This bucolic Alpharetta spread is well-suited for people who suffer from urges to strap on bonnets and churn butter. Alternately, it provides ample space for cults. You might recognize this early American property from HGTV or the pages of Country Home. Two circa-1800 cabins have been combined to form a quant main house, with two bedrooms and a loft. Over on yonder hill sits the 1830 guest cottage, overlooking the freaking pasture. Last but never least, the two-story "barn" was built in 2006 to host annual antique blowouts. The multi-acre property is smack-dab between Ga. Highway 400 and Interstate 575, right around the corner from nowhere. But maybe that's the point. The ask is $1,495,000, which would buy a lot of churned butter.
· 160 Crowe Road [Estately]