I actually live in downtown Greeneville and the house that I am living in has some very unusual things going on. I was actually wondering if anyone knew of anyone that could help us figure some things out. Would greatly appriciate it...you can email me at britthebrat15 at yahoo...thank you everyone
While Greeneville has started to revamp the building faces downtown, many need updating. One has been "under construction" for years. The facing was torn off and then nothing has been done since! It is hard to attract quality businesses unless you can portray a quaint, picturesque downtown.
The General Morgan Inn is very nice. The town does have a coffee shop (but it closes at 5-ish??) I think the downtown is well on its way towards being a functional area of town, but still has a ways to go.
The Partnership has done a good job at creating a few community events that promote downtown and make use of the space.
HOTEL YEAR BUILT 1884 YEAR REMODELED 1996 ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION ORIGINALLY CONSTRUCTED IN 1884. THE GENERAL MORGAN INN REFLECTS THE
STYLE OF A GRAND RAILROAD HOTEL. OUR ELEGANT LOBBY FEATURES MARBLE DETAILS/ HANDPAINTED WALLPAPER/ AND CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS. MANY OF ...
Named in honor of the Brumley family who owned and operated the hotel (then known as the Hotel Brumley) from
1920 1980, Brumley's Restaurant celebrates signature service and a seasonal menu selection featuring Southern American cuisine with a creative ...
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