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A Place of Quiet Beauty

By Linda Tancs

Pebble Hill plantation in Thomasville, Georgia bills itself as “a place of quiet beauty.”  There certainly is plenty of ground for quiet reflection.  Amidst the hallmark pines that define the plantation’s landscape, The Main House is framed with numerous camellia bushes, dogwoods, magnolias, azaleas, tea olives, and Cherokee roses.   Near the North entrance to the House is a wonderful crepe myrtle tree, perfect for contemplating life plans.  The Uno Hill Barn grounds offer views of the serenity of the piney woods.  Or you could just marvel at the plantation’s substantial famed collection of prints from the first edition of Audubon’s Birds of North America.  There’s plenty to do; come early, stay late.

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