While there are many benefits and advantages to urban living, there’s a special sense of satisfaction and freedom that comes with owning an equestrian estate.
Ranch living is a dream for any passionate horse enthusiast, but investing in such a property is much more than just a purchase, it’s a way of life. Whether you’re a seasoned stableman or a casual rider, the convenience and luxury of having your horse on your doorstep has endless appeal.
Despite challenges caused by the pandemic and low supply in today’s housing market, the equestrian industry has seen significant growth in the past few years. Since equestrian homes fall into such a niche market, these homes remain in high demand, making them a smart investment for anyone looking to diversify their real estate portfolio. Not only do these properties retain their value and are reliably protected against inflation, but they can also provide an ongoing source of income for those looking to rent out stables or provide other specialist services to other horse owners.
For homebuyers who have set their sights on a property with ample space to breathe and room to roam, Zaldi Farm in Monticello, Georgia is just the place. Located just an hour southeast of Atlanta, this breathtaking, 67-acre estate is a premier equestrian property with a recently renovated 3-bedroom farmhouse with views of the beautiful gardens and sprawling pastures from every room. Accentuated by its vaulted wooden ceilings and bright, open floor plan, this charming ranch home offers the best of rural living. The modernized home boasts a wood-burning stove, a sunroom with French doors, and an owner’s suite with 3 walk-in closets, a jetted bathtub, double vanities, and a private deck of its own.
The enviable equestrian facilities include a 12-stall barn, a massive riding arena with sand footing, an exercise track, 8 pastures, and extensive fencing throughout the entirety of the property. The newly built Morton barn features rubber matting in each stall, corner hay racks and feeders, inside and outside wash racks, automatic roof retractor and stall fans, and a tremendous, climate-controlled tack room with a kitchenette and laundry.
The serene, 67-acre grounds are an alluring oasis all their own, with flourishing gardens, expansive riding tails, and a spring-fed 2-acre pond stocked with bass, bream, and catfish. For any homebuyer seeking a respite from the urban life, Zaldi Farm is the place to be.
Listed by Sister Hood and Zach Thwaite with Harry Norman, REALTORS®, the property is located at 1135 Harvey Lane Road, Monticello, GA 31064.