Once part of an 800 acre plantation, much of the remaining 100+ acre plot and many of the original outbuilding are as they were in the early 1820's.
One can stroll leisurely around the ten lovely ponds, take a hike on one of the trails through the many wooded areas of the plantation or just wonder down with your morning coffee to visit the charming Belted Galloway cattle who graze in the many paddocks.
A visit to the old "Pony Express" Stables or to Uncle Sol's Cabin, named after the last slave who lived on the plantation will provide you with a glimpse into life in the 1820's. And a visit would not be complete with out a peak into the Summer Kitchen, half of the original 1790's homestead preserved with its' antebellum kitchen with large fireplace and small cook's bedroom.
Other original dependencies include, Smoke House, Old well, Chicken Coop, Seed shed, Work shed, Plantation Bell and of course the four-hole Out House. In addition we have added a pool, tennis court and stables.