This weekend Historic Rugby is hosting Appalachian Heritage Day and Founders Day Celebration held in conjunction with Christ Church Episcopal annual Michaelmas Festival and Tea. This weekend is also the Pumpkin Festival in Allardt, Tennessee. While you are exploring the Cumberland Plateau and enjoying the bounty of autumn festivals and scenic views, take a look at this historic home on 160 Glen Avenue.
Beautiful Victorian Style home in the serene, historic setting of Rugby, TN. 1.5 acre, wooded lot w/ mature hardwoods that enhance serenity and privacy. A natural haven for local wildlife. 3 Bedrooms PLUS Office in main house PLUS a Carriage house w/ an efficiency apartment (5 potential bedrooms!!). Grace of a Victorian home with the ultra efficient features found in a more modern homes. Carriage house has a 2.5 car garage. Master bedroom on the main level. Open great room. Tons of storage. Apartment has potential as income property. Top of the line insulation, 30-yr singles, guarded gutters, improved drainage system. Make this your own personal escape! Rugby, TN has been called both a “Utopia in the wilderness” and one of the most authentically preserved historic villages in America. Located on Tennessee’s Upper Cumberland Plateau adjacent to Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Rugby is surrounded by gorgeous countryside and steeped in history.
Appalachian Heritage day:
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
- Live Music at the Cafe: Gerald Hanwright 6:30 pm, ET on October 3, 2014
- New exhibit at Nashville’s TN State Museum opens: ‘Tennessee’s Intentional Communities: Examining the Farm, Nashoba, Rugby, and Ruskin’ on October 3, 2014
- Appalachian Heritage Day 10:00 am-5:00 pm, ET- FREE! on October 4, 2014
- Michaelmas Festival at Christ Church 10:00 am-5:00 pm, ET- FREE! on October 4, 2014
- Community Potluck, 7:00 pm, ET at Friendly House on October 4, 2014