Experience this stunning equestrian estate with architect-designed Charleston plantation-style home poised amid the Landrum, South Carolina hunt country. This picturesque property boasts incredible mountain views and full equestrian facilities with direct access to private riding trails. Plum Lucky Farm offers privacy on 10.5 rolling acres with mature trees and serene landscape.
The Residence | This exquisite Charleston plantation home was custom designed by Albert Jolly, Jr. & Associates, AIA. Built in the low country style, the home offers two levels with deep covered porches to keep it cool and allow the soft Carolina foothills breezes to circulate. With over 5,000 square feet of living space, the residence boasts exceptionally beautiful 14-foot coffered ceilings in the great room, a family room with expansive mountain views, three bedrooms, five baths, office and remodeled kitchen with walk-in pantry.
Great Room | In this distinctive room, notice the expansive windows inviting you to look out across grand mountain views. The great room offers custom 14-foot tray ceilings with cove lighting and magnificent chandeliers. There is a gas log fireplace with built-in cabinets on each side. A handy wet bar with ice maker is housed on one side. Hardwood floors, high ceilings and the tall windows give this large room a grand feeling of space and light. The dining area is convenient to the kitchen and allows an open view of the mountains.
Master Bedroom | Offering desirable privacy, the grand master suite features 10-foot ceilings and hardwood floors. Large windows look out to the front wraparound porch and mature landscaping. The spacious master bath offers his and her vanities, oversized tile shower, luxurious jetted spa tub, his and her commodes and washer/dryer hook up. Several individual closets with cabinets above provide convenient storage merged with unique design.
The Library | Tucked away for privacy on the main floor is a library or office with built-in cabinets including file drawers, granite tops, all electronic hook-ups, and a storage closet. The house has a PBX telephone system capable of multi-lines.
Outdoor Venues | The residence provides several spots for outdoor dining and entertaining. At the rear of the house, the covered patio offers a cool and breezy spot with the full impact of remarkable mountain views. The open deck, located just outside the kitchen, also boasts vistas across a pastoral landscape to grand Blue Ridge escarpment beyond. The covered front porch wraps around the house, giving this plantation style home its classic appeal.
Equestrian Facilities | The three-stall barn is well situated above the road and offers easy access and level parking for horse trailers and vans. The custom barn includes a tack room with washroom, wash rack for the horses with hot and cold water, feed room, hay loft and storage room. There is an automatic fly spray system plus fans in each stall. The pastures have three-board fencing in excellent condition. Cross fencing allows for rotation of the horses on the pastures. Plum Lucky Farm offers direct access to the Gowensville Equestrian Nature Trail System (GENTS).
Equestrian Community | Discover the hunt country of upstate South Carolina. Here, the equestrian community is a strong tradition. Ride the GENTS trail system directly from your property or join the nearby Foothills Equestrian Trail Association (FETA) and ride for miles in Polk County, North Carolina. From Plum Lucky Farm, its only minutes to the new Green Creek Equestrian Park and the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE), home to year round horse shows, hunter pace events, horse trials and horsemanship clinics. The region enjoys two fox hunts and several equestrian clubs as well as the annual Block House Steeplechase.