If you love old houses AND proudly salute the stars and stripes, then you’re going to love today’s field trip!
We’re headed to Franklin, Tennessee (just south of Nashville) to check out the historic homes of Hincheyville—Franklin’s first subdivision. Perhaps another day we’ll take a different walking tour. There are some great ones to choose from!
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, the Hincheyville neighborhood is comprised mostly of single-family homes built between 1828 and 1935. A wide variety of building styles are represented featuring frame construction as well as brick and stone… and lots of amazing architectural details!
Ready to step back in time? Here we go!
Aren’t these old houses well maintained? You old house owners know that’s no small feat!
What’s your favorite old house building material?
Clapboard? Brick? Stone?
Do you have a favorite period style?
Federal? Greek Revival? Victorian? Italiante? Queen Anne? Eastlake? Four Square? Bungalow? Tudor? You can find them ALL in Hincheyville!
Happy Independence Day, my friends!
Interested in more field trips? HERE you go!