About 1507 Williams Road
Welcome to Pumpkinvine Manor. That’s right. This place has a name. That’s because this place is awesome! Not like, “Wow, man. This beer is awesome.” More like being completely gob-smacked. The owner has taken God’s raw materials and sculpted a showcase of the Almighty’s creation. It’s a work of art, and it’s awe-inspiring, and so it has a name: Pumpkinvine Manor. You’ll never want to leave.
The house is first-class, and it sits 500 wooded feet from the road, upon 9+ private acres, over-looking Pumpkinvine Creek. Along the 750 feet creek frontage, runs a big, flat lawn and a pavilion featuring a full kitchen & utilities, ceiling fans, fire pit, swings/seating, and a flushing toilet.
The house was built in 2020 and has all you’d expect in luxury living--details for days. Some highlights include a vintage walk-in cooler (wooden) door that guards a lounge with built-in curio cabinets and high-powered ventilation concealed within recessed lighting. Another (secret) room is hidden behind a bookcase doubling as a door. The kitchen holds a farmer’s sink, commercial grade cooking/ventilation, replete with pot-filler and a butler’s pantry. The Master Bath boasts a claw-footed soaking tub inside a double-headed shower room. The lighting, water, and door fixtures are timeless classics, and the fireplace burns real wood. The basement is an unfinished canvas, awaiting your dream of (theater, game room, ice cream parlor, fill-in-your-blank here).
As the pictures show, this house is great, but Pumpkinvine Manor is an experience; it’s a trophy property, nestled within nature’s playground. You’ll drink up the views that pour in throughout, and become pulled into the nature that surrounds. Entertain in or outdoors, in the sunshine or the shade. Or keep it all to yourself.
To promote lazy living, the creek holds a swimming hole that is approximately twenty feet across by twelve feet deep. So, take a dip and chill out. Float the waterways by kayak or inner tube. Fish from the bank or wade into the stream. Hit the trails on foot, bike, or ATV. Just think of the wildlife you’ll meet along the way: deer, fox, hawks, and eagles to name a few frequent visitors. Explore the area, off-property. Walk to Foxberry Farm, a large equestrian estate, with stables, paddocks, and jumps (it’s the next door neighbor). A short drive will find you hiking the Silver Comet Trail, hunting in Paulding Forest, or wake boarding on Lake Allatoona.