Fox's Crossing Farm on the GENTS trail system - Landrum SC

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    The Main Residence at Fox Crossing: the unique residence was assembled in 1987, compiled from two older homes that were moved to the site and reassembled as one.

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    The History of the Residence of Fox Crossing. The main house, actually three pieces of two old houses, was moved to this site in 1987. The “living room house” was the original Campbell homestead built in 1832. It stood across the street next to the large cedar tree in the pasture. It was moved in one piece. The house was originally two stories, however, due to a chimney fire many years ago, the roof was just dropped down to cover the house. The pitch was such that when you went up the steps to the second floor, the stairs went nowhere, the ridge pole was only four feet from the floor. The roof was raised to the original height.  The upstairs bedroom walls are the exterior clapboards turned backwards to make paneling. All the walls are original, as are most of the windows. The “kitchen house” and the “dining room house” were once joined.  The kitchen was two bed rooms attached to the far end of the dining room by a “dog trot.” The house was the Moon homestead in Greer, built in 1854. It was moved in two pieces from Hwy 14 in Greer near the intersection of Hwy 29. 

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    The Foyer: where this picture is take and is the kitchen fireplace, is made from the foundation stones of both houses. The lintel stone was the back doorstep from the “living room house.”

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    Breakfast Room: overlooks the pool and mountains and is an addition to the old structures but is seemlessly added to continue the charm of the conversion from old to new.  French doors and walls of windows allow lots of natural light and great views.

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    The Kitchen: is galley style and very whimsical decoraded with a hand painted hunt scene on the backsplash. Very functional yet fun. Note the eat in counter and seating.

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    The dining room, guest room and kitchen of the residence was the original “Moon House” circa 1854. What is now the kitchen was a bedroom connected by a “dog trot’ to the Moon house. The remainder of the Moon House has been made into the dining room and guest suite.

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    Guest Suite: or second master his its own seperate entry through French doors and lot of windows for natural light. This bedroom is part of the Old Moon family home. Wood wall board panels were originally on the outside of the home and when the Hardi Plank siding was installed they were flipped over and brought inside.  Cira 1854


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    Guest Bath or 2nd Master Bath: Unique, light, warm and fun.

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    Master Suite: is from the Old Campbell family home and has private access from the courtyard, wonderful sitting room, his and her baths/showers, walkin closets and just steps from the laundry.

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    Living Room: from the historic “Campbell House” circa 1832 which was moved from across the street.

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    The decks and pool: are well placed and follow the contours of the home at the rear. The inviting pool and deck area get full sun most of the day so its always warm during season.

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    Views: from the rear of the home are stunning with Hogback Mountian in the distance and Glassy Mountain (Cliffs@ Glassy Mnt devolopment) looming off to the left.  3 board fencing is well maintained.

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    Barn #1 is just steps from the home and offer 6 stalls, hay loft and easy access to the covered arena.

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    Barn #2 with arena is situated away from the main home but just steps from the trainers house.  Another option is that this barn and the guest house could be rented to a professional here for the show season adding income to a great property.

Ron Piccari
Broker / Realtor
828-606-7441 Cell
Asheville MLS # 468489


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Main House

  • MAIN HOUSE:  (Approx. 3,545 square feet)
  • Hardi-Plank Siding
  • Wood floors, walls and ceilings
  • Anderson windows in gathering room and three Bedrooms
  • 3 car detached car port
  • Generator: Serves Kitchen and downstairs Bedroom
  • 2 Gas Hot Water Heaters (one is instant on demand)
  • 3 heat units and 4 zones  (gas heat and electric cooling)
  • Entrance Foyer: 11 x 15 w/stone fireplace (wood)
  • Gathering Room: 20 x 14 w/French doors to deck and pool
  • Living Room: 27 x 17 w/fireplace  (wood)
  • Dinning Room: 25 x 15   w/ fireplace   (gas)
  • Kitchen: 15 x 15
  • Master Bedroom Foyer: 8 x 10
  • Master Bedroom #1 19 x 11  w/12 x 5 sitting area with  His and Hers Baths
  • Master Bedroom #2  14 x 17

  • Bedroom: 14 x 12   on second floor with built-ins and bath

Caretaker/ Trainer Residence

  • 1873 square feet)
  • three bedrooms and two baths,
  • half basement
  • Sentricon Termite System
  • Full wrap around porch

Main Barn

  • 50 x 38   w/14’ Isle
  • 6/12 x 12 Stalls w/mats
  • Wash Rack with hot water
  • Tack Room
  • Fly System
  • Hay Loft

Boarding/L shaped barn

  • 6/12 x 12 Stalls w/mats
  • 3 Pony Stalls w/mats
  • Wash Rack with hot water
  • Fly System
  • Feed Room
  • Large Tack Room
  • Office with Internet connection to Dish and half bath
  • Two Hay Loft

Equestrian Amenities

  • Ring: 150 x 250 with sprinkler system,
  • Viewing Stand, Pavilion
  • Children’s Fenced Play Area
  • Covered Arena:  80 x 150 w/ Viewing Stand
  • Paddocks: 10 Paddocks with frost-free hydrants
  • Pastures: 2 Large Pastures, one with stream, with frost free hydrants
  • Approximately five acres of additional pasture
  • Paddocks with only a perimeter fence at the front of property
  • Additional 3 acres of mature pasture unfenced at rear of property.
  • Five Run-In Sheds configured with three additional stalls


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