The Robert Penn Warren House, as it is listed in the National Historic Registry (named after the Pulitzer Prize winning writer that lived there), sits on the property known as Twin Oaks. The home, which has undergone extensive renovation and updating in recent years, was constructed in the late 19th century and sits among an array of majestic oak trees, some of which are on the historic registry. While the property can function as a private residence, it can also be used as an event space or bed and breakfast. In addition to the main home, the property includes a chapel (900sq.ft.), barn (3,131sq.ft.), bar (396sq.ft.) situated next to a large open air courtyard/patio area, and an office building (1,848sq.ft.) which is currently used as the corporate office for Sammy's Restaurant- their Prairieville location sits on an adjacent property. They may have interest in leasing the office from the next owner. The property also includes a 634sq.ft. guard house, which is currently used as storage, as well as some other storage buildings and gazebos.