List of Plantations in The United States - Tennessee


NRHP reference number Name Image Date designated Locality County Notes
75001741 Beechwood Hall 1975 Newport Cocke Constructed in 1803
69000177 Belle Meade Plantation Belle Meade Davidson
75001780 Brabson's Ferry Plantation Sevierville Sevier
73001857 Carnton Franklin Williamson
75001787 Davies Manor March 19, 1975 Memphis Shelby
75002162 Fairvue Gallatin Sumner
66000722 The Hermitage 01960-12-19December 19, 1960 Nashville
75001795 Northcutt Plantation McMinnville
71000825 Rattle and Snap 01971-11-11November 11, 1971 Columbia
75001781 Rose Glen Sevierville Sevier
69000180 Ramsey House Knoxville Knox
75001785 Wheatlands Sevierville Sevier
09000538 White Plains Algood Putnam

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