Just a stone's throw from the banks of the Cumberland River stands the T. B. Sutton General Store. Built in 1800's, it continuously served the families of the Granville, Tennessee area until the 1970's. The two story building's unique style features a balcony with many of the products the store offered for sale during its 90 years of service. The original building has much of the same interior fixtures it had at the turn of the 20th century. The store contains a dining room offering family style dining for groups of 40 by reservation. Furnishings and memorabilia are on display; very unique gifts and merchandise are for sale. Walking back in time will be fun, interesting and educational. From our famous corner stage you will enjoy Sutton Ole Time Music Hour. Tennessee's Best Bluegrass and Ole Time Music Every Saturday Night 6pm warm up show , 7pm Syndicated Radio Show. http://www.tnvacation.com/triptales/granville-celebrates-its-past-with-a-victorian-christmas-and-parade/
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Directions to Granville: (From Nashville) Take I-40E and exit 258. Turn left at the end of the ramp. Take the Hwy 53/Hwy 70 ramp toward Cookeville. At the Chestnut Mound Post Office (on the right) and the Corner Market (on the left), take a left onto Hwy 53 for 5.3 miles, turn right onto Clover Street. The store is on the left. (From Knoxville/Cookeville) Take I-40W and exit 268. Turn right at the end of the ramp and travel about 5 miles until the road ends at Hwy 70. Turn left. At the Chestnut Mound Post Office (on the left) and Corner Market (on the right), turn right onto Hwy 53. Proceed 5.3 miles, turn right onto Clover Street. The store is on the left.
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