Tucked away on 12 acres stands a spacious southern style farm house. It stands where the famous Rose Hill once stood. Owned by the first colonial Governor Stephen Heard of Georgia. Rose Hill was famous for its elaborate staircase that was pictured in the 1915 movie Birth of a Nation. The property is covered with ancient Oaks, Magnolias, English boxwoods, Cedars, and flowering bulbs that emerge in early spring. Original to that era stands a sundial dated 1906 and a quaint log cabin. The cabin interior is knotty pine and built in the 1800s. It was known as the doll house. The house was built in 1966. It has evolved into a 5 bedroom, 4 baths, 3 separate living room spaces, kitchen, and a dedicated 6 man jacuzzi and sauna. There are 2 master suites on the main floor and 3 bedrooms upstairs. There is plenty of attic storage and closets. The back deck is very large and great for outdoor parties and living. The house had a kitchen renovation 2 years ago, upgrade lighting, new appliances, opened floor plan, and installed new flooring. There are 4 a/c units 2 are new. Septic tank was emptied and exterior house washed. There is a BBQ pit with a bathroom. Also is a 1700 sq.ft. house which is currently being used as storage and a kennel. It could easily be turned into an in- law suite. There is over 30,000 sq. ft. of a commercial buildings that can be used for business or hobbies. Presently one building is being used to house 6 cars, a buckboard and lawn equipment. This property is beautiful and has a park like setting. It is private, peaceful, and immersed in history.
From GA-17, turn onto Calhoun Falls Hwy/GA-72. Subject Property is 5 miles down on the left. By appointment only. Call Travis Ebbert at (706) 614-8840.