Built in 1740 by Quaker farmer Richard Brown, the sprawling farmhouse is still in the same family. Ten generations have lived at Oakland Green, which remains a working farm. Located in the Goose Creek Rural Historic District, the main house is surrounded by century-old evergreens and a meandering perennial garden.
We have 50 head of Angus cattle, two horses, several cats, and assorted wildlife. Because the farm is on a narrow dirt road, there is little traffic to disturb your early morning or late evening walks through the 200 acres of woods and pastures. There are several picnic tables around the garden area and at the swimming pool.