Tryon Equestrian Farms is located near Tryon, North Carolina, an internationally renowned epicenter for equestrian life. It’s not situated within a big city by design, but Tryon isn’t exactly a remote outpost that requires three flights and a long-haul drive to find. In fact, it’s near several airports and merely:
A pleasant three-hour drive from Atlanta, GA (ATL)
About an hour-and-a-half from the Charlotte, NC metropolis (CLT)
Fifty minutes up into the mountains from Greenville, SC (GVL)
About a half hour by car from Western North Carolina’s hub, Asheville (AVL)
The location is by design. Once you arrive, you’re greeted by the serenity of a rural community with open countryside that’s at once secluded and easily accessible by car and airplane, thanks to the nearby airports. And if you find yourself in a new luxury home in Mill Spring at Tryon Equestrian Farms, you’re close to the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) to take advantage of its year-round activities.
WHY LIVE IN MILL SPRING, NC?
Less than 10 minutes from the TIEC, Mill Spring provides a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of even the most exclusive equestrian country clubs. With home sites starting at five acres, you can build a luxurious country cottage with everything you need, including space for a barn for your horses. Give yourself room to breathe, with enough space left for pastureland and a buffer from your horse-loving neighbors.
Despite its feeling of isolation, Mill Spring lies near the big city amenities when you want to get out. Fine dining, shopping, music, the arts and nightlife all lie within an easy drive. Travel to:
Asheville, a bustling mountain city with a plethora of breweries, music venues, fine restaurants, theaters, rooftop views and unusual entertainment, such as comedy bus tours, ziplining and all kinds of festivals.
Hendersonville, a mountain town with the Number One Main Street in the state. Its Historic Downtown hosts the NC Apple Festival. And you’ll find numerous boutiques and alternative dining options on and off its main thoroughfare.
Saluda, a small town on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, boasts water adventures like white-water rafting, tubing and waterfalls, while the quaint downtown will charm its way into your heart.
SO FAR AND YET, SO NEAR
Stepping from your home in Tryon Equestrian Farms, you’d swear you’re nowhere near civilization. The cool, clean air beckons you outside. The beautiful mountain scenery delights your senses. Your horses run and play nearby. While you can stay for as long as you want, Mill Spring is actually a short drive from the highway to an airport or to South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. Come to kick back in style.
Room for You and Your Horses
At the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Tryon Equestrian Farms provides large lots to build on. The design guidelines enable you to personalize your luxury home to suit your needs. This is your escape from the city heat and the pressures of city life. Your horses have the space they need, and you have access to mountain trails. And your new home is so close to the TIEC, where you can get everything you need to support your chosen lifestyle.