This one-of-a-kind building and appurtenances are located in the historic town of Oak Hill in eastern Wilcox County. Oak Hill was designated a National Historic District in 1999 and this building was one of the principal contributing structures. The and #8220;Cotton Boll was originally a large store and was converted into a restaurant in the late 1990s by the present owner. It operated as a very nice restaurant for several years and then was a hunting lodge for a short time. It has been maintained in excellent condition ever since. The heated and cooled area – provided by two heat pumps – consists of over 3,000 square feet. The building consists of a large kitchen area, display area, and separate rooms, along with several bathrooms. A beautiful outdoor garden patio lies ouside the south entrance.
This complex is located near the intersection of two major state highways – Highway 10 and Highway 21. The highest and best use of this property is one of the following: 1) restaurant; 2) hunting lodge; 3) antique store. Power is available in all the outbuildings and public water to the main building and most of the outbuildings.