Julie Breedlove


Julie Breedlove and her team at Breedlove Farms Estates and Land consider ourselves among the lucky few. Our farms and land sale business permits us to help others match their lifestyle with their dreams. There isn’t a day that goes by that we don’t appreciate the challenges, rewards and enjoyment our business and clients bring. While our initial business focus was horse farms, we are experiencing a stirring evolution in our market; one that has taken us from selling equestrian facilities to selling lifestyles. This new focus takes on many faces; all of which require acreage and a dream. If you are one of those dreamers you have come to the right website. Our clients are typically looking for properties in the following categories: Farms Equestrian Farms Hobby Farms Land in the Carolina’s Equestrian Land & Farms Land in North Carolina Training and Breeding Facilities Land With Multiple Homes Farms with Multiple Homes & Barns Family Retreats Potential Vineyards & Wineries Car Enthusiast Buyers are diverse and have a variety of lifestyle goals in mind when looking for their right property with acreage. That objective may simply be a search for privacy or an opportunity to live a more natural or organic lifestyle through hobby farming, gardening or raising livestock. Our equestrian customers continue to be drawn to the Carolina Piedmont based on weather, ease of travel, and the many advantages of the area, including the new Tryon International Equestrian Center. Frequently we help customers that are seeking a family compound, private retreat or weekend getaway; a place for family and friends; a place to have pets; a home to raise children in a more wholesome environment. Event venues also continue to grow in popularity; the business of providing that special place and experience for that special occasion. Regardless of the reason, we welcome the opportunity to help you bring your dreams to reality. Specialties: Equestrian properties, Homes with Land, Hobby Farms, Land Affiliations: CMLS, TRIAD MLS, CATAWBA MLS, USEF
$1,375,000  •  6.5 acres
Davidson, River Run Country Club & Davidson Equestrian Center makes this home worth its weight in gold. The small but elegant community has homes of equal distinction & appeal w/trails for walking or trail riding. This 3 level custom built home has private, quiet & activity space for everyone in the household. Finish the unfinished (heated & cooled) area in the basement w/a kitchen, fireplace & rec room. This in addition to the already finished space which includes a full bath, bonus, den & bedroom you have a comprehensive 2nd living qtrs. In addition to the master on the first floor, a study nearby makes it easy to work or play without keeping the lights on in the master when someone close to you, wants Lights Out. Upgrades throughout. Bright open floor plan. Outdoor living space includes large back deck & screened-in-porch. Mature/tasteful landscaping & lots (aprx 3 acres) of green space for pasture. The newer hardi-board barn is ideal & ready for two stalls or great workshop.
$972,000  •  25 acres
This 6,000sf antebellum home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a premier Greek Revival home. A rare opportunity to own a piece of a bygone era w/6 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, kitchen, den, parlor, dining rm, expansive column lined porches front and back, basement w/additl rooms/space for bedroom/den/storage. 1st floor 14' ceilings and 12' on the 2nd, massive pocket doors & mahogany staircase handrail speak to the exceptional craftsmanship. Located on 25 acres w/long-range views of the Catawba/Wateree River Valley. Built by James Shropshire Thompson between 1850-1854; Thompson commissioned noted architect Robert Hamilton for the design. Hamilton and the builders felt the large kiln dried framework timbers should settle before the interior of the house was constructed, taking 4 years to build. For 168 years and 7 generations, The Columns has been the Thompson family home.
$925,000  •  24.89 acres
When searching for a home there are a myriad of characteristics we seek, some more ethereal; however, a combination of quality, convenience and functionality is the starting point for any consideration. All these features coincide at 167 Black Road, Statesville, NC. This beautiful 25-acre hobby farm is the manifestation of that need for all good things to coexist. Situated on 24.887 acres with rolling open fields, a large stand of hardwoods, and two streams, use of this property is only limited by your needs and imagination. A perfect setting to enjoy wildlife, or the animal(s) of your choice with lots of pastures and/or hay fields. Located down a quiet country road outside the quaint town of Troutman, with easy access to I-77 and I-40; convenient to Statesville, Mooresville and the Lake Norman communities, and Hickory. Just north of Lake Norman, near Lake Norman State Park and a short drive to the NC mountains, it is a highly desirable location. It is also a short commute to Charlotte and Douglas International Airport. This custom designed, open floor plan home was conceived to be a forever home, built on one level and wheelchair accessible. The 4-bedroom/3-bathroom home features a split bedroom plan and emphasizes indoor/outdoor living with a sunroom, pool, partially covered pool patio, and a large stone outdoor fireplace. Inside, the numerous quality touches are evident with high ceilings, crown molding, rounded corners, lead glass front door with sidelights, surround sound in primary living spaces and pool area, fireplace, columns and built-in cabinets and display niche. The functionality of the home speaks to features like a tankless hot water heater, two HVAC units, concrete driveway with a large parking pad, 3-car side-loading garage with large storage area above, and 30-year architectural roof. The primary living spaces, living room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast area and great room all flow together and easily access the sunroom and the pool patio. Nowhere is the combination of quality, convenience and functionality more evident than the epicurean kitchen, designed with two chefs in mind. Marked by custom cherry cabinets with glass display cabinets, granite countertops and tile backsplash, tile floor, island, large pantry, new stainless appliances, and breakfast area, overlooking the pool, this special room will surely be the meeting space for family and friends. The master suite epitomizes luxury and features a sitting area with fireplace, tray ceiling, two walk-in closets and glass door to the patio. The master bath completes this suite with 2 custom vanities and granite countertops, and abundance of cabinetry, tile surround 2-person waterfall whirlpool tub, and large tile shower with built-in bench. Plenty of space for family and friends with 3 guest bedrooms and two bathrooms. Outside, the salt water gunite pool with wading/tanning ledge, built-in bench, surrounded by an expansive patio and stone fireplace provides endless hours of private pleasure, or a perfect entertainment venue. Enjoy this space year-round with its partially covered patio and access from both the sunroom and great room. The property also has a well-designed shop/garage/barn building, appropriate for numerous uses. This insulated building, with its’ own music system, has large covered overhangs on two sides, appropriate for equipment storage, concrete floor, built-in shelves, separate power meter, and two large RV automatic garage doors. The property has a small farm animal paddock with no climb fencing and water, two run-in sheds, and a chicken coop. So much natural beauty; such a great location, so well planned and built; so many opportunities. 167 Black Road is the confluence of natural and man-made beauty, with a serious nod to quality, convenience, and functionality. Come experience this rare find.
$650,000  •  52.57 acres
Natures’ Retreat. The noun retreat means a place you can go to be alone, to get away from it all. Often, we take a vacation to “get away from it all”, but what if you lived “away from it all”? What if your home was your retreat? A place that offered you proximity to nature and its healing touch; and being close to nature has shown to reduce the production of cortisol — our primary stress hormone. A place that provided you clean air, calm surroundings, and your favorite animals. Interacting with animals has also been shown to decrease levels of cortisol and lower blood pressure. Other studies have found that animals can reduce loneliness, increase feelings of social support, and boost your mood. Come to 10663 Cool Springs Road and find your retreat, your personal nirvana. 52+ private acres, created by nature and designed by man for your comfort and that of your animals. A calmness settles in as you enter the property through the gated entrance down the long drive with tree canopy. Emerge from the trees to witness the stately log home situated on a high knoll overlooking a large pasture. The home was designed to unite with nature, showcasing numerous large windows, expansive deck with superb views and large covered front porch. It is part of the landscape; it fits here. Entering the home from the full front porch, one is awe-struck with the great room cathedral ceilings and the floor-to-ceiling wall of windows showcasing the deck and views beyond. Hardwood floors, suspended beams, 2nd floor catwalk connecting two sides of the home separated by the large stone floor to ceiling fireplace; all add to the grandeur and warmth of this central living space. The open floor plan adds to this nature-sensitive home, as such, the great room opens to a dining area and kitchen with all the features; custom cabinets, solid surface countertops, tile backsplash and accent wall, stoned breakfast bar, double wall oven, gas cooktop, and pantry. The main floor also includes a large master suite. The bedroom opens to the deck and the bathroom includes a whirlpool garden tub, separate shower, dual vanity and water closet. The 2nd level has a guest bedroom and bath and a loft area open to the great room. This space, ideal for an office, has a Juliet balcony, again promoting indoor/outdoor living. A lower level offers another guest bedroom with private outside access, full guest bathroom, laundry room, storage space including a mud room/storage room with patio access and an entrance to the 2-car garage. While the home is designed to be rustic, it certainly doesn’t mean it is not high tech or designed for convenience. Just a few of the many amenities include central vacuum system, water filtration system, security lights, private gated entrance with combination access, driveway alarm, 350-gallon propane tank, two wells, and the one designated for the home has a thermostat-controlled heat lamp for cold weather. The home is also wired for a generator. There is an RV/equipment storage carport with concrete pad, easily accessible but discreetly hidden from view. The estate includes 41 acres in the forestry program, reducing property taxes significantly. Wildlife flourishes in the mixture of hardwood and pine forests, and along Third Creek, a boundary on one side of the property. For the equestrian, your horse has free run of a large vinyl fenced pasture and access to a barn with water (a designated well) and electricity, hay storage, feed room, and work shop area. Numerous trails through the woods and along the creek provide hours of riding pleasure without having to leave your property. This private retreat offers that much desired ability to get away, while located a short driving distance from highway 70 and Statesville, Salisbury, I-77 and I-40. Nature beckons, come to 10663 Cool Springs Road, Woodleaf, NC.
$2,950,000  •  64.98 acres
Over 6,000 years ago, horses changed the course of history. Second only to the domestication of dogs, man’s other best friend made history, literally helping man conquer the world. Something special happened when the horse became domesticated, signaling a major innovation in transport and communication. Once the speed and power of the horse were harnessed, the world was transformed. Divergent peoples were united, distant travel became viable, and cultures and languages raced around the known world. Over the years our dependency on the horse has vanished. Today the horse is mostly ridden for sport or recreation. Humans and horses have had a relationship for millennia, and horses perhaps understand humans in ways we don’t even know. Recent scientific studies regarding equine-assisted activities and therapies suggest several ways horses are beneficial to the mental and physical wellbeing of humans, such as autism, sensory integration disorders, language development and trauma recovery in children. Our love for this majestic animal is manifested in the care provided, and farms worldwide give testimony to our lasting relationship with horses. One such farm is located in the scenic South Carolina Piedmont countryside just outside Clover, SC. Part of the Charlotte Metropolitan Area, Clover is small town, beautiful countryside, just minutes away from urban amenities. It is a short drive to Lake Wylie, approximately 40 minutes to downtown Charlotte, a half-hour trip to Charlotte Douglas International Airport (the 7th business airport worldwide), a short drive to I-85 with easy access to I-77 & I-40, and less than 90 minutes to the Tryon International Equestrian Center. The nearly 65-acre equestrian estate at 680 North Kingsburry Road was designed and built to fully appreciate, breed and/or train horses. With an eye to the serene setting, the equestrian center was built to complement the surrounding land. Pass through the gated entrance, down the long private drive and 3 large board fenced pastures to a barn worthy of triple crown winners. The 7,600 sf stone and metal Morton barn, built 2015 is both stylish and functional. Cupolas, dormers, covered walkways front and rear and a gable canopy entrance greet you. Sliding end doors, large windows, and side sliding doors provide light and cross breezes. Inside, a 20’ wide center aisle framed with large beams and a 23’ high cathedral, pine tongue & groove ceiling speak to the quality of the barn. Housed in 12 (14’ x14’) stalls with automatic waterers, mats, fans and Dutch doors open to the outside overhangs, horses are both safe and comfortable. The wash- stall has hot & cold water, drain, mats and heat
$1,525,000  •  51.33 acres
The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-toed creature, Eohippus, into the large animal of today. Humans began domesticating horses around 4,000 BC. While the horse evolved in the Americas, it became extinct between 8,000-12,000 years ago; reestablished on the continent when the Spanish arrived on the American mainland in the 16th century. There are more than 300 breeds of horses, with a wide variety of uses. With 6,000 years of history, the connection between horses and humans is a powerful relationship. Your search for the ideal location for your personal horses or your horse business can be found at 4404 Nesbit Road in Monroe, NC; a 51+ acre equestrian estate with a 4,540 sf home and complete equestrian facilities. The current owners are exceptional stewards of the property and have made extensive renovations/upgrades to create this extraordinary farm. Located in the beautiful Union county countryside this 3-bedroom home features wood beams, stone accents and hardwood floors. You are greeted with a circular drive and rocking chair front porch. The main level offers a large, open great room with stone fireplace, adjacent to the dining room, each with exposed wood beams. A sun room opens to the great room and leads to an epicurean kitchen with breakfast space. Completing the main floor living space is a private 2-bedroom guest wing with bathroom and access to the pool area. The master suite occupies the entire second level and redefines the master suite concept. Renovated in 2018, the oversized bedroom (26’4” x 23’6”) includes a large stone fireplace, spacious sitting area and office nook. A four-star master bath includes 2 vanities with vessel sinks and a large tile walk-in frameless shower. Completing the bath are four (4) individual walk-in closets with shelving. The home is designed for indoor-outdoor living with a large partially covered deck flowing onto the pool patio surrounding a fresh water pool with built-in hot tub. This space is accessible from the sunroom and the guest suite. Clearly, this home combines warmth, efficiency and style; but it is just part of the package. As you dive into the farm down the tree-lined drive, it is obvious this is a place to continue our long, historical relationship with horses. It has all the features necessary for a boarding and training facility. Large fenced pastures and a lighted arena welcome you as you approach the barn area. The well-designed barn has large stalls with mats and fans, feed room, tack room, wash stall, shop and equipment storage, lounge and office. Recent upgrades include 35 new skylights to brighten the barn, 7,000 linear feet of new fencing and new run-in sheds. Additionally, the lounge and office were remodeled. There is a round pen in place and ample parking for boarders and horse trailers. So much planning, so many improvements and exceptional ongoing care and attention to detail necessitates a personal tour to truly appreciate this farm. It is then you are stuck with the realization that here you and your horses have found a home. 4404 Nesbit Road, Monroe, NC; another point of connection between humans and horses.
$1,300,000  •  9.9 acres
10 acre equestrian estate just 10 minutes from Charlotte. Beautiful 2005 home crafted to recreate the look and feel of homes in the historic Elizabeth area of Charlotte. Barn with stalls tack room, wash stall, trailer and storage area. Large stocked pond and 3 fenced pastures. Marvin Schools.
$800,000  •  10 acres
Perfection is a flawless state where everything is exactly right. Clearly, perfection can take differing forms based on an individual definition of this state. 1403 Steeplechase Lane, the sister property to 1389 Steeplechase Lane, with its own distinct features, may be your version of perfection. If your idea of perfection is an extraordinary home with land enough for your dreams, located in a gated equestrian friendly community with a feel of a nature preserve, then perfection awaits in Mount Pleasant. Minutes from shopping, the most desirable Cabarrus county school districts, and the Greater Charlotte area, the Saratoga community offers estate lots, walking and riding trails and a park atmosphere. A 2014 custom designed and built home on a 10-acre estate lot, ready for you to shape your version of perfection. While custom designed and custom built may be overused terms, this home epitomizes the word “custom”. It artfully combines, practicality, technology and style, focusing on those features that add to an enriched lifestyle. The home offers 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 2 half-baths. An open floorplan design offers main floor living with the foyer merging into a 2-level great room with floor to ceiling stone fireplace, open to an efficient gourmet kitchen and dining space, all accessible to a screen porch and pool deck beyond. The ground floor has a large master suite with incomparable bathroom and oversized walk-in closets, two guest bedrooms, guest bath and a study. Upstairs the home is a fusion of practicality and enjoyment. Walk-in attic storage gives way to a large bonus room space, oversized exercise room, and full bath, all easily adaptable to your version of perfection. The septic system will accommodate 4 bedrooms, allowing the seamless addition of bedroom #4 if desired. A 4-car, side-loading garage completes the structure and is adjacent to an outsized concrete parking court and driveway. As comfortable as it is inside this home, the outdoor living beacons. A pool with rock waterfall and wading entrance is surrounded by a Florida sandstone paver patio with cedar and stone pergola and a stone fire pit with rock benches. A large screened back porch provides yet another outdoor venue with access to the great room, kitchen/dining space. Beyond the numerous, obvious design features of this special home are an abundance of well-conceived advantages. Beginning with the striking, iron double front door with transoms. The door combines safety and beauty and the transoms are designed to open, permitting cross breezes. The home has an inhouse sprinkler system, a rare feature that provides extra safety and reduces home insurance cost. Lifestyle control is at your fingertip with this Control 4 Smart Home. The security system includes cameras, glass break and driveway sensor. A reflective barrier helps control home temperature. Additionally, nature is enlisted to help power the home and maintain comfortable temperatures; a geothermal system heats and cool the main level and 30 solar panels provides power, drastically reducing electricity costs. The home has a 500-gallon propane tank and a generator capable of powering most of the main level and the well. The package is complete with landscaping, manicured lawn and enough space to build your dream; perhaps a barn and pastures for your horses. Practicality, efficiency, combined with grace and style; all offered here to accommodate today’s lifestyle in a private, nature preserve setting. The foundation for perfection has been laid at 1403, Steeplechase Lane, Mount Pleasant, NC. Come add your personal touch.
$750,000  •  10 acres
Perfection is a flawless state where everything is exactly right. Clearly, perfection can take differing forms based on an individual definition of this state. 1389 Steeplechase Lane, the sister property to 1403 Steeplechase Lane, with its own distinct features, may be your version of perfection. If your idea of perfection is an extraordinary home with land enough for your dreams, located in a gated equestrian friendly community with a feel of a nature preserve, then perfection awaits in Mount Pleasant. Minutes from shopping, the most desirable Cabarrus county school districts, and the Greater Charlotte area, the Saratoga community offers estate lots, walking and riding trails and a park atmosphere. A 2014 custom designed and built home on a 10-acre estate lot, ready for you to shape your version of perfection. While custom designed and custom built may be overused terms, this home epitomizes the word “custom”. It artfully combines, practicality, technology and style, focusing on those features that add to an enriched lifestyle. The home offers 4 bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms. An open floorplan design offers main floor living with the foyer opening into a great room with cathedral ceiling, wood beams and large stone fireplace flanked by French Doors to a screened porch. This space extends to an efficient gourmet kitchen and dining space. The ground floor has a large master suite with remarkable bathroom and oversized walk-in closets, two guest bedrooms, and a guest bath and office. Upstairs the home is a fusion of practicality and enjoyment. Walk-in attic storage gives way to a Home Theater Room. This state-of-the-art space has a projector and 120” screen, surround sound and raised theater seating. All that is required is popcorn. Adjacent to the theater is a large exercise room. Completing the second floor is a guest bedroom and full bath. A 4-car, side-loading garage completes the structure and is adjacent to an outsized concrete parking court and driveway. Outdoor living is encouraged with a large paver patio with fire pit. The large screened porch adjacent to the patio provides yet another outdoor venue with access to the master suite, great room, kitchen/dining space. Beyond the numerous, obvious design features of this special home are an abundance of well-conceived advantages. The home has steel doors throughout, combining safety with beauty beginning with the striking, iron double front door. There is a sprinkler system in the home, a rare feature that provides extra safety and reduces home insurance cost. Lifestyle control is at your fingertip with this Control 4 Smart Home, and the security system includes cameras, door sensors, glass break and driveway sensor. A reflective barrier helps control home temperature. Additionally, nature is enlisted to help power the home and maintain comfortable temperatures; a geothermal system heats and cools the main level and 30 solar panels provide power, drastically reducing electricity cost. The package is complete with landscaping, manicured lawn and enough space to build your dream; perhaps a barn and pastures for your horses. Practicality, efficiency, combined with grace and style; all offered here to accommodate today’s lifestyle in a private, nature preserve setting. The foundation for perfection has been laid at 1389, Steeplechase Lane, Mount Pleasant, NC. Come add your personal touch.
$850,000  •  18.5 acres
Equestrian estate ideal for boarding, training and breeding. Conveniently located to Mooresville, Statesville and Salisbury. This 17.5-acre horse farm is nestled in a private, beautiful setting, framed by a pond and large shade trees. The Main House was built in 1985 but has undergone significant im
$950,000  •  11.79 acres
Tucked away off the road, is 1139 Mooreland Wood Drive, a custom built 2016 new home. It is apparent upon driving up the driveway, these owners put much thought into creating a home conducive to modern living. The crisp white hard-board siding with black shutters and stone accents is reminiscent of new ideas and designs one finds in today’s construction. A front porch with impressive front entrance and a side entrance offers residents of the home direct access to an oversize laundry/mud room leaving outdoor elements where they belong, as well as, friends a welcoming entrance through the double front glass and solid wood doors into a two-story foyer. Once inside, it is obvious the attention to details was observed when building. 10’ ceilings, extensive trim work, wood beams and character grade Hickory floors are just a few of those details. Three areas of this home stand out, among the rest. In particular, the kitchen which is open to the great room and dining area and features honed granite, subway tile back splash & custom cabinets with special touches such as hidden pullout spice racks & soft return drawers. All Kitchenaid stainless steel appliances and a very popular farm house sink with Rohl faucet. The adjoining dining area hosts a large farmhouse table (negotiable) surrounded by shiplap walls and windows. If not enough dining here, the large breakfast counter provides additional room. The second area of interest and given considerable attention, is the very large mud room/laundry/pantry/hobby room. Honed granite counter tops provide plenty of folding space while custom cabinets with fold out laundry hamper and a drop station with bench drawers, cubbies and hangers are ideal for all the outdoor clothes and boots. The sliding barn door on the pantry in this area just add additional character and practi-cality. Whether hobbies, an office or home schooling, this adjoining room is set up with any of those activities in mind. The second-floor bonus rom can also be accessed from the laundry area. Plumbed for a bathroom or possible entertainment area, the sizable bonus room offers many options away from the rest of the living spaces. The third area most impressive is the second-floor master suite. The bay window area provides plenty of reading room, two walk-in closets with built-in cabinets and shelves along with the incredible master bath with limestone counters on the dual vanity, freestanding soaking tub and frameless glass and tile shower with both a rain head and handheld are all bright and open areas. All guest bedrooms are generous in size, including the main floor guest room. One offers built-in bunk beds, two offer built-in window seats with storage areas. The great room is warmed by the fireplace and has direct access to the covered back deck. 11.79 acres is a great place to play, design your dreamscape yard, set up a farm for your horses or fish in the pond. Recent clearing of 3 acres will get you well on your way to creating your ideal play area. Already graded for a back-yard pool. Ready to move in, get settled in the home and start your outdoor projects. When not landscaping and gardening, enjoy long walks or rides on the community trails or spend time floating, canoeing or fishing in the 9-acre community lake.
$899,000  •  8.5 acres
The owner/builder left nothing overlooked when building this custom 4,491 square feet Craftsman Style home. The front porch beckons friends and family into the warmth the home offers or just to swing while enjoying a good visit. The cedar columns, stone walls and slate flooring are just a taste of the craftmanship that has gone into building the home. Entering through the double solid wood and glass doors sightlines allow you to see right through the great room to the large screened in back porch and the stone fireplace. Extensive trim work includes crown molding, wainscoting and a wide archway adorned with rich oak wood. A private office and formal dining room greet you upon entering the two story foyer. All windows along the front of the home with transoms and walls of windows along the back let in the light, creating bright and warm living spaces . The gourmet kitchen offers granite countertops including a island and breakfast counter. Stainless steel appliances include a GE Profile side by side refrigerator, dishwasher, warming drawer, wall oven and micro-wave. The custom cherry cabinets have deep drawers and reproduction glass display cabinets. Here, they built-in addition-al cabinets and display shelves, just like the great room, keeping room and bedrooms. Open to the keeping room you can enjoy a fire in the fireplace and access to the back deck. Friends and family can all be involved in conversation with the chef while meals are prepared. Tile floors in both the keeping room and kitchen are appropriate for indoor/outdoor visits. The main floor master suite opens to a private section of the back and is large enough for a sitting area for private reading and offers two walk-in closets with shelving. The Quarter sawn oak hardwood floors from the foyer and great room are carried through the master. The master bath has two quartz counter top vanities, a air jacuzzi tile surround tub and sepa-rate shower. The second floor houses the guest rooms and bathrooms, all of which are generous in size. A bonus room can be utilized for a variety of uses. For the horse lover, the farm is located in an equestrian community of private horse farms with access to community trails. Two large board fenced pastures and a 4-6 stall barn completes the farm. The barn has a 12’ x 36’ insulated tack room , grooming area with side sliding door, 12’ x 24’ storage room and a walk up hay loft. Horses can have direct access to the barn from the pastures, making it convenient for feeding and shelter. All of this is conveniently located only 14 minutes to downtown Waxhaw and 16 minutes to the new Promenade Shopping Center in Indian Land.
$430,000  •  29.35 acres
If you enjoy pleasurable trail riding and also are nostalgic about old TV westerns, this property could be for you. Only 20 minutes from Love Valley, NC, a western town of the past with hitching posts and stoops where cowboys and cowgirls rest under. You will feel like you are in the middle of a John Wayne setting with miles of trail riding and fun. If, on the other hand, you like equestrian riding, this area is for you. Many equestrian centers are nearby, as well as antique shops and shopping. You can also enjoy riding in your own sand arena included in the 29+ acre farm. Want to train or board? The barn is currently 8 stalls and could be easily modified to 12 with its own office and bath, center aisle, wash stall, and tack. Former owners housed the caisson horses for the area, and because of this, barn is extremely well done. In addition to all the above the farm is also close to Emerald Hollow Mine which is the only emerald mine in the world open to the public for mining. Each year thousands of visitors flock to this Brushy Mountain attraction to experience the thrill of finding gems. Swimming, boating, lounging your thing? You are only 30 minutes from Lake Norman and Lake Norman State Park for hiking, enjoying the sand and boating. The property itself has acres of pastures, mature oak and fruit trees, with plenty of room for parking. The barn can be seen from the rear windows of the solid brick ranch home, and horses graze nearby. This is a gem, no pun intended, and offers the buyer many possibilities, including boarding, hobby farming, or lessons. You choose, and come visit this rare find.
$975,000  •  43.44 acres
Private setting near Winston-Salem. Long gated paved drive circles home overlooking a pond. Charming Home has undergone extensive renovation & upgrades (2017-18). Four FP including Master suite. Mature landscaping, hardwoods & streams. World-class equestrian amenities; 4-stall Morton barn, arena
$985,000  •  164.84 acres
Multi purpose property with 128 acres of timber and 36.5 acres of cropland. 1.71 acres in Albemarle zoned R-10, 89 acres in County zoned R-20 and 73 Acres County RA zoning. (acreage is approximate) All very usable land with access to both Morgan Road and Marlbrook. Public Sewer and Water available. Great price for development property or private estate. Approximately 900 ft along Long Creek with only a very small amount in flood plain.
$600,000  •  3.21 acres
Rarely do you find the combination of a gated concrete private drive with a separate road to the barn, 4-board with no climb fencing, and a deck to watch the sunset or your horses/pets cavorting in the fenced pasture. The barn has storage room, tack room, 4 stalls, center aisle, water, steel trusses, sliding doors, and windows in each stall. Beyond the barn is an arena (not used by current owners). The fencing by the barn is 6-strand coated wire. The home? A book could be written. Let’s start with the architectural angles and a kitchen with color-changing rope lights! A bay window in the kitchen overlooks the lush back yard edged by trees. Cabinets are all solid & deep-grained with a pantry and pull-outs for pots. Enjoy Bose surround-sound in the great room, kitchen, and on the deck. The main level is all hardwood, with ceiling fans in every room, and French Doors out to the deck. In the master suite, you can look out at nature while relaxing in the jetted tub; master also offers a trey ceiling and walk in closet. The second bedroom has all the ingredients for a second master bedroom on the same level. A third bedroom is used as an office, and a bonus room has its own staircase and would make an ideal person cave. Walk to the lower level on extra wide stairs and be amazed upon entering; windows galore, with durable, waterproof Karndean/ flooring. There is a full bath and huge closet in the bedroom area. This bedroom is also plumbed to become a kitchen, should a secondary living quarters be desired. A massive great room with work out and storage area could easily be partitioned into a living room and secondary bedroom. Walk out of the daylight basement to a sealed concrete patio, rolled and colored, with a stone firepit that matches the stone on home as your centerpiece.
$699,000  •  6 acres
Unusual community blending horse-farms, country homes, and large acreages in a peaceful and laidback environment. The crickets sing, the birds chirp, and private ponds swarm with frogs and fish which many residents say soothe their souls. This particular home is nestled on 6 acres at the very end of the cul-de-sac and feels like a different world. A cart path behind the home gives the owners a wonderful ride through nature on their golf cart which stays with property. The far from the road setting gives you an early morning walk to your mailbox. All of this in Marvin/Waxhaw area, home of horses, and people who love them. The sellers say they disconnect while relaxing on their paved rear patio and listen to the sounds of nature. Fig and pear trees grow in the luscious surroundings and mature trees resemble an umbrella of protection from weather. The coolness they provide is unmistakable. The home has beautiful hardwood throughout the first floor with the exception of the carpeted master bedroom and the tiled master bath. The kitchen is open to the breakfast area and dining area with full views of the land. The great room has a woodburning fireplace and looks out into a rich wood screen porch. The patio below this porch is brick paved and very exquisite. Two bedrooms and bath are on the upper level. The Town of Waxhaw is a paradise to live in. There are festivals, parades, street parties and the most charming downtown district with restaurants, stores, and tack store. Nearby are equestrian centers, and within a few miles is Efird Park, with walking trails, playground, and a pavilion for rent for big parties. The New Town Park Shelter and Playground is opening this month. All types of stopping, medical, big box stores, and horse related businesses are within minutes. Waxhaw is known for riding academies, horse boarding facilities and good trainers. Marvin and Waxhaw are pretty much inseparable to the locals, and they know the schools are extremely desirable. Whether or not you are a horse person, this property sums up living the good life on your own private 6-acre oasis, with neighbors who are welcoming, and engaging. A true place to call home and disconnect from the busy world we live in.
$2,950,000  •  42.71 acres
An equestrian estate marked by elegance and charm with exceptional facilities, manicured grounds and a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. Located in the scenic Uwharrie Mountains, a mile from Badin Lake and Old North State Club & community, this estate offers all you need for a dream lifestyle. Situated on 53+ acres it includes a 7,345 sf main house with pool, gardens & pavilion, two 3-car garages, English garden with temperature controlled green house. An elegant yet practical farm; includes two show quality barns with 12 total stalls, indoor arena, and several accessory buildings for equipment and supplies. Six rolling pastures with board fencing and 3 ponds provide vistas from all parts of the estate. The estate also has a 2,114 sf guest home. True to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Main House is a tribute to nature and indoor/outdoor living, with special features such as steel beam construction including cantilevered overhangs, atrium and fully finished lower level. An expansive European influenced entertainment venue; remodeled in 2014, the lower level includes a Pedini designed kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room and state-of-the-art theater room with 116” screen. Superlatives like “custom” and “high quality” fail to adequately describe the home, its design, workmanship and efficiency. This home and estate is distinctive, inimitable; a rare find. MEADOWSWEET FARM 42.71 acres and the main residence (MLS 3408129) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 less 10.68 acres & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Also offered as 53.39 Acre Equestrian Estate with Amenities and Second Home (MLS 3400461) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Estate Home: 7,345 sf w/Full Size, Finished Lower Level Two-3 Car Garages: One w/Storage Room, Workshop & Dog Kennel Pool & Pavilion English Garden & Green House Morton Equipment/Storage Building 7-Stall Barn w/2nd Floor Studio & Storage Morton Indoor Arena w/5 Stalls (“Barena”) Morton Pull Through Service/RV Building w/3 Garage Doors Large Equipment Carport Aviary/Chicken Coop 3 Ponds & Orchard 6 Pastures w/Board Fencing Second Home: 2,411 sf w/3 Bedrooms; Built 2014
$3,390,000  •  53.4 acres
An equestrian estate marked by elegance and charm with exceptional facilities, manicured grounds and a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. Located in the scenic Uwharrie Mountains, a mile from Badin Lake and Old North State Club & community, this estate offers all you need for a dream lifestyle. Situated on 53+ acres it includes a 7,345 sf main house with pool, gardens & pavilion, two 3-car garages, English garden with temperature controlled green house. An elegant yet practical farm; includes two show quality barns with 12 total stalls, indoor arena, and several accessory buildings for equipment and supplies. Six rolling pastures with board fencing and 3 ponds provide vistas from all parts of the estate. The estate also has a 2,114 sf guest home. True to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Main House is a tribute to nature and indoor/outdoor living, with special features such as steel beam construction including cantilevered overhangs, atrium and fully finished lower level. An expansive European influenced entertainment venue; remodeled in 2014, the lower level includes a Pedini designed kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room and state-of-the-art theater room with 116” screen. Superlatives like “custom” and “high quality” fail to adequately describe the home, its design, workmanship and efficiency. This home and estate is distinctive, inimitable; a rare find. MEADOWSWEET FARM 53.39 Acre Equestrian Estate with Amenities and Second Home (MLS 3400461) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] *Also offered with 42.71 acres and the main residence (MLS 3408129) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 less 10.68 acres & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Estate Home: 7,345 sf w/Full Size, Finished Lower Level Two-3 Car Garages: One w/Storage Room, Workshop & Dog Kennel Pool & Pavilion English Garden & Green House Morton Equipment/Storage Building 7-Stall Barn w/2nd Floor Studio & Storage Morton Indoor Arena w/5 Stalls (“Barena”) Morton Pull Through Service/RV Building w/3 Garage Doors Large Equipment Carport Aviary/Chicken Coop 3 Ponds & Orchard 6 Pastures w/Board Fencing Second Home: 2,411 sf w/3 Bedrooms; Built 2014
$750,000  •  43 acres
The draw to live a more basic lifestyle is significant. Many seek to embrace the past and engage nature in a simpler and healthier way. This lifestyle conversation has become commonplace, and yet, few of the participants wish to totally abandon the conveniences of our society. More and more we try to combine our technology driven world with the pleasures of a lost time. Modern homesteading seeks to combine our work, often in an urban setting, and our private life in a rural environment. Land for animals, gardens, nature in general and a connection to the past is very appealing. Finding that combination is often challenging. That challenge is met at Resource Drive, Cleveland, NC. Forty-three ± acres, two homes, agricultural fields, wooded land, two creeks and a definite connection to the past offers a chance for a modern homestead. The property is suitable for multiple uses with a combination of open fields and woods; plenty of room for crops, gardens, animals, family and friends. The current owners have been good stewards of the property, insuring chemical free agriculture and bringing the past alive. A 150-year-old log cabin built by their great grandparents was disassembled and the logs moved to the current location. Large red and white oaks were felled and dried for two years to provide additional logs for a new cabin to be built. The new logs were hand-hewn on site using methods and tools from the last century. Actual construction of the current log cabin took two years; once the logs were stacked they were given time to settle before the addition of utilities and chinking. Approximately 30% of the home is reclaimed logs and the design is based on the original log home floor plan, with the addition of glass and windows to bring natural light into the home. Unique touches were included to add to the history of this special home. The downstairs flooring (tongue and groove over sub flooring) is reclaimed heart of pine from an old cotton mill and kitchen cabinets are 150-year-old heart of pine made from the flooring of the original cabin. Several additions give this home its own exclusive personality, the most unique touches are stones that were used in the foundation, fireplaces and the front steps, gathered from very special places; from an old home, pieces of the Berlin wall and a chunk of Abby Road. Today, this wonderful home is 2,005 sf with two bedrooms, one with a fireplace, vaulted 2-story great room, lots of natural light, den with fireplace, kitchen with breakfast area, dining room, 2nd level loft and a large deck connecting to a covered porch. Surrounded by mature hardwoods and landscaping, it definitely soothes the soul. The second home, apart and private from the log cabin sits among a hardwood grove that excites memories of Robert Frost. This charming 1,628 sf home has a garage, rocking chair front porch and two decks. With a single level floor plan the home is readily and easily accessible. It features a master suite and a guest bedroom, vaulted ceiling great room, kitchen and dining space. Come enjoy your modern homestead in an established home, just waiting for your personal touch.
$1,050,000  •  10 acres
Once a stagecoach stop between Charlotte and Monroe, Matthews and its neighboring Union county communities of Wesley Chapel and Weddington, have grown into highly desirable communities in the North Carolina Piedmont. Small towns close with all the amenities, yet still maintaining their charming identity while affording the new century American dream; small town feeling with all the amenities of a metropolitan region. Amid these highly sought-after communities find your personal retreat at 7000 High Meadow Drive. An apply named address for this 10-acre estate with custom built home, large spring-fed private pond, mature trees, 3-stall barn, and board fenced pastures, all sequestered behind a vegetation barrier. The 4,998 sf owner/custom builder home has numerous features; built in 1995, the owners have been great stewards, maintaining and making improvements to the property. The brick home offers a rocking chair front porch from which to enjoy views of the estate. Enter there or via a 2-car side loading garage to the main level. The primary living spaces are found on the main level, porcelain tiled kitchen w/breakfast space and adjoining dining room, family room w/fireplace, laundry room and large master suite with vaulted ceiling bedroom including 2 walk-in closets and bathroom double vanities, travertine shower w/bench and two shower heads as well as a large Jacuzzi tub. The second level includes three guest bedrooms, each with a full bathroom, bonus room flex space and large storage closet. The home has an abundance of windows to enjoy views of the property. The barn area has a separate driveway entrance to accommodate farm needs. The 3-stall brick barn has a block foundation and metal roof, tack room, attached run-in shed, covered concrete wash area with hot & cold water and equipment storage. Stalls have mats, hay feeders and Dutch doors. Surrounding the barn are three board fenced pastures and an adjacent lighted round pen/arena; all tucked behind the spring-fed and stocked pond. In addition to the mature landscaping there are several fruit trees to include apple and pear as well as blueberry bushes. The property also includes a dog yard for your canine friend(s) and raised garden beds for your green thumb. Discover 7000 Meadow Drive, a hidden gem in the heart of Union County, with easy access to Charlotte.
$700,000  •  45.25 acres
Many search for a private country setting with land and yet close to all the amenities. Many search for a small town, and all that implies, yet easy access to major travel routes and transportation hubs. Many wish for land for animals, garden, hobbies and yet do not want to be enslaved by that property. A chance to enjoy the earth without “checking-out”, a chance to experience a small-town atmosphere while remaining connected to the larger world. Such places are rare, and even rarer are they affordably priced. Shelby, North Carolina matches its logo, “City of Pleasant Living”, and is surely a self-contained small town with easy access to the larger world. In this well-located, small town with a strong history and a promising future, such a home exists. 1300 Zion Church Road meets those dreams, located in the country, on the outskirts of Shelby with land enough to meet your dreams (and more available if you dream large). The charming brick ranch with metal roof sits comfortably in the shade of large oaks; 3,188 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms including a large finished basement ideal for kids, entertainment, “man-cave”, or another residence for extended family. The home originally built in 1957 has undergone significant renovation and offers numerous upgrades. The main level includes a master suite, large open kitchen w/breakfast bar and adjoining living room with fireplace, den with another fireplace, dining room and a guest room/full bath. An oversized 2-car back-loading garage is accessed off the kitchen and a walled patio is position off the breakfast area. This open, airy main level is clearly the primary living space. The finished basement has lots of flex space, to include a full bathroom, and space for bedroom and entertainment areas. A wood-burning fireplace insert adds ambiance; this lower level has its own HVAC unit. The finished space also includes an unheated hobby room and storage space. Outside, a large concrete circular drive provides easy access to the garage. Adjacent there is a dog run and a large shop/barn. The 40’ 4” x 30’ 4” shop also has a 12’ wide covered porch and includes 2 rooms and a large bay w/loft and double garage doors. A large carport (35’ 3’ x 12’) is positioned next to the shop and is ideal for RV and/or other equipment storage. This rare property gives a nod to the past and includes a lavender garden, an Old World flowering plant that has gained much popularity in the new age. Also, found on the property is an old historic farmhouse. So much opportunity to make this property your own, so much possibility; the best of all possible worlds. So much opportunity to make this property your own, so much possibility; the best of all possible worlds. 1300 W. Zion Church Road, Shelby, NC 28150.
$575,000  •  86 acres
Wow! This land is beautiful. Rolling hay fields, mature hardwoods with trails and streams. Road frontage on two county roads, great location. Close to Gardner Web University. Easy access to Hwy 74, Desirable Boiling Springs area. Less than an hour to Charlotte Douglas Airport & Asheville. Less than 1/2 hour to the New Tryon International Equestrian Center. Property is actually next to 1918 Flint Hill Church Road. The house is not part of the property. While I would rather see this property as a private equestrian estate, it would make a beautiful subdivision as well. The possibilities for this property are endless.
$875,000  •  10.96 acres
This nearly 11-acres a private location with a combination of woods and fenced pastures, a large private pond, and farm amenities, is an ideal home for you and your animals.
$225,000  •  19 acres
19 to 40 Acres with creek and a Bungalow home.
Breedlove Farms Estates and Land

Julie Breedlove
330 East Monbo Road,
Statesville, NC 28677

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