Lynchburg’s residents enjoy living in a small town. The 5,500 or so
resident love their small town living and slice of Americana as well as
being a part of a very important industry – Jack Daniels Distillery, the
oldest registered distillery in the United States and a destination for
over quarter of a million visitors every year. Although most definitely
the biggest industry in Lynchburg, it’s still just one part of the
town’s appeal. There’s a beautifully quaint, one hundred year old
courthouse in the downtown square, providing a perfect setting for
antique shopping, dining or just browsing. Tucked away in the rolling hills of Moore County, Lynchburg will
enthrall you with the surrounding countryside, vintage homes and
churches and picturesque horse and cattle farms. Life moves a little
slower in Lynchburg and we think you’ll like it. For more information please contact Margaret Lynch.
Settlers began arriving in Moore County around 1806, enjoying
plentiful game and a new territory. Families such as the Wisemans
Waggoners and Taylors began the settlement that became Lynchburg,
building log cabins and clearing farm land. Samuel Isaacs lived on Jack
Daniel’s farm and Michael Tipps settled in the county in 1813. In 1815,
James P. Baxter and his family settled, Mr. Baxter being the county
surveyor for 33 years and a member of the commission created to relocate
the Creek Indians. Lynchburg erected its first grist mill in the county
near where Jack Daniel’s distillery now stands.
With antiques galore, great downtown dining and a relaxed, easy going
atmosphere, as well as Jack Daniels accessories available throughout
town, shopping in Lynchburg is a true guilty pleasure. Come join us,
enjoy the shopping and have a great meal, all in one place!
Parks and Recreation
Bring the camping gear and get set to enjoy state parks like Old
Stone Fort or Tim Ford’s State Park in the area. You’ll have a great
time enjoying the parks’ natural beauty, so be prepared to have fun!
For more information on Real Estate please be sure to contact Margaret Lynch.