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Joan Pletcher
Joan Pletcher
Joan Pletcher, Realtor
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54 Acre Equestrian Sporting Horse Facility

2445 SE Hwy 42, Summerfield, Florida 34491 - Marion County
$2,495,000 54.67 Acres
3 Bedroom 4 Bathrooms 4197 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3177691

Description

54+ Acre Equestrian sporting horse facility - Perfect for any breed. Majestic knoll is the setting for this residence with superior finishes throughout, beautiful and inviting, ideal for entertaining. Large family room with stunning beamed ceilings, travertine floors, gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances, luxurious master suite with elegant bath plus upstairs bonus room with full bath. French doors lead onto covered porch with stone fireplace and summer kitchen overlooking lush green pastures. Three barns with a total of 36 stalls, 3/2 managers home, lighted irrigated dressage arena.

Directions

South Hwy 475 to left on Hwy 42 about a mile on the left. Sign out by the road.

Land

Barn Information
Barn(s)
Electric to Barn
Equipment Barn
Tack Room
Wash Rack
Water to Barn

Miscellaneous
Corrals
Fenced for Horses
Outdoor Arena

Property Tax Exemption
Yes

Road Frontage Desc
Asphalt

Land Type
Livestock

Number of Wells
5

Property Type
Farm/Ranch

Street/Utilities
Asphalt

Lot Description
Acreage
Horses Permitted
Landscaped
Pasture
Some Trees

Present Use
Equine

Proposed Use
Agriculture
Equine
Grazing
Residential Single

Topography
Rolling

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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Joan Pletcher

Joan Pletcher, Realtor

13373 S. Magnolia Avenue
Ocala, FL 34473

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