Oak Rise

Gabriel G. Hanway, courtesy of The Wright Group


This dream escape was renovated with meticulous construction and every detail was considered. Hidden among oak trees in the Red Hills Region, “Oak Rise” boasts distinct features inspired by Louisiana architect A. Hayes Town. The property includes the main home with three stories and wrap-around veranda porch, a two-bedroom, two-bath guest house, pine trees providing cover for deer, ponds stocked for fishing, and plots and fields ideal for quail and turkey. 

List Price: $2,400,000

Address: 9900 Veterans Memorial Drive, Tallahassee 

Dimensions: 5,609 square feet, on 169 acres

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4.5

Year Built: 2004, meticulously renovated in 2013

Features: 20-minute drives from Thomasville and Tallahassee, extensive living areas and dining room with garden lattice detailing, salvaged heart-pine floors, hand-hewn exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, custom molding, brick archways and flooring, open kitchen concept with new Wolf appliances, custom cabinets, marble countertops and more.

Online listing: Oak Rise on wrightbroker.com

Contact: Ben McCollum, Broker and Founder of the The Wright Group, 120 East Jackson Street, Thomasville, GA 31792, mccollum@wrightbroker.com, (229) 226-2564, www.wrightbroker.com

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