Friday, September 28, 2018 05:17 PM

ECO-FRIENDLY NASHVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD TAKES SHAPE WITH UNIQUE HOMES, UNSPOILED SPACES - THE TENNESSEAN

Bill Lewis, Special to Nashville Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK TENNESSEE Published 7:00 a.m. CT Sept. 28, 2018

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Castle Homes has designed and built five custom homes and currently has three under construction in Voce, an eco-friendly neighborhood being developed on the 61-acre Granny White Pike property that once belonged to Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame member Eddy Arnold.(Photo: Reed Brown)

Shannon Pollard is committed to creating an environmentally sensitive community on the Nashville property his grandfather, Grand Ole Opry star and Country Music Hall of Fame member Eddy Arnold[3], called home.

Thats why one day he found himself supervising the release of 6,000 minnows. The tiny fish will eat algae choking the ponds where his grandfather enjoyed watching deer getting a drink of water and make the ponds a centerpiece of Voce, the neighborhood taking shape on the 61-acre property on Granny White Pike

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