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by Brigita McKelvie . . . . as you are driving down the road, you see a Dollar General Store, but instead of cars zipping in and out of the parking lot, you see horse drawn buggies. These horse drawn buggies are owned by the Amish. They are a common sight Read More...
After buying the PA horse property of your dreams and moving yourself and your family into the house, your horses will need to be moved into their new home as well. Moving can be stressful for horses, so it's important to take a few things into consideration Read More...
As horse lovers and real estate professionals alike, two of our favorite things here at CSEP are beautiful barns and beautiful homes. Johanna Walters and Brian Sweeney of Gwynedd Valley, PA share this passion, and they were recently featured on HGTV’s Read More...
Every horse owner's worst nightmare is to get a phone call saying that the barn is on fire. On a July night in 2009 it became a horrifying reality for Frances Wade-Whittaker. Pink Star Equestrian Center, where she boarded her mare Suki, was engulfed Read More...
Looking for an Eastern PA horse farm that stands above the rest? Need to sell an exceptional property but don’t know how to start? The team at Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd. can help! Our newest website, www.highvaluehorsefarms.com, Read More...
We are producing a video promoting Eastern PA as Horse Country. It will feature Eventing Olympic Gold Medalist Phillip Dutton , the Bucks County Horse Park , Tinicum Park Polo Club, Rolling Stone Farm , Willow Brook Farm plus more. It will make its debut Read More...
Zillow, founded by former Executives of Microsoft and founders of Expedia, Rich Barton and Lloyd Frink in 2005, is an online real estate database website that uses the “Zestimate”, an algorithm that appraises the values of properties based Read More...
On Monday, October 11th in the wee hours of the morning I headed to the Blue Grass airport in Lexington to go back home. As happy as I was to return to see my daughter and husband, it was a bit sad that this much anticipated, international large scale Read More...