"THE BARN" at Sierra Springs is a beautiful premiere location in a relaxed atmosphere with gorgeous views of the countryside including four beautiful Tennessee Walking and Rocky Mountain horses. Centrally located in Whitesburg - Carrollton, Georgia, and nestled in a spectacular setting of 35 acres of rolling green pastures, magnificent oak trees, and hardwoods. Lots of gorgeous, one-lane, old dirt roads adjacent to the property, a one-room historical schoolhouse, and several old churches.
The front barn is 96 x 66 ft with the stall fronts in place, a bar with sink, 2 rooms for dressing, a salon, 3 bathrooms, a roll-up door, and a full commercial kitchen.
The back barn is 30 x 50 ft and is still used as a horse barn with stalls,
feed, and tack room.
Front Barn: 96 x 66 ft 6336 sq ft with 4032 of open space - Built in 2005
Back Barn: 42 x 50 ft 2100 sq ft - Has a front porch that goes
into the Big Barn - Built in 1978
Suite & Salon: 600 sq ft
Bar located at the front of Front Barn
All barns are connected for a total of 9036 sq ft
2 Barn Style Homes - Home # 1 - 1440 sq ft - Built in 2020 - Usage restrictions to Interior
Home # 2 - 2800 sq ft - Built in 2017
Numerous outbuildings & sheds
Drives & Parking - gravel and asphalt
2 - RV Electrical Hook-ups - 30 amp and 50 amp
We have a large variety of antique furniture as well as many other props.
The Barn has been an active equine barn for the past 30 years known as Sierra Springs (named for random springs located throughout the estate). Over the past 8 years, the property has also been a special events venue. Upon researching the deed records, the owner discovered the property who she knew belonged to the Wilson estate, also found that the property had previously belonged to the Crawford Estate, which ironically, is the owner’s late grandmother’s maiden name. She was raised in the area and attended the Cross Plains School, a historical, one-room building located adjacent to The Barn. It is also known that this area is noted to be the land of the Creek Indians and where
Chief Willam McIntosh lived.