A 160-acre equestrian estate in New Jersey horse — and Bruce Springsteen — country is set to hit the market for $28.9 million.
Located in Colts Neck, the main house totals 25,000 square feet with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, according to Mansion Global. The exterior of the four-story home is made of Jerusalem limestone.
The property includes a pool and pool house, ponds, an outdoor kitchen, and gardens.
The equestrian facilities include an exercise ring, turnout, and pastures surrounding a two-story main barn hand built by Amish carpenters.
The barn has 24 oversized stalls, a foaling center, owners room, tack room, and even a unit for a manager. There is also an 1890-built farmhouse on the property.