4160 Hunting Country Road

Landrum, SC
United States - For Sale 1,649,000.

Spring Valley Farm, Premier Equestrian Facility in Upstate, South Carolina

Spring Valley Farm, Premier Equestrian Facility in Upstate, South Carolina

4160 Hunting Country Road - Landrum, SC 29356

1,649,000.
For Sale

3
Beds
4 ½
Baths
3,421
sq/ft
1930
Year Built
Lot size:
16.98 acres
Property type:
Farm
MLS number:
3506613
Parcel number:
1-02-00-022.00
Style:
Post and Beam, Traditional

Welcome to Spring Valley Farm. This beautifully maintained horse farm on 16.98 acres is ready for your horses or your horse business. The charming 3BR/4.5BA stone, brick, frame and post & beam home with its mature and engaging landscaping overlooks the two barns, pasture, and paddocks as well as having a view of the arena. The main barn has 13 stalls, wash stall, feed room, tack room, and an efficiency apartment. There are an additional 6 stalls in the lower barn as well as a wash stall, feed room, workshop area, and tack room. There are 16 paddocks and a large six-acre pasture as well as an approximate 250 x 120 oval arena. The farm has a private entrance to the home as well as a barn/business entrance with a parking area. This incredible facility is just minutes from Landrum and is located on the FETA trail system within hacking distance to FENCE and only minutes to Harmon Field and the Tryon International Equestrian Center.                                                                                                                                                           

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Gardens
Granite Countertops
Guest Quarters
Patio
Ceiling Fans
Courtyard
Guest Bedroom

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Madelon Wallace

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I’ve been a member of the Foothills community for almost fifty years, and I am so proud to call this my home. I first came here as a student at Converse College, and made lasting friendships while enjoying the area’s diverse equestrian activities –riding, showing, and foxhunting. I still remember the thrill of jumping the hedges at the Cotton Patch Bottoms, the site of the 1956 Olympic selection trials. After graduation, I accepted a job galloping race horses for Tony Wallace at Fairview Farms, and made this my home. I married Tony in 1975, and together we managed and operated Fairview Farms, ..more
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