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Located just 20 minutes from the historic town of Beaufort, South Carolina, lies Camelot Farms, a 58.18+/- acre equestrian estate with a private trail from the property to the beachfront. This is a true horse lover's utopia; it is ready to step in and enjoy and has an idyllic location just steps from the Atlantic waterfront. Camelot Farms features every amenity imaginable for the equestrian lover.The property could be enjoyed as a private equestrian estate or operated as a business (2021 revenue stream generated $452,000) or both. This is a rare opportunity on a property of this caliber, with this much acreage in this location and access to the beach. "One word comes to mind when thinking of Camelot Farms, idyllic. From beachfront horseback rides and coastal marsh views to the charming town of Beaufort, South Carolina." - Lori Bembry WeldonThis gorgeous property is nestled down a quiet Palmetto Palm-lined drive that transitions into a canopy oak-covered lane as it makes it way to the main barn and riding facilies. "The quaint town of Beaufort is dripping in southern hospitality - named 'America's Best Small Town' by Southern Living Magazine," there could not be a better place to live." - Lori Bembry WeldonEQUESTRIAN AMENITIES:BEACH TRAIL RIDESEnjoy the coastal charm of South Carolina with dreamy beach trail rides. The property is ideally positioned less than 4/10ths of a mile from the ocean and tidal creeks on the marsh. Explore the many trails on-site and end up at the beach to allow the horses to cool off in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It is incredibly rare to find a property of this caliber, so incredibly close to the coast. "This is one of the only places in America where you can be riding a horse on the beach in minutes." -Lori Bembry WeldonTHE MAIN BARNA palm and oak canopy-covered lane lead the way to the immaculate Morton custom horse barn. An equestrian lover's dream, this barn spares no detail. Finished in stained oak on the interior with stained glass windows at either end of the barn's entrances, one can't help but be mesmerized by the level of craftsmanship this barn displays. There are 14 (12X12) matted stalls with Nelson automatic water fountains and custom feeders, each stall has its own individual fan to keep the horses cool on warm South Carolina days. Each stall is outfitted with an automatic fly spray system and screen windows to keep flies at a minimum. A 14 ft center aisle with soft custom-designed rubber tile covering leads to a heated wash station near the center of the barn where an oversized fan and swinging hose holder make bathing as seamless as possible. To ensure your equines' safety, a state-of-the-art $165K sprinkler system was installed with auto night lights should the property ever lose power. As you enter the barn, there is a guest restroom and designated space to store riding equipment and tack with two cold water fountains to complete the lounge area. An automatic lawn sprinkler system surrounds the grounds of the main barn to keep the landscaping and grass lush and green.ADDITIONAL EQUESTRIAN AMENITIESCamelot Farms features every amenity imaginable for the equestrian lover, including, but not limited to: a fully covered, lighted riding arena with a ventilated observation pergola; a 6-stall receiving barn with tack area; a full-size Dressage Arena; a 300 X 500 ft jump arena complete with training obstacles; a 125 x 200 flat work arena; a 4-horse hot walker with remote; two 60 ft round pens; a Clinton Anderson Patience Pole and two large cross tie areas with concrete footing to tack and bath up to 15 horses; a feed and storage barn; a pole barn for storing hay, equipment and horse trailers, a 2,600 sq ft barn office with lounge area, tack storage, kitchen and restroom; and finally, 28 one-acre cross-fenced pastures for horses to roam freely."This is the perfect setting for the multi-generational family to come and gather. The whole family - kids, grandkids, and so on - can ride along the beach together, go fishing, boating, or just enjoy nature. With the additional home and camping options, there's plenty of space for everyone to come and enjoy." - Lori Bembry WeldonOTHER IMPROVEMENTS (RV AND TENT CAMPING):If camping is your love, bring your RV and set up camp at one of the six RV Campground slots complete with water, electricity, a bathhouse, and corral panels for your equine friends. There is a dump station close by to make your stay convenient. While you camp, wet a line and fish in one of the two stocked ponds on the property. Riders and campers alike both enjoy wrapping up their days with a little fishing.There is also a 3BR/ 2BA home on the property called the "Saddle Pad" (which is currently rented through VRBO). The Saddle pad has plenty of room for your boat or horse trailer parking and a paddock is located beside the house for guest horses. The new owner could use this home for their guests or family or could generate income by continuing to rent it on VRBO.AREA ACTIVITIES AND DINING OPTIONSThere is always something to do while visiting Camelot Farms, Little Horse Island with its wild miniature horses roaming the beach is a short drive from the property. Camelot Farms is also located close to Hunting Island State Park, a popular tourist spot with miles of Atlantic coastline to enjoy. The destination is also home to Jonathan the Tortoise, believed to be the world's oldest land resident. If you are not up to cooking an evening meal, the historic town of Beaufort, SC is a short 20 minutes away. Enjoy live music and a fantastic dinner overlooking the Beaufort River or for those that like to cook, Gay Seafood is just down the road to take home and prepare the fresh catch of the day! Great seafood is served up year-round at JCT's which is just a couple of miles away from Camelot Farms. In season, The Shrimp Shack is the place to go for local delights, such as the shrimp burger.BOATING AND FISHINGFor the adventurer, try your luck at the many local fishing spots along the creeks, rivers and low country coastline. Multiple marinas are in the area for those that like to get out on the water for boating and fishing.INCOME POTENTIALThe property could be enjoyed as a private, equestrian estate or it could be operated as a Business (Beach Trail Rides, Boarding, Lessons, RV campground rentals, or rent the guest house on VRBO). Currently, the owner enjoys the property and also operates a business on site including trail rides, riding lessons, indoor/outdoor boarding, (6x) 30 amp RV sites - Max 44 ft. plus a truck. Each RV site includes a corral and access to dump station. There are 2 rental opportunities on site. The revenue generated from all sources in 2021 totals $452,443.80. A breakdown is included. Camelot Farms is that rare property where the new owner buyer, most likely an equine lover, has the potential to carry on a lucrative turnkey equine business, should the new landowner wish. For those looking to purchase as an equestrian estate for pure enjoyment; it provides a peaceful setting to live onsite with your horses and soak up the sunny days along the South Carolina coast.LOCATIONCamelot Farms is located just one hour and 40 minutes from Charleston, SC; one hour to Savannah, Ga; 50 minutes to Hilton Head Island, SC and a short 20 minutes to historic Beaufort, SC. The Private Executive Airport Located in Beaufort, SC; is the perfect choice for private aircrafts and either the Regional Airport in Hilton Head Island, SC, or the International Airports in Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC are great choices for commercial flights.Camelot Farms is that rare property where the buyer, most likely an equine lover, has the potential to carry on a lucrative turnkey equine business, should the new landowner wish. For those looking to purchase as an equestrian estate for pure enjoyment; it provides a peaceful setting to live onsite with your horses and soak up the sunny days along the South Carolina coast.**Please contact the broker to inquire about multiple streams of income producing revenue.