Putting down roots . . . in a Tree City
Paul and Emily Harrison moved to Chattahoochee Hills in 2018 after years of visiting this "Tree City" to enjoy its nature. Their first place was a c1900 home in the historic Goodes Community, which they lovingly restored. Last year, they built their forever home on 15 acres nestled among the trees and named it "Good Shepherd Farm."
When selecting their barn quilt design, the family was drawn to the maple leaf pattern that features four leaves in the changing seasonal colors.
Like this family of four, each leaf has a pattern that can stand on its own, yet when joined together their branches form a central unified pattern.