Click on the link below to the video of this equestrian paradise and prepare yourself to be amazed! This property is perfectly set up as an equestrian paradise and fantastic place to live all in one. When you first pull in you will notice the tree-lined paved driveway and gated entrance leading to the secluded custom-built brick home. It boasts 4,722 sq ft of finished living space complete with 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The home features a large kitchen with island and sold maple cabinets, three (3) fireplaces, a woodburning stove, large entry way, pantry, office, rec room, walkout basement, ample storage, large master suite with access to the back deck and sunporch, and amazing views from any room. Across from the home is the amazing 80’x200’ horse arena complete with 11 stalls, saddle room, living quarters with a kitchen, and a bathroom. Adjacent to the arena is another barn with four (4) additional horse stalls, a woodshop, and plenty of additional room for storage and other hobbies. The final large barn has 9,000 sq ft of storage perfect for equipment and hay to keep your horses happy. All the barns were built and constructed by Morton, a name known for its exceptional quality and durability.
What is the point of having these great facilities if you do not have a place to keep and ride your horses? Guess what, there is 68 acres of pasture and timber. The pasture is divided into 12 paddocks with alleyways between them. Each paddock comes with a 12’x36’ animal shelter and waterline already ran to it, so you will not have to worry about hauling water or taking the animals to the barn every night. Between the alleyways and maintained trails throughout the timber, you will be ride for miles before you need to get on the same path again. One path you might you want to ride repeatedly is the one over the pond dam. This was constructed approximately a year ago by a professional pond builder. The pond is spring fed and approximately 25 ft at its deepest. Pan fish and tilapia have been stocked, and it will soon be ready for bass and catfish to be added. Speaking of water features, the Little Wildcat Creek also runs on the East side of the property. Let the horses rest while you enjoy the views and listen to the sound of water cascading over the rocks.
The sellers started with a corn field and a vision of what it could be in 1997. Everything has been built from the ground up since then. They have determined now is the time to pass it on to the next caretaker. Will that be you? Call me to schedule your private showing today!
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6361 W 90 S, Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana