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Bella Vista Farm is absolutely stunning and you wont find a better location or a prettier piece of property in Aiken County. The custom 6 stall barn is a show place.Constructed with only the finest materials and attention to every detail this facility has climate controlled office,tack and laundry rooms a 90 x 220 riding arena separate storage building run in sheds AND an attached luxury owners residence with 10 foot ceilings, custom kitchen and a beautiful open floor plan.The 67 acres is all in grass and has the most beautiful surrounding views.Price reflects an extremely motivated seller !
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Two new Dogwood Stable racing prospects are scheduled to arrive in Aiken tonight after being purchased at the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. March select sale of 2-year-olds in training in Florida. Read More…
Building a pavilion on the nearly 60 acres of the Highfields Event Center would be the first step for owner Rick Cram in making the grounds a non-equestrian use facility.
“I want to try and make it (Highfields) a little bit more available; have an amenity that’s appealing to non-equestrian activity,” Cram said. “I’ve gotten a lot of requests over the years saying how pretty this place is; they want a wedding out here or any kind of small business gathering, reception, convention – but we need a facility to do that and house that many people.”
Highfields holds more than 30 events every year, which include the annual Aiken Spring Classic, and just last year, the first Aiken Music Fest. Read More….
WASHINGTON (March 16, 2015) – The gap between rental costs and household income is widening to unsustainable levels in many parts of the country, and the situation could worsen unless new home construction meaningfully rises, according to new research by the National Association of Realtors®.
NAR reviewed data on income growth, housing costs and changes in the share of renter and owner-occupied households over the past five years in metropolitan statistical areas1 across the U.S. The findings reveal that renters are being squeezed in many metro areas throughout the country due to the disproportionate growth in rental costs to incomes. New York, Seattle and San Jose, Calif. are among the cities where combined rent growth is far exceeding wages. Read More….Real Estate News Archives