Located 30 miles north of downtown Nashville is Leiper's Fork- a small historical village that offers a variety of quaint shops and family owned restaurants. Scattered along country roads amongst hand painted produce signs and ancient oak trees are some the area's best antique shops; the converted historical farm houses on Old Hillsboro Road house and feature an array of collectible vintage treasures.
Leiper's Fork is home to more than 8 unique antique shops. Serenite Maison is a French country/shabby chic enthusiast's delight and beautifully displays a variety of European and American antiques, including vintage linens and bedding highlighted by sparkling mercury glass votives and crystal chandeliers. American primitives can be found at Now and Then Antiques and Neena’s Primitive Antiques and Gifts. Old Hillsboro Antiques specializes in 18th-20th century European furniture and collectibles, and for those that fancy leafing through the yellowing pages of books from by-gone eras, R. Place is a must.
Leiper’s Fork is a favorite shopping and dining destination among local celebrities like Naomi Judd and Larry Strickland and country music super stars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw call the historical village home. The charming area is perfect for a day-trip of antiquing and ideal for a quiet, romantic dinner away from the hustle and bustle of music city.