The Grand Manor Home
Surrounded by 10 acres of grounds, the historic antebellum home was built it 1846 by a local physician, Samuel Bond. Listed as the John H McFadden House on the National Historic Register, the Cedar Hall home is the oldest property standing in the City of Bartlett today.
Also a bed and breakfast, the second floor houses four beautiful bed rooms, one of which is the Rainey Room. Also known as the Bridal Suite, the bride and bridesmaids primp and prepare in this room for those wedding day jitters.
The stunning sprial staircase is perfect for a bridal decent to the gorgeous marble floors, brought from Europe in the 1940s. The antique details in this home create a pictureseque vision of graceful elegance. The Grand Manor Home is the finest in the South.