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Horse Farms For Sale in PA

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Philadelphia is known for its Revolutionary War-era historical sites like Valley Forge, its large cities like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, its farming regions, some occupied by the Amish, and a (once)-strong industrial history.

With equally large swaths of cities and towns as fields and mountains, Pennsylvania is a rich and varied state, as well as a worthy travel destination. Pennsylvania is bordered by the states of New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Ohio.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is a geographically diverse state with a Great Lake on one shore and a major seaport on the other. The climate of Pennsylvania is pleasant, with cold, often snowy winters, mild to hot, humid summers, and gorgeous green springtimes, and most notably, spectacular displays of colorful autumn foliage.

A study released in the summer of 2003 by Penn State University shows that Pennsylvania's horse industry is massive and thriving, contributing big bucks to the state economy. And it's preserving more than a million acres of state farmland.

$8.2 billion or 18 percent of agribusiness sales, the state's largest industry, can be attributed to horses. The $8.2 billion refers to investments including land, buildings, machinery, etc., and does not include the value of the horses themselves, an additional $1.3 billion.

The state is home to more than 220,000 horses.

The study shows the total value of Pennsylvania's horses more than doubled since 1990, from $620 million to $1.3 billion. The industry's total investment in land, horses, buildings, trucks, trailers, tack and other assets, is a whopping $9.5 billion.

Not included in the study was money spent by residents of other states and countries who come to Pennsylvania to ride or compete. The Pennsylvania National Horse Show estimates that out of state competitors spend $40 million each year on hotels, meals, shopping, and more during that show alone.

Among the study's most interesting findings is that the amount of land devoted to horses totals 1,140,000 acres, valued at $4.8 billion.

  Pennsylvania in Numbers:
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img Horse Population : Approximately 170,000
img Total Economic Impact: over $ -- billion
img Population : 12,429,616
img Land area : 44,817 sq. miles
img Capital : Harrisburg
img Counties: 67
img Highest Point : Mt. Davis: 3,213 feet
img Lowest Point : Delaware River: 0 feet
img 10 largest Cities :
 
  • Philadelphia: 1,463,281
  • Pittsburgh: 316,718
  • Allentown: 106,992
  • Erie: 102,612
  • Reading: 80,855
  • Scranton: 73,120
  • Bethlehem: 72,895
  • Lancaster: 54,757
  • Harrisburg: 47,472
  • Altoona: 47,176
 
$624,900
Horse Property for sale.
Immaculately cared for historical home with beautiful usable acreage.

Vanderbilt, Fayette County, Pennsylvania


Immaculately cared for historical home with approximately 25 acres wooded & 45 acres fields & two streams. Original home and some out buildings 1790 approx. and additions approx. 1930’s Property comes complete with original large barn with hand hewn beams, summer kitchen w/ wood burning cook stove, springhouse, & wagon shed; all extremely well maintained from the 1790’s. Out buildings include 2 story 3 car detached garage & a wood burning stove, 2 story workshop w electric and gas furnace, additions to the home were added approximately in the 1930’s. kitchen floor is decorative stamped concrete w tubes installed throughout that circulate hot water for radiant heat. Part of property abuts Walkertown Hill road which has access to city water $ sewage as well as lumber available on property. Come see this home and property and fall in love. Please view link for virtual tour of the home. Wireless internet plan available to review.

Marie Slagus , Howard Hanna Simon Real Eatate Services

65.00 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
4200 SQ FT
 
$1,750,000
Horse Property for sale.
Waverly PA Horse farm and house on 8.5 acres

Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania


Exceptional Waverly Equestrian property built by a protege of Frank Lloyd Wright on 8.5 outstanding acres. Everything that you have ever wanted in a home. Huge sprawling ranch, brand new state of the art kitchen, amazing built ins and features. A master suite like no other, pool and pool house set with beautiful views of the property and barn areas. 40 by 78 state of the art horse barn with 4 active stalls. You so want to live here... Home is being sold totally furnished inside and out.

George Semian , ERA One Source Realty

8.50 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
7 BATHROOMS
6283 SQ FT
 
$750,000
Horse Property for sale.
Farm land with Horse Arena and 154 acres of Property for sale.

Falls Creek, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania


Farmland includes an 80'x160' Morton Building indoor Horse-riding arena with 10 stalls, water well and electric. Two ponds and wooded area as well. Farmland has been maintained yearly by planting and harvesting Corn and Soybeans. Pasture fencing does need up-dated and replaced. Property has highway frontage in front and back of property. Great Hunting! OGM negotiable.

Randal Cole

154.00 ACRES
- BEDROOMS
- BATHROOMS
- SQ FT
 
$2,250,000
Horse Property for sale.
Cheshire Hunt Countryside! Near The Laurels Preserve!

Coatesville, Chester County, Pennsylvania


Known by local horsemen, as The Gallop, this 54+/- ac farm is rich in history. Located in the Cheshire hunt countryside, and near the coveted Laurels Preserve, it is part of the King Ranch project that originally permanently preserved over 5,400 acres. Today this area is now over 30,000 conserved acres. Set in the heart, this 1880’s victorian farmhouse has been tastefully renovated in recent years. The gourmet kitchen features a Wolf range/oven, Bosch dishwasher, Marvel wine refrigerator, and are all complemented with custom cabinetry, granite counters and farmhouse style sink. The great room, with exposed barn beams, custom built-ins and Rumford stone fireplace, was an addition in recent years by local builder known for his quality and craftsmanship. The upper floors feature 3 bedrooms (2BRs on 2nd floor, 1BR on 3rd floor), charming full bath, laundry and professionally installed closet room. Additional features of the interior include quaint living and dining room area with gas fireplace and mudroom with brick floor and custom cabinets. The home is further complemented with a period front porch along with a side patio (using Trex decking for low maintenance) designed for relaxing and casual entertaining. Enjoy the salt-water pool and high-end Bull outdoor BBQ station with grill, refrig and sink. Beautiful, professionally landscaped gardens, special lighting, natural stone walls, custom railings/fencing further accents the outdoor space. For the horse enthusiast, there is a 5 stall barn with feed area, an outdoor 210’x130’ sand ring, 3 large turnouts and pasture (plus a 30 acre open field currently being used by local farmer. Additionally there is garage building with 3 bays, exercise room (with additional washer/dryer) and an upper floor bonus room with bath. The entire property is serviced by a new 23KW Generac generator, if ever needed. Conveniently located to major arteries, restaurants, shopping. The Gallop enjoys very low taxes and is under a conservation easement with no further subdivision. Enjoy a relaxed, simple lifestyle on a quaint farm set on a country road! It is the essence of the country life!

Amy McKenna , BHHS Fox & Roach - Unionville

54.00 ACRES
3 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS
2100 SQ FT
 
$1,600,000
Horse Property for sale.
Rare 6A Equestrian Estate in the heart of Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania

Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania


***New Price***An opportunity to own 6+ acres in highly desirable Gwynedd Valley. Penlyn Farm combines a classic, refined approach to living with all of the conveniences of modern life. The 6 acres are nestled in the award winning Wissahickon School District. This equestrian estate was designed by renowned Philadelphia architect Edmund B. Gilchrist. The grounds are park-like with mature hardwood trees, scenic views and a gazebo for summer outside parties. For those who appreciate timeless traditional elegance, Penlyn Farm is a stately Georgian revival manor home and has retained many of it’s beautiful original details without sacrificing modern amenities. Built in 1939 the property has only witnessed 2 owners in 82 years. The residence boasts 7 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, 2 half baths, a linen room, a cedar room, a butler’s kitchen, a trophy room along with the other standard rooms found in estate homes. Completing this equestrian estate is a renovated bank barn for horses, a regulation dressage ring, and post and rail fenced pastures. When entering the oversized foyer you will instantly be drawn to the details in this house: high ceilings, the rich patina on the hardwood floors, a grand staircase, strategic room layouts, superb classic woodworking, detailed moldings, decorative fireplaces, gorgeous light and bathroom fixtures, and doors and windows arranged to enhance your view of the bucolic grounds. Much like many houses found in Chestnut Hill and the Mt. Airy sections of Philadelphia that Gilchrist designed, he created rooms with beautiful windows and French doors to bring in natural light and nature from every angle. Gilchrist used exterior metals and metal designs to enhance his exterior architectural revival styles. This property is a 1 of kind estate, created specifically for entertaining and relaxing. If you have always wanted to bring your horses home, this is a horse enthusiast’s dream. Eight big matted box stalls, a feed room, a tack room, a H/C wash stall with heat lamps, a large lighted outdoor ring, ten grass or “dry” pasture choices and run-in sheds complete the equestrian side of the property. Hacking out to two local indoor rings, Horseways trails, Wissahickon Watershed trails, and Pennlyn Woods, is as simple as ride out and ride in. Preserving the privacy and peaceful enjoyment of nature's undisturbed beauty on this estate is a Conservation Easement. Location, location, location: this property is close to so many amenities it is too numerous to mention all of them. A sampling of the surrounding area: Bluestone, Cedarbrook and Blue Bell Country Clubs, Germantown Academy, Gwynedd Mercy Academy, Ambler and local favorite restaurants, Gwynedd Valley Septa R5 train line to Center City Philadelphia, Wings Field Airport, Routes 309, 476, 202, Starbucks, Trader Joe's and so much more. This is an opportunity to purchase 1 of the most beautiful, classic, manageable estates in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania! MLS# PAMC686178

Wendy W. Weber , Keller Williams Real Estate-Blue Bell

6.00 ACRES
7 BEDROOMS
7 BATHROOMS
6200 SQ FT
 
$875,000
Horse Property for sale.
Private home, garage and barn on 127 acres

Smicksburg, Indiana County, Pennsylvania


Large upscale home with all the amenities on a private drive setting on 127 acres. Free gas for life, emergency generator, total privacy, cathedral ceilings, finest hardwoods, stone fireplaces. High end appliances, Corian countertops, radiant heat in the ceramic floors. Beautiful built-ins of solid wood, attractive bar, fullview sliders and much more. Must see to appreciate..

Barbara Miskolcze , Coldwell Banker

127.00 ACRES
2 BEDROOMS
4 BATHROOMS
3600 SQ FT

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