We have our list of must-haves when looking to buy a home, but what do horse ranchers want in a home? A pool? Perhaps a home theater, gourmet kitchen and wine cellar? Yes, all of those, but chances are, if you’re an A-List movie star, sports star, or chart-topping musician/singer, your number one priority is privacy.
- Fencing: The right fencing is an essential part your ranch set-up. You'll want something that keeps even the most determined horse contained.
- Shelter: There's no guarantee that the weather is going to be tolerable for horses all the time. There also may be horses you prefer to keep stalled. You can choose a barn and/or loafing shed as shelter. Here’s an example of a 6-stall MD barn that was installed into one of our properties and works extremely well for most environments.
- Food and tack storage: Keep food safe from pests. Build storage within the barn or in a separate structure. If you have a large garage like this one, it’ll more than suffice.
- Turnout: Turnouts are smaller enclosures that allow horses outside.
- Round pen: For training purposes, a round pen is a must. If your property isn’t large enough to keep a round pen, there are plenty of properties in Southern California that offer nearby horse facilities for trainers and breeders. Take a look at this properties nearby horse amenities.
- Arenas: There are both indoor or outdoor arenas.
- Horse Trails: If you’re living in California, chances are there’s numerous trail options for you to take your horses out for a ride. If you’re living in Southern California take a look at some of these trails as great options to take your horses and/or family out for the weekend.
If you’re looking to relocate to the San Diego area, get in contact with me and I can help you find the perfect home or ranch to suit your needs. Right now there are some fantastic options for those looking to be close or far from the city. Just take a look at OUR PROPERTIES
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