The Hitchcock Stables: 23 Stall Barn, 2 Carriage Sheds,1300 sq. ft Bunkhouse /Office, and 8 paddocks on 8.67 sequestered acres adjacent to Aiken's famous 2100-acre Hitchcock Woods, one of the nation's largest urban forests. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock, illustrious founders of Aiken's Winter Colony, built the stables, in the early 1900s to accommodate their horses for polo, fox-hunting, steeple chasing, and carriage driving. The seller's father, an international sportsman, Pete Bostwick, purchased the property in the 1950s and connected the 2 shed row barns providing a covered perimeter track for the horses to walk around during poor weather. There are several ideal sites to build a spacious private residence or you may convert an existing structure to suit.
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