Wood Siding, Vinyl Siding
Porch Screened, Workshop, Porch Covered
Ceramic Tile, Wood
Cook Top Electric, Oven-Wall, Alarm Security System, Dishwasher, Oven-Double, Refrigerator
Electricity Connected, Private Well On Site, Septic System On Site
Fireplace, 2+ Fireplaces, Gas Logs
A/C: Central Electric, Heat: Central Electric, Storm Windows, A/C: 2 or More, Ceiling Fans, Heat: 2 or More, Water Heater: Electric
Locally known as the Maxwell House, this property has long served as a private residence, but in more recent years has been a Bed and Breakfast and retreat for corporate gatherings, weddings, and other events. Whether used privately or shared with guests, it can best be described as a peaceful get-a-way. The unique features of this historic property, the 11 foot ceilings, 1000 square foot screened front porch, almost 10 acres of productive pecan orchard and organic garden, make it special. Tasteful updating has kept the homes beauty intact while adding a modern touch. Upgrades in the kitchen have included solid wood cabinets, hard surface countertops, double oven, tile flooring, and a farmhouse sink. The exposed wood features of the home, including the floors, stairway, and walls of one bedroom show off the homes priceless craftsmanship. The owners have maintained the home with an eye for quality that can be seen around every corner. Make an appointment to visit this wonderful home and see what relaxation is all about. The property sits less than 30 minutes from Thomasville, Bainbridge, and Tallahassee.
From Highway 111, turn onto Old Highway 179 going north, go past the Mule Day grounds, the property will be on your left.