| Mulberry Cottage
|| Mulberry Manor
Located one block from the Historic
Lynchburg Public Square.
Mulberry Cottage and Mulberry Manor
are typical of the houses built in booming
Lynchburg, Tennessee at the end of the 1800's.
Judy Boyd Terjen and her husband Hank have lovingly restored the
homes to accommodate today's lifestyle yet keeping the integrity of the
original architecture. They are named such as they are near
Mulberry Creek and Judy's
mother, the only daughter of Lem Motlow, wrote a journal when she
was 85 about her early life in Lynchburg, entitled,
"It All Happened on Mulberry Creek".
The Cottage was renovated in 2001
and the Manor was renovated in 2006.
Contact Dianne Tipps for rates &