Pleasant Brook Farm
Hardeeville, Jasper County, South Carolina
Welcome to Pleasant Brook Farm, centrally located to some of the finest coastal towns in the Southeast. This equestrian facility is expediently accessed from Exit 5 at Interstate I-95 in well under 10 minutes, 20 minutes from Historic Savannah, Georgia Palmetto Bluff and Bluffton, South Carolina.
Pleasant Brook is one of the Southeast's finest regional training facilities. Just a short drive from Highway 17 and just 2 minutes from the black top at the end of Honeysucker road, the arrival to Pleasant Brook is sure to delight those with a healthy appreciation for open space, farm life and impeccable maintenance. The facility is situated in the center of 45 acres and consists of 2 barns totaling over 17,400 square feet connected by clean concrete walkways each with 20 12 x 12 stalls with 10 on each wing. This multi purpose training facility has an abundance of fenced turn out, 2 regulation show size uncovered arenas with natural footing, one lighted and an elevated/covered spectator podium in between.A facility of this size, quality and proximity is a rare offering to say the least and offers ample opportunity for creative streams of revenue. Currently operating as a top notch equine training and boarding facility as the main source of income, the possibilities for additional revenue sources are numerous.
Barn #1 A welcoming and wonderfully verdant patio is the greeting space upon entry into this incredibly well maintained facility. On either side of the patio there is easy access to the front office, generous kitchen area and a tastefully appointed 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment complete with a kitchenette. In the center of each barn there are several tack rooms, laundry facilities, wash down areas and 2 full bathrooms complete with showers. Connecting the 2 barns is a concrete walkway and 2 long grass runs that can be used for raising chickens or a garden.
Barn #2 Multiple Tack or storage rooms, equipment storage feed room and 4 hot and cold wash down areas in the back easily accessed by the Ferrier for equine care.
There are 16 fenced paddocks and one fenced pond that surround the barn facility offering plenty of turn out and a generous tree canopy for summertime reprieve. The current stewards for this facility have gone to great lengths to improve the pasture drainage and roads. A wetland conveniently borders the northern end of the property providing a vast area for the water to run from the naturally sloping topography of the land.
Apart from the training facilities, there is also a trail system throughout the property for those that want to get out and take a leisurely stroll and exercise.
If you are in the market for an equestrian facility, look no further. Pleasant Brook Farm has the distinction of being centrally located to the regions equestrian community just 8 minutes off of the I-95 corridor, this location has proven to be a huge benefit to weary North and Southbound travelers. Additionally, 15 minutes to Bluffton, Palmetto Bluff and Savannah, 30 minutes from Beaufort and Charleston in just under 2 hours.
Development over the last few years has made its way to Jasper County as southern Beaufort County has grown up to its border. Already there are at least 30+ projects underway and many more in conceptual phase for the town of Hardeeville and the surrounding southern portion of the county. There is a high demand for housing not only for Beaufort County and Savannah areas, but the future jobs supporting the industrial and commercial development along the I-95/Highway 17 corridors will only increase this demand which makes this property an attractive acquisition for a future developer.
Along with the increased development, the demand for unique indoor/outdoor event venues has also seen a sharp uptick. Pleasant Brook is the ideal setting for a destination venue offering both ample outdoor space and over 17,000 square feet under roof. This ensures that any event will never be in jeopardy of cancellation due to inclement weather and last minute tent rentals.
Catherine Harrison Cobb
, Adventure Brokers Southeast