House at Stone Head
About House at Stone Head
Nestled in the heart of southern Brown County's pastoral Salt Creek Valley, this 1891 built farmhouse has been recently renovated for your enjoyment.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Stone Head farmhouse provides for an experience of a simpler life. The property has groomed hiking trails on 122 acres of the Stone Head Nature Preserve, including the Zimmerman Wetland Bird Habitat. This charming tourist home is ideally suited for those who appreciate the beauty of nature while immersed in view of an endless array of foliage and rolling hills.
There are a variety of activities you may enjoy before relaxing on a deck surrounded by a garden of stunning beauty. A seclued pond for swimming and/or fishing can be found deep in the woods.
The wonderfully furnished, three bedroom home includes all the modern conveniences to make your stay comfortable.
The House at Stone Head is only minutes from nearby fine dining and shopping in Brown County's artist colony of Nashville.