Located on the fertile banks of the Stones River, this expansive property, with its fields of white clover, became the homestead of John Donelson in Purchased by Captain James Hoggatt in , the estate slowly grew to encompass 1, acres, with an antebellum mansion built in The property was sold to the Price family in , who specialized in horse-breeding. After the construction of the Lebanon Pike bifurcated the plot, the Stanford Brothers redeveloped a large portion of the land into subdivisions while running a dairy farm and cattle ranch on the remainder, which was sold to the State of Tennessee in
Some had their own rooms for the first time in their lives. Payne began her career working at Clover Bottom as a volunteer. We also know that more people can live more independent lives. In , Gov. Phil Bredesen promised it would close by the end of that year.
Clover Bottom Developmental Center Closing After 92 Years of Service
Clover Bottom Mansion occupies land on the Stones River first claimed in by John Donelson , who abandoned his homestead following an Indian attack. Hoggatt was a granddaughter of Daniel Smith. Donelson was named.
In recent years, the state closed Nat T. GVDC is scheduled for closure in the summer of Today, there are many different options for people, and Tennessee is on the front edge of that.