YEARS OF HISTORY
Business functions and meetings
The inspiration to this venture and adventure, our two fainting goats along with their side kicks – horses, cows, chickens, peacocks and more goats – add a natural backdrop of sights and sounds to this beautiful environment. We hope you enjoy watching them as they meander about.
Our dinner club held it's August meeting at Tipsy Goat Estate. We found the setting unexpected and enchanting. A wonderful time was had by all.
5 Stars! We thoroughly enjoyed the dinner party we attended at Tipsy Goat Estate. The setting is beautiful. We can't wait to go back for another event.
A romantic and peaceful setting. I love the Versailles inspired garden at the front of the historic house.
The bricks are from the pre-Civil War era; the back of the house is the original wood from 1820.
Hard to believe this historic home was slated for a controlled burn for firefighter training.
Found on the third floor of the house, carefully preserved chalk drawings on the window frames, made by the Robertson children.