6275 NW 100TH STREET - #HP60758
This NONE, Marion Home Offered at: $4,100,0005 5 3,305 sqft
This stunning 30 acre farm is abundant with gorgeous granddaddy oaks, is move-in ready, and a horse enthusiast’s dream come true! It’s located in one of the most desired areas of NW Ocala’s horse country, surrounded by like-minded equestrians and their beautiful farms; it’s a mere 10 minutes to the new World Equestrian Center. This high and dry farm is chock full of amenities, including 21 stalls and room for more, a full farm generator, so you’ll never lose power or water for you or your horses. There are 11 paddocks with well-maintained board/wire fencing, an abundance of lush pasture and mature shade trees, a round pen, and an irrigated arena. The expansive Morton building provides space for RV or LQ trailer parking with a 50 amp plug in, plus ample room for multiple vehicles, trailers, farm equipment and storage. The spotless main CB barn features 19 stalls that include 2 double stall foaling stalls, two 1 BR/1 BA apartments, one 1/2 bath, tack and feed rooms, fly spray system, automatic waterers, lights on timers, wash rack with hot/cold water, two laundry rooms, tool/work room, another RV/trailer hookup with 30 amps and sewer connection, and a cozy office/man cave. A nearby pole barn with fly spray system and lights on timers provides 2 stalls with direct pasture access, and room for 6 additional stalls. The immaculate home has impeccable landscaping and features an open floor plan with high ceilings, beautiful island kitchen, en suite master and multiple glass doors opening to the spectacular outdoor living area. This outdoor extension of the home includes a sparkling pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, pergola, and inviting views of the pastures beyond. At day’s end, relax around the gas fire pit and enjoy one of Ocala’s glorious sunsets.
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