located in Springfield’s picturesque, historic downtown neighborhood and overlooks the town square. The 3000+ sq. foot space features original wood floors, giant natural light windows, and an upper level studio space. Whether you want a New York apartment feel, or a yoga studio vibe, the loft offers endless possibilities.
Located on Main Street in historic downtown Springfield, this elegantly decorated whiskey and wine bar offers hints of mid-century modern style and notes of Southern charm. The location features a 20-seat, traditional bar and cozy back dining area that can accommodate up to 30 people. As an added bonus, the owners offer food + drink options for set decoration purposes.
The newly renovated, art deco style theatre on Springfield’s Main Street is easily accessible from Nashville for filming of all sorts: from music videos to period-piece films to creative commercials. Designed by award winning interior designer Kathy Anderson, the downstairs lobby and upper level mezzanine add to the overall 1920’s throwback feel.
Shoot your next editorial spread, album cover, or western-infused film at this four bedroom, historic log cabin located on the Tennessee-Kentucky border. Recently renovated inside and out, the interior is the perfect combination of old meets new, where key elements of the original cabin remain central to the overall rustic feel.
Since the early 1900s, this timeless location has served the surrounding communities of Robertson and Sumner county as a full service drug store and soda fountain. Located in a 1915 building on Highway 25E, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, don’t miss this classic charmer for your next nostalgic photo shoot or film.
Historic downtown Springfield is located roughly 25 miles from Nashville’s city center, and offers the perfect backdrop for a classic Main Street or a Town Square set. Founded in the 1800s, many of the town’s original buildings still exist, and offer endless possibilities for editorial, commercial, film, and television
With original posters still on the wall, a jukebox playing all day long, and cigarette smoke wafting from the lunch counter, this quintessential 1950s diner has to be experienced to be fully appreciated. The characters who work here are as interesting as the locals who stop in for their daily dose of homegrown sausage and eggs. If you are looking for authenticity, with a side of time and place, look no further.
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