A farm can embody various meanings, and The Horse Shoe Farm, with its auspicious location, has a rich history of fulfilling that meaning for its various owners. Although its use has changed throughout the years, its bucolic nature and simplicity have always remained at its core. After clearing the land to create pastures in the 1950’s, The Horse Shoe Farm became a thriving cattle farm, flourishing for the next 40 years as a bovine paradise. This era would also see the construction of the manor house, silo, and farmhouse barn.
When the Mullis family purchased the farm in the late 1990’s, it transitioned from a working farm to a hobby farm. While Belted Galloway cattle and quarter horses speckled the fields, the real attraction became the dozens of classic Corvettes, vintage Chevys, and array of antique motorcycles that filled the barns. A family compound in every sense, the Mullis family turned The Horse Shoe Farm into a collector’s playground, hosting car shows and events throughout the year, and building numerous dwellings to accommodate their guests.
When the Turchin family bought the farm in 2017 they were captivated by the breathtaking beauty and serene elegance encompassing the property. With a desire to complement the authentic essence and natural landscape, the Turchins transformed The Horse Shoe Farm, with its 80 acres and over a dozen structures, into a private retreat. Open to guests looking to experience the magic of this sanctuary, The Horse Shoe Farm is designed as an open palate ready to fulfill and facilitate any of our guests desires and be their ultimate home away from home.