The 7 bedroom, 5 bath "cabin" accommodates 12 people and is located on 21 hilltop acres in Hickman County, Tenn. Surrounding the eclectically decorated estate are trails, blackberry picking, a recording studio, a rec room, a private pool and two kitchens. And you can hang out here for $600 a night.
"Our space is maintained by our respect for nature, beauty and the elements of God that we see in everything that surrounds us," Max wrote about the property. "Our style is a confluence of the baroque, Southern, rustic and experimental naturalist."
For those needing a little direction during their stay, the official Airbnb listing promises Blind Thief Farm concierge will be available locally as well as on call.
Want to share photos and videos of your stay with the world? Sorry--one of the official "house rules" guards the property's privacy fiercely, prohibiting public exhibition of media taken at the site. (Photos and videos for personal use are, however, allowed.)
Other house rules include no smoking outside of designated areas, and no "partying" allowed in the pool. The space isn't baby friendly (0-2) or pet friendly, either, and as long as you don't feed animals in the neighboring farms, all should be well.
"We here at Blind Thief Farm are excited in our pursuits of mystery, love, inspiration and harmony," Max concluded. "We are open to everyone and are non-judgmental in our outlook towards human beings. We are hopelessly addicted to good music, good food and great conversation."
Our question: Will guests be making ample use of Kevin Max's recording studio? And if so, will the master of the house be making cameo appearances?