As your host at Kettlestick, I welcome you to our online site and invite you to visit with us on the farm. We are a small family farm which has been owned and operated by my family for five generations. The property was purchased by my Great-Great-Grandfather for two dollars an acre, with his purchase being the second time the land the was ever sold. The original owner gained title through a land grant from the King of England. After being inherited by several generations from the original owner it was sold to a neighbor for one dollar an acre in the late 1800s, and several years later was purchased by my Great-Great-Grandfather.
The name “Kettlestick” is taken from “Kettlestick Creek” which is the western boundary of the property. One theory on the origin of the name is that it comes from the use of a stirring paddle “stick” used when cooking in a cast iron pot, also known as a “kettle”. Another theory has to do with a spirit distillery also known as a “kettle” and often placed near a creek to use the cool water for condensing the distilled spirits!
Address132 Overby Plantation Ln
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