DeCaro Auctions International Redefines "Equestrian Luxury"

06/05/2017 by

Exquisite Greenwich, Connecticut equestrian estate, fit to train the world's finest horses and most recently listed for $21 million, will be sold to the highest bidder at Absolute Auction on Saturday, June 17 by DeCaro Auctions International.

The award-winning equestrian estate, Steeple Chase Farm, was built in 2012 and has been dubbed "the ultimate horse lover's home" and was winner of Best Custom Home in Connecticut. The shingle style home is approximately 10,000 square feet of luxury living. Features include five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Every bedroom on every floor opens up to a terrace, balcony or porch. On the third floor, a stunning widow walk offers panoramic views of the 13-rolling acres. Additionally, there is a wine cellar, separate garages and staff quarters, an expansive entertaining veranda and patios, a gorgeous pool and gardens.  

"Offering the epitome of the 'equestrian lifestyle,' this distinctive and private horse farm offers a bounty of splendid features and will be sold to the highest bidder, regardless of price," says Stefanie Wilcox, of DeCaro Auctions International. The equestrian facilities feature an eight-stall barn with lounge/tack room, wash stall, half bathroom, inlaid rubber flooring, a full hayloft, eight paddocks with four-board wood fencing and custom run-in shed, easily converted to stalls. There is also an 80-foot by 140-foot indoor ring, 140-foot by 200-foot outdoor ring, both with custom footing. Additionally, there is a two bedroom, one bathroom groom/trainer/caretaker apartment, enclosed horse trailer parking and a half mile riding trail around the perimeter of the property. There is no other equestrian facility like it in all of Greenwich.

The estate, located at 429 Taconic Road, is ideally located just 45 minutes from Manhattan, 15 minutes from Westchester Airport and 10 minutes to Greenwich. Both public and private schooling is available.