Horseman's property with 11 stalls 1/4 mile walk from WEF showgrounds

14402 Laurel Trail

Wellington - FL

Exquisite horseman’s property that has it all, only .28 mile hack to WEF! Sitting on 2.4acres with 11 stall barn, it’s sure to have everything you need. The 4bed/3bath home is completely redone with brand new roof, complete impact, 2 new ac’s, new kitchen and appliances, 2 full washers and dryers, renovated bathrooms, and even tankless hot water heaters. Saltwater pool is completely redone and has a propane heater. Stub outs and plumbing exist for possible summer kitchen and generator additions if desired. Oversized ring (180′ – 230′ long x 95′ – 180′ wide) has 8” drainage layer & is a great shape for lunging and riding or multiple training activities simultaneously. The footing includes fiber with elastic strings that won’t break down over time. See more…

With the barn, you’ll find ample LED overhead lights along with an infrared alarm system located at each entrance to keep your horses safe. There is a feed/storage room, potential 12th stall currently used as a hay stall, plus ac’ed and spray foamed separate storage container that can house up to 150 bales of hay. 4 new washracks are located under a pergola, and one grooming stall is located in the barn. Treadmill hookup exists in the back of the barn, with a separate gate from the driveway where golfcarts and jumps can be securely stored. Wide aisles allow possibility of aisle grooming if needed. Separate building houses large tackroom/office/mini kitchen with commercial washer for horse laundry and separate washer/dryer for grooms laundry; half bath for barn use and studio groom’s apartment. Manure pit is oversized with custom cover and separate fly spray system. Barn and house have separate entrances for added privacy. This property has it all and at an incredible location. It won’t last long!

$4,750,000 WEB ID#RX-10645579

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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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