The Horse Barn/Guest House



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             Main Barn/Guest House and Offices


                The architect designed barn features five  12x12 wood-lined stalls (convertible to 3 foaling stalls) with stained and varnished center aisle.  The exterior of the barn is stucco on block and cedar with Anderson wood windows and metal roof with working cupola.  The barn area also has a feed room with laundry hookups, wainscoted tack and lounging room and a workshop. The barn aisle has a rubber brick floor and there are video equipped stalls with an EquiStall flooring surfaces for excellent drainage.  There are two lockable storage areas & huge hay loft.



               There is an attached 2 story octagonal guest house (1300 +sf with efficiency kitchen and office space, all with spectacular ocean views complemented by antique brick, wood and tile floors.  Two full baths.  Wall heaters.  Wash rack at rear of barn.  The main second floor office or bedroom features an octagonal cathedral tongue and groove fir ceiling with cedar beams with a one of a kind huge elk and moose horn chandelier with large, ocean view windows on five sides. 


                  Barns are now used for a very successful Hanoverian horse breeding business: .   Many state and regional breed show Champions have been bred at this ranch, including the 2008 New England Mare and Materiale Champion, the 2008 California Filly/Mare Champion, a 2009 Gulf Coast Winter Series Grand Circuit Champion and several 2009 breed show Champion fillies.


        There is a backup generator for the water system and parts of the barn and guest house/offices. 


                Other Buildings/Features


                Well and tool house, two turnout sheds with three stalls in each with feed rooms and utilities, plus two other open turnout sheds, a large storage barn for hay and equipment, and a three bay equipment shed with sliding doors.  11 paddocks with no-climb/board fencing.  Riding ring (70’x160’+) with electric and water lines available rounds out these excellent equestrian facilities.


                  Both the home and the guest house were constructed with 2”x6” exterior walls and all of the building’s siding was constructed with stainless steel screws and nails.  All utilities are underground, including a 2,000 gallon water tank for fire protection with hydrants.