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Twin Ridge Farm


The 1997 Well-Maintained Facility:

  • Indoor and attached barn built on 5’ concrete frost walls

  • Partial basement under viewing room for mechanical systems

  • Separate utilities for farm recordkeeping

  • Separate 1,250-gallon septic tank

  • Facility is tied into the farm’s generator

  • Fire alarm system with heat detectors

  • Sound system

  • 30 Gallon electric hot water heater


68’ x 150’ Heated Indoor Arena:

  • Oil-fired radiant heating

  • Insulated walls and ceiling

  • Metal roof and siding

  • Mercury vapor lighting

  • Permaflex/sand/fines footing-8” base replaced and new materials added in 2016     

  • Large, heated viewing room with sink, fridge, microwave, and washer & dryer

  • Half bath

  • 14’ x 65’ Attached equipment lean-to 

Well-designed Attached Barn:

  • 9 – 12’ x 12’ Matted boxstalls

  • Hay room with access to loft

  • Feed room

  • Two wash stalls – double as tack up stalls

  • Large tack room with bit warmer – saddle & bridle racks included

  • Several blanket bars in aisle

  • Music

C 1900 Antique Barn w/Attached Shed Row:

  • Barn has six 9’ x 11’6’’ matted stalls inside and three 9’ x 11’6” matted stalls outside

  • 13’ Wide aisle with bit warmer

  • Big tack room

  • Grain/storage room

  • Area for bagged shavings


65’ x 200’ (20mx60m) Outdoor Dressage Arena:


  • Judge’s booth (gazebo)

  • Base and sand footing replaced in 2020 


Concrete Manure Bunker  


The facility was designed for ease of care inside and out allowing everyone to spend more time in the saddle.  Every creature comfort was thought of, too, providing your clients, students and boarders with a great, organized experience while "at the barn".  


Ride in all weather and all conditions, trailering in and out is easy, as the driveway loops around the facility.  There's a bridle path for conditioning and nearby trails to give your horses a break from the arena.


A wide variety of paddocks are accessed by a center lane. They are of different sizes, some with sheds.  


Pick up where the original owner of this facility is leaving off, a place with with an amazing reputation, great clientele and a superb country location just 6 minutes from Exit 8 off I-89, and just 25 minutes from Lake Sunapee, New London (home of Colby Sawyer College) and an hour from Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

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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