Broad leafy lanes crisscross this 62 acre property once used for training by Olympic equestrians, and more recently known as Studio Baloun where Peter Baloun created his renowned metal art that now graces many homes and institutions.
The 65ft x 45ft studio building is a fine structure with a soaring 35ft roof peak and a wonderful mezzanine level with many potential future uses.
In the delightful 4 stall horse barn the artist's touch is evident everywhere.
The modest 3 bedroom bungalow is sited perfectly with long views to the west and paddocks in the distance, and would make a highly desirable location for a new estate home serviced by the circular driveway and set in the mature landscape.
In an area of multi-million dollar estates this 62 acre property is a remarkable find. Barn and Stable both have dedicated septic and heating systems. 4 board oak paddocks.
Golf, skiing, hiking and riding trails.
As good as it gets for commuting.
John Dunlap, Broker of Record
Peter Bowers, Sales Representative
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