The Randolph-Porter Building (Circa 1891) is the gem of Jefferson’s commercial historic district.
It’s located across Lee Street from some of the town’s oldest businesses, including Jefferson Drugs and the Jackson Herald.
There are some particularly nice examples of turn-of-the-century commercial storefronts on Washington Street, near the courthouse.
Down the hill and around the corner from the courthouse to the Crawford W. Long Museum, more historic storefronts can be found on College Street.
Jefferson Historic District, National Register of Historic Places