With a host of unique attractions punctuating miles of scenic farmland, the village of Leiper’s Fork beckons visitors to discover this lesser-known location in Middle Tennessee. Along with opportunities to sample regional cooking, visitors can enjoy world-class entertainment, study Native American history, and explore an array of unforgettable boutiques.
Upon reaching the bucolic community, one of the first sites travelers encounter is the weathered barn that contains the David Arms Gallery. In addition to original acrylic paintings, collectors can browse reproduction gicleés and a full range of merchandise bearing the artist’s nature-inspired motifs.
Proprietress Alexandra Cirimelli brings her experience as a high-end buyer for a West Coast interior-design firm to the verdant hills of Tennessee through Serenite Maison, which contains a trove of European treasures housed in Leiper’s Fork’s former general store. An evolving inventory of antiques and exclusive finds from around the globe makes this a space worth surveying again and again.
An enchanting stop for bibliophiles, Yeoman’s in the Fork offers cozy environs perfect for spending a leisurely afternoon poring over rare books and documents. Augmenting stacks of old volumes, maps and ephemera lend glimpses of the past.
To discover more points of interest in this Tennessee oasis, see “Exploring Leiper’s Fork,” on page 23 of the September 2015 issue of Victoria magazine.