Cedar Lane Farm is now under contract.
The remarkable Keswick horse farm went under contract, after only 11 days of being listed!
This amazing Virginia horse property will surely bring happiness and fulfillment to its new owners with its peaceful settings, gorgeous mountain views, beautiful home and outstanding equestrian facilities.
The property spans over 38 acres of gently rolling land in the lush countryside.
The home is meticulously maintained and features 3 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms in 2,400 square feet of living space.
Its open floor plan and 9-foot ceilings enhance the spacious feeling inside the home. The front porch runs the length of the house, perfect for both relaxing and entertaining.
There’s also a den, a formal living room, and a large eat-in kitchen with a lot of counter space and fabulous cabinetry. It is definitely a move-in ready home that is sure to please its new owners.
The equestrian facilities are just as impressive as the home. It offers a 6 stall center aisle barn, a 75’x190′ sand ring, fenced pastures, a pond, and a huge building for hay/equipment storage.
Everything that a horse lover needs is in this Central VA equestrian farm.
What happens when a property goes under contract
When a property goes under contract, it means an offer has been given and that the seller has accepted it, but it doesn’t mean that the sale is over.
This is the time when all contingencies are secured.
If you are the seller, this is the time to ensure the property is inspected, appraised and made ready according to the stipulations the buyer submitted, and that a lawyer has approved the contract.
If you’re the buyer, this is the time to finalize your finances. This also means securing home insurance and ensuring that your conditions are met.
You’re almost at the end
When things go well and all contingencies are met, the property will then be given a “pending” status.
This puts the home on a closer status of being sold. It is basically one step away from closing, the last hurdle in this real estate journey.
The final step is the closing, the big day everyone involved has been waiting for. This is it! Whether you’re a seller or a buyer, you’ll be signing a lot of documents.
If you’re the buyer, you go home with a key to your new property.
If you’re the seller, you go home with the check for the property you sold.
Are you buying or selling an equestrian property?
Whether it’s a horse farm or a country property in Charlottesville and other nearby areas, you can count on me, Pam Dent, to make the transaction as easy and smooth as possible.
Buying or selling a horse farm may sound like a regular real estate transaction, but it’s more. You need someone who knows not just the property features and the size, but someone who has experience with horses. As an equine trainer who has sold hunters and jumpers, I know what you and your horses need in a property.
Get to know more about me here: https://www.JumpIntoGreenerPastures.com/About-Us-Central-Virginia-Real-Estate/
This Keswick equestrian farm is a wonderful property, and the new owners are sure to be thrilled in their new home.
You too, can have the horse farm or country property of your dreams.
Call me, Pam Dent at (434) 960-0161. Let’s make your real estate dreams come true.