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Sevierville historic Buildings
Brabson’s Ferry Plantation
Location: 1272 Indian Warpath Rd, Sevierville
Andrew Evans originally purchased the 250 acres of land and established a ferry for the French Broad river. John Brabson then purchased the farm and ferry in 1798. The plantation consists of two plantation houses, a barn, cemetery and plank house. The plantation is still in operation.
Location: 1601 Pittman Center Rd, Sevierville
Sevier County Courthouse
Location: 125 Court Avenue, Sevierville
Location: 217 Cedar St. Sevierville
Sevierville Commercial District
Location: Downtown Bruce St., Court Ave. & Commerce St., Sevierville
Thomas Addition Historic District
Location: Park Rd, Belle Ave, Cedar St. Grace Ave & Prince St., Sevierville
New Salem Baptist Church
Location: 601 Eastgate Rd., Sevierville
Sevierville’s oldest surviving brick building.
Riley H Andes House
Location: 812 Douglas Dam Rd., Sevierville
Now Robert Tino’s Gallery. Built by Lewis Buckner an African American builder who had a prominent role is Sevierville’s post war construction.
Location: West of Sevierville on Sevierville Pike