George Busholen Family 1925
1925-1960 Brothers Tonye & George Busholen operated a successful hat shop & cleaners called Georges on <!--?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /-->Church Street. George Busholen's daughter married Nick Gulas, the wrestling promoter, while they resided on Woodland Street. George Gulas used the separate carriage house turned garage building to practice wrestling as a young man.
1960-2000 L.A. & Virginia Green built the first Dairy Queen in Nashville in the carriage house / garage facing 16th street. It was continually operated for 40 years until June of 2001 as a burger /ice-cream /pizza establishment. It is now the Catering Staging kitchen for weddings and events held at Top O'Woodland.
January of 2000 - April 2015 Belinda Leslie, a wedding officiant and Registered Investment Adviser, Inc. bought the totally empty house from the estate of Mrs. Virginia Green. After acquiring the property from a complex estate, Ms. Leslie has completed countless projects restoring it to it's original grandure .
April 2015 www.UrbanCowboyBnb.com owners and partners bought the Inn and are taking it to the next level and beyond. Slated to open Fall 2015 with 8-9 guest rooms, common space parlors and courtyard social areas.