Yea, we're the house with the old train caboose outback. No, it's no longer there. It rusted away - so we heard.
We've heard a lot of stories about our house and property like how the first post office of Belton stood a few yards from Cannon Bottom Road just inside our property line. And how the original owner was detained by a Yankee officer during the Civil War. Cherokee Indians set up camp not too far away and use to hunt on our grounds. In fact, every once in a while an arrowhead shows up.
There is so much history to the old historic Cox estate. So many interesting stories and happy memories. As the third occupants of this 1920 farmhouse, we couldn't keep the beauty to ourselves. That's why we're so excited to open our home up to the public as an event venue so people can be a part of our history and create a long lasting memory whether it's for a wedding, a family reunion, a corporate function, or another gathering of some sort.
There is so much more to see at Southern Manors. There's so much beauty and tranquility surrounding us. It's hard not to fall in love with this place. See for yourself - view our gallery for a peek into Southern Manors wedding and event venue. Then head over to our contact page to book your appointment to come check us out and learn about all we have to offer. We'll be more than thrilled to be a part of your next special occasion!