One of the most unique spaces and destinations, a testament to imagination, relentless determination and devotion to create something truly remarkable.
After six painstaking years, Cherry Hollow Farm has become a reality. Meticulously repurposed and re-designed structures combined with an assortment of reclaimed artifacts, Cherry Hollow Farm celebrates an era of invention and imagination; the blending of America’s industrial strength and agricultural spirit, chronicled in the very fabric of what is truly an architecturally immersive experience.
Its massive arches built from the brick from the Eli Whitney Cotton warehouse in Augusta, Georgia, CHF boasts an array of industrial materials and artifacts from the Lanette, Fairfax, Griffin, Opelika, Arnco, Sargeant, Selma and Pell City mills located throughout the Southeast. CHF is an unique assembly of historical structures from 1820 to 1950, set upon an old farmstead in the countryside of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. The Venue is comprised of a farm, livestock barn, promenade, reception hall, grand dining hall, intimate wedding chapel, dressing rooms, and green-space (pastures, woods, lake and gardens).
Cherry Hollow Farm is located in Chattahoochee Hill Country, a 65,000 acre area situated along the banks of the Chattahoochee River southwest of Atlanta. The Chattahoochee Hill Country is one of the last undeveloped rural areas in Atlanta. Minutes away from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, internationally renowned Serenbe and Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club. Boasting rural vistas of rolling hills, streams, forests and farms, Chattahoochee Hill County has an unspoiled, natural beauty that calms the soul. Visit us at Cherry Hollow Farm to experience Chattahoochee Hill Country for yourself.
The owners, Carter and Laura Williamson bought the old farmstead in 2002, raised four boys and then began the construction of the venue in 2010 using a multitude of resources all over the Southeast. Given the vanishing turn-of-the-century textile mills, the Williamson’s found, collected and assembled numerous artifacts from these mills, relocated an 1860’s sharecropper home and began the construction and adaptation of the farm into a destination unlike anything else. Laura’s mother was one of the founding members of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and both Carter and Laura have a combined 48 years of service for the USEPA. The venue imparts their concern for the environment, agriculture and for the appreciation and reuse of historical artifacts into the construction of Cherry Hollow Farm.
Cherry Hollow Farm
a unique event venue that celebrates an era of invention and imagination; the blending of America’s industrial strength and agricultural spirit, chronicled in every board and brick, in the fabric of what is truly an architecturally immersive experience.
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