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An Equestrian’s Dream Home in the Front Range

This Colorado estate boasts its own polo field



Photos courtesy of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

At the base of Haystack Mountain in Colorado’s Front Range, this residential estate and polo farm is an equestrian’s dream home.

The main residence of the colonial-esque 5-bedroom, 6-bath property totals over 13,000 square feet of livable space and sits on 118 acres of lush fields lined by century-old trees.

The home is littered with fine details, craftsmanship, and luxury features, including four wood-burning fireplaces; a state-of-the-art theater, bar and pool room; a wine cellar; an outdoor pool and spa area, equipped with kitchens; and a highly secure flight simulator—to name a few. In addition to the main home, the property also boasts a guesthouse, equestrian barn, and a polo field.


The main home's grand entryway

A traditional sitting room

The home's grand kitchen

The formal dining room

The master bedroom

The home's extensive wine cellar

The luxurious pool and outdoor living area

The polo field

The horse stables

The horse stables

The view from the field

The guest house

DESIGN DETAILS:

ARCHITECTURE Eric J. Smith, Eric Smith Architecture  INTERIOR DESIGN Romanza Interior Design, Naples, Florida  BUILDER Harrington Stanko Construciton

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