The history of Hines Hill Plantation dates back to the late nineteenth century when it served as the winter playground of the noted financier Howard Melville Hanna. Now under fifth generation ownership, this magnificent property consists of 2004+/- acres and perfectly exemplifies the rolling hills of piney woods that have come to define the area. The mild climate and abundant bobwhite quail population has historically attracted an elite group of discerning sportsman that cherish the Red Hills as one of the country's best kept secrets. The property has been intensively managed with an emphasis on quail but also offers excellent deer, turkey, and dove hunting. Located in the center of this property lies Hibernia, an impressive Georgian style house designed by the renowned architect Dick Kimball. In addition to the main house, the property also includes a guest cottage, managers house, caretaker's cottage, 5 tenant houses, stable, 2 kennels, and miscellaneous grain bins and storage.