Information from WYSH Radio
The house once named Brownworth Manor in Clinton has reopened its doors as The Kincaid House, according to Anderson County tourism officials.
The Kincaid House, as it was originally named, was built by the Carl Kincaid family in the 1930s. Kincaid was owner of Magnet Mills.
The Dutch Colonial style home originally contained 20 acres with a public garden. The Kincaids were collectors of boxwoods and irises, some of which are still on the property. The home features more than 4,000 square feet with a huge patio, stone walkways around the grounds, and a stone gazebo with “card room” upstairs. The stone used on the walls, walkways, and gazebo were originally from Norris Dam during its construction. The home now sits on 4.2 acres with a large section of the property wooded for privacy.
For more information, you can visit the Kincaid House page on Facebook.