As a result of this year’s jump in attendance at the Tryon International Equestrian Center, Cielo Real Estate, Tryon’s newest state of the art real estate company, is now offering tutorials and local sourcing for newcomers to Polk County who want to create their own custom horse farms from older, existing area properties – many of which need a good facelift to change from frumpy to fabulous. Below are some good examples of how to renovate an old horse farm.
“Nowadays, the only truly affordable affordable horse farm properties in the Tryon area are in serious need of updates. The lower price points are the most popular, but doing renovations is more than most buyers want to take on. Our team is giving buyers step by step guidance, planning, budgeting, and professional local connections to help them turn aging mini farms into awesome horse properties. This not only helps re-invigorate our community, but is a great investment opportunity for buyers who need to stay in a low price point purchase. A good mini farm re-hab is a great way for buyers to participate in the growing market as TIEC begins to enhance future values in our area. Visitors have already started coming here from all over the world. Polk county covers about 200 square miles, but in fact has a geographically limited “golden rectangle” area near all the equestrian amenities and the equestrian center itself. Without a doubt we’re going to see demand for nicely renovated properties grow over the next 5 years. Nobody here has started to focus on small horse farm renovation. We’re very excited about it. Imagine making an HGTV show that takes drab outdated houses and makes them new and fabulous. We’re doing that with horse farms.”
For more information, visit CieloRE.com/HorseFarmRenovation or call Lynne Perlmutter at 828-817-2600.