Hodge House in Percy Warner Park
A Brief History
Hodge House was built by the Hodge family around 1811, and the family and their descendants lived on and loved this land until 1928, when it became part of Percy Warner Park. The Hodges, Northerns, Cartwrights, and Sawyers all called this home. Learn more about these families by researching the List of Hodge House Owners, compiled by Robert M. Northern, June 2011.
Warner Parks' naturalists are proud to archive and share the incredible history of this land. Over the years, volunteers such as John Hardcastle and Bob Brown have compiled file cabinets of photos, maps, stories, and notes. If you have information about the Hodge House or Warner Park history to share, please contact Heather Gallagher.
Rental for Your Special Event
Hodge House will be available for rental soon. Please check back, or contact Warner Park Nature Center for rental information.
In 2007, Metro Parks of Nashville and Friends of Warner Parks orchestrated the effort to salvage logs, hardware, and other parts of the original house. Working with the Historic Commission and local contractors, Hodge House was reconstructed to be used for historic programming and special occasions. We welcome your small meetings, commercial photo shoots, or other intimate event to this historic space.
The Hodge House property includes:
10-space parking lot, and parking for visitors who need additional accessibility
- Air-conditioned/heated indoor space
- Early 20th century porches
- One working fireplace
- Small restroom
- Set-up of tables and chairs for 30 inside
The mission of the Hodge House is to provide a venue for historic interpretation and environmental education, and a unique space for special occasions.