Everhope Plantation

BIG, BOLD, BEAUTIFUL

(205) 500-0780

 

Message from the Proprietor

Every time a guest arrives at Everhope, there is the thrill of why, whom & when!  Each guest I’ve had the pleasure of meeting has an All-tar story!  New friends have been made & invitations to travel the world have been extended my way.  Thank you.


Everhope is far more than I need or deserve and therefore I open  it’s doors and share the Plantation Life!  It is my responsibility & intent to maintain these grounds to the level of detail they deserve.  100% of revenue is reinvested into maintaining this incredible plantation, a piece of American History.


Everhope is committed to growing with the community it operates in.  Everhope has hosted pro-bono events for The Univ. of Alabama Business School, Critical Language Dept., Nursing School, the Japan America Society & Greene County.  It opens it’s doors to the Greene County Historic Society Tour of Homes when asked.  It will host Wounded Warriors this Fall.


The antebellum home character is preserved while strengthening its foothold for the future via a unique “out back” addition.  I’ve read of just one other antebellum home preserved in this manner and it is entertainment executive Bob Doyle’s in Tennessee.


In 1852 Architect David Rinehart Anthony, designed Everhope to be Big, Bold & Beautiful. The Greek Revival Architecture draws Hollywood requests & visitors from the world over.  It is awesome at Everhope and therefore I invite you to come and enjoy the Plantation Life!


All The Best, Barden


For reservations, call (205) 500-0780

or email  ebjr@everhope1852.com



Everhope’s Ownership History