Travel along Longhorn Creek Lane and you will encounter the tree lined entrance to one of the most notable equestrian estates on the East Coast. The owner's passion for horses and generations of family history have inspired something unparalleled. The property provides a sanctuary for the outdoor or equestrian enthusiast, encompassing 700 +/- acres of picturesque, rolling landscape including a 20 acre lake and miles of trails in a convenient, accessible location The Stan Gralla designed Main Barn has 10 16'x16' stalls with inner & outer doors and tack room. The Santa Fe inspired 3,000 sq.ft. residence above the barn features 4 wood burning fireplaces, Saltillo tile, magnificent views of the property from 2 decks and a viewing area that overlooks the world-class 100'x 200' indoor arena The Main Barn and residence incorporate many fine architectural elements including heirloom grist mill stones, hand hewn beams from the owner's personally curated collection and antique doors once located in a European church. There are indoor and outdoor (with lights) arenas, a Hofman hot walker, veterinary facilities, laundry and wash down areas. Run-ins, catch pens, round pens, recovery/turnout paddocks and spacious pasture. Pastures feature 3 or 4 rail fence with hot wire. Extensive accessory structures including a Farm Manager's residence, the original 5 stall barn, hay barn, cattle working facility, grain silo, tractor storage and more (please see attachment for comprehensive list of improvements). Last but not least, venture up the hill and down another tree lined street, saunter by the longhorns and you will find yourself at the log cabin- overlooking the lake, flanked by a 16' tall stacked stone fireplace the likes of which you have never seen! Reminiscent of a tobacco barn, the log cabin captures the essence that is North Carolina!
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