I have always wanted to visit the infamous Serenbe, a new urban village just 25 minutes outside Atlanta. For years I have heard about it and even poked around their website from time to time, but I had never been. I knew it would be cool, but Zach and I were both pretty blown away by all that we found just steps beyond our city limits.
Serenbe is a 1,000 acre sustainable community located in Chattahoochee Hills, GA. Established in 2004, the development has 4 English-style hamlets, each with a community center that focuses on the "elements of a well-lived life": art, agriculture, health, and education.
Our day started off with horseback riding. It was a bit chilly, but we really enjoyed the serenity of the still morning and exploring some of the nature trails and waterfalls we would not have likely seen on foot.
Serenbe Stables (for boarding, lessons, etc.)
Brand new neighborhood! I am obsessed with wooden shake shingles.
This breathtaking manor house is our favorite. This photo does not do it any justice, as each facade is unique and the grounds surrounding it are like straight out of some Jane Austen novel!
Inn at Serenbe which is nestled into a picturesque countryside, ribboned with black wooden fences, old barns, grazing horses, and a tranquil pond.
After gawking at the amazing Carousel set up, we strolled through the animal village which was rather charming. Lots of goats, sheep, llamas, donkeys/mules, etc.
After our delightful discoveries out and about, we got ready for dinner. Isn't he the cutest?
See ya later Serenbe! Thanks for being such a fun place!