|Ad Type:||For Sale|
|Lot Size:||8,500 square feet|
|Country:||United States of America|
|Location:||Aiken, SC 29801|
Kellsboro House, 726, Grace Avenue, Aiken, SC, 29801, Considered one of Aiken's most important Winter Colony Estates, this marvelous Georgian residence was built in 1927 and sold not long thereafter to F. Ambrose Clark of Westbury, Long Island and Cooperstown, New York. Mr. Clark named his new home "Kellsboro House" in honor of Mrs. Clark's famous steeplechaser, Kellsboro Jack, winner of the 1933 Grand National. Encompassing 8,500 square feet, the main residence has been carefully restored to preserve the integrity of the original structure along with modern amenities. In addition, there is a beautiful stable with eight stalls, tack and feed rooms, half bath, two wash stalls and renovated upstairs apartment. A separate carriage house contains a two story apartment and three stalls currently used for storage. 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. "Kellsboro House" is offered exclusively by the Carolina Company and may be seen by appointment only with the listing agent. Price and detailed information upon request.