A 115-acre waterfront equestrian estate, which has been used to breed world champion Morgans, has gone on the market in northeast Wisconsin for $US3.5 million.
Graycliff Farm, on the shores of Lake Winnebago, enjoys nearly 1000 feet of water frontage, providing not only a 6100 square foot brick and cedar shake Manor house built in 1993, but a heated 14-stall stable complex, indoor riding arena, a storage barn and nine PVC-fenced paddocks
The home has an extensive wrap-around porch trimmed in white columns. It has five bedrooms and five to six bathrooms.
The residence has expansive hardwood flooring, tall ceilings, 5 fireplaces, two master suite options plus 3 additional bedrooms with a total of 5.5 baths, professional grade kitchen appliances, three season porch and more.
Security systems are in both house and stables.
Luxequestrian, which is offering the property, in the town of Stockbridge, says it is ideal for a family compound or equestrian retreat.
Besides the lake frontage, the property borders 300 acres of Calumet County Park, and is near the 1200-acre High Cliff State Park, with marinas, a golf course and beaches. It is a 20 minute drive to the Fox Cities.
The home, stable, paddocks and storage barn sit on 53.12 acres; there is an additional 62.5 acres of farm field.
The heated and insulated stable/horse barn measures 108 feet by 38 feet. This building is improved with a riding arena with cedar mulch footing, 14 stalls, a lounge, tack room, feed room, bath/utility room, and security system.
There is also a separate older wood frame and stone barn that is utilized for storage.
Graycliff Farm is home to two World Champion Morgans.
The owners have worked diligently to maintain the favorable attributes of the Morgan breed, while improving the horses with every generation through their breeding program.
Learn more about the property here.