3.75 acres in Lee County, Florida
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3.75 acres in Lee County, Florida

3871 Hidden Acres CIR N, North Fort Myers , Florida 33903 - Lee County
$1,195,000 3.75 Acres
4 beds 5 Bathrooms, 1 ½ Bathroom 6822 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6289339

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Eye-catching, this private trophy horse farm stretches out across approximately 4 acres. The home is bespoke, and through 2 stories, it contains around 7,000 square feet of space. The ceilings tower, there is an open foyer, and columns accent it all. For the colder months, cozying up against the fireplace, its mantel sculpted, is a real treat. The floors are new hardwood in the master bedroom, the formal dining room, the formal living room, and the office. Relax in the pool or the gas-heated spa lit with LEDs. The ceiling mural in the formal dining room is stunning, and in the gourmet dine-in kitchen, the granite countertops and wood cabinets surround a center island. There are 6 concrete-floored horse stalls in the equestrian facilities, plus an automated water system, an air conditioned tack room, and a lighted Olympic-size arena. In addition, there are a 4-car garage, a 1-bath office, and a 2-bedroom / 1-bath guesthouse attached to the barn. Complementing it all is the lush Koi pond. This property is in a gated community. A common boat ramp and boat storage accessible to the Gulf of Mexico are available. Excellent location just minutes to downtown Fort Myers.

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