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Savor an amazing independent bookstore, gift and accessories shops, neighborhood restaurant, beer garden and a wine and coffee shop.
Fearrington’s wine program is delighted to offer 10% off six or more bottles of wine purchased at The Goat! Whether you ask The Goat’s wine guru to mix and match a custom case, or you choose the bottles yourself, you’ll enjoy wines from hand-selected producers at a great value!
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Fearrington’s main entrance includes several Vollis Simpson whirligigs
Tennessee Fainting goats in the front pasture
The Granary Restaurant sandwiched between gardens and pasture
We bale hay in our pastures to feed our beloved Belties
Fearrington’s Camden Park includes walking paths and ponds
Fearrington’s Village Center is surrounded by pastures
Fearrington’s Barn and Silo
Our two best known images, here together – the House and our Belties!
Jenny Fitch installed the Knot Garden by the House in 1990
This folk art whirligig twirls in the middle of our village green
Fearrington residents may sign up for the Swim & Croquet Club
About to welcome new Fearrington residents!
Many Fearrington House Inn rooms overlook Jenny’s Garden
The Belties love this watering hole behind the Village Center
The Camden Park neighborhood
The Fearrington House Restaurant set amidst lush landscaping
These beautiful images were captured in May 2014 over Fearrington. We thought you’d enjoy this pictorial survey of the community – endlessly fun to browse!