Homestead Manor is a 50-acre mecca steeped in rich local history, a wealth of dining, along with entertainment and educational opportunities for the community.
Harvest, the on-site restaurant, cultivates a farm-to-fork dining experience unique to Williamson County. Offering fresh Southern basics while borrowing influences from culinary traditions across the map, this menu changes seasonally based on the yields coming straight from our on-site farm and neighboring farm partners.
The historic nature of the Homestead Manor property begins with its initial construction which started in 1799 by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Giddens. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Manor is a 4,000 square-foot plantation style home with nine historically distinctive rooms on three stories. In 1819, when it was completed, there was only one other house that stood between Homestead Manor and the town of Columbia.
On March 5, 1863, the property became a ground-zero site for 6,000 Civil War soldiers.