The Garden Home Retreat - P. Allen Smith Garden Home. The House is situated on axis with a grand old oak the cottage is designed using the Greek Revival style of architecture and constructed with modern, "green" technology. ☺ This is not just My Dream HOME! It is My Dream HOMESTEAD! ☺
In the foyer, paintings of early 19th century Americans, an enlargement of John James Audubon’s trumpeter swan, and vintage gilt sconces hang above a circa 1800 Southern American sideboard and ottomans from Lee Industries. Magnolia and pine boughs from the farm create a garland leading up the stairs to the hallway library.
OMGosh!!! THIS IS AWESOME!!!!. P. ALLEN SMITH'S BUTTERMILK PECAN PIE: From 'Seasonal Recipes from the Garden' cookbook - I had this today at a luncheon with P. Allen Smith on a tour of his Moss Farm -- I don't like pecan pie and I ate every bite of this. So good!!!!!!
Aerial view of Moss Mountain Farm, Arkansas. If you ever get the chance, swing by for one of our many seasonal tours. We'd love to see you! Paul Allen Smith is a television host, designer, gardening and lifestyle expert. He is the host of two public television programs, P. Allen Smith's Garden Home, and P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table and the syndicated 30-minute show Garden Style. #mossmountainfarm
Smith Point Residence | Landscape Architect: H. Keith Wagner Partnership | Architect: Birdseye Design | Image Credit: Westphalen Photography | This property on Shelburne Farms includes a main house, guest house and barn complex set on 20 acres of rolling meadow and woodland with commanding views of Lake Champlain. In master planning the site, special attention was given to solar orientation, views and utilizing the existing grade change to integrate with the architecture of the main house.
We invite you to visit the Atlanta History Center, located on 33 acres in the heart of Buckhead. The History Center includes one of the Southeast’s largest history museums; two historic houses including Swan House and Smith Family Farm; Centennial Olympic Games Museum; historic gardens; and the Kenan Research Center including the Cherokee Garden Library. The History Center also includes the Margaret Mitchell House, located at our midtown campus.