Equestrian property with a panoramic view of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. This is an elegant and efficient horse farm property suited to either commercial or personal use for the horse and animal enthusiast.
South Mountain Farm
Stables, Riding Arena and Grounds
Arena and stables surround turf performance area at South Mountain Farm
Overlooking the performance area
Entrance to Stable
Masterful artisan stonework contributes to the beauty of this amazing building
Exterior Stall Doors
Stone walkway with shed row roof: dutch doors to stalls and hot water wash bay.
Interior Stall Entry
Each roomy stall features open window providing fresh air and a view
Wide aisle-way with asphalt floor and all season water taps for every stall
Center of Stable Aisles
Large multi-use work area with timeless timber frame architecture
Full Length Stable
Timber frame: the warm comfort of wood plus solid elegant structure
Timber Frame Joinery
Structural components individually notched creating unique weight bearing joints secured by oak pegs only
Holds 2000 bales hay or straw plus bulk bin for grain/feed storage
North end of hay loft overlooks Annapolis Valley
Wash Stall and Feed Room
Heated wash stall and utility area for cleaning tack plus feed closet
Knotty pine walls, radiant ceiling heat, full bath and mini kitchen
Indoor Riding Arena
Solid wood walls and the best finely cultivated footing
Breathtaking is the only way to describe the rare panoramic view from this magnificent 52 acre horse farm in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. Perched high on the South Mountain, the property overlooks the valley floor and the North Mountain with a view of Blomidon in the distance. Waking up every day in this idyllic environment would make anyone fret at the thought of ever having to leave home. This is a horse lovers dream come true. The 1990 custom post and beam barn contains 12 stalls, heated wash bay and tack room with full bath. The mow accommodates storage for 2000 bales and a large bulk feed bin. Wide aisles and handling areas facilitate vet and farrier services. Five paddocks and 3 multi-acre turnout pastures have post and rail fencing with two large run-in sheds. A spring-fed pond allows for year-round turnout. Groomed trails around the fields and through the woods provide safe on-property training and pleasure riding. The indoor arena features all wood construction inside and out with ideal footing for year round riding in any weather. The saltbox colonial house welcomes with the comfort and simplicity of country elegance. It is exceptionally well built with double wall construction and solid wood cabinetry, doors, trim and hardwood floors. The grounds are beautifully landscaped; carefully planned all-season gardens, trees of varied species, and large hedge rows all providing privacy and tranquility. Enjoying a glass of wine on the patio overlooking your own 52 acres of paradise would be the end of a perfect day.
Highway 101 to Exit 16, turn south and continue on Victoria Road. When you arrive at the spot where the three roads meet, be sure to take the middle road with the sign for Nicholsville. Turn left on Harmony Road.