Everhope Plantation

(205) 500-0780

BIG, BOLD, BEAUTIFUL

 

Message from the Proprietor

To be exceptional one
must be the exception. 
Everhope Plantation
is exceptional!


In 1852, Architect
David Rinehart Anthony,
designed Everhope to be
Big, Bold & Beautiful.

The Greek Revival Architecture
draws Hollywood requests, visitors
from 8 countries in 2015 & 4 thus far in 2016 !   


It is “Back to the Future” as we hunger for the farm to table movement, value hand crafted customization over cookie cutter, appreciate scenic beauty with indigenous horticulture, desire sustainability, value preservation & architectural diversity & see “off the grid” as KOOL, :> again! 


Guests from the world over, 300+ Everhope friends on Facebook & Airbnb.com Superhost Status illustrate Everhope’s appeal.  Made possible by preserving the antebellum home while strengthening its foothold for the future via a couple thousand
square foot “out back”
addition incorporating
bathrooms, laundry
rooms & a state of the

art kitchen.  I’ve read

of one other
antebellum home
preserved in this
manner & it is
entertainment
executive Bob Doyle’s in Tennessee.


Suzanne Callaway (“Silent in the Night”)
eloquently states “You’ve got to love old houses & want to live in them.  You can’t be intimidated by them, but must become a part of them, just as they become a part of you.”  Everhope is far more than I need or deserve & therefore I open her doors.  100% of revenue  to date has been reinvested to maintain this incredible plantation, a piece of American History.  It is my responsibility & intent to maintain these grounds to the level of detail they deserve (see “Love” page).


Having spent 1000+ nights in hotels around the world, I am certain Everhope Plantation will take your breath away!  It is that out of the ordinary & this is why I purchased a plantation in Eutaw !


Everhope is committed to growing with the

community it operates

in & has hosted

pro-bono events for The

University of Alabama

Business School,

Language Dept.,

Nursing School,

the Japan America Society,

the City of Eutaw,

the Greene County

Industrial Board &

Wounded Warriors. 

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I invite you to be exceptional, like Everhope, and come & experience the Plantation Life! 


All The Best,

Barden

Everhope’s Approximate Ownership History

Barden                                          2012 - Present
Mr. & Mrs. David Harmon          2005 - 2012
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bullock           1994 - 2005
Mr. & Mrs. James Poole                1992 - 1994
Dr. & Mrs George E. Rudd            1977 to early 90’s?
Dr. Que                                          1972 - 1977 ?
Leah & Clifford S. Boyce                1944 - 1972
    (Carpenter Grandson)
Fannie Carpenter                          1911 - 1944
Marjorie & Nathan Carpenter      1852 - 1911