On the Market: 7 Equestrian Properties in Honor of the 2022 Hampton Classic

Just in time for the 2022 Hampton Classic and the release of the Fall 2022 edition of Equestrian magazine, here are some of our top equestrian properties on the market across our regions.

Colorado

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227 Sage Rim Circle — Basalt, Colo. | $9,925,000

If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a Colorado rancher, then consider this incredible 35-acre residential property in Basalt. Situated just below Mount Sopris and offering breathtaking mountain views, this log home offers an expansive 6,000 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and four-and-one-half bathrooms. An open floorplan defines the living and dining rooms while 24-foot vaulted ceilings give the residence a spacious feeling that mimics the great outdoors just beyond this log home’s four walls. All four bedrooms within the home include private bathrooms, but of particular note is the incredible master wing – that’s right, wing, not suite – which includes two walk-in closets, a bathroom with a steam shower and jetted tub, and access to a private wraparound two-level patio. In the finished lower level, residents will enjoy a six-seated theater, wine cellar, and three-car garage. Mary Kate Farrell represents the listing.

Florida

14412 Pierson Road, Wellington, Fla.

14412 Pierson Road — Wellington, Fla. | $18.9 million

Situated on an idyllic 5.3 acres of land in Wellington, Fla., this equestrian-ready property is ideal for anyone passionate about the sport. Located at 14412 Pierson Road, owners enjoy a convenient location that backs up onto the Wellington International Showgrounds. Two offices, an owner’s lounge, commercial laundry facilities, tack room, feed room, indoor wash stalls, and 24 stalls allow the well-equipped setting to be totally ready for use. An all-weather arena, grass field, six grass paddocks, and a four-horse walker round out the outdoor space. Also included is staff quarters comprising a four-bedroom apartment featuring a full kitchen, living space, and laundry room. Each of the bedrooms are en-suite, allowing for privacy and comfort. Martha Wachtel Jolicoeur represents the listing.

3585 & 3549 & 3531 Olde Hampton Drive — Wellington, Fla. | $35,000,000

3585, 3549 & 3531 Olde Hampton Drive — Wellington, Fla. | $35 million

Also in Wellington, this incredible 14-acre equestrian farm feels like it was plucked out of the Italian countryside and transported to Florida. Stunning landscaping, brick pathways, and water features define this property, while an onsite pond and additional water frontage provide a calming atmosphere. Built in 2001, this is the first time that the farm is available for sale, and it’s one of the largest in Grand Prix Village. Three gated entrances, outdoor riding facilities, commercial laundry, 20 matted Loddon stalls are included. Living quarters offer stunning views of the surrounding grounds. Plus, the Olde Hampton Drive property is a short drive from Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Maria Mendelsohn represents the listing.

13893 Gracida Street — Wellington, Fla. | $25.5 million

For those looking to pursue their career and equestrian passion from the comfort of their own backyard, this mixed commercial and residential property in Wellington, Fla. is one to consider. Situated on nearly 20 acres of land, the gated property features a 20-stall barn, a stunning lounge for visitors, a separate office, and a kitchen. Also onsite is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom home built in 2015 and showcasing a one-car garage, stainless steel kitchen appliances, spacious bedrooms, and luxurious spa-inspired bathrooms. An additional one-bed, one-bath pool house, attached gym, and separate maintenance building are also included. Backing up onto a bridle path, riders can take a leisurely stroll to the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center showgrounds, just a 10-minute walk away by foot. Maria Mendelsohn represents the listing.

Hudson Valley

Photo: Nancy Strong, Douglas Elliman Photography.

24 Bloomer Road — North Salem, NY | $3,995,000

Located on nearly 5 acres of land in the Hudson Valley town of North Salem, NY, this equestrian farm is ready for riding. The property features both an outdoor and heated indoor riding arena, 25 stalls, five grass paddocks, three all-weather paddocks, and a spacious barn with grooming facilities and an office. A home is located on the property as well, showcasing a beautiful wraparound front porch, open floorplan, and 150-year-old oak flooring throughout. All three bedrooms are located on the second level, while a radiant heated two-car garage with an unfinished studio offers plenty of residential storage. Plus, this incredible property features direct access to North Salem Bridle Trails, making taking the horses out simple and convenient. Ciaran Murphy and Nancy Strong represent the listing.

Long Island

324 Calf Farm Road-Mill Neck NewYork
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324 Calf Farm Road — Mill Neck, NY | $9,995,000

If you love equestrianism and entertainment, this might just be the property for you. In addition to having the facilities suitable for horseback riding, this 5-acre Long Island estate has been seen in multiple movies and TV shows, including The Wolf of Wall Street, Elementary, and The Loudest Voice (during the production of which star Russell Crowe lived in the manor, according to the owner). On the property stands a 15,000-square-foot manor showcasing six bedrooms, seven full and two half-bathrooms, wraparound balconies, high ceilings and much more. Outside, residents will enjoy paddocks, a 10-stable barn, heated saltwater pool, four-car garage, bluestone patios, an incredible outdoor kitchen and a chef’s garden where you can grow plenty of fruits and vegetables to use in your new, well-equipped gourmet kitchen. Residents will enjoy the calm yet exciting lifestyle that Long Island’s Gold Coast has to offer. Regina Rogers represents the listing.

Texas

23494 State Highway 46 — Spring Branch, Tex. | $11,995,000

Situated on a sprawling 164-acre plot of land about 30 miles north of downtown San Antonio, this equestrian farm was established in the 1800s by the Scheel Family. Known affectionately as Indian Creek Farm, this property carries lots of history, including a piece of land that was gifted from the state of Texas to Erastus “Deaf” Smith, a frontiersman known for his part in the Texas Revolution and the Alamo. The original barn that dates back to the 1800s is still standing and features three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The barn also hosts an office, four-car garage, nine horse stalls, and a large feed room. Two additional barns provide nine more horse stalls between them. Additional homes sit on the property as well, including the Kabelmacher House – a home on the National Historic Register dating back to 1887 featuring four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Part of the property has been approved for 40 one-acre homesites, while another 30 acres is allowed for commercial use. Nadia Black and Kelsey Bond represent the listing.

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