One of North Jersey’s largest properties has hit the market.
A 43-acre equestrian estate at 200 Stabled Way Mahwah, Bergen County, has listed for $22.5 million, NJ.com reported.
Charlie Oppler of Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.
For the equines, the property has 20 horse stalls, paddocks and an indoor riding area.
For humans, the property includes indoor and outdoor pools, a football field, basketball court and land that connects to the Ramapo River.
The main home has 10 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, five fireplaces, a theater, wine cellar and and English pub.
Horse farms hit the market in the Tri-State area from time to time.
In May, RedGate farm at 7 Equestrian Ridge in Newtown, Connecticut, was listed for $15 million, CT Insider reported. The listing is one of the most expensive in the state, excluding lower Fairfield County.
While the home is at 7 Equestrian Ridge, much of the farm runs along Poverty Hollow Road, east of a state park. The farm includes paddocks, ponds, barns with 60 stalls, horse treadmills and an indoor riding ring. The property stretches across 54 acres, though the main home takes up a mere 9,000 square feet.
In April, Ridgefield’s Double H Farm in Connecticut sold for $24 million, marking the state’s priciest sale this year. Another equestrian farm in the state, the 230-acre Warren’s Lost Acre Farm, is on the market for $16 million.
Those prices don’t come close to matching the most expensive in the region. That distinction belongs to the 215-acre Sunnyfield Farm in Bedford, New York, initially listed for $65 million. Since then, the asking price has nearly been slashed in half, down to $39 million.
Still, none of those actually included horses. In February, Mead Farm in Stamford listed for $4.5 million and included its nine horses as part of the deal.
“We’re talking about everything. The tools, the snow blower, the horses. All that [tack] associated with the horses is going,” owner George Mead the New Haven Register reported.
Jeff Jackson of Corcoran Centric Realty has the listing.
— Ted Glanzer