Crossing the West Harpeth River, which flows into the Harpeth, you’ll soon pass through the historic Bingham Community, a once-thriving rural area with churches, businesses, schools, and Boyd’s Mill. Nearby, the Boyd farm, which included the Boyd Mill and the William Boyd House had 528 acres. The house was of log cabin type but was expanded with a two-story colonnade. Also in Bingham, see the Gray-Lemke House. Located along Old Hillsboro Rd. (TN46) near the intersection with Boyd's Mill Rd, just a bit north of Leiper's Fork in an area that used to be the community of Bingham. On the National Register of Historic Places, it is listed as the Henry P. Gray House who was the store owner of the community store in Bingham. The house was built in 1856 in a Greek Revival style.
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