WELLINGTON, FL – Marley Goodman Overman of Illustrated Properties recently facilitated the sale of a Grand Prix Village farm for $10.9 Million. Planned with the horse in mind at every turn, this magnificent equestrian facility was constructed with the highest quality of materials and built like a fortress. Absolutely no detail was overlooked throughout the entire property. The 20-stall barn, jump arena, grass Grand Prix field, four paddocks, hot walker and industrial generator are a few of the top amenities to be found on-site. And with an owner’s apartment, manager’s apartment, and a studio apartment, there is plenty of room for everyone.
The facility also includes a state-of-the-art security system that allows you to monitor the property through a live video feed anywhere in the world. Located in Grand Prix Village, the facility sits on the bridle path that is connected to the Winter Equestrian Festival’s show grounds.
About Marley Goodman Overman of Illustrated Properties
Marley developed a strong understanding of the Real Estate Business at an early age while growing up in her family company. She has extensive knowledge in researching and negotiating in the Wellington market. Marley has represented buyers and sellers throughout Wellington in communities such as The Palm Beach Polo Club, The Aero Club, Palm Beach Point, Southfields, Lakefield and Grand Prix Village. She was recently the leading sales person in the Equestrian Club Community for the 2013-2014 seasons.
Marley is also very comfortable assisting renters to find a seasonal home and this diversity has made her a favorite of Equestrian Professionals worldwide. Her extensive horse knowledge allows her to understand exactly what her clients need. Marley recently represented the seller and completed one of the highest priced sales in the Wellington area above 15 million. Devoted to her horses in her downtime, Marley was the youngest winner of the prestigious Budweiser American Invitational, the winner of the Audi Lisbon 5* Grand Prix in Lisbon, Portugal. She retired the Small and Large Junior Hunter Championships at the National Horse Show aboard Nevertheless and Whiskey Before Breakfast. She was on the winning United States Nations Cup team in Falsterbo, Sweden and has been High Amateur Jumper Rider of the Year in 2008, 2009 and 2010. A natural competitor, Marley will work hard for her clients to achieve exactly what they want. She has an impeccable reputation for morals and ethics, and the compassion you would like to have working for you in such a personal decision, such as your next home.
Contact Marley with any questions you may have regarding Equestrian properties and homes in this area, as she would be happy to assist you; she can be reached by phone at 772-216-5940 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.