Heritage Land and Families . . . Around the Corner
Hal and Sandra Huffmaster have deep roots in the community. He hails from six generations of two families (Hopkins and Varner) that pioneered the area now called Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. She spent 28 years of her career teaching the children of Chatt Hills and surrounding areas.
In 1982, the couple built their forever home on Hal's grandfather's land. They raised their son and daughter there, and now have 7th and 8th generations living on the heritage land.
The barn quilt pattern they selected, "Around the Corner" aptly describes their farm which is literally around the corner from the Hopkins homestead. They chose the colors red for their farm accents, white for their goats, and green for the beautiful, scenic views of their farm and lake.