Aiken, SC’s Historic c.1927 Kellsboro House Reduced to $2.3M, Prev. $3.5M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Aiken, SC’s Historic c.1927 Kellsboro House Reduced to $2.3M, Prev. $3.5M

726 Grace Avenue SE, Aiken, South Carolina, United States, 29801

A rare opportunity to acquire a masterfully restored and maintained 7.62 acre equestrian estate in the heart of the Historic Horse District of Aiken, South Carolina. Reduced to $2,395,000, this historic c.1927 property offers plenty of privacy while being just minutes from downtown Aiken. Kellsboro House, named after the famed steeplechase horse Kellsboro Jack, was designed in c.1927 by Scroggs & Ewing Architects of Augusta, Georgia and was once owned by F. Ambrose Clark. Encompassing 8,500 square feet, the main residence has been carefully restored to preserve the integrity of the original structure along with modern amenities. The main house includes 6 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms. There is an additional 2,200 square feet in the stables & barn, an 800 square foot groomsman’s apartment and 1,382 square foot carriage house. All buildings are brick construction with slate roofs. Magnificent old live oaks and magnolias shade the sweeping lawns and five grass paddocks on over seven acres with access by dirt roads to race tracks, polo fields and the Hitchcock Woods. The property was previously on the market for $3,500,000 and can be yours today for $2,395,000 with Sotheby’s International Realty.