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Antique Store on Sequatchie River in Pikeville, TN for Sale by Owner
Antique Store in Pikeville, TN
Nestled between the majestic mountains of the Cumberland Plateau and
Walden's Ridge in historic Pikeville, TN, is Pennina's Whatever
Antiques and Art, a 1200 sq. ft block structure Antique Store, right
on the Sequatchie River, which meanders all the way through the
Sequatchie Valley. There is approx. 1/3 of an acre and the boundary
is right to the middle of the River. If you wanted to, you could
live and work here, there is plenty of room for an addition. You
could even put in a canoeing business, put in a nice dock. There is
easy access to the River. This is a corner piece of property with
high visibility and a busy road. It is an established antique
business for over 10 years. The building was renovated this past
spring, and the roof is approx. 3 years old. Many tourist
attractions are within easy distance and thus makes Pikeville a
place to come to. Fall Creek Falls State Park is in Bledsoe County,
which houses Pikeville and it is also a main stop for "The Longest
Yard Sale", which all "antiquers" know all too well!!
The fast growing city of Chattanooga is a beautiful and scenic 35
minute drive to the South and to the North is beautiful Crossville -
only 25 minutes away. My store is filled with delicious 18C to 20C
furnishings and accessories for the home from all over the world,
Civil War to World War II.
My asking price is $125,000 which includes Commercial waterfront,
business, property and inventory.
Please either call Pennina at 423-447-2521 or
her with any and all questions.
River drains the
Sequatchie Valley, a large valley in the
Cumberland Plateau in eastern
The Sequatchie River's source is a massive spring which flows out of
Devilstep Hollow Cave, a large
It receives the drainage of Grassy Cove, a pastoral limestone region
several miles to the north from which the drainage has no surface
outlet, through a spectacular series of underground passages. This cave
is located in the southeastern portion of
Cumberland County, and the water flowing from it is soon augmented
by that of other sizeable springs and small streams, at least one of
which provided enough flow for an early textile
industry. The stream soon crosses into
Bledsoe County and is at the floor of a valley that trends generally
southwestward and is several miles wide. Natives of the area tend to
call the portion of the Cumberland Plateau to the west of the valley the
"Cumberland Mountains" or "the Plateau" and that to the east of it
Walden Ridge or "Wallings Ridge". The Sequatchie Valley is traversed
throughout much its length by
U.S. Highway 127. The first sizeable town on the Sequatchie is
Pikeville, county seat of Bledsoe County.
State Route 30, which descends Waldens Ridge into the Valley and
then climbs the
escarpment back onto the Plateau, crosses here.
Sequatchie County, the stream flows into the county seat of
Dunlap. Just north of Dunlap, U.S. 127 turns southeastward,
beginning the ascent onto Walden Ridge and eventually down into
Chattanooga. A set of
railroad tracks runs along the river from here on, testament to
heavy underground coal
extraction in years past. For almost the rest of its length the
Sequatchie is paralleled by
State Route 28.
State Route 283 also runs along the base of the Waldens Ridge
escarpment for several miles. The river then enters
Marion County. The town of
Whitwell is just a few miles into Marion County. Below Whitwell at
the small community of Sequatchie (also known as Sequachee) the
Sequatchie receives the flow of the
Little Sequatchie River. At the Marion County seat of
Jasper, which is slightly west of the river, is a railroad junction.
East of town is the crossing of
U.S. Highway 41 by Tennessee 28, and the bridge over the river.
Shortly south of the
Interstate 24 bridge is the mouth of the Sequatchie into the
Guntersville Lake impoundment of the
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