Carolina Equestrian Heritage

Our Equestrian Roots Run Deep from the Meadows to the Mountains…

Our equestrian community’s roots run deep in the meadows and mountains of the Carolina foothills.  For nearly a century, the area has attracted equestrians of all persuasions, drawn here by the land and lifestyle that make this such a special place. Carter P. Brown (1893-1978) was one of the first equestrian “transplants” to put down roots here.

Madelon Wallace, Realtor

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The Meadows of Campbell Creek

The Meadows of Campbell Creek is nestled at the base of the southernmost edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in the western corner of the Carolina Foothills. Farms have dotted these scenic foothills for generations.  The lands at the Meadows are defined by picturesque views of the surrounding mountains and rolling pastures, hardwood forests, creeks, trails for hiking or horse back riding and the remains of a quaint stone cottage. Enjoy direct access to miles of trails on the  “GENTS” trail system (Gowensville Equestrian Neighborhood Trail System) in Tryon Hounds hunt country. Protected by covenants and restrictions to insure value and lifestyle.

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2015 Realtor of the Year

  2015 Realtor of the Year   For her longstanding efforts to preserve the rural beauty of the Carolina Foothills Upstate area, most recently when it was threatened by Duke Energy’s plans to construct high-power transmission lines, Madelon Wallace was named the 2015 Realtor of the Year. The honor was bestowed by the 500-plus member Hendersonville Board of Realtors at its annual banquet December 19th. Wallace is broker-in-charge and co-owner of Walker, Wallace & Emerson Realty (WWE) in Landrum, SC. “Madelon has a passion about selling real estate that goes beyond most,” said presenter Cindy Viehman, a broker with Tryon Foothills Realty. 

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