A Florida equestrian estate with quality stabling and a covered arena has gone on the market for $US2.95 million.
The 7.5-acre property in Odessa is part of Citrus Green Equestrian Estates, a community with 41 home sites that covers 400 acres.
Completed in 2009, Copper Leaf Farm – so named because of the many copper features incorporated into its architecture – boasts a total of 11,900 square feet under roofing, including a four-bedroom home, with a pool, hot tub, an outdoor summer kitchen, and attached three-car garage.
There is also a detached four-bay garage-storage and utility building, accessed through five 12-foot doors.
But horse lovers will be eyeing up the quality nine-stall barn, with chandeliers and groom’s living quarters. It includes two full bathrooms, a full kitchen, a Nelson automatic watering system (which is also found in the pastures) and convertible stalls.
Each of the nine stalls measures 12 feet by 12 feet, with removable panels that enable the conversion of two stalls into one 12-feet by 24-feet foaling stall.
Other equestrian amenities include multiple lush pastures surrounded by handsome four-board white fences and a 60-foot diameter round pen.
It is also the only property within the estate with a covered and lit arena covering 80 feet by 120 feet, with layered footing. It is custom-designed to encourage proper airflow.
The wider equestrian estate includes a horse trail. The monthly homeowners association fee for the property is $US172.50.
The property listing is with Barbara Ann Mallet, with Mallett and Mallett Realty. The owners are also offering the option of selling the property fully furnished.
More information: www.CopperLeafFarm.com