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Morning Tour: 9-11pm
Price: $40 adult; $30 student
509 7th St S
This graceful home in an Arts and Crafts Bungalow style was constructed for Charles Barnett Smith in 1910. His daughter, Elizabeth Smith Gwin, MUW class of 1930 and a classmate of Eudora Welty’s, lived in the house for over a hundred years. Purchased by Chase and James Hazard in 2021, a fifteen month remodel has resulted in a home with classic turn of the 20th century charm and the finest of 21st century conveniences, truly a perfect marriage!
The Home of Mr. & Mrs. James Hazard.
8439 Hwy 12 E
Built as a tavern and stagecoach stop by a Mr. Thomason, there were two rooms downstairs and two upstairs with the wide central “dog trot” hall. Sold to the Kidd family, it was operated as a tavern and coach stop until after the Civil War. Stories abound of those wild frontier days. The next owners, the Wood family, used the home as a seminary for training Cumberland Presbyterian preachers. Today the Aaron Lorenz family lives very comfortably in this charming and historic home.
The home of Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Lorenz