Welcome to Your 55-acre Dream Dressage Complex in Sunny Florida

February 6, 2016 – Dressage aficionados, escape the cold and make this premier 55-acre equestrian estate on Florida’s Treasure Coast your perfect winter home. Even better, why not make this Palm City gem your year-round base? With a main house, guesthouse and grooms’ quarters, there’s lots of room to make humans at home and with 64 large stalls, each with its own attached run, the horses will enjoy comfortable living quarters. Other horse facilities include a covered arena and two outdoor arenas with excellent footing, seven barns with individual turnouts, a clubhouse, an operating vet clinic, a round pen and walker, and a 15,000 square foot Quonset hut for storage.
Unwind in the saltwater pool and spa in the expansive screened lanai
The open-floor plan main house offers expansive lake views with two waterfalls and fountains as well as vistas of the manicured paddocks and beyond to the 300 acre Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital. The home has been updated and features three bedrooms, three and a half baths, an office, a fully screened wraparound porch to enjoy the views, and a large screened lanai with a refreshing saltwater pool and spa. To the east is a four-bedroom open-plan guesthouse, with a kitchen and a porch located off the bedrooms. A large-screened porch with an additional three bedrooms and one bath is located at the southern end of this building along with a five-car garage.
Spacious, open-space living area in the main house
The horses are housed within the seven separate barns, where each of the 68 oversized stalls feature a 14′ x 20′ walk-out paddock, drains, electrical outlet and water. Skylights throughout the barns let in natural light, while ceiling fans regulate the temperature. The barns are guttered and outfitted with commercial sprinkler systems.  There are four covered wash-stall areas with ceiling fans and small paddocks.
The view to one of two outdoor dressage arenas and one of seven barns
A four-car garage with two grooms’ quarters, two bathrooms and screened porch is set to the west of the main house. Nearby is a large clubhouse featuring a cathedral-ceilinged meeting room with a flat screen TV, an eat-in kitchen with granite countertops and new appliances, and a separate dining area with its own wine cooler, refrigerator, sink and dishwasher. The dressing room has two beautifully paneled changing rooms, a shower and a half bath. Five stalls are attached to the clubhouse.
The clubhouse features a variety of amenities including this changing room area


The tack room, located to the south of the clubhouse, includes a sink, a hot water heater and 21 compartmentalized open lockers for tons of storage. Three large stalls are attached to the tack room.
West of the clubhouse, three matching barns feature 24-foot wide aisles. Barn A offers 16 stalls with an open area for hay storage and a laundry room with refrigerator. Barn B boasts 16 stalls, a feed room with a sink, and two toilets with a sink. Barn C houses 17 stalls, and a tack room with open lockers and a sink.
The covered arena is 90′ x 225′ with new GGT footing
The three new dressage arenas, one located to the north of the three barns and two situated to the south, are outfitted with GGT footing and the 90′ x 225′ indoor arena with viewing platform and lounge can easily house a full-size dressage court. There is a large round pen with GGT footing and a six-horse Kraft walker north of the barns.
West of the three large barns, Barn D offers a large foaling stable with two 30 x 30 stalls with walk out paddocks and a center room offering plentiful storage and a sink. Barn E features five foaling stalls, each with its own walk out paddock. Behind Barns D and E, the fully operational and leased vet clinic includes six air-conditioned stalls, a lab, one double breeding stall and a breeding shed. West of the vet clinic, a 60′ x 250′ Steelmaster Quonset Hut built to withstand up to 150 mph winds provides 15,000 square feet of storage. All paddocks are constructed with two-inch boards, a water system and lighting.
One of the covered wash stall areas with ceiling fans and attached paddocks 
Manicured and fenced grounds feature two picturesque lakes fully stocked with tilapia and carp. Three feet of fill was trucked in to improve drainage and the property earned the approval of the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) for the drainage system. Located just minutes from I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, this magnificent 55-acre property is offered for $4.9 million. For a YouTube video tour, log onto https://youtu.be/Y7akOtkZ0oQ or contact Priscilla Baldwin at 772.692.8827 for your private viewing.
For more information, contact:  
The Horsepower Team
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services
Florida Realty 
Priscilla Baldwin 772-692-8827
Joan Rogers 772-692-8834
Michael Landry 772-341-6664
Jenn Bradley 772-692-8867

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