The house (Winter Storm) is located in the Cumberland Homestead National Historic District built during the Great Depression during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency. The housing project was a hands-on training project to retrain people and put them back to work. It has three bedrooms, living room/dining area, kitchen and 1 bath. It is made of field stone and has the original hardwood floors. The home is located one mile from Cumberland Mountain State Park. The park has an excellent restaurant and Olympic size swimming pool. My childhood family home (Summer Breeze) is next door. Both cottages are original Cumberland Homestead houses in the National Historic District.
Other attractions within one to two hour drive: Knoxville Art Museum, Home of Alvin York (WWI Veteran & Hero); Birthplace of Cordell Hull, U.S. Secretary of State; Pickett State Park; Big South Fork Recreational Area; Rugby (Historic English Utopian Settlement; Highland Manor and Stonehaus Wineries; Prisoner of War Camp Museum; Mennonite Community at Muddy Pond; American Museum of Science & Energy; Fall Creek Falls State Park; Grand Ole Opry at Nashville; Great Smoky Mountains National Park; Dollywood Theme Park; Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, The Hermitage aa(President Andrew Jackson home; Chattanooga Aquarium; Chattanooga Choo-Choo; Lookout Mountain & Rock City; Chickamauga National Civil War Battlefield; Ruby Falls; The Lost Sea (underground lake and cave); Rhea County Courthouse (Evolution Trial Drama); Cumberland County Playhouse; Occoe River (white water rafting) Star of Knoxville Boat Cruise; Museum of Appalachia.
Keywords: 1200 sq. ft. cottage