18 stall barn, arena and 2 acre turnout / Horse Friendly Property / Farm For Lease in Southwest Ranches, Florida

Quiet and rare one of a kind horse property for lease with private gravel drive, gated entrance. 18 stall horse barn with two tack rooms, a large tiki, a storage box truck, large sanded arena, 2 acre turn out that’s high and dry even in rainy season, with area for round pen and additional add ons. The possibilities are infinite for a horse business entrepreneur or private horse collector or wellness equine therapy or alternative school . This property is located within a wild life sanctuary and is also certified national wildlife habitat. Less than 1 mile away is a 20 acre riding park with riding easements all through the neighborhood of Rolling oaks. Live stock is permissible. Plenty of room for horse trailers. Yearly or season inquires are considered. Open to other requests and business opportunities. Serious inquiries only please. Text or call directly 954/719/4808 Immediate availability. More pics available.

At a Glance

  • Type: Equestrian Community, Riding Stable, Farm/Ranch, Land.
  • +/- 3 acres.

Sale Options

  • For Lease

Asking Price

  • $0

Street Address

  • 18330 SW 66th St
    Southwest Ranches, FL

Farm Features

  • Barn w/ Box Stalls, Wash Stall, Tack Room, Riding Ring, Storage Barn
  • Horse stalls: 18
  • Fencing: Wood Rail
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