Tag Archives: Equestrian Facilities

Equestrian Facility Brings Together Form and Function in Middleburg, Virginia

project profile Equestrian Facility Brings Together Form and Function in Middleburg, Virginia

Homeowner Challenge: This equestrian facility was planned on the hilly terrain of a cow farm in Middleburg, Virginia. Transforming this blank canvas into a fully equipped equestrian center required BOWA to combine the standards set by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation and client’s design vision to create a space that houses three separate outbuildings, a covered round pen, ring and single-horse pastures. The BOWA Solution: Creating this complex from scratch required extensive site work to cut through the hill and fill the valleys to stabilize the area for construction.… Read More >

MVB Mortgage Video Series ‘Round Town featuring Tim Burch

Vice President of the Middleburg Office Tim Burch brings Mark Ferguson to one of our equestrian facilities for the MVB Mortgage video series ‘Round Town. Learn more about BOWA’s process, client experience, and financing options when it comes to your remodel in these three videos.… Read More >

Considering an Equestrian Building Project?

A growing percentage of our business in the greater Middleburg area has been beautiful equestrian facilities. Some have been in conjunction with separate residential renovations, others incorporated grooms quarters or apartments for weekend getaways or guests and others have been multi-barn complexes. We’ve even “rescued” a client from a project that went sour with their previous builder. In each case, we brought BOWA’s 30 years of experience, proven processes and network of specialized vendors and tradespeople to bear to deliver quality, value and beautiful functionality. When approached for an equestrian renovation, my mission is to learn about the owner’s goals… Read More >

How Do I know what’s Permissible when Planning a Home Renovation?

When planning a home renovation or addition it’s important to complete your due diligence upfront to research any ordinances or restrictions that may affect your project. Unfortunately, homeowners and contractors often forget important steps during this project feasibility phase, which sometimes leads to wasted time and money or abandoned projects. To ensure you sidestep those mistakes, start with this checklist of places to call in order to minimize setbacks while planning and executing your next renovation. Local Jurisdiction/County First, call your local county government to find out if there are any site restrictions or requirements for your home or property.… Read More >