You don’t have to be a billionaire to own these equestrian properties but it would certainly help if you were!
Conyers Farm Estate, Greenwich, Connecticut
Listing Price: $35 million
This 80-acre historic equestrian estate was once a working farm. It is situated in the ultra-prime residential area of Conyers Farm, the largest gated community of its kind in Greenwich.
Once the heart of the original Conyers Farm property, it has a fairytale apple orchard, swimming pool, tennis court and a cottage that once upon a time housed the estate’s firemen, along with four other cottages.
With unbelievable gardens, meadows, riding trails and exceptional polo grounds for seasonal world-class polo matches, this place is a paradise for equestrians. There is also a 22-stall stable opening on to paddocks that are surrounded by white board fencing.
With its 8,000-square-foot Shingle-style fencing, the main house was designed by Donn Barber with extensive updates by Alan Wanzenberg and Alex Antonelli. It boasts eight bedrooms, including two master suites as well as a formal living room, two-story library large solarium and eight bathrooms. Can it get any better than this?
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Redens, Lodsworth, Petworth, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Listing price: £5 million (US$6.5 million)
At a fraction of the cost of Conyers Farm Estate, but with no less grandeur, we offer you Redens in West Sussex, England.
The private and peaceful seven-bedroom country house known as Redens is situated in the South Downs National Park and lies between Lodsworth and Lickfold with easy access to London.
Having received substantial additions in the 1920s and ‘30s with further major refurbishment and further extensions in the last few years, Redens is a unique equestrian property! A leisure wing was most recently added, including guest accommodations, an indoor swimming pool and gym complex.
The house is spacious and includes a huge entrance hall with a galleried landing and a large drawing room with the many windows giving the owners a superb view of the grounds and gardens.
Its equestrian facilities boast a spacious stable yard with staff accommodations, manège, large barn complex (including a lunging ring) and further stabling and storage.
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Atalanta, 89 Martin’s Lane, Rhinebeck, New York
Listing Price: $22 million
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With 290 acres in the heart of Dutchess County horse country, this 16,000-square-foot Georgian manor house makes the equestrian eyes water! The listing agent talks about its dramatic Hudson River views which are amazing. Originally built in 1851 as the home for FDR relatives Franklin Hughes Delano and Laura Astor Delano, on land received as a wedding gift from part of the Astors’ “Rokeby” estate. An additional two wings were added to Atalanta in the late 1800s.
The property (estate) includes a Greek Temple-inspired pool house with a 75-foot pool, tennis court, three-bedroom guesthouse, three-bedroom farm house, a stone gate house, carriage house with storage and two second-floor apartments, a charming two-bedroom Victorian gardener’s cottage, and a commercial grade greenhouse.
Impressive equestrian facilities include an eight-stall barn with office, full bath, tack room, feed room, heated indoor ring with man-made footing, and an outdoor dressage ring.