Hunter House has been serving farm-to-table, southern-inspired cuisine since 2018. Executive chef Justin Morris sources ingredients from local farms and creates protein-focused recipes with a southern twist. We are open for dinner every Wednesday through Saturday beginning at 5 p.m., offering botanically-driven crafted cocktails in our prohibition speak-easy lounge. Special ticketed events like High Tea Sunday Brunch and Mixology classes on Tuesday evenings allow our guests to experience our culinary and mixology talents in eclectic offerings throughout the year.
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History of the Farmhouse estate
In 1890, two prominent families came together when William J. Ranson and Ellen Hunter Ranson married. Both the Ransons and the Hunters, for whom Huntersville is named, were well-known farming families active in their church and within the community. The Colonial Revival Style farmhouse, tastefully enhanced with a wrap-around veranda, porch pediments and classical columns was completed in 1913. The Ranson House was the first home in Huntersville with indoor plumbing, electricity and a telephone. W.J. and Ellen raised their ten children in the home, which became a gathering place for all.