A top equestrian training and breeding property in New York state has gone on the market for US$18.1 million.
Grand Central Farm occupies 286-acres of rolling countryside in North Salem, in New York’s Westchester & Putnam Counties.
The property, within 60 minutes’ drive from New York City, includes over a mile of native fieldstone walls.
The farm’s 22,000 square foot barn complex, designed by architect Jeff Pearson, has been constructed with attention to detail, using only top-quality materials.
The barn, with slate roof, includes 20 14 foot by 14 foot stalls, a veterinary room, a sumptuous viewing room, office, tack room, breeding and wash stalls, laundry room, two foaling stalls with heat and cameras, and two grooming and farrier stalls.
Attached to the barn is a cathedral-inspired 170 foot by 95 foot indoor arena with Jolicoeur footing. It also has radiant heating.
The property also boasts a 260 foot by 125 foot outdoor arena.
More than 105 acres of the property is fitted out in stud railed paddocks.
There are four run-in sheds with stalls, each with back-up generator. There is also an oversized maintenance shed, a hay and shavings shed, and outdoor ponds.
The complex also has elaborate fire deluge system.
GPS system maps the entire cable, pipe and electrical lines throughout the entire property.
“This one of a kind property is within 60 minutes of New York City and convenient to all major tri-state horse shows,” co-listing agents Ghylaine Manning and Declan Orpen, from Vincent & Whittemore Real Estate, said.
“Vast equestrian and real estate opportunities abound on this unparalleled property.”
The human accommodation comprises eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
Ghylaine Manning and Declan Orpen can be contacted at 914-234-3642.
The listing can be viewed at http://www.vinwhit.com/Grand-Central-Farm-a142341.html