Historic Stone Hedge on Tour of Homes
Published 9:15 am Monday, April 8, 2013
Two guest houses are included on the tour, each containing a bedroom with a stone fireplace. The pool guest house has built-in ovens on an exterior wall.
The view from the back of the main residence is of Tryon Peak and Miller Mountain. The extensive rock work throughout the interior and exterior of all of the buildings, as well as the rock walls and pillars were built from material cleared from nearby fields.
As you sit on the front terrace, once used for outdoor dining, overlooking the pastoral and Warriar Mountain Views, one can almost hear the countless conversations and celebrations held over the years.
The Tour of Homes, presented as a fundraiser by the Green Blades Garden Club, will be held on Saturday, April 13. Hours of the tour are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased at PJ Fashion and Expressions Florist in Landrum, Down to Earth Garden Center in Tryon, The Garden Patch and Flower Cottage in Columbus, Kathleens Gallery in Saluda, The Wrinkled Egg in Flat Rock and the Silver Fox in Hendersonville.
On the day of the tour, tickets will be sold at each of the homes as well as the Park on Trade. Parking will be available at Stone Hedge. Vans for transportation to the Lake Lanier homes will be available at the Tryon Antique Mall shopping center near the Lake Lanier entrance and parking for the Byrd house will be available at Urgent Medical Care.
Go to www.greenbladesgardenclub.org for more information on the tour and garden club projects.
For more information and ticket purchase, please call June Current 828-859-2048 or email: email@example.com
– article submitted by Deborah ODonnell