Hoke County is growing in popularity not only for attractive real estate, but also for equestrian properties. Close to Southern Pines, but within easy access to Fayetteville, you'll love the wide open spaces and the great prices that Hoke County offers.
Recent developments within the area include:
White Oak Farms
A unique 370 acre community offering the peace and beauty of the countryside, where the common bond between all is the love of the land! Homeowners here care about open space and land conservation while still enjoying the rolling pastures, meadows, woods and ponds.
Five Points Horse Park
Located on 250 acres of beautiful land, approximately 12 miles south of Southern Pines. It includes facilities to accommodate five major equestrian sports: three-day eventing, combined driving, steeplechase, hunter/jumper and dressage. There are wonderful flat fields, perfect for show jumping and dressage and racing, as well as expansive wooded areas that hold cross country courses for eventing and the obstacles for the CDE's. There are gorgeous hardwoods, Longleaf Pines and varieties of plants that are preserved as part of the overall development plan. There are twenty five miles of dirt roads for hacking, all surrounded by hundreds of acres of established farmland.
The most popular event is the Stoneybrook Steeplechase (see above), which boasts attendance of several thousand on any give race day. It begins with a "gala" party on Friday night and on Saturday, Race Day, the Pegasus Club opens in time to host a gourmet luncheon. Tailgating, contests, a children's area, horse exhibits, and activities for the whole family make this an event you won't want to miss.
The surrounding area of the Five Points Horse Park is attracting the development of horse farms and equestrian properties.
To learn more about properties in Hoke Country contact us at 910-693-7901, or go to our Contact Us page and sign up for a free DVD of the area.
Photo courtesy of the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area CVB.