Step back in time in this historic Farmhouse built in the late 1800's. Located off Hwy 43, nestled among tall pines overlooking 100 acres of field and pine forests. Bring your family and sit on the the wraparound porches. A great resting place before hitting the beautiful Alabama beaches that are 1 1/2 hours away. We are minutes away from restaurants, shopping and adventures at Old St Stephens Park . From May- August swimming is available in Jacksons Spring fed 100x400 pool. Give us a try.
You can have your kitchen stocked with meals ready to cook and serve. A southern menu is available by a local caterer upon request. You can chose breakfast items, lunch and dinner entrees. This will be arranged between Host and Guest.
We are located on 200 Acres. There are walking trails on the premises. Our home is located close to Summer's Place, but the home is very private.
We absolutely loved Kay's house. It is old, but with all the modern conveniences. The A/C works great, there is a full kitchen, a comfy bed full of bed pillows, huge wrap around porches & internet! Kay brought us eggs from her chickens, muffins, juice, fruit, roses & more! Although the farm house is near Kay's personal home, you still have plenty of privacy. It's just beautiful sitting on the porch looking out over the fields. We loved it so much that I have already booked it again for 2 nights next month. We desperately needed to recharge our batteries & found the perfect place to do it!
We had a great stay. The house is beautiful and had plenty of kitchen items and linens. The hosts are great. Kays husband changed out the broken door knob on the front of the house and made sure we had keys. Plenty of privacy. Place is truly quite! We had a lunch at our work for our crew and Kay bake cookies for me to have for them. They are awesome. Cant go wrong if you want peace and quite!
My 1896 circa house is a short walk to the MSU Riley Center, a fully-restored 1889 grand opera house that this season will host Wynton Marsalis, Vince Gill, Melissa Etheridge and others, and is close to restaurants, museums, historic churches and daily passenger trains running from New Orleans to Atlanta to New York. You’ll love my place with its 13' ceilings, beveled glass, parkay floors, vintage mantels, and historic neighborhood easily accessible to Interstates 20 and 59.