Historic, Connecticut horse farm hits the market for $4.5 million
For almost 100 years, Mead Farm has been a staple in the equine industry.
This horse farm includes 26 stalls and four riding rings, and the residence has three bedrooms and two and a half baths.
Before it was a horse farm offering riding lessons, the property was used to deliver ice blocks into New York.
According to the listing agent, “It’s a working horse farm. It’s not a show barn. It’s a place where people can go and experience horses and learn to ride and care for them,” Stamford Advocate reported.
The new owner of the property will not only have the land and the barns, but also the horses. The sale of the farm will include the Mead family’s nine horses.
Corcoran Centric Realty is currently managing the listing and has the property priced at $4,500,000.