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Create Your Own Equestrian Estate

by Jay on August 23, 2009

Sometimes you can’t get your dream by buying somebody else’s; you have to build it. If your dream is a small estate for your family and a few chosen horses here is a chance to create it yourself.

This site of 10.76 acres is located at 10040 South Lowell Road in Northern Durham. Long time Durhamites know that there is an active equestrian community spread across the rolling topography that includes northern Durham County and extends west into Orange County and north into Person County.  South Lowell winds its way between between Guess Road on the west and Roxboro Road (15-501) on the east.

This property is the centerpiece of Hall Meadows, seven lots subdivided and protected by covenants to encourage further development of the equestrian lifestyle.  Approximately half the property is already in pasture and the rest is wooded.  A home site canopied by large oaks alrleady has water, electricity and a septic system permitted for four bedrooms.

Bring your plans for your home, a barn, and fencing and begin building immediately.  More information about this unique situation is available by clicking HERE, including a site plan for Hall Meadows, the layout for this property, the covenant documents, and an overview of the local equestrian community.  Drive by anytime to see the site or call or email me, Jay Zenner for more details. 919.819.6666

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