Enchanting historic plantation home built just after the Civil War, was later purchased by former Union soldier, D. DeWolf, who had traveled this very road on Shermans March to the Sea. Today there are pecan and apple trees, fenced pasture, spring-fed pond and a charming guest house. The main home features heart pine floors, period window glass, 9-10 ft ceilings, original fireplaces, relaxing front porch, back deck, drilled well, potting shed, workshop, barn w/stalls, RV shelter. The guest house: 2 BR/1.5 BA, fireplace, workshop. Both homes have central heat/air.