Serving Marion County Since 1985CAROL RIKE, REALTOR®CALL: 352-804-3052
SOLD! 20 Acre Horse Farm has Covered Arena, Custom Home, 28 Stalls, Dressage Arena
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Anthony, FL 32617
A gated entry and tree-lined drive lead you into this 20 acre farm, perfect for training dressage horses, jumpers, 3-day event, Paso Fino's, carriage driving...any riding discipline, with year round riding in its covered arena. It's located in a desirable neighborhood amidst other training farms on a quiet cul-de-sac and offers some of the best pastureland in the area. The custom, cedar sided home has approximately 2344 square feet of living area. It has volume ceilings in the living and dining areas, tiled floors, a step-saver kitchen with eat-at bar, and a family room with a stone fireplace. Enjoy the views from an enclosed lanai, lined with a beautiful tongue and groove ceiling. The large master suite accommodates a king-sized bed and has access to the lanai. Its en suite bath has dual vanities, garden tub, a private water closet and linen storage. A private guest wing has two bedrooms, a guest bath and loads of storage. A 75' x 150' covered arena promotes year round riding and has a clay base with a sand and rubber mixed footing. The 20 x 60m outdoor dressage arena has a limerock base with a sand and rubber mixed footing. Another grass area has been used for carriage driving exercises. A block barn has 8 stalls, feed and tack rooms, and a generous center aisle. Three more pole barns have 20 more stalls and storage for a horse trailer or farm equipment. There is water in or near all 7 paddocks. There is plenty of open area for guests' trailer parking and turning around. This is a deed restricted community of fine farms that promotes the business of horse and cattle farming. Mobile homes are not permitted. This farm is just minutes to Downtown, I-75 and a short drive to the new World Equestrian Center, HITS, the Ocala Jockey Club, the Florida Horse Park and the abundance of equine resources that make Ocala the "Horse Capital."