Chesterfield House, Knoxville, Tennessee

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Location North of Mascot off Old Rutledge Pike
Nearest city Knoxville, Tennessee
Coordinates 36°5′37″N 83°45′6″W / 36.09361°N 83.75167°W / 36.09361; -83.75167Coordinates: 36°5′37″N 83°45′6″W / 36.09361°N 83.75167°W / 36.09361; -83.75167
Built 1838
Architect Arthur Savage
Architectural style Georgian (influence)
NRHP reference # 77001276
Added to NRHP November 16, 1977

The Chesterfield House is an antebellum house at 9625 Old Rutledge Pike in the Mascot community of northeastern Knox County, Tennessee. Built in 1838 by George W. Arnold, a physician from Roanoke, Virginia, the house is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was located along a stagecoach route (roughly what is now US 11) that began in Washington, D.C., passed through Knoxville, and continued further south. Stagecoaches made stops at Chesterfield.

The mansion is a two-story brick structure with a one-story covered front porch. The porch has a balcony above, accessed off a second floor room. Architecturally, the house has Georgian influences. It remains a private residence, and is not open to the public.


  • Knoxville: Fifty Landmarks. (Knoxville: The Knoxville Heritage Committee of the Junior League of Knoxville, 1976), page 24.

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