$ 362,500.00

  • MLS #: 134942
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Full Baths: 3
  • Year built: 1900
  • Status:
  • Listing Office: RE/MAX Lakefront Realty, Inc


This bucolic horse farm is nestled just across the Franklin County border in Henry County. The historic, antebellum style home was originally constructed in 1900 with a major addition and other renovations added in 1986. The home overlooks approximately 20 acres of open, fenced pasture land with the rest in timber buffering the home. TWO 5 stall barns on the property. The barn closest to the home is cinder block construction, has a heated tack room & has a full length hay loft that has been partially roughed in for an apartment space. Both barns offer electric and running water. A bold creek runs through the property & pasture. Owners say in approximately 5 years there will be a large amount of timber value. Hours of riding trails surround the property. 70 X 144 riding ring.

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Location Details

  • County: Henry County

Property Details

  • Location/Subdivision: Henry
  • Apx SqFt-Total: 3410 sq ft
  • Apx Total Acres: 62.53
  • Construction: Wood Siding
  • Appliances: Microwave,Window Unit Air Conditioner,Refrigerator,Washer,Dryer,Range-Electric,Dishwasher

Property Features

  • Roof: Metal
  • Floor: Laminate,Carpet
  • Fuel: Electric
  • Basement: None
  • Heat: Baseboard,Wall Heater
  • Cooling: Other/See Remarks,Window Unit
  • Water: Private,Well
  • Sewer: Private Sewer
  • Garage: Attached,2 Car Garage,Over Size
  • Attic: Crawl Opening
  • Fireplace: 1
  • Water Heater: Electric


  • Fencing
  • Horses Permitted
  • Outbuilding
  • Paved Drive
  • Riding Ring
  • Underground Utilities

Courtesy of

  • Office Name: RE/MAX Lakefront Realty, Inc

This style property is located in Henry is currently and has been listed on Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate, LLC. This property is listed at $ 362,500.00. It has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and is . The property was built in 1900 year.

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