Who wants to live on an island? Actually, a better question is: Who DOESN’T want to live on an island? Gallop on the beach! Be fancy in your own private dressage arena, school in the covered, irrigated, fully lighted arena with pergolas for viewing, jump all the things in the jump ring, or pop over the many natural and constructed jumps scattered around your 65 acre property. There is a gorgeous new 14-stall barn, and the property as a whole has tons of amenities for horsey comfort, including 28 fenced pastures. Aiken is a few hours to the NW, so you can take advantage of the growing hunter/jumper scene there, or spend quality time with the incredible eventing offerings in the area. Zip over to Beaufort for some fun, or go a bit farther for beautiful Savannah, Georgia. The main house is a lovely 3 bedroom villa with views all around of the farm, and there is an adorable guest house with its own paddocks as well as a campground. Invite your friends for a horsey holiday, or rent out the facilities for extra income. Check out this turnkey equestrian estate!


Welcome to Camelot Farms, just 20 minutes from Historic Beaufort, 65+/- lush acres bordering the marshes of the Atlantic Ocean, presents an opportunity like no other for horses and people who love them. Walk, trot or canter into Camelot and you’ll find every wish list item for the jumper and eventer, varied terrain for the avid trail rider, and the perfect estate, business opportunity – or both – for the passionate equestrian.The newly built 14 matted stall Morton Barn features every amenity, including stained glass windows, rubber-tiled aisle, private tack area, restroom, fly control system, each equipped with lights, fans, custom feeders, and automatic washers. A separate building houses an office, lounge, and kitchen and bath, individual spaces for tack, and plenty of room that can be configured as office, studio, or additional living space. . Training facilities include a fully covered, lighted, and irrigated arena with observation pergolas, a full dressage arena, a 300×500′ jump arena, a 125×250′ work arena, and two 60′ round pens. Numerous jump areas are located throughout the farm, as well as a number of training obstacles. For the trail rider, a number of tree lined trails wind their way through the farm and all the way to the beach. When it’s time for the horses to rest, Camelot features 28 cross-fenced pastures, many over an acre in size with three large run-ins. When you break free from the saddle, the luxurious estate residence welcomes you with inviting spaces, both inside and out. Travertine marble, hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces,and wrought iron accents set the stage for pampered living while soaring arched windows and French doors provide tranquil views of the marshes of the Harbor River, and pastures and trails and arenas you can’t wait to get back to. With an estate like this, one should be prepared for guests and Camelot farms is. A 3BR guest house with private paddocks is currently a favorite VRBO rental, and a six-slot campground with a bathhouse, electricity, water and corral panels is also in high demand.

This property is listed for $3,400,00.  To view the full listing, click here.

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Go Jumping (and dreaming!)

Since 2010, Stable View has been committed to creating a preeminent international equestrian training facility. Every facet of Stable View speaks to the goal of creating an international equestrian training center. The property is situated on 1,000 acres of gently rolling countryside with access to more than 2,000 adjoining acres of woods, trails and gallops. The layout has been carefully planned and executed to optimize the equine training experience at international level. To learn more about Stable View and make your riding plans, click here.