This Beautiful Red Hills Plantation is a Live Oak-Lover’s Dream
Oak Hill Plantation
The 983-acre estate holds many treasures, including a piece of the oldest highway in America—Old St. Augustine Road—which passes through the property.
Like many old homes, the house was built over time, starting with a portion designed after the historical Asa Mays house in Capps, Florida which is now a "wing" to the main house.
Blue Porch Ceilings
Like any good Southern home, the ceilings of the porches are painted sky-blue to ward off haints.
The beautiful staircase in the foyer is made of pine from the Old Flagler Hotel.
19th Century Windows
The main house boasts four stunning 19th century windows pulled from Tallahassee’s Old Floridian Hotel before it was demolished.
Formal Dining Room
Antique décor and rich wood details match the space’s formal vibe.
Thirteen-foot ceilings more than accommodate a grand, canopied bed.
The screened-in back porch (essential for summertime living!) overlooks the landscaped backyard.
The pretty gazebo is the perfect place to escape from the hot sun.
The driveway leading to the main home and guest house feature a gorgeous oak alley, dripping with Spanish moss.
The property’s 1,500-square-foot "gathering lodge" has a living room, kitchen, breakfast area, bath, and loft bedroom—an ideal retreat for guests.
The main house overlooks the property’s pristine 15-acre lake, which is fed by a natural spring.
Classic Revival Style
We didn’t think it would be possible, but this historic stunner looks even better after nightfall!