Hills & Dales Estate, Lagrange

About Hills & Dales Estate, Lagrange

Hills & Dales Estate, Lagrange

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Hills and Dales Estate is the home built for textile magnate Fuller E. Callaway and his wife Ida Cason Callaway completed in 1916 in Lagrange, Georgia. The property includes the pre-Civil War Ferrell Gardens started by Nancy Ferrell in 1832 and expanded by her daughter Sarah Coleman Ferrell beginning in 1841.


Overview of Hills & Dales Estate

Walking past the city of Lagrange, you will come across Hills & Dales Estate. Hills & Dales Estate is not the prime point of interest of Lagrange. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

Lagrange tours ideally do not include a visit to Hills & Dales Estate.

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  • Beautiful 30-room 1916 mansion with extensive and artistic gardens on the estate -- all open for guided tours. Besides the sheer scale of the house and gardens, the home and estate feature several interesting design elements. If you like exploring old homes, don't miss this one.

  • A hidden gem down in Lagrange. A beautiful home that you're able to see and walk into every room. Finished in 1916, and lived in until 1998. Decades of decor to see. The gardens are amazing to see and take a nice serene walk.

  • This place is truly a gem in Lagrange. It's Really a great place to relax, stroll through the garden, and take Beautiful pictures!!!

  • Trick or treated here! Beautiful scenery!

  • Wonderful home and grounds. Friendly tour guide / docent. A bit pricey for LaGrange and what you get, still recommend. Kids not welcome.

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