Southern-living comfort meets a custom-built farmhouse!

The wow factor is in full force as you drive beneath the live oak canopy of your very own 60’ wide driveway; passing grassy pastures, ponds, and groves of lovely fruit bearing trees. At the end of the driveway the property reveals a custom built 3800+ square foot A-frame farm style cypress log home containing 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths. Flanked on all sides by 4 screened-in rocking-chair porches, the cypress-wood home’s crowning jewel is an impressive 540 sq ft deck with plenty of room to enjoy the view of your 43 acres of pastureland, live oaks, mayhaw trees, and large grove of persimmon trees.

Fenced and cross-fenced with expansive pastures. The property Also includes a large pole Barn, small stables, kennels, two wells, (one soloar powered) and a small building w/ half bath.

From the deck we move into the home where we find luxury meeting country comfort. A glass wall of cascading windows flanks a cozy fireplace complete with custom built-in shelving. The rustic hand-laid pine plank floors were harvested and milled in Metcalf, Georgia. The expansive cathedral ceilings of the A-frame cabin inundated the home with natural light that fills the open concept living space .

Adjoining the living room, the dining room opens towards a large kitchen with an eat-in bar/ seating area, wet bar, and massive walk-in pantry.

Opposite the kitchen, you will find the home’s master bedroom. Opportunities to relax abound in the large downstairs master suite with its ample room, additional sitting area, and easy access to two-screened in porches! The master bathroom is equally impressive as its features include large walk-in glass front tiled shower, and bidet, and clawfoot tub.

Follow a stairway from the main floor to a large loft. Currently used as a craft workroom where the wool from the farm’s sheep is processed, the space could also be used as an office, family room, or game room. Mirrored on either side of the large 414 sq ft loft are two additional master bedrooms.

The two large second floor bedrooms accommodate a king bed in the main section. The dormers have room for an additional double bed. Both rooms also feature an air conditioned storage dormers on either side as well as their own bathroom ensuites with claw foot tubs, and walk in closets.

Other features include a mudroom area, utility closet, laundry room, and additional full bath. A smaller 4th bedroom is located downstairs as well. Currently this cozy 13×13 space is used as an office. A back porch / ramp connected to the rear of the home leads to a pole barn, large enough to park your RV or boat, and additional storage room.

Outbuildings include:

  • A small with separate stalls/ feed room that was a barn built to house goats, miniature horses, and donkeys.
  • A climate-controlled kennel with indoor/outdoor runs with storage and grooming areas for dogs.
  • A 16’ X 26’ building with a half bath, french doors, window AC, and lean too for parking. Currently used as a Country Store where the owners sell local products. The small, cozy cottage could also be used as an art/craft or woodworking studo.


The farm acreage has been divided into pastures for goats and sheep. All pastures have water troughs. Property includes two wells. One of the wells takes care of the house, kennels, barn and surrounding pastures. The second well is a solar powered well and provides water trough and irrigation for the recently planted persimmon trees through a gravity powered system.

History of the farm:

Originally planted pines, the main focus of the farm for many years was raising sheep and goat for the USDA meat market. However in recent years, the focus has shifted to Agritourism.

For more information or to request a tour call Ann Huskey (850) 212-1982 or email

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