Honoring the heritage . . . of Piney Woods
Pepper and Gwen Bullock, and their good friends Ken Lemm and Alec Michaelides, were searching for a property with acreage when they discovered a hidden gem less than a mile from their homes in the Serenbe Community of Chattahoochee Hills. They purchased the 48-acre parcel located at the tail-end of Piney Woods Church Rd, and named it "Farmstead at Piney Woods" in honor of its heritage.
When considering a barn quilt for their Farmstead, they asked for a pattern inspired by the name, Piney Woods. A vibrant tree was selected with a pine cone added in each corner. The pattern is named "Tree of Life," which aptly symbolizes the interconnection of life and personal growth.
Pictured left are Pepper Bullock and his granddaughter Sears Nevins, who lives in the home on the Farmstead with her mother Dallas.
Pictured below are photos taken by Danny Acres from Acres Studios, LLC. Chatt Hills Barn Quilt Trails thanks Greystone Power and its crew Daniel Wix and Craig Earl for assistance with the barn quilt installation.