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Mountainview Mattress Store
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Map of Mountainview, TN
About Mountainview, TN
Mountview is a property in Brentwood, Tennessee that was built in 1860 and that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. It has also been known as the Davis-Rozelle Residence.
It includes Greek Revival, Italianate, "Transitional" and other architecture. The NRHP listing included three contributing buildings and one non-contributing building on an area of 5 acres (2.0 ha).
It is one of about thirty "significant brick and frame residences" surviving in Williamson County that were built during 1830 to 1860 and "were the center of large plantations " and display "some of the finest construction of the ante-bellum era." It faces on the Franklin and Columbia Pike that ran south from Brentwood to Franklin to Columbia.