10, 15 or 20 Acres in Palm Beach Point East

14991 Palm Beach Point Boulevard

Wellington - FL


10, 15 or 20 ACRES IN PALM BEACH POINT EAST.   Ability to purchase the first 10 improved acres, which are fully raised & irrigated w/ extensive underground drainage, alone for 6.2mm,  purchase 15 acres(3 lots) for 6.4mm or the full 20 acres(4 lots) for 8.7mm.

The 20-stall barn is thoughtfully laid out with ample storage rooms; grooming stalls; living accommodations; space; and entertainment center, office, and lounge including a full bath. Includes 6 large and lush paddocks, double fenced in board fencing, a 180’x350′ fully irrigated and crowned sand arena on clay base, and 90′ round pen. Barn has 3 apartments with own kitchens, a/c, hot water heater: a downstairs 2/1 and two upstairs 1/1. The architect designed house has a large living room with barrel vaulted ceiling and fireplace. The kitchen has both living and eat-in areas with another fireplace and screened porch. Two large guest rooms have huge closets and very large bathrooms en suite. The master has 2 bathrooms for his and hers, walk in closets, and screened sleeping porch. All overlook wide open spaces allowing maximum privacy and located walking distance from WEF. The house also has a 2-car garage.

The last 10 acres are contoured for drainage, fully usable for riding & awaiting your plans. They currently are made of a 5 acre turf and exercise field and 2 very giant, open paddocks. The full 20 acres has a canal that runs behind it, and it is entirely fenced in board with wire mesh to prevent dogs from access to roads or canal. This could be your dream farm come true in Wellington, very private yet hacking distance to WEF.

$6,200,000 WEB ID#RX-10352191

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Wellington, Florida

Wellington was originally the world’s largest strawberry patch on land called the Flying Cow Ranch; “Flying” because the founder was an aviator, and “Cow” stood for the initials for Charles Oliver Wellington (C.O.W.). In the 1950s, Mr. Wellington bought 18,000 acres (73 km2) of central Palm Beach County swampland, which would eventually become the Village of Wellington. Wellington began as a planned unit development approved by Palm Beach County in 1972, and up until 1990, it functioned as a sprawling bedroom community with few shopping centers or restaurants until it was incorporated in December 1995. It has now become known as an international center for equestrian sports. Wellington is known for its equestrian community and hosting equestrian events, notably show jumping, hunting, dressage and polo. Wellington is host to the Winter Equestrian Festival, the largest and longest running horse show in the world from January to April. It holds more than fort...


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