Locust Grove ( circa 1751) & 86 acres is an original portion of 1,688 acre land grant from king George 11 of England to Stephen Bedford, captain of the colonial milita. (according to a patent record) This piece of history has been lovingly restored. Along the driveway you will find white crape myrtle alternated w/white dogwoods. A historical corn crib turned chicken coop. Open poll barn, Pump house/garden shed, shop w/attach 2 car heated & cooled garage, large 63x42 metal building with concrete floor & wood burning stove for those winter jobs. There are 10 frost free water hydrants situated around the property. As you enter the homes large foyer you will still find the original hat pegs along the walls. In this home you will find 5 fireplaces, All the cabinetry has been updated. The custom country kitchen features soft close cabinets, copper farm sink, heated brick floors & stainless steel appliances. The library/ office was updated w/custom bookcases. Glass french doors divide the formal living room. The home has four porches. The views are the centuries old magnolias, Pecan & walnut trees. One has two koi ponds for your enjoyment. Enjoy a walk down to the large stocked pond.