Anderson Townhouse Circa 1795, 1840

The Anderson Townhouse is the two-story log dwelling built by Colonel as a “home-while-in-town” for the first Blountville town commissioners. The rear one story addition was built about 1840 on the stone foundation of the original detached kitchen.Owned by Sullivan County, it is now the home of the Traditional Appalachian Musical Heritage Association (TAMHA) that continues to “pick and grin” there every Friday night 6:00 pm until 10:00 pm.