|Location||1154 W. Main St.|
|Nearest city||Hendersonville, Tennessee|
|Architectural style||Greek Revival, Late Victorian|
|NRHP Reference #||82004061|
|Added to NRHP||1982|
Monthaven, also known as the Leonard B. Fite House, is a historic home in Hendersonville, Tennessee and is on the National Historic Register. It was built around 1860, and was used as a field hospital during the American Civil War. A few skirmishes occurred on the property as well. The historic building is now home to galleries and offices of the Hendersonville Arts Council.
- "Tennessee - Sumner County." National Register of Historic Places. 21 March 2008.
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