Hidden in the Red Hills Region, where South Georgia and North Florida’s plantations line the road with distinct beauty, a raised cottage sits, nestled between Oak trees. Nicknamed “Oak Rise,” the house boasts distinct features, all inspired by famed Louisiana architect A. Hayes Town known for his use of proportion, symmetry and salvaged materials. Oak Rise is a new home, meticulously constructed with forethought, balancing the integrity of its design with its position in nature.
The house exhibits excellent architectural style and detailing throughout. The interior millwork and trim consists of reclaimed heart pine that was salvaged from a South Carolina plantation home. The home features 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths; each bedroom has a view of the property. The kitchen features top of the line appliances, custom cabinets, marble counter tops and flows into a casual den area complete with fireplace. The wrap around porch expands the living and entertaining areas to the outside and overlooks the surrounding acreage.
The property is very well balanced and offers a variety of uses and recreational opportunities. A large portion of the property has been planted in pines that are approximately 16 years and are growing exceptionally well. The pines provide excellent habitat for deer, while numerous food plots and fields create ideal habitat for quail and turkey. The wildlife is further enhanced by the existence of neighboring plantations surrounding the property. The property also includes 3 ponds which provide fishing as well duck hunting. A two bedroom guest cottage is located just behind the main house and includes pecky cypress interiors. A pole barn, and garden house/kennel, also exists on the property. Properties of this caliber and in this location very rarely come on the market for sale. Call to make your appointment for this exclusive listing.