About fifteen years ago Bobby Robinson and Kent Smith discovered the rolling hills of a 70-acre tract that included the “old Mattie Fears place”. They knew they had found their dream home in the country and began the journey to create a southern plantation that is both elegant yet relaxing with remarkable charm.
Rather than just expand the existing house, Robinson and Smith decided to build a new building adjacent to the old farmhouse and blend them seamlessly together. The old farmhouse is thought to date as early as the 1840s and is perhaps one of the oldest remaining brick structures in the region.
The beauty and attention to detail now present at Serenata Farm was achieved with their love and devotion combined with a special gift of connection to the land.
For more details on the history of Serenata Farm, click the link below for the article written by Brad Rice that appeared in the 2015 Madison in May spring tour of Homes & Gardens:
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