Historic Buildings

Hatcher's Plantation is one of a few homes in the state with so many original dependencies.  The oldest building was built in 1808 and the newest in 1943.  Our outbuildings are part of the charm and romance of Hatcher's and, to us, what makes Hatcher's Plantation so special.  We are constantly working to renovate and upkeep these beautiful pieces of our American Southern history. Maintaining and preserving the historic integrity of these buildings remains one of our primary focuses for our agribusiness.  Our goal is for visitors to Hatcher's to feel as though they have stepped into a bygone era of plantations and Southern belles.

Summer Kitchen
Well
Creamery/Living Quarters
Chicken House
Chicken House & the "Necessary"
Chicken House
Living Quarters 1
Living Quarters 2
Summer Kitchen
Living Quarters 2
Summer Kitchen & Well
Smokehouse
Smokehouse
Summer Kitchen (circa 1840)
Summer Kitchen (circa 1840)
Summer Kitchen & Mulberry Trees
Creamery & Well (circa 1840)
Living Quarters 2 (circa 1840)
Living Quarters 2 & Mulberry Trees
Creamery (circa 1808)
Well & Living Quarters 2
Corn Crib (circa 1850's)
Barn (circa 1943)

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