Blackberry Mountain Fire Tower Restaurant, Library and Cabins

The Blackberry Mountain Firetower Restaurant houses a 72-seat dining room and 13-seat bar with stunning, unobstructed views of the Great Smoky Mountains. The restaurant is built around a restored 1940’s fire tower originally used by the U.S. Forest Service for scouting fires in the Great Smoky Mountains. Guests can climb the stairs to the lookout station for 360-degree views of the valley and neighboring states.

The Library is an inviting gathering space that features breathtaking mountain views, a stone fireplace and style layered with modern elements and collected antiques.

Six secluded cabins, each averaging 675 sq. ft., are located steps away from the Firetower Restaurant and sit atop the 2,843-foot peak of Blackberry Mountain. The cabins feature reclaimed wood walls, floor to ceiling windows, a scenic outlook deck and a wood-burning stove.

LOCATION

Walland, TN

YEAR COMPLETED

2017

SPECIFICATIONS

Firetower Restaurant – 1,513 sq. ft.
Library – 462 sq. ft.
Cabins – 675 sq. ft.

ARCHITECT

Summerour Architects

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METHOD

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