The Farm at Nostalgiaville - The Village
An Internet web site called Nostalgiaville, (gono.com) was established in 1996. We found that few people could spell Nostalgiaville, so we shortened our web site name to gono.com which means "go to Nostalgiaville".
|The image of an old 1800's western town was chosen as a logo for the site. It was decided to incorporate the logo as a basic component in the design of the Village and the Farm at Springfield, Tennessee was named Nostalgiaville.|
|While construction was progressing on other parts of the Farm complex, the site of the Village lies dormant awaiting a ground breaking event soon|
|And finally, as the new year 2002 dawns, so does construction begin on the "Village".|
|To follow is a composite of pictures of the Village.||All pictures can be enlarged by clicking your mouse on them.|
|The long front porch is finally dried in and we commission Donna Baxter, a talented artist, to work her magic to create an active 1800's village look on the front of the building.|
|A deck runs the full length across the back of the Village high above and overlooking Carr Creek. The view from the top of the Tower is awesome, being four stories above the back deck which is about two stories above the creek bed.|
|The Great Room|
|The Great Room inside the Village is finally ready for its first party, the 2002 Mom's Birthday. One of its attractions is a recently finished painting by Cheri.|
|The Village comes complete with a work room for crafts and projects.|
|A food preparation area with genuine barn wood cabinets and a small office with a computer connected to Internet rounds out the great room.|
The Tower part of the Village is four stories tall, and the view from the top is magnificent.
The Tower part of the Village provides an unforgettable view of Farm and surrounding area. It is being developed as a reading and relaxation room.
The bottom floors of the Tower are dedicated to the housing of the soda collectibles from the Museum of Beverage Containers.