Wellington horse farm and dev site lists for $25M

80-acre property includes equestrian facilities, land for luxury estate

Nov.November 13, 2017 08:45 AM

The 80-acre equestrian compound in Wellington

A company tied to a Houston oil conglomerate is looking to sell an 80-acre equestrian compound in Wellington.

Property records show Windsome Farms Limited Inc., which lists the address of Transworld Oil U.S.A., owns Windsome Farms at 13560 Indian Mound Road. It’s on the market with Marley Overman of Keyes’ Illustrated Properties, according to a press release.

The property includes a 26-stall barn with storage, a tack room, office, lounges and apartments. It also features a large grass grand prix field with jumps and hills, a rideable track, 19 grass turnout paddocks and an elevated pad where a luxury estate could be built, the release says.

Records show the owner paid $2 million for the property in 1989.

Last month, a 62-acre farm at 4360 South Road sold for $17.1 million.

Wellington is home to a number of wealthy equestrian enthusiasts, including the Bill Gates family, Steve Jobs’ widow and billionaire Laurene Powell Jobs and Georgina Bloomberg, the daughter of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. – Katherine Kallergis 

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