Along the east slope of McAnnally Mountain is a limestone ridge that juts out of the earth where musicians have gathered and people have contemplated the view for decades. It is a magnificent landscape of large trees, long views and stunning rock formations. To walk among these large trees and limestone bluffs in this quiet place is moving.
The home is simple yet elegant with fine details. The barn is spacious with a large porch that has been used as a stage for musicians where the music echoes off the hills and the small amphitheater made by the hillside. The garden spot has rich soils along with a view of the mountains. The driveway is well maintained with poured concrete up the hill to the house to prevent erosion. Wildflowers in limestone soils can be diverse and abundant. One of the riches of this place is Alabama Larkspur which blooms by the thousands. For more information download the brochure
Located between Hayden and Cleveland on County Road 9, 2.5 miles north of Hwy 160.
Home is an open floor plan with one large room and a bathroom. Porch is enclosed as a sleeping porch with an incredible view.
Barn has a covered porch that has been used for music performances for many years.
Power at the barn
Firewood storage shed.
Propane for heat, hot water and stove.
Huge hardwood timber and limestone bluffs with trails to hike.
Roads to small fields used as camp sites.
It is a very unique and high caliber property that has been well cared for and treated with respect.
Property is shown by appointment only. Contact Beth at 205-533-1513 or Spence at 205-500-0437.