Butler, TN.

History of Butler:

John Honeycutt first settled Butler in 1768.  He built an arbor shelter and lean-to where the Roan Creek from the northeastern mountains ran into the Watauga River which came from the southeastern mountains. Roderick R. Butler was a leader in the 13th Regiment and after the Civil War the town was re-named Butler for him. 

Things to do:

  • The Butler and Watauga Valley Heritage Museum
  • The Watauga Dam
  • Watauga Lake Winery
  • Monsoon Thai Restaurant
  • Butler Trading Post
  • Stay in a Country Cordwood Cabin
  • Pappy's Marina in Pirate's Cove
  • Appalachian National Scenic Trail
  • Cove Ridge Marina
  • Lakeshore Marina of Watauga Lake
  • Old Butler Days

Search Butler Homes for Sale

Tennessee Virginia Regional listings last updated Aug 21, 2018 11:36:am.

Today's Market Trends for Butler *
















Chart Temporarily Unavailable
Chart Temporarily Unavailable

* All data pertains to single-family homes