Renaissance Farm embodies southern grace, a relaxed living, and the equestrian lifestyle.
The beautifully designed home showcases fine craftsmanship in every room, with features such as crown molding, columns, heart pine floors and custom bead board ceilings.
Two barns, one acre pond, a cottage, multiple large grass paddocks, and mature forests provide abundant opportunity for riding, hunting, and relaxation.
Year built: 2005
Location: Summerville, SC
Living area: 6,000
Baths: 4 full and 1 half
Land: 257 acres
Horse facilities: Fenced fields, barn with 11 stalls
The main residence has hardiplank exterior, hardiboard trim, stately brick stairs and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds. An in-ground pool is surrounded by gardens and lawn.
Interior features of the home include antique heart pine floors throughout, over-sized crown moldings, three fireplaces, full bar, formal living and dining rooms, full screen porch, mud room, beautiful built-in shelving and custom bead board ceilings in the great room.
Milled beams are out of a textile mill in Seneca, SC built in the early 1800's.
One-acre fully groomed and well-stocked pond
Two bedroom, one bath guest cottage
Large trailer/RV equipment shed
9 large pastures all have water and are planted in bahia grass/hay
Two barns - 16 stalls total
Main barn built by MD barn, with 11 12’ x 12’ stalls (convertible for foaling), tack room, feed room, wash area, dedicated deep well, palpation stocks, drive through 15 ft concrete center aisle, industrial fans, bug spray system and automatic waterers.
Separate smaller barn has 5 10’ x 10’ stalls, feed room and auto water and bug system.
Centaur fencing encloses the pastures and is hard wired.
Drainage on the entire farm is extensive and allows year round use of 9 to 10 miles of trails for saddle or carts.
Trail access to 17,000 acres of rideable land owned by Westvaco