Colonial Hall in Oliver Springs
104 Morgan St, Oliver Springs, TN 37840
4 bed | 3 bath | 3,250 sq ft
Restored home on the National Register. This is the oldest home in Roane County. It was also the home of the fouth President of The University of Tennessee, Joeseph Estabrook. Go Vols! It has all the charm of yesteryear combined with modern updates. All electrical, plumbing, and systems are modern. The kitchen has vaulted ceilings, generous cabinet space, Silestone countertops and a huge fireplace. There is a bright sunroom and office space adjacent to it. The large dining room seats up to 14 people. Next to it, the fourth bedroom has been transformed into a cozy library with custom built in bookshelves. A large formal living room with a bay is located on the front of the house. A recent master bedroom/ bath addition was completed, and no expense was spared. The addition was done by a custom home builder in Knoxville who specializes in Million Dollar plus homes. In his words, this home has the nicest bathroom and millwork he has ever done. Antique French doors with leaded from a restaurant in France lead into the master bedroom. Custom wood closets, his and hers, provide plenty of space. The large bathroom has all marble tile, one of the largest showers you will ever see and a huge soaking tub. There are 3/4 inch hardwood floors in the bedroom with a 50 year finish. Quality chandeliers from a high end lighting store have been used in the house, along with Ethan Allen chandeliers and antique chandeliers. Spacious secondary bedrooms exist on the second floor.
Heather McKeethan White
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