Richland County, SC
This North Columbia Farm is a residential, recreational and fully operating equestrian boarding and training property, encompassing approximately 104 acres. The appealing main home consists of 2,000 square feet and sits at the front of the property surrounded by majestic oaks and pecan trees. A second comfortable guest cottage is situated nearby. Both residential homes have city water, while well water is utilized for the rest of the facilities. A nice 10 acre fenced cattle pasture is on site with an enclosed chicken house and run providing opportunities for an individual looking to create a hobby farm.
The property is suitably improved for continued operation as an equestrian enterprise. A well-appointed 36’ by 72’ six-stall barn provides first class boarding facilities. The outside access stalls have extra thick continuous padding to prevent shifting, fly mist control, revolving fans and the potential for three additional stalls. Inside the barn is a storage unit, as well as a feed and tack room with central heat and air, a bathroom, and washer and dryer connections. The tack room also doubles as a nice office and sitting area. Another feature of the property is a 3-bay shop. One bay is utilized as a huge shavings’ storage bin, while the other 2 bays comprise the workshop. The shop has two 200-amp electrical service and a half bath. A 5-bay garage is behind the shop providing ample storage for vehicles and farm equipment. An additional 2 stall barn is also present, with each stall opening into its own pasture. The property has 14 individual paddocks, each ¾ acre in size. In addition, there is one regulation dressage arena plus a larger one for show and practice.
While the upper third of the property contains all the residential and horse facilities, the back of the property provides serenity and many additional recreational opportunities. It consists of over 45 acres of upland natural hardwoods and pines. Deer and turkey are abundant, providing a nice setting for an afternoon hunt after a hard day of work. Several wildlife openings are ready to be planted, and a power line right-of-way providing a great location for a morning deer hunt. Several established trails provide horseback riding and a stocked pond is on site for morning or afternoon fishing. The property has several opportunities supporting supplemental income, including home rental, horse boarding, horse training and lessons.
This North Columbia Farm is located within convenient drives of several equestrian enthusiasts’ communities. Camden and Blythewood are only minutes away. Aiken is only an hour’s ride and Tryon’s mountain views are only slightly further, just under two hours. Downton Columbia is a twenty-five-minute ride to dining and the University of South Carolina.