Stunning Home for Sale in Dutchess County Is Actually a Major Race Horse Farm
A gorgeous estate for sale in Dutchess County, New York is actually a thoroughbred breeding facility.
If you're in the market for some new real estate and money is no problem, there is a massive estate for sale right here in the Hudson Valley. Located in Poughquag, Sugar Maple Stallion Farm is a "respected thoroughbred breeding facility" according to its Zillow listing. But in addition to the farm, you'll also be getting a stunning home.
For a nice $15 million, this 8 bed and 14 bath property can be yours. It was built in 1980 and designed by famous architect Boris Baranovich in a Georgian style, according to Zillow. There are 7 barns and 94 stalls, a receiving barn, 2 broodmare barns, foaling barn, yearling barn, filly barn, and stallion barn with breeding shed. AKA, a lot of barns. There is a manager's house with three bedrooms and a building with a spacious office and four staff apartments above it. Oh, and this doesn't even include the main facility, which has a billiard room, basketball court, indoor pool, library, wet bar, wine cellar, outdoor tennis court, 3-par putting green, and a breathtaking view of a lake. Take a look for yourself at this stunning manor.
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