c. 1900 Log – Rogersville, TN – $279,000

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Added to OHD on 9/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 10/26/19   -   2 Comments

337 Devils Nose Rd, Rogersville, TN 37857

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  • $279,000
  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1816 Sq Ft
  • 16.32 Ac.
If you're looking for seclusion, this beautiful historic home is a must see! This hand hewn log home was built in 1900 and still has a lot of the original finishings including the hardwood floors. It also has several updates. The home has 2 bedrooms, 2 lofts that are currently used as additional bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, a den, dining room, large eat-in kitchen, utility room and more! It sits on more than 16 acres of land at the base of Devils Nose Mountain. There is a new 3 car detached garage, a large barn, a smoke house with a stone cellar, a small log building that could be used as a guest room, a well house, corn crib, and a chicken coop. There is also a creek, 2 springs and a pond stocked with fish on the property. This home has so much to offer and is just minutes from downtown Rogersville. Schedule your showing today! Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Contact Information
Karissa Winstead, Re/Max Checkmate
(423) 282-0432
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2 Comments on c. 1900 Log – Rogersville, TN – $279,000

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  1. roxxxroxxx says: 333 comments
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    oh man!
    When it comes down to it. I love the uber fancy Victorian but… this is the kind of place that makes me want to hug that home. This is my sort of place. Love it.

  2. Seclusion, land, log cabin, little log cabin, drive shed, barn, etc… these are words I love.

    The house looks to be in really good shape. I’d redecorate a few aspects, and redo the kitchen. I am not a fan of using corrugated tin for decorating, in my world, that stuff is used for chicken coop roofs and such.


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