Main House: The plantation’s main house is situated on a hillside with both pastoral and mature pine views. The 5,735± square foot traditional home was built in 1981 and has three bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, and two additional half baths. The home features an indoor pool, a lanai, a first floor master, two-car garage, very nice enclosed two-run kennel, and generator. The arrival court features the remaining of two grand live oaks that were the inspiration for Twin Oaks’ name.
Historic Front Gate House/Staff House: Dating back to the early nineteen hundreds, the gate house is located at the northern entrance and is a great example of what the historic staff quarters looked like over a century ago. It is currently used for staff housing.
Additional Staff Houses: There are two additional houses for staff. Both are located near the main plantation office complex.
Other Improvements: Other Improvements include a plantation office, large equipment barn, five-run kennel, a two-stall horse barn with an enclosed tack room with water, electric, and a small woodstove, a raised hay barn, horse feeding shelters, a garage, picnic shelter with fireplace at the lake, excellent roads and numerous concrete and steel bridges.
Deeded Acres: 1,913±
Total Acres: 1,913±
Based upon recent years, the annual property taxes for Twin Oaks are estimated at $80,200. The owners have been advised to apply for a Georgia conservation use assessment program for 2019, something a new owner would undoubtedly do, which would significantly reduce the property taxes for Twin Oaks Plantation. We can provide more information on this.