Pinnacle Farm is an equestrian property that seems to win both by the numbers and by its design. It is reportedly the largest post-and-beam structure (with a 65,000 sq foot state-of-the-art facility) built in North America during the 20th century, and it encompasses 140 acres in a private valley. So, not only do you get a farm that has been home to some of the finest Friesian horses in the world, but you also get your own valley – what’s not to love?
100 Clark Road, Cornwall, CT (Pinnacle Farm)
The view pulling up the drive screams organization, as does the welcoming, clean and airy barn entrance.
As far as I know, the cute Friesian horse is not included with the 50 16′ x 16′ stalls by Loddon of England, but I’m sure you could work something out…
Stalls have runs, which is fantastic – especially if weather is too nasty to turnout on grass. Stalls, aisles, and breeding areas all have poured rubber flooring.
There certainly won’t be a shortage of turnout grass, however – I mean, you do have your own private valley, after all! Each of the nine turnouts also include heated Nelson waterers.
Guests can enjoy a grand foyer, and of course there is an elevator to take them upstairs.
Two executive offices and an exposition hall (with kitchen) are also included for guests to enjoy.
If you need to escape from the events, you can always go outside to the private lake, or hide in one of the many other farm amenities, including a vet lab, breeding shed, and farrier shop.
This property is listed at $14,500,000. All photos by Sotheby’s International Real Estate. To view the full listing, click here.
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