This place is for sale now. Looking into it I found out that it was an antique store and the owner would also sell homemade baked goods, and fresh eggs and produce from local farms. On Sundays there would have been live Blue Grass Music and lunch cooked over an open fire. You could also bring a dish and stay for the picnic later. How fun would that be?!
I also found a BRIEF history on the place: "Before the Parkway was built this property was owned by the late Beulah Nichols. She lived in the house, using a back room with a side entrance for a grocery store and trading post. Her daughter was raised here and still lives in Floyd county."
(I told you it was brief!)
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