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Luxury Equestrian Facility
Danville, NH
$2,450,000

Facility Details 


80’ x 200’ Heated Indoor Arena Built in 2001

  • Footing recently refreshed with custom blend of sand & carpet fiber for high traffic use

  • Motion sensor LED lighting

  • Sound system

  • Irrigation system for push-button arena watering

 

Office

  • Separate heating

  • Tile floor

  • Sound system for indoor arena

  • Cable internet/Wi-Fi


30’ x 65’ Viewing/Reception/Entertaining Foyer

  • Large stone wood fireplace

  • Tile flooring

  • Wainscotting

  • Heat/air conditioned


Utility Room

  • 2 Furnaces

  • Dog washing sink

  • Irrigation tank

  • Washer/dryer

  • ¾ Bathroom with shower stall, sink-toilet


Original Barn

  • Open to indoor

  • 11 Stalls - 10’ x 10’

  • Electrical outlets at each stall

  • Frost-free hydrant

  • Boarders tack room with saddle and bridle racks

  • 72’ x 84’ Training Barn - Built 2010 by Center Hill Barns

  • 21 - 12’ x 12’ Matted Stalls

  • Concrete aisle

  • Electrical outlet at each stall

  • 12’ x 24’ Show tack room

o Utility sink
o Hot water
o 32 Saddle racks - 22 Bridle racks
● Lesson Tack Room
o Blanket bars
o Shelves
o 18 Saddle racks
o Sink – no hot water
● Walk-up hayloft – fits up to 2 tractor trailer loads of hay


36’ x 50’ Detached Barn

  • 8 - 11’ x 11’ Matted Stalls

  • Electricity

  • Hayloft

  • Concrete center aisle

  • LED lighting

  • Tack room

o Electric heat
o Generator hook-up
o Small grain room area


24’ x 26’ 1 BR Bunk House w/Separate Septic

  • Not approved as a full-time residence or rental

  • Open-concept kitchen/living room

  •  ¾ Bath

  •  Gazebo


80’ x 200’ Outdoor Arena

  • Sand mix footing

  • Frost-free hydrant

Paddocks (Dry Lots)

  • 1 Large paddock w/combination wood & electric fencing and 2 run-ins

  • 4 Smaller paddocks with vinyl fencing and 3 with run-ins

  • Electric box

  • Frost-free hydrant

100’ Diameter Round Pen with Sand/Mix Footing

6- 30-Amp camper hook-ups outside of indoor

25’ x 50’ Fabric Covered Shavings Shed on Cinder Blocks

  • Holds 2 tractor trailer loads of sawdust

We highly recommend that you contact the local zoning, planning and/or building department to confirm your intended use of any property as part of your due diligence prior to purchase.  Don’t assume that because you see a property for sale or neighboring properties being used a certain way that you can do the same.  Zoning regulations can change, some properties may “grandfathered” or operating under a variance or special exception that may not be transferable to you so you should always verify for yourself that you can use, expand or modify a property in the manner you intend.

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