FIRST LOOK: How you can own a piece of Tennessee history

Victorian chairs, $65 each
Victorian chairs, $65 each
Oldest log home in Tennessee
Oldest log home in Tennessee

(WMC-TV) – The oldest log home in Tennessee may have been sold, but all of the antiques and collectibles inside it are still up for grabs.

A dirt road in Cordova leads to a historic home, built in 1835, which has been featured on several hit TV shows like HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk" and NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are".

Stepping through the doors of Mt. Airy takes visitors back in time and the treasures found inside are hundreds of years old and could now be yours.

Inside the home are thousands of antiques and primitives for sale to the public. Even outside, storage sheds are packed with items, including a classic car.

From armoires to rocking chairs to an authentic Kellogg telephone and vintage coke machine, there is a piece of history for anyone who walks through the door.

The house has been standing for 177 years and some people, including the man who listed the estate sale, are shocked at the history it holds.

"I had no idea it was here. I've lived here 35 years and get here and think. Where did this house come from," said Scott Park, Memphis Estate Sale Company.

The secret is now out. And come this weekend, the property is expected to be filled with people hoping to get their hands on a treasure.

"I expect when they get here they find some trinkets or some pieces they want to put in their house because they can say this came from a historic house in Cordova," said Park.

The sale is open on June 9, 10, and 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The address of the home will be available after 9 p.m. on Friday, June 8.

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