Built in 1783 by Abraham Fulkerson after serving in the Revolutionary War including the Battle of Kings Mountain as part of the Overmountain Men, Fulkerson’s homestead established his life and destiny on the early frontier including being the first commissioner for Scott County in 1814. Abraham’s original home including hand hewn log and hand chiseled stone fireplace stand today preserving the history of the early frontier and as a testimony to American’s history since the signing of the Treaty of Paris in the same year as the home was built.
Be our guest as you step back in history in this renovated living history museum with all modern amenities accented with vintage antiques. Plan your visit to our National Historic Registered home sitting on 160 acres of pristine land including a working farm and sawmill. Enjoy sitting by an open fire on the banks of the historic North Fork of the Holston River and enjoy all the other natural and popular attractions of beautiful Scott County Virginia.
VRHP reference # 02001006