Get in the holiday spirit by enjoying the Trousdale County 2017 FCE Christmas Tour of Homes.  This tour highlights beautiful homes in Trousdale County uniquely decorated for the holiday season.  The homes for this year’s tour is Dr. Michael and Mrs. Heather Towns, Mrs. Faith Young at Dixona and Mr. John and Mrs. Marta Parker.
The Craftsman Style house of Dr. Michael and Mrs. Heather Towns located on Highway 10 built in 2016 on the family farm surrounded by the beautiful hills of Trousdale County.  The house was built by the skilled hands of Cornwell Construction Company. The Five Bedroom and five and half baths has a beautiful exterior consisting of Hardy Board and Custom Rock Work.

Home of John and Marta Parker Built in 1960. This home has been newly remodeled. This 2,496 square foot house sits in the heart of Trousdale County in Hartsville.

Dixona, in Dixon Springs, Smith County, was built in several stages and is a very unusual and beautiful home. The original two story log central section was built c. 1787-88 by Revolutionary War veteran Tilman Dixon. Louis Phillippe, the future King of France, stayed here in 1797 with his brothers. He reported in his journal “had at Major Dixon’s, the luxury of coffee, and two beds for four.” Flanking two story brick wings and porches were added c. 1858 by then-owner Col. James Vaughn, a Mexican War veteran. Dixona is privately owned and was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It has been protected in recent years by a conservation easement with the Land Trust for Tennessee. A THC staff member working in Smith County  on 0April 18, 2016 took this photo, highlighting the beauty of a perfect Spring afternoon at one of our state’s historic treasures. Information courtesy of Facebook page Tennessee Historical Commission.

For only $15 you can enjoy tasty refreshments at the Trousdale County Community Room (located in across street from the Courthouse)  before joining the bus ride to  homes across the county and the Living  .  Advance Tickets $12.  On Thursday, December 7, 2017, the event will begin at the Community Room at 5pm and buses will load promptly at 5:30pm.   Tickets may be purchased at local banks, UT Extension Office, FCE Members or at the door night of the tour.  Everyone is welcome to join us for the 2017 FCE Tour of Homes.  It is not handicap accessible at homes. NO personal vehicle may be driven to homes. This event is sponsored by the Family & Community Education (FCE) Clubs of Trousdale County.