Brentwood Lifestyle Feature: Grove Park Builds Trophy Assets


Article by Myra McEntire
Originally published in Brentwood Lifestyle

Grove Park is perceived as being on the cutting edge of residential design, and is known for ‘building the most exquisite homes on the most valuable land in Brentwood, Franklin and Belle Meade.’ Using natural materials inside and out, ultra-outdoor indulgences, formal kitchens and sculleries, lighting, and technology advances, its clients equally demand the latest and greatest in material selection and design.

Clients indicate they know Grove Park is synonymous with both exceptional beauty and enduring quality. Outside the home, natural stained siding allows homes to blend seamlessly into the landscape in concert with the natural backdrop. Grove Park is the driving factor behind an accelerating local trend of using premium roofing throughout luxury communities, such as Oman, Harlan and The Troubadour Golf & Field Club.

“Classic elements, like copper detailing, bed depth stone, and cobblestone driveway detailing, add beauty to the natural siding and a cedar or slate roof,” says Brandon Jenkins, Grove Park president.

On the Cover: Luxury Home Magazine Issue 8.6

Issue 8.6 of Luxury Home Magazine features Grove Park on its cover. 

Luxury Home Magazine

Brentwood, TN – December 22, 2021 – Music City is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. With massive growth comes the need for new communities and homes, in unique areas such as College Grove and Arrington. In the luxury market, Grove Park Construction is leading the way in bringing high quality custom homes to Greater Nashville’s top luxury areas, and is featuring two new communities in the heart of Brentwood in the current edition.

On any given day driving around Brentwood, Green Hills, Belle Meade, or Franklin, you would be hard pressed to miss a sign for Grove Park Construction building or selling a brand-new home. Owner, Brandon Jenkins, has been leading the way in the luxury market for new custom homes for the past decade. As we enter 2021, Grove Park Construction plans to continue their reign as one of the most renowned luxury builders in our market. In the Holiday Edition the team is highlighting Anna and Harlan.

Callie: As Seen in City Lifestyle

Article by Paul Stanley
Photography by Kristen Mayfield & Reed Brown

Grove Park Construction, led by master builder Brandon Jenkins, has been setting a high standard in luxury design and Brentwood style. Their new residential development, Callie, continues that pattern.

The Brentwood community is ideally situated. Interstate 65 is only three miles away and many popular shopping and dining destinations also are an easy commute. Offices in Maryland Farms, as well as downtown, are close-by. And don’t forget all of the leisure activities and the airport within a 15-minute radius of this unique development.

Once completed, 70 homes, ranging from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet, will sit on 17 acres in Brentwood. According to the builder, efficiency in design will allow buyers to build smaller homes with the features typically found in much larger residences.

“Lots sizes are small and the homes will be closer together,” Brandon notes, “but with careful design, most popular indoor and outdoor amenities still have a place.”

Homes will resemble those of modern European cottage design. In contrast, others may lean toward floor plans found in today’s most popular coastal developments. “Recent construction along 30A on the Florida panhandle has inspired some of the design here,” he confirms. Upscale interior features, such as moveable glass walls, elevators, and open floor plans, under cedar-shake or standing seam metal roofs will provide discriminating owners an alternative to larger and more maintenance-laden properties.

New luxury home development slated for rare slice of Brentwood farmland

Originally Posted October 2018

When Marie-Joe Buffard heard a rumor about a new luxury home development planned for Brentwood, she knew she had to act quickly if she wanted to secure a lot before they were all taken.

It’s a good thing she did. Half of the building lots in the new neighborhood, named Oman, were taken before plans for the Franklin Road property were publicly announced by Grove Park Land Co.

“I heard the word on the street and I approached (Grove Park) very quickly. It sounded like an opportunity to build on an unparalleled spot in Brentwood,” said Buffard.