Three more horse havens on of­fer

From Hall of Famers to hob­by­ists, there’s a lit­tle foal in all of us

Richmond Hill Post - - Dream Homes -

Grande Farms, Hock­ley Val­ley

With 100 ac­ers at your dis­posal with beau­ti­ful coun­try views and your own pad­docks, for $2,999,000, Grande Farm also fea­tures its own maple for­est, per­fect for the work­ing horse. There is a fully ren­o­vated, lux­ury, fivebed­room home, and it is lo­cated just min­utes from the 2015 Pan Am Games’ event­ing site.

Farm on a Hill, King Town­ship

Once home to sev­eral cham­pion horses and Cana­dian Horse Rac­ing Hall of Fame mem­ber Don McClel­land, this gives you a step up on the com­pe­ti­tion. Built on 100 ac­ers, the main century home is gor­geous, and the property fea­tures an in­door rid­ing ring, an in-ground pool, ten­nis courts and a guest house, for $2.75 mil­lion.

Bri­dle­wood Farm, Cale­don

An 11-stall horse barn, heated tack room, full hay loft, out­door rid­ing ring and plenty of pad­docks on 57 acres mean your horses will be happy. A large, five-bed­room, fully re­stored farm­house with a very large swim­ming pond, wa­ter­fall and your own trail sys­tem mean you’ll be even hap­pier with your $2,295,000 in­vest­ment.

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