The House

Originally built on seven acres carved out of the Inglewood Golf Club, Ivy Hall was designed by renowned Nashville architect Edwin Keeble. 

Historic Ivy Hall was constructed in 1935 by Dr. Cleo Miller, a beloved East Nashville physician who left his new house to serve as medic to victims of the London Blitz. 

Its Tudor Revival style features half-timbering, stone cut from the property, clay tile, and copper accents, with warm wood and casement windows throughout.

Booking options

Scouting locations for your music or video project? Ivy Hall offers competitive day rates for our facilities. Whether you need the studio, our house, or both, we have options that suit your needs.

If your project will take more than a day, we have flexible options available. Book Ivy Hall (the home, studio, or both) and complete your project, whether it takes one week or three.

If you’re organizing a songwriting retreat or workshop, look no further than our Nashville-based venue. 

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