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
$675,000  •  21 acres
2434 Paw Paw Drive. There are several fruits native to North America including tomatoes, avocados, pumpkins, squash, blueberries, cranberries and paw paw. The paw paw is among the few native fruits that are not widely cultivated. The fruit continues to grow in the wild, especially in temperate climates. President Thomas Jefferson loved the fruit and even planted them at Monticello. Explorers Lewis and Clark document that they survived on wild paw paws during their expeditions. As you enter the namesake’s private, tree canopied drive, you may not find any paw paw trees but you will find a distinctive home. An estate with European flair that speaks to opulence with equal parts practicality and possibility. The one-story brick home has a tile roof imported from Germany and features an open, split floor plan. Enter the 3,785 sf custom home through an impressive wood door with sidelights, each featuring leaded glass, and immediately you are struck with the sightlines. Moreover, the L-shaped design establishes the pool/pool patio and covered patio as the central focus; providing a special outdoor living space with access to all the primary living spaces. The great room, dining room and media room all melt into one another; the great room and dining room joined by a two-sided rock, floor-to-ceiling fireplace. This space accesses the covered pool patio through a “wall of glass” with five (5) full glass doors. The master suite wing includes an epicurean kitchen with new black stainless appliances, keeping room with stone fireplace, oversized laundry room with an abundance of storage space and room for an extra refrigerator/freezer. The master bedroom, likewise, has a stone fireplace as well as, black walnut hardwood floors and large walk-in closet with custom shelving. A heated tile floor greets you upon entering the master bath. Dual granite vanities, wall with tile accents and a large garden tub with tile surround add to the long list of features of this bathroom. This wing of the house also offers multiple access points and views of the pool area. On the opposite side of the home, the guest wing has three (3) bedrooms and three (3) full bathrooms. A private guest house offers an inviting space for those longer-term guests; bedroom, living room, full kitchen and a full bath with laundry facilities make this picturesque cottage fully functional and independent. While the humans are attended to; the animal friends are certainly not forgotten. A classic gable barn with attached run-in shed, 4 stalls (room for 3 additional) with Dutch doors to overhang, end sliding doors/windows, tack room and full loft. There are 4 paddocks with the room for more and a split rail paddock/grass arena. Twenty-one acres to enjoy, distinctive home, private guest house, first-class facilities for animals, in a serene environment a short drive from Rock Hill; ready to occupy and open to your personalization. 2434 Paw Paw Drive, Rock Hill, SC; your dream to enjoy. Who knows, you may find some fruit trees.
$969,000  •  5.2 acres
122 Walnut Hill Drive. “Just one more thing.” For all television detective show fans, that famous phrase can only mean Columbo. “Just one more thing”, preceded another question in Columbo's circumstantial speech and relentless approach. But in your search for a home with property, “just one more thing” can only mean Painted Hill Farm located at 122 Walnut Hill Drive in Mooresville, NC. A 2016 custom built home less than 10 minutes from Downtown, and all the epicenter of Mooresville has to offer, including Friday night classic car events, art crawls, dining and shopping, the most popular grocery stores and a weekly farmers market. While that is great, there are numerous homes in the Lake Norman area close to downtown Mooresville. Just one more thing; now imagine you are just 20 minutes to downtown Davidson with its college sports, arts and events, dining to include world class restaurants, unique shops, and another farmers market… and you never have to get on I-77 to get there. Superb, but still there are other nice homes that have access to both Davidson and Mooresville. Just one more thing; 122 Walnut Hill Drive is a charming 5+ acre horse farm, in a neighborhood of high-end custom homes, and, in the Mooresville School District. Just one more thing; it is a very rare property, ideal for a family with children, seeking the advantages of a neighborhood with kids and as well as a country lifestyle; perfect for a couple that wishes to be close to urban amenities and at the same time watch their horses from the back porch; and the unimaginable, ideal for a competing equestrian. The two-stall barn has room for 2 more stalls if desired. It currently has a wash stall with hot and cold water, a grooming stall, tack room and hay storage. Stalls are 12’ x 12’ with mats and fans. Set up for cooling cross breezes with exterior stall windows and wide aisleway. End doors ensure you can keep the warmth in during cooler months. Two flat pastures are fenced in 4 strands of Electro Braid fencing and easily accessed from the barn. Pathways have been maintained between the creek and pastures so if a good gallop is in mind, go ahead and enjoy. Otherwise, the 85’ x 210’ arena is a great place to work the horses. Everything was designed for easy maintenance and safe horse care, including the built-in manure bins. When not riding, a garden site and herb garden are ready to work. Enjoy the views in the mornings and afternoons on one of three porches, a front porch, lower level porch and main floor deck with bead board ceiling, Travertine floor, in-line gas line for grill and access from the kitchen. The epicurean kitchen offers custom cabinetry, soft return drawers, appliance cabinet, food processor shelf that lifts up-and-out, beverage cooler, pot filler and stainless-steel appliances. Of course, granite counters, a tile backsplash and large walk-in pantry are a given. Friends and family can visit with the chef either at the large breakfast bar or the adjoining keeping room. The main floor master suite also has access to the deck, along with a sitting area under a tray ceiling with extensive crown molding and hardwood floors. The master bath is set up for true pampering and relaxing with Travertine flooring, a frameless glass and travertine shower with a bench, glass vanity shelves, rain head and hand-held faucets. The air jacuzzi is ideal when ready to sooth the sore muscles from riding. There are granite counters, lots of cabinets below and above the dual vanity and make-up vanity. The home offers extensive crown molding throughout, wainscoting and chair railing, hardwood or tile floors on the main level and high-end plumbing and light fixtures. These are just a few of the quality upgrades utilized. Check out the brochure for more detailed information. Each generous guest bedroom has either its’ own full bath or its’ own vanity & commode with a shower tub shared between them. The basement is just waiting for your input, framed for a theater room, exercise room and plumbed for a kitchen/wet bar currently, but easily changed per your specifications. The full bath with granite and tile is already completed for you and easily accessed from the lower deck and farm area, keeping the dirt out of the main living spaces. The shop is wired and the lower level garage ideal for your ATV. There is also a three-car main level garage with plenty of room for your pick-up truck and golf cart. Just one more thing; this one-of-a-kind home is in pristine condition; the owners are extremely good stewards of the home and property. Come to Painted Hill Farm, you can have it all, a beautiful setting with well-designed, custom-home and excellent equestrian facilities, yet close to the amenities you desire, including Lake Norman.
$499,000  •  63.25 acres
1395 Boomer Road, Boomer, North Carolina. Mountain top home with incredible 360 degree views, overlooking pastures, wooded spaces, hay field, large natural pond and classic/historic gambrel barn, adjacent to a large reservoir and wild life management area; quiet the description. It is a image fit for a travel brochure. Located in northwestern North Carolina in the Brushy Mountains, a spur of the Blue Ridge Mountains, separated from them by the Yadkin River Valley, Boomer, NC is a farming community in Wilkes County. The community, originally called Warrior Creek, after a stream which flows through the area, was named after its first postmaster, Ed "Boomer" Matheson. Boomer was the birthplace and home of James Larkin Pearson, a poet and newspaper publisher who served as North Carolina Poet Laureate from 1953 to 1981. With scenic sites of Majestic Mountain and just minutes down the road from W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir, Boomer has all the amenities that an outdoor enthusiast would desire. Weekends on the lake, camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, boating, bird watching; just enjoying the gifts of nature. With 63.25 private acres, 1395 Boomer Road is your own secluded, peaceful escape. 30 acres of fenced pasture, a 1.6 acre pond and 2 miles of cleared trails, for either horseback riding, hiking or your next ATV adventure, this tranquil retreat can be your personal Walden. The back side of the property boarders the Boomer US Army Corp of Engineers Wildlife Management Area. Enter the property on the private road that takes you to the cottage style home nestled on top of a ridgeline overlooking rolling hills and meadows; woods, pastures and an idyllic natural pond. The 1,712 sf home has 2 oversized bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms and large living room/kitchen/dining combination. A large stone patio greets from the front and a wood deck overlooks the views from the back of the house. Next to the home is a 34’ x 28’ garage with available generator hookup, wood burning stove and attached carport. Close by is a sizeable run-in shed with holding pen (easily converted to 2 separate run-ins or 2 open stalls). The natural beauty of the property is overwhelming and includes several practical manmade features; camper/RV hookup (power/water/septic) near the home, underground power, stone retaining wall and steps, and outdoor sink near carport. With substantial rood frontage on 2 separate roads the rolling hills, pastures and woods are readily accessible, including the majestic gambrel barn situated just off Glen Carlton Road (A gambrel barn is a type of structure traditionally used for storage on farms and ranches. The structure features a gambrel roof, which is a design that uses two different slopes on each side of the roof to maximize internal storage space while still taking advantage of the sloped roof’s ability to shed water and snow.) This structure, built in 1937 to last a century, is useable today and could be easily restored for extensive livestock use or it would make a remarkable venue site. 1395 Boomer Road; breath-taking natural beauty close to US Route 421 near North Wilkesboro, adjacent to Boomer Wildlife Management Area, close to W. Kerr Scott Reservoir, situated in the Brushy Mountains. A rare find with so many options for your individual use.
$1,150,000  •  11.6 acres
Elegant Equestrian Country Estate. Designed by well-known North Carolina Architect, Jim Phelps and built by award-winning builder Arcadia Homes and located in the desirable Waxhaw community of “The Farms at Heartwood.” While surrounded by estate size properties and equestrian properties, this home is tucked away behind an electronic gated entrance with stone columns and landscaping. Whether seeking privacy, room to garden, a healthy outdoor lifestyle or lush pastures for your horses, this property offers you these options and more. Take advantage of the 4.5 miles of community trails for trail riding and exercising your dogs. The home sits on the highest point overlooking the extensively landscaped yards, pastures and woods. Stone and hard coat stucco exterior are accented with solid wood shutters, double solid wood and glass front door and Carriage Garage Doors. Immediately upon entering the foyer, you will appreciate and admire the quality craftsmanship this home has to offer. In addition to the Herringbone stone in the foyer, the chandelier hangs from a cupola that is lined with tongue & grove stained wood. The ever popular floor plan of a great room, combined with a generous dining area which flows into the kitchen area, allows for entertaining and conversation while preparing and serving meals to guests. Morning coffee and breakfast can be savored on your screened porch while enjoying the views. Wood beams are suspended from the cathedral ceiling in the great room and are also utilized on the covered porch. Cozy up to the 22 foot stone gas fireplace which is balanced with custom built-in cabinets and display shelves. The Hickory Hardwood floors are attractive and blend in with both your dark and light wood furniture. Walls of windows and French doors let in the light and provide views of both the front and back yard. The kitchen is the focal point of the home. Custom Cherry Cabinets, granite counter tops, an island with breakfast bar and state-of-the-art appliances are all pleasing to the eye, yet designed to be functional for cooking gourmet meals. The tiled mosaic wall under the vent hood lends personality and class to what already is a spectacular kitchen. Of course the chef in the family will be excited about the long wall of pantry cabinets, side-by-side 48” refrigerator & Viking gas cooktop. A bright main floor master suite has a large picture arched window, cathedral ceiling and access to the screened in porch. The walk-in closet has built-in drawers and laundry hamper. Like the closet the 9’7” tile and frameless glass shower is generous in size and has room for two. The heated bathroom floor is a luxury in cool winter months. An elevator and stair cases access both the second floor bonus room and lower level guest rooms and second garage. Either wash the dogs in the tiled dog shower or your muddy boots. Guest rooms have access to the covered paver patio, outdoor patio area and propane stone fire pit. The same quality is carried throughout the lower and second levels and include tile, granite, custom cabinets, speakers and extensive trim work. Storage is plentiful for any and everything. The second floor storage room is just waiting to be completed and converted into another bedroom or office space. Watch a good movie or challenge friends to a game of pool in the second floor bonus room. While you may not want to leave the warmth and comfort of the indoor living spaces, it will be hard to resist what the land has to provide. A custom barn built to match the home design is the epitome of grace and functionality. Conveniently located near the home , with easy access to approximately 6 acres of pasture with Ramm flex fencing and field fencing. The couple acres of hardwoods are ideal for providing shade for the horses. A creek adds county charm. With quick and easy access to Waxhaw, Ballantyne and Charlotte, this estate beckons; 8528 Waxhaw Creek Road, Waxhaw, NC.
$575,000  •  8.47 acres
Most humans enjoy the sanctity of nature, trees and maintenance of areas for Wildlife Preservation. Most of our clients would love to live their lives within a hundred yards of one. If you are one of us who are “green” this property is for you with 75 acres of non-buildable nature as your neighbor. Eight plus acres of Ramm fenced pastures with electric fencing greet you with a magnificent 2007 custom built home sitting 300 feet behind a remotely controlled horse themed customized gate to keep your property and animals safe. There is complete surveillance for the entire property including pastures, barns and home which can be remotely controlled with pictures shown on TV in great room. Home is situated in a horse-friendly community with 2.5 miles of walking, horse-riding or ATV trails. Home has been completely updated with new painting, new carpet, granite counters in kitchen, brand new rear screened porch with animal proof screening, Bose sound system upper level, and much more. Three-car garage with work bench, shelving, and cabinets. Two bedrooms down, with one having French doors and utilized as an office. Top of the line ATT internet, nothing better. Main barn built in 2015 with 16-foot center concrete aisle, 40 x 48. Six with 12 x 12 matted stalls, Ramm Tuscany stall fronts, tongue and groove fronts, insulation, USB ports, individual fans and lights, 12 x 12 tack and wash bay. Dusk to dawn lights, surveillance, storage 200 bales of hay, separate 200-amp electrical service. There is an outdoor riding arena adjacent to this barn. Second barn has 3 matted stalls, custom built feed and storage bins, electric lights and fan. In addition, a chicken house has 12’x 60’ green run with 4 roost boxes, auto waterer, feeder box, window for circulation, and reinforced wiring to keep predators away. A horse-loving community close to the City of Lincolnton, and 45 minutes from Charlotte airport. Minutes from hospitals, box stores, and Tractor Supply. This one is an emerald adjacent to an evergreen natural preserve.
$239,000  •  22 acres
Return to the sounds of nature and serenity instead of sounds of congestion. This 22 acre flat, ready for many uses, property would be perfect for a family compound, horse or hobby farm, or second home get away. Close o the NC mountain towns where rivers rush, views are astounding, and filled with interesting towns reminiscent of yesteryear. Organic farmers could raise their crops here and sell in neighboring towns. Easy access from major highway 64.
$620,000  •  33.9 acres
Many hard-working individuals search for a much-needed escape or retreat from the fast paced, modern lifestyle we have all become accustom. With this property’s exquisite beauty, serenity and natural setting it is impossible to return home and keep the tensions within you. 33.94 acres (additional 7.66 acres available) along with the small things in life that make us smile are found here: no traffic sounds, meadows, flowers, creeks, varying terrains, birds singing, deer, turkey, an occasional peacock and not another human in sight. In many cases, this type of lifestyle can only be found far from civilization but this private estate is one hour from Charlotte International Airport and less than one hour from Center City Charlotte. Charlotte is known as an exciting metropolitan city with sports, culture, world renown restaurants and booming levels of activity. It is also within 5 miles of three hospitals, 4 miles from Wingate University and 4-5 miles to riding trails and horse-related facilities. For trivia gurus, Randy Travis hails Marshville as the city where he was born. A private driveway meanders for approximately one-half mile to the unique and artistically designed home where sunsets are enjoyed from the front porch, and early morning light from the back deck. There are approximately 2 miles of hiking, four-wheeling or horseback riding trails and a year-round creek at the rear of the property. Multiple sites on the property some with natural springs are waiting to be realized. Rare and unique architectural finishes are found throughout the home from a foyer with brick tile, to quartz counter tops, to a lifetime moisture warranty in the basement. The master suite is on the first floor and secondary bedrooms on the lower level. Above the garage with its own entrance is a large bonus room with full bath that could easily become a secondary living area. This would be perfect as a guest suite as well. This rare “escape” from the world can be your Shangri-La. Welcome Home!
$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.
$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
$845,000  •  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.
$419,900  •  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.
$949,000  •  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
$2,750,000  •  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 42+ 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. 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 @ $2,950,000 (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
$2,950,000  •  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
$450,000  •  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 Webb 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.
$599,000  •  17.79 acres
Your Personal Walden. With a nod to Henry David Thoreau, more and more of us seek a simpler, healthier lifestyle and perhaps our own private land to aid in our personal declaration of independence.
$2,100,000  •  13.95 acres
Whether you are a professional equestrian or hobby equestrian you will appreciate the detail in this equestrian estate.
$899,000  •  10.39 acres
 Tucked away in this private site is Break Away Farm, a 10+ acre manicured estate. With a backdrop of horse farms, this property is an ideal gentleman’s farm, designed and maintained to accommodate any number of dreams and uses. Bring your favorite animal(s), and begin your journey
$2,500,000  •  97.89 acres
A MAJESTIC SOUTHERN ESTATE BUILT TO INSPIRE AND INDULGE THE SENSES
Breedlove Farms Estates and Land

Julie Breedlove
330 East Monbo Road,
Statesville, NC 28677

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