KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The Knoxville housing market has been booming lately and now prospective homebuyers have a chance to own a unique piece of East Tennessee history.

The Knoxville home of Ally Hartman, the co-creator of Mountain Dew, is now up for sale. The famous soft drink was created in Knoxville by brothers Barney and Ally Hartman and patented in 1948 by Hartman Beverage Company

This house was built by Ally Hartman and his wife Polly in 1956, where they raised their two sons. Hartman sold the name and recipe to a regional bottler in the mid-’50s in honor of his late brother and within a few years, the Tip Corporation was selling more than 10 million cases of Mountain Dew per year.

According to a release from the realty company, one of Ally Hartman’s two sons revealed in 2001 that he turned down an opportunity at 19 years of age to buy the Mountain Dew brand from his father and uncle for $1,500.

Mountain Dew was sold in 1964 to the Pepsi-Cola Company for what is rumored to be upwards of $6 million.

The home, located at 7109 Cresthilll Drive, has stayed in the Hartman family since its construction. The all-brick ranch features three bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms on 3,693 square feet. Click here to view the full listing.