Tanyard Hill Farm is a beautiful property with an antebellum house and other historic structures located south of the city of Americus, Georgia.
The main house (circais listed on the National Register of Historic places. Built in the West Indian style the house resembles many Creole cottages of Louisiana. Architectural features include six functional fireplaces, original floors, pine mantles and doors. The ceilings are 14 feet in height and constructed of virgin Georgia wide pine. The exterior of the house features a gable roof which extends over the veranda. Doric columns are offset from the veranda and extend from the ground to the roof line. There are two guest houses, one of which was converted from a barn built in 1850. The second guest cottage is a renovated tenant house.
Also included are three small stables, a tack room studio, hay barn, two barns, two pigeonaires, a hard surface tennis court and a swimming pool.
Additional acreage is available.