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Aikens Only Weekly Real Estate Product

Home Hunter
Sunday, May 13, 2012

An advertising supplement to the Aiken Standard

homes built by R&b ConstRuCtion

Coming soon!
homes on 2+ aCRe lots $ 165,000 - $175,000 Call Robbie goldman 803.522.1904

MLS #76215 $299,000 Call for Price! Call Gail Gingrey 803.644.1724

Country living at its best! Quality new construction, spacious master suite, upgrades galore! 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 2554 SF.

1165 Wire Road

Happy Mothers Day to a Very Special Mom, Vivian Goldman! Thanks for your support!

Beautiful country home on 2.5 acres! Many upgrades, tile, hardwood, sunroom + bonus. 3K allowance towards landscaping. 3 BR, 2 BA, 2300 SF.

239 Aurum Way

MLS #76215 $299,000 Call Gail Gingrey 803.644.1724

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DRIVERS LICENSE Newcomers have 90 days after establishing residency to apply for a drivers license. With a valid out-of-state driver's license, only an eye exam or statement of visual acuity from an eye specialist is required. Military personnel may operate on a valid driver's license from their home state. For Information Call: 1-800-442-1DMV (1-800-442-1368)

DRIVERS LICENSE OFFICES 1755 Richland Ave., Aiken 803-641-7752 1913 Ascauga Lake Road, North Augusta 803-279-6659 TAGS/REGISTRATION
Newcomers have 45 days after establishing residency to purchase South Carolina license tags. To purchase license tags, you will need to fill out Form 400, available from any Division of Motor Vehicles office. Before getting your tag, you will need to pay the property tax on the vehicle at your local tax office. The South Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles handles vehicle tags. Offices are open Mon.- Fri. 8:30am - 5:00pm.

ELECTRICITY Aiken Electric Co-op 803-649-6245 or 1-800-922-1262 Mid-Carolina Electric Co-op 803-749-6400 or 1-888-813-8000 South Carolina Electric & Gas 803-442-2000 or 1-800-251-7234 NATURAL GAS SCE&G Gas Operations 106 Langley Dam Road Aiken, SC 29834 (803) 643-5916 TELEPHONE AT&T Residential 1-888-288-2020 Business 1-866-620-6000 Atlantic Broadband 1-888-301-8649 WATER City of Aiken 803-642-7613 City of North Augusta 803-441-4219 Jackson Water Department 803-471-2229 New Ellenton Public Works Commission 803-652-2862

Aiken Co. Administrative Offices 828 Richland Avenue W. 642-2012 Aiken City Offices 214 Park Avenue, S.W. 642-7654 Jackson Town Offices 106 Main Street 471-2228 New Ellenton City Offices 200 Main Street 652-2214 North Augusta City Offices 400 Buena Vista Ave. E. Municipal Bldg 441-4202 VOTER REGISTRATION Voter Registration Office 916 Vaucluse Road, Aiken 642-2030 TAXES Aiken County Tax Office 642-2081

Aiken Chamber of Commerce 121 Richland Avenue E. 641-1111 Aiken Board of Realtors 648-1891
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Deadlines are every Tuesday at Noon.

Real Estate Sales Rep: Lauren Molony 644-2376 or Kathy Boyette 644-2349. Advertising Director: Dee Taylor

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Shopping for a garden storage shed

Sunday, May 13th 2-4 PM

3091 Chewacla Lane
Equestrian Showcase Home in Three Runs Plantation


Sheds can offer much-needed storage space in a homes backyard.

Storage space is often a coveted commodity. Apartment dwellers seek out more closet space, homeowners may desire more acreage, and even children may want more space for their toys and belongings. The purchase of a storage shed could alleviate some clutter issues and move items outdoors -- creating more space. Household garages are no longer as popular for storing vehicles. Instead, garages are used to store the extra items that do not fit inside the home. Many people even turn to selfstorage units for extra storage space. According to the Self Storage Association, the storage industry earned roughly $20 billion in revenues across North America in 2010. It has also been the fastest-growing segment of the commercial real estate industry for the last 30 years and is considered to be recession-proof. Garden storage sheds present another place where individuals can keep items out of sight but easily accessible. As garages fill up with belongings quite quickly, many homeowners think about a shed purchase to at least keep outdoor lawn and garden essentials in their own place. The process of purchasing a shed is not as simple as finding the least or most expensive type on the market. There are other factors that come into play when selecting a shed. Appearance and design: Although the function of a shed is to store items out of sight, the shed itself will be in full view in a yard. Therefore, plenty of homeowners prefer something that has just as much aesthetic appeal as it does storage capacity. An unsightly shed can affect the overall appearance of a property, or even hurt the sale price for homeowners thinking about putting the home on the market. Its important to select a shed in a price range that also complements the style of he home so it coordinates with other features. Some people choose to have a custom-built shed that can replicate the architectural style of the home and even features the same siding and finishing materials. Size: Sheds come in a variety of sizes, from compact locker-sized sheds to large buildings that may even double as a garden room, pool room or kids playhouse. Homeowners should keep in mind that the size of the shed may have to meet local municipality rules for additions or structural changes to a property. A larger shed may require a permanent flooring material, such as concrete, and may be subject to permit applications and inspections, whereas a smaller shed may not have such stringent requirements. Furthermore, certain towns actually may restrict the size and placement of a shed if it interferes with traffic visibility or impacts a neighbor in a negative way. Siding materials: Sheds are constructed of various exterior materials. Some of the more affordable options are metal or plywood and particle board. However, these materials can be easily compromised by rain and snow. The most maintenance-free materials are vinyl or molded PVC-type plastics. However, these may look like cookie-cutout units and may not have as much visual appeal. Cedar and wood are popular siding choices but wont be maintenance-free. They need upkeep and also tend to be more expensive. But the cost may pay for itself in durability as well as an attractive appearance. Minor enhancements: Touches like decorative architectural features, window boxes, shutters, or even simply planting shrubs and annuals around the shed can make it an integral part of the landscape instead of simply an eyesore. Double doors will ensure large pieces of equipment can fit inside the shed. The addition of a pressure-treated ramp at the entryway provides easy access to the shed as well. Storage sheds can provide much-needed space for homeowners. Certain features as well as cost need to be factored into the decision before purchase. Homeowners should compare chain home improvement stores as well as private retailers to find a shed that is the best fit.

DIRECTIONS: Go South on Whiskey Road, turn Left on White Pond Road (just before you get to New Ellenton). Go to stop sign and turn Right on Three Runs Plantation Drive. Go to the end of Three Runs Plantation Drive and turn right on Hiwassee Run. Turn left on Chewacla Lane. HOUSE IS ON THE LEFT.

This is our newest GREEN home built now in Three Runs Plantation.

This home features an energy efficient Heat Pump (16.85 SEER/2-Stage/3-Zones), Thermoblock Radiant Barrier Sheathing in Attic and extra insulation in ceiling and walls.

Call for a FREE Homebuilding DVD.


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Your new address could be close by

Home Hunter

The Aiken Standard is pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtain housing. All real estate advertising in the Aiken Standard is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discriminations. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate that is in violation of the law.

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Immaculte & charming. Great southside location. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath ranch. Amenities include cathedral ceiling, hardwood floors, formal dining room and screened porch overlooking pretty backyard.

2123 Lavender Lane

$167,900 R77929

A one of a kind downtown location. Beautiful setting overlooking Fairway #10 of Aiken Golf Club. Huge tiled patio, situated in a private park like setting surrounded by lush landscaping. 3 BRs, 2 BAs approx. 2228 sq. ft. A must see!!

1489 Forest Hill Drive, SW

$239,900 R77798

Custom built home in beautiful setting situated on private cul-de-sac. Very open floor plan with lots of h/w floors, new carpet/paint. 3 BRs, 2 BAs plus large bonus. Wonderful sunporch/deck overlooking wooded lot with flowing stream.

147 Golden Pond Court

Wonderful family home with large wooded yard on cul-de-sac 6 BRs, 3.5 BAs (master down) open floor plan with lots of storage & upgrades thru-out.

3162 Chamomile Court

$204,900 R77836

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Custom single level home with spectacular views overlooking 10th green on the Nicklaus Course. Outstanding details with upgrades and extras thru-out, 3 BRs, 3 full, 1 half BA, office/4th BR. Fabulous gourmet kitchen, large tiled sunroom, screened porch & patio. 3-car garage. Better than new. A must see!

170 Foxhound Run

$544,000 R69190

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Gorgeous custom designed immaculate home w/panoramic views of Jones course #14. Chefs kitchen w/cherry cabinets, 1st floor master suite, 4 BRs, 3.5 BAs, circular staircase leading to upper level entertaining deck, 3-car garage.

225 Magnolia Lake Road

$699,900 R77449

Beautiful grounds surround this impressive 5000 sq. ft. home just steps away from the entrance to Hitchcock Woods adjoining nearly 2,000 acres of riding trails. Large spacious rooms, a gourmet kitchen, sunroom, den and playroom are just a few of the many amenities offered. 4BRs and 3.5BAs situated on 2+ acres.

1522 Citation Drive

Close in. Brick ranch with 3 BR, 2.5 BA. Spacious rooms. Separate guest cottage plus RV/workshop bldg. 10 acres with shady pecan grove and 58 producing trees.

4568 Whiskey Road


$450,000 R58992

Desirable southside neighborhood. Beautiful private yard with large deck overlooking gunite pool. Large sunny rooms w/3BRs, 2.5 BAs plus huge bonus/4th BR. Enjoy summer in your own backyard!

121 Cheltenham Drive

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Prime location. Charming historic cottage with 3BRs, 2BAs. Updated and in move-in condition with all new kitchen. Covered porch overlooks pretty backyard. Walk to town. Motivated Seller!!

817 Colleton Ave.

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Unique home situated on Dogwood course in desirable established neighborhood. Largespacious rooms with 3 BR, 2BA. Deck &screened porch with hot tub overlooks course. Wondersul stone wall fireplace in LR. New HVAC..

140 Cherry Hills Drive

$244,900 R74297

Unique Estate! Spacious 6 BR home situated on over 11 acres of outstanding grounds. Amenities include pool, glass atrium, sunroom plus 1 acre fenced pasture for your horses. Perfect for large family or entertaining at its best.

653 Partridge Bend Road

Low Upkeep. 2 BR, 2 BA townhome in mint condition with FP & beautiful dcor. Wonderful private setting with large fenced courtyard. A must see!!

342 Southbank

$785,000 R75902

$122,900 R76565

Perfect family home. 4 BR, 2.5 BA brick ranch in desirable neighborhood. Approx. 2360 sq. ft. all new updates including new kitchen, paint and vinyl clad windows. Sunroom overlooks large fully fenced yard. Workshop w/power stays.

1918 Huckleberry Drive

Approximately 6 Acres. 4 1/2 acres cleared at back. Suitable for small farm or country home.

$43,500 L69732
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Unrestricted. Approximately 3.2 acres. Level with approx. 183 Ft. of road frontage. Very long and flat. Owner will subdivide (will sell 1 1/2 acres for $9,900)

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Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling. 3 BR, 2 BA ranch in good condition with new updates. Stone patio overlooks large shady fenced backyard. New storage bldg. stays.

9 Lander Lane

$124,900 R77149

3 BR, 1 BA bungalow situated on approx. 1.81 acres. New HVAC. Separate workshop w/elect. & concrete floor. 2nd access to land on New Bridge Rd. Addnl well & septic w/concrete slab for possible mobile home. Bring your horses!

253 Crooked Creek Road

$97,900 R77785

Southwood Subdivision2-story brick home situated on large corner lot. Great floor plan with new carpet, upgrades & freshly painted interior. 3 BR, 2.5 BA plus large bonus. 14x10 screened porch and freshly painted deck.

1830 Partridge Drive

$189,900 R77389

Quality townhome in pristine condition. Vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchen & master down. Huge unfinished bonus. Open plan with wonderful views of private outdoor gardens & overlooking wooded area.

140 Amberly Circle

Approximately 9.5 acres with lots of hardwoods and mostly fenced. Wonderful for homesite or farm.

$89,900 L75490

$299,900 R74828


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Improve indoor lighting and mood

Want to improve your mood, productivity and general well-being? Consider turning on a light. The psychological effects of lighting have long been a subject of study. It has been documented that the intensity and quality of light can impact the psychological and physiological well-being of a person, affecting daily mood. The Mayo Clinic says that a lack of adequate lighting can make people feel depressed. Thats because light deprivation can affect the production of the hormone melatonin, leading to physiological imbalances. An abundance of light can get bodily systems back in check and also may be an alternative therapy for common emotional issues. Lighting is such an important factor in mood that even stores and businesses study the impact certain lighting can have on people and their impression of a space. In fact, lighting design is an art and a science. Lighting designers must have an understanding of the visual quality users of a space need for their health, safety and enjoyment. The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America lists the basic body of knowledge on lighting in the IESNA Handbook. It includes summaries of recommended practices based on research and consensus of successful lighting for specific applications. But individuals dont need an extensive knowledge of lighting principles to improve their own interior lighting situations. Instead, a cursory understanding of what works can do the trick. Here are some things to consider. * People are attracted to light. If lighting is necessary for safety, brighter illumination will guide the way. * Brightness focuses personal attention on a particular object or area. * To create a more pleasant atmosphere, use wall lighting instead of overhead lighting in a space. * In public spaces or areas where individuals need to be alert, overhead lighting is the best option. * Dim lighting is best for rooms in which relaxation is desired. That is why table lamps are often used with a shade to diffuse the light. * Homes typically need a combination of lighting sources. An overhead light paired

with ambient light and task lighting can help most people get things done. * According to light bulb manufacturer Sylvania, think in terms of layering light. Light sources should be placed at different heights throughout a room to supply adequate illumination as well as visual interest. * For those who want to boost mood, consider full-spectrum light bulbs that mimic the spectrum of outdoor light. * Another easy remedy (during the day) is to simply let more outdoor light in. Keep blinds open wide, especially those that face west and south. Bedrooms with windows facing the east may help people rise with the sun. Skylights can help light shine indoors when the sun is directly overhead. There are also sun tubes that help direct sunlight into rooms under an attic where traditional skylights cannot be installed. Remember, bright light can energize a person, so it is important to wind down from a long day by dimming the lights and preparing for sleep in the evening. Individuals often take light for granted and only realize something is off kilter when their homes are not adequately lit. There are different ways to remedy inadequate lighting situations. Speaking with a lighting designer may help.

To Advertise Your Open House, Contact Lauren Molony 803-644-2376

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Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Agent

1. Education & Experience
You dont need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person.2 For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? Were all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.

7. Negotiation Skills & Confidentiality

Top producing agents negotiate well because, unlike most buyers and sellers, they can remove themselves from the emotional aspects of the transaction and because they are skilled. Its part of their job description. Good agents are not messengers, delivering buyers offers to sellers and vice versa. They are professionals who are trained to present their clients case in the best light and agree to hold client information confidential from competing interests. One-page deposit receipts were prevalent in the early 1970s. Todays purchase agreements6 run 10 pages or more. That does not include the federal- and statemandated disclosures nor disclosures dictated by local custom. Most real estate files average thicknesses from one to three inches of paper. One tiny mistake or omission could land you in court or cost you thousands. In some states, lawyers handle the disclosures, thank goodness! Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt. For example, taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, doc stamps or transfer tax can fall months behind and mix up invoices, but one call to your agent can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good agents stand by ready to assist. Worthy and honest agents dont leave you in the dust to fend for yourself. The basis for an agents success and continued career in real estate is referrals. Few agents would survive if their livelihood was dependent on consistently drumming up new business. This emphasis gives agents strong incentives to make certain clients are happy and satisfied. It also means that an agent who stays in the business will be there for you when you need to hire an agent again. Many will periodically mail market updates to you to keep you informed and to stay in touch.

2. Agents are Buffers

Agents take the spam out of your property showings and visits. If youre a buyer of new homes, your agent will whip out her sword and keep the builders agents at bay, preventing them from biting or nipping at your heels. If youre a seller, your agent will filter all those phone calls that lead to nowhere from lookie loos3 and try to induce serious buyers to immediately write an offer.

8. Handling Volumes of Paperwork

3. Neighborhood Knowledge

Agents either possess intimate knowledge or they know where to find the industry buzz about your neighborhood. They can identify comparable sales and hand these facts to you, in addition to pointing you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics. For example, you may know that a home down the street was on the market for $350,000, but an agent will know it had upgrades and sold at $285,000 after 65 days on the market and after twice falling out of escrow.

9. Answer Questions After Closing

4. Price Guidance

Contrary to what some people believe, agents do not select prices for sellers or buyers. However, an agent will help to guide clients4 to make the right choices for themselves. If a listing is at 7%, for example, an agent has a 7% vested interest in the sale, but the client has a 93% interest. Selling agents will ask buyers to weigh all the data supplied to them and to choose a price. Then based on market supply, demand and the conditions, the agent will devise a negotiation strategy.

10. Develop Relationships for Future Business

5. Market Conditions Information

Real estate agents can disclose market conditions, which will govern your selling or buying process. Many factors determine how you will proceed. Data such as the average per square foot cost of similar homes, median and average sales prices, average days on market5 and ratios of list-to-sold prices, among other criteria, will have a huge bearing on what you ultimately decide to do.

6. Professional Networking

Real estate agents network with other professionals, many of whom provide services that you will need to buy or sell. Due to legal liability, many agents will hesitate to recommend a certain individual or company over another, but they do know which vendors have a reputation for efficiency, competency and competitive pricing. Agents can, however, give you a list of references with whom they have worked and provide background information to help you make a wise selection.

Sandy Anthony A Home any Mother will Love! Call Sandy Anthony to see!

165 Beaver Cove Come home to this immaculate 3 BR, 2.5 BA two story with bonus room, large deck, two front porches, and 2 garages on a private wooded 1.47 acre lot. All appliances remain. Listed at $278,000 MLS 77342

Sandy Anthony (803) 648-3341


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Nine ways to improve indoor air


3090 Chewacla Lane

In April 2012, a wildfire broke out in a compost pile in an area on Staten Island, NY, that formerly housed the Fresh Kills Landfill. Residents across the island worried if the billowing smoke rising into the sky was toxic in nature as a result of the years of trash that had been buried in the soil. Though its understandable to worry about contaminants that could be polluting outdoor air, its important not to overlook indoor air quality as well. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, air inside peoples homes can be two to five times more polluted than air outside the home. Although the EPA regulates the quality of outdoor air and monitors potential contaminants, the air inside ones home is his or her own domain. Oftentimes, people do not realize how polluted the air in their homes and businesses can be. Cigarette smoke, radon, carbon monoxide, lead-laden dust from old paints, dirtfilled carpet, household cleaners, and furniture made with wood glue containing formaldehyde are all sources of indoor air pollution. Even cooking on a gas stove may introduce high levels of nitrogen dioxide into the air, causing respiratory problems. The National Safety Council says that Americans spend about 90 percent of their time indoors, so poor air quality can greatly affect personal health. There are several steps that can be taken to improve the quality of indoor air. 1. Open the windows and let fresh air circulate. It is important to change the air inside of the home several times a day to prevent the buildup of pollutants. Even opening windows a crack can help. 2. Change the filters on home heating and cooling systems as the manufacturer suggests. 3. Routinely clean the exhaust vents in kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms. 4. Consider the installation of an air purification system in the home. Or purchase in-room HEPA filters. 5. Routinely clean bedding used by pets and groom animals to remove shedded fur. 6. Avoid the use of toxic cleaning products. Thoroughly cleanse the air by opening windows after doing any cleaning. 7. Use natural pest control procedures inside when possible. 8. Introduce more plants to the home, which naturally filter air. 9. Use detectors to test for radon and carbon monoxide in the home. If there are high levels present, go outside and investigate ways to identify the problem and remedy the situation.

Showcase home in Three Runs Plantation Great Equestrian Community Staged by Nandina 3 Bedroom /3Bath, 2908 square feet
Features: Open Floor Plan Large kitchen with walk in pantry 3 car garage Upgraded trim package Custom cabinets with granite tops throughout Quiet cul-de-sac Enter Three Runs Plantation Development Take Three Runs Plantation drive to the end Turn right First left onto Chewacla Lane Home is down the street on the right

Directions: 803-648-1711


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Gail Gingrey presents


265 South Bank Drive

Expect To Be Impressed.
with this positively charming 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home. New countertops, gleaming hardwood floors, under cabinet lighting, ceramic tile and spacious rooms. Kitchen with custom cabinets & stainless steel appliances. A lovely formal dining area & family room that has surround sound wired in for those special occasions. A bonus room or 4th bedroom with half bath. Seamless gutters offers effective drain off. Screened Porch with wired in weatherproof speakers, great for entertaining and patio overlooks meticulously manicured fenced in backyard.

Seller to offer $5,000 toward Buyers Closing Cost.

Priced at $199,900 mls#74578


contact your local Realtor

Doug Haley Sr. Mortgage Loan Officer NMLS ID: 609887 803.644.3013

Angie Webber Mortgage Loan Officer NMLS ID: 628763 803.644.3012


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Houndslakes favorite villa floor plan, The Mashie with spacious rooms & a large double garage. All appliances remain and a one year home warranty is included with purchase. Numerous upgrades include a lovely, marble walk-in shower, jetted tub, new kitchen & den flooring. This villa is located on a quiet cul de sac with a long, pretty view of Houndslake Country Clubs Dogwood #4.


FINE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Debbi Fine, Property Manager

(803) 643-0104 Fax (803)649-1701

Great Rentals-Call me today to see!

This lovely Kalmia home is situated in heavily landscaped surroundings w/fenced back yard. Home offers 3BR, 2BA. Hardwood floors throughout. Open living, dining, kitchen area. Carport. Pet considered w/deposit. $1000.


Cozy little 3 bedroom, 1 bath home near the horse district, shopping & ODell Weeks Park. Pet considered with pet deposit, Non-smoking home. $625.


Charming small studio apartment w/approx. 400 sq. ft. of living space which is carpeted. Main living area serves as both a bedroom & living room. Kitchen includes stove & fridge. Mint condition! Landscaping included in rent of $400. Pet considered.


Easy maintenance in this lovely 3BR Woodside home w/spacious living areas. Lg. eat-in kitchen, W&D in laundry rm. FDR, greatroom, sunroom w/FP, screened porch. Split BR plan. Fenced in yard. Pet considered. Available immediately. View now. $1250


Well maintained tri-level home w/3BR, 1BAon top flr; LR DR & updated kitchen on main flr w/ ceramic counters. FRM, BR, bath & laundry on bottom flr. Hwd flrs on top two flrs. Deck, 1 car garage. Great location walk to park & shopping. Pet considered.Available now. Call for appt to see. $1200.


Northside of Aiken. 3BR, 1BA home with LR/DR combination. Kitchen has stove & fridge. W&D hookups. Front screened porch and carport. Pet considered with pet deposit. $600


Grand 3BR, 2 BA home above barn situated on 5 acres. Gorgeous views from every window overlooking polo field. Roomy center isle barn with 9 spacious lighted stalls, tack area and turn out pasture. Rental is all inclusive (power $250 cap), linens pots/pans, dishes & gas grill. $3,700


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Five Cedars Farm Hidden oasis on 94 acres in Aikens desirable east side equestrian corridor. Stunning one level custom residence encompasses more than 3000 square feet overlooking a 75 foot solar heated, salt water pool and rolling grass meadow beyond. High ceilings and window walls enhance the open floor plan featuring gourmet kitchen with granite counters, living room with fireplace, den, craft room, office, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Property includes adjoining Field House Farm, with 3-bedroom brick cottage, new 4-stall barn, 3 large pastures and pool (also available separately at $369,900). Call Courtney Conger or Randy Wolcott $1,799,000

Harmony Hill Stables Modern day farmhouse on 28 acres minutes from downtown Aiken. Centered around entertaining, the breezeway entrance invites you to dine al fresco, overlooking the heated, gunite pool and the paddocks beyond. Inside find open living spaces, and intimate retreats. There are 3 bedrooms, each with fireplace and en suite bath. Top end details too numerous to mention! Property includes a 4-stall stable, chicken coop, equipment/storage building, fenced pastures, perimeter walking/riding trail and gated entry. Harmony Hill may be seen by appointment only with the listing agent. Call Mike Hosang at 270.6358 $895,000





Commercial Cottage Terrific Richland Avenue location for this professional office property! Includes 4 office spaces, large breakroom, handicapped accessible ramp and bath, unfinished bonus space upstairs and ample off street parking. Call Randy Wolcott at 803.507.1142 $190,000 $155,000

235 Acres Timber lands ideal for recreation or investment! Professionally managed, the park-like tract includes about 6 acres of open meadows and beautiful 14-acre pond. Call Courtney Conger at 645.3308 or Randy Wolcott at 507.1142. $885,500

Cedar Creek Farm Turn-key horse farm on 75 acres bordering Cedar Creek has 2-story cedar sided cottage with 3 bedrooms and screened porch. Center aisle 12-stall barn with office, wonderful scenic pond with dock and 4 fenced paddocks with run-in sheds. Call Lisa Hosang at 270.8020 $895,000

Kensington Townhomes Stand alone 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhome is handicapped accessible and maintenance free! Beautiful upgrades throughout include hardwood and tile floors, jetted tub & roll-in shower, tankless water heater, and fresh paint. Don't miss the putting green in the back yard! Call Mike Hosang at 803.270.6358 $184,500

Windsor Acreage Level, lightly wooded parcel with 204 acres in Windsor. Paved road leads to property, located near several horse farms. Well priced at just $2,750 per acre. Call Mike Hosang at 270.6358
dence with sunny, open floor plan and over 4,000 square feet of elegant, comfortable living space centers 15 acres of board fenced pastures and woods in Highway 302 horse country. Shed row stable has 4 stalls, 2 run-in sheds. Call Courtney Conger at 803.645.3308 $595,000

River Ridge Farm

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Cleora Murray This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features brick fireplace, hardwood floors, formal dining, breakfast area, attached garage. Separate garage/rec space has additional 1600 square feet! Room for RV, large rec area, kitchen, half bath, sitting area, separate room with hot tub and shower. Call Mike Hosang $225,000 Spring Acres Nearly 100 private and secluded acres! Total of 98.22 acres with about 10 acres cleared. Panoramic views, home site overlooks sparkling 2-acre spring fed pond. Mobile home on site. Call Suzan McHugh at 292.8525 $299,900

Steeplechase Equestrian Terrific value convenient to both Aiken and Augusta! 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home with high ceilings, wood floors and open, split-bedroom floor plan on 2.01 acre lot. Call Mike Hosang at 270.8020 $248,000

historic Ridge Spring is this 55 acre orchard of producing Gloria Grand pecan trees, with irrigation systems, tractor and equipment shed and processing building. Call Courtney Conger at 645.3308 or Randy Wolcott at 507.1142 $302,500

Palmetto Pecan Orchard . Located near

grassy pastures and gently rolling woods, near equestrian venues for every discipline on New Bridge Road. Call Mike Hosang at 270.6358 $249,000

Horse Property

. Over 27 acres of level,

Dolan Cottage History & horses combine in this newly renovated cottage just steps from Hitchcock Woods. Once a carriage house, the shingled residence features marvelous master suite, hardwood floors, updated kitchen and fireplaces inside and on outside terrace. Includes Hardiplank garage and 2-stall stable with paddocks on 1.63 acres. Call Courtney Conger or Lisa Hosang $698,500

Wagener Just in time for your finishing touches! Enjoy the peaceful country setting for this unfinished 2,618 square foot home on 4 cleared acres. Roof, walls, windows and doors are in, most interior walls are framed. Call Samantha Grove at 803.443.1513 $117,000