Everhope Plantation


(205) 500-0780


Message from the Proprietor

It is a pleasure and honor to be the 8th known family to own the Captain Nathan Carpenter Antebellum House, circa 1852, also known as Everhope Plantation. 

Everhope is more than I need or deserve and therefore I open it to you for tours, events & lodging.  It is my responsibility and intent to maintain these grounds to the level of detail they deserve.  All revenue is reinvested into maintaining this incredible plantation, a piece of World History.

Everhope is a member of the Alabama Bed & Breakfast Association.  The proprietor is VP of the Greene County Historic Society (GCHS), proud to have built their website pro-bono & opened Everhope’s doors for the GCHS tour of homes.  In June, 2014 Everhope’s proprietor was recognized with a GCHS plaque.

Everhope is committed to growing with the community it operates in and has hosted pro-bono events for The University of Alabama’s Business School, Critical Language Dept., Nursing School, the Japan America Society of Alabama & Greene County.

Everhope’s Greek Revival Architecture is a splendor, which draws media attention & visitors from the world over!  I look forward to meeting you on the grounds of Everhope !

For reservations, please call (205) 500-0780

or email  ebjr@everhope1852.com

Best Regards,


Everhope’s Ownership History