Moments Captured in Time. Created in the 1840’s Tanyard Hill is a reflection of the Old South with all its warmth and longevity in one property. It has been, a working plantation, and stagecoach stop, bed and breakfast, equestrian training and boarding, but most importantly a truly loved home. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is a French Acadian design, which has 2 guesthouses. There are five barns.. These 65 acres are landscaped with 2 large pools, a pecan orchard, with a pasture area for equestrian training facility.