This is the complete equestrian compound you’ve been looking for and fantastic income opportunity all on 2.99acres! Checks all the boxes to operate a successful business. Current Seller trained out of this complete facility while competing in 2 Olympics, 4 Pan American Games, and 4 World Equestrian Games! Oversized sand arena at 100′ x 220′ to 170′ x 220′ from end to end, 17 stall barn with 2 apartments and optimal storage, 12’x12′ stalls, an air conditioned office with full bathroom, 2 air conditioned tack rooms, grass riding field, covered treadmill hook up, 4 horse walker, storage shed currently set up with pony stall, 2 feed rooms, 2 outdoor wash racks, and covered storage area off barn for tractor, hay and shavings.
Lush landscaping separates the home from the barn. The 4 bedroom/4 bathroom house is completely redone and swells to fit as few or as many guests as needed. Master suite opens up to the fantastic saltwater pool area, which leads to the outdoor kitchen and playground. The 2 car garage is finished and air conditioned with impact door to serve as a workshop or playroom and still operates if needed for cars. There’s a loft currently used as office and tv room with a full guest bathroom below. Off the open concept kitchen and formal living room, find a hallway that can be closed off to two guest bedrooms and a bathroom for privacy.
Great and central location with access to Global Dressage, IPC, WEF, Miami, Palm Beach, and all the schools and shops; walking distance to CEM quarantine.
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...