An in-town address complemented by a serene, natural setting, Five Oaks is rich in Atlanta history. What was once lush farmland belonging to Richard F. Sams, state of the art irrigation and refrigeration systems were used to grow and preserve vegetables during an age when few Georgians had electricity or running water in their homes. <br/><br/>At it's height, the farm covered 350 acres and produced at least 30 types of vegetables, including tomatoes, peaches, collards, mustard greens, raspberries and strawberries. To this day, the grounds are synonymous with hard work, success, and prosperity. <br/><br/>Reap the rewards at Five Oaks, where old-fashioned Atlanta heritage meets modern efficiencies, harvesting a renewed sense of character. Please call for an appointment today.