Saddle Up: These 5 Properties Boast Incredible Equestrian Facilities

Here, living in a modern Western is a reality. (National Parks Realty)

Perhaps you grew up riding horses every autumn on your family’s farm, a warm cup of apple cider waiting for you after your ride. Maybe you dreamed of one day owning a property where you could keep magnificent steeds and they could roam and graze and gallop. Some of us dream of having a home where horses can also live, and we’ve got some good news—this dream can easily become a reality.

There are so many stunning and spacious luxury properties that feature equestrian facilities. We’ve curated a list of five of these exceptional residences below. 

This stunning property sits on 25 sprawling acres of land. (National Parks Realty)

1. Montana Equestrian Dream

Welcome to Montana—a state where you can settle down onto a 25-acre ranch with impressive equestrian facilities for all of your horse-related needs. The property comes equipped with an indoor/outdoor arena and a 10-stall barn. Whether you wish to house your own horses or rent out the space to board other’s horses, there is ample opportunity to fulfill your equestrian dreams. The five-bedroom main house features a timber frame interior and boasts a charming rustic aesthetic throughout. This residence is ideal for families who love to be outdoors, with plenty of opportunities to hike, ski, fish and bike. 

The ranch is listed with Tara Harbin of National Parks Realty

An arbor-covered walking path leads you to the main residence. (Long & Foster Real Estate)

2. Storybook Estate in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

The beauty of this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom estate in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, cannot be overstated. The historic residence sits on an impressive 6 acres and features a renovated original silo as well as three-stall barn for horses. There is plenty of lush, green land for you to take your horses for a ride and enjoy the sunset over the private pond. The home features original preserved stone walls and exposed wooden beams that highlight the unique charm of the property. The silo was converted into a living space with a spiral staircase and floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy the regality of the high ceilings in the main living area as well as the two-tier deck that provides a breathtaking view of the surrounding gardens.

The home is listed with Arthur B. Herling of Long & Foster Real Estate.

Located in the horse community of King City, this home is located on 76 acres of land. (Barry Cohen Homes)

3. Luxurious Equestrian Estate in King City, Ontario

If your priority in finding an equestrian home is land (and lots of it), you need not look further than this King City estate in Ontario, Canada. The residence and horse stables are located on a massive 76 acres of land in the renowned horse community of King City. There is no shortage of what you can do with a property like this, whether it be farming, keeping horses or having your own indoor hockey rink. The home features beautiful woodwork and natural stone as well as private winged suites. There is plenty of room to entertain family and friends throughout the home’s many rooms, including the large gourmet kitchen. The views of the surrounding wood and land offer a soothing and tranquil backdrop to any meal. The backyard features a sparkling pool surrounded by immaculate landscaping. 

The estate is listed with Barry Cohen of Barry Cohen Homes.

This custom-built home rests on 10 acres of Montana land. (National Parks Realty)

4. Elegant Home in Whitefish, Montana 

This five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom estate boasts nearly 5,000 square feet of living space and sits on 10 acres of gorgeous Montana land. The property is equipped for horses with a fenced-in barn and tack room, shop and loafing shed. The home is ideal for nature lovers, as there is a conservation easement in place and your views of the surrounding land and mountains will remain unobstructed. The wraparound porch and deck is the ideal place to have your morning coffee as you watch your horses graze in the pastures. The main living area features high ceilings and tons of natural light. The woodwork throughout the home creates a cozy, warm and inviting ambiance. The location—only a 40-minute drive to Glacier National Park— is ideal for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. 

The property is co-listed with Paul Siddall and Sam Siddall of National Parks Realty

The 24-acre ranch is the epitome of Wild West living. (Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate)

5. Wild West Charmer

On 24 acres of Boulder, Colorado land sits this exquisite ranch. A fully equipped barn awaits you and your horses, as well as fenced-in pastures for leisurely roaming as you take in the magical view of the snow-capped mountains. The private residence was designed by renowned architect Ken Taniguchi and flaunts a flawless exterior and interior aesthetic. The large windows invite the sun into the living area, bathing you in a warm golden light. The kitchen is spacious and sleek, and the 4,000-square-foot gym is ready to be turned into your very own pickleball court or fitness studio. This one-of-a-kind property is the ultimate in Western and glamorous living. 

The ranch is listed with Joel Ripmaster of Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

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Nina Concepción is a Latina actor, writer, and Upright Citizens Brigade performer in Los Angeles. Her UCB credits include being a member of the house team "Elefante," Harold night, and numerous sketch shows. Nina's horror-comedy short film, "No Thank You," was an official selection of the 2021 Los Angeles Latino Film Festival. She is also the co-writer and star of "Schmotts," an indie award-winning comedy series.

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