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By Brigita McKelvie

Some of our clients search for a property so that they may be able to build their own dream horse facility.  Building one from scratch is not that simple, though.  A lot of time, planning, work and research is involved.  So how does someone go about it?

First of all, make a plan.  This will include designing the property and the buildings.  The best way to do this would be to hire an architect that has the expertise in not only designing, but also will do feasibility studies, site and building design, permits, etc. making sure everything is constructed correctly and will co-ordinate any required engineering. 

An important part is to be sure that the property will comply with the intended use (in this case a horse property) which will include zoning (local ordinances and codes), setbacks, easements, soil conditions, septic placement and so much more.  These things should be checked out BEFORE buying the property if constructing a horse farm is in the plans.

The next step would be to come up with a site plan.  The best and quickest way to do this would be to use an architect and an engineer to come up with the best design for your property.  This is where not only the buildings are laid out, but also the pastures, fencing, riding arena(s), etc.  This is where you would include everything you have dreamed of having.  Even if you do not have the finances to complete it all at once, it is best to plan for it so when it does happen somewhere in the future, the plans are all ready.

Now, it is time to find a contractor.  It is best to find someone that is knowledgeable in agricultural and/or equine properties and buildings.  

Have a budget when planning to build your equine facility and shop around on costs.  Your contractor and you architect can work with you.  Many of us fall into the limited budget category.  Therefore, we must prioritize the various projects.  For instance, to bring the horses onto your property as soon as possible, consider putting up safe fencing, shelters, water access and hay storage before putting up riding arenas and numerous pastures.  Those items can come after the horses are on the property and settled in.

There are many more details that would need to be included in your plans, such as plenty of turn out space for the horses (a minimum of 1 acre per horse is a good rule to follow), shelter (run in sheds or trees) safe fencing, storage for hay and feed, horse trailer area, manure storage area, riding arenas, round pens, tractor & equipment storage.  Remember to include grazing areas such as pastures.

A lot of time and work goes into building a horse property.  Making a plan ahead of time will make it go a lot easier and save time.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

$750,000, 3Bd/2.5Ba Single Family House, 3187 sqft.

Cindy Stys | Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd | 610-849-1790info@cshorseproperties.com |
Kesslersville Rd, Nazareth, PA 18064
Spectacular Equestrian Estate
3Bd/2.5Ba Single Family House
$750,000
Year Built 1999
Sq Footage 3187 sqft.
Bedrooms 3 Beds
Bathrooms 2.5 Baths
Floors 2
Parking 4+ Off street
Laundry In Unit
Lot Size 12.2 Acres
Website www.cshorseproper...

DESCRIPTION

Spectacular equestrian estate privately situated yet convenient to Rt. 33. Tremendous views to Harmony NJ. Professional & luscious landscaping w/ an abundance of perennials, exotic vines & wildflowers. Bridle & footpaths carved throughout property will enthrall nature lovers & horseback riders. Fantastic 44x72 barn houses 6 stalls (3 12x12 & 3 10x10) wash stall, charming tack roomcomplemented by slate mantel w/ electric fireplace & handy built-in toilet. 6 inch insulated walls in garage/workshop in other half of barn. Car/tractor buffs will love this spacious work area. 2 large pastures, 2 paddocks. Wood fencing & Electrobraid. Custom home w/ large kitchen, upgraded cabinets & center island. Sliders lead to multi-level deck which captures sweeping vistas & overlooks fascinating pergola covered by Kiwis & Wisteria. Impressive entry & family rm have cathedral ceilings. Formal dining rm, parlor & office compete the 1st level. Romantic master suite w/ sitting room, large WIC & Jacuzzi tub. Study could be used as guest bedroom. Basement is plumbed for bath, shower & toilet & prepped for radon system if desired. Large area w/ radiators perfect for arts & crafts. Central vac, poured concrete foundation. Lightning rods on house & barn.
Nazareth
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Unit Features

- Dining room- Master bath- Family room
- Office- Basement- Workshop
- Range / Oven- Refrigerator- Balcony, Deck, or Patio
- Yard- Lawn- Central A/C
- Hardwood floor- Fireplace- Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Community Features

- Off-street parking

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Contact info:
Cindy Stys
Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd
610-849-1790
info@cshorseproperties.com
For sale by Agent/Broker

Posted: Jul 22, 2015, 11:51am EDT

 

When it comes to buying PA horse properties, what you see is not always what you get. Especially in rural areas, it's common for landowners to put their properties into conservation easements or preservation programs. But what does this mean for you as a buyer? It means that before making an offer, you and your real estate agent need to do some careful research to make sure that the property in question is suitable for what you want to do, whether it's building a home, raising horses, farming crops, or expanding your equestrian business.

One of the first things you should do when you find a PA horse farm that interests you is to get in touch with the township zoning office. The zoning code will determine what uses and activities are permitted on the property. Even if a property is located in a rural or ‘horsey' area, you may not be able to keep horses there! Many townships also have restrictions on the number of animals that can be kept per acre of land. If you plan on having horses or other livestock, this is essential information! 

Another vital piece of information that you should read carefully before making an offer is the property deed. You can get a copy of the deed from the county courthouse for a small fee, if the listing agent cannot provide one for you.  In the deed you might find that the property has a shared driveway, utility easement, or right-of-way. Things like these can affect your use of the land, and you should take careful note of them.

Conservation easements are also very common in Eastern PA, and are used to prevent the over-development of our rural communities. These easements restrict the use of open space, and usually include building restrictions. Many times, a conservation easement will specify that buildings can only be located in a small area of the parcel, known as a "building envelope". Certain areas of the land may not allow any type of building or development, and landowners may even be restricted from cutting down trees depending on the severity of the easement. Some parcels may be used for pasture, but not for riding arenas. If the PA horse farm you're interested in purchasing is in a conservation easement, it's important to read over the easement very carefully and discuss it with your real estate agent.

Before making an offer on a PA horse property, be sure to do your research! Zoning, Deed Restrictions, and Conservation Easements can all play a very important role in the suitability of a particular parcel. Contact a sales associate at Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd. to get help in your home-buying process.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

The Equi-librium Therapeutic Horsemanship Program in Nazareth, PA is a wonderful discovery.  As a volunteer you can go there as just a horse person, or someone looking to help people with special needs.  Either way, working with these special people, or the horses, will enrich your life forever.

As a potential volunteer, the program begins with a three hour training orientation.  The orientation begins with a talk and a video explaining a program that brings together people with special needs, and horses. 

When you go, plan to learn many new things about physiology and psychology of the human.  The new volunteer will be exposed to the understanding of what horses have to offer people with special needs.  Volunteers will gain knowledge of how people with cognitive, physical or emotional needs can benefit from equine assisted horse activities.  The horse's movements provide sensory stimulation to the body and brain of the rider, and the horse's movements affect many different muscle groups.  For example, the pelvic movement of the horse reproduces the proper motion of the human pelvis at the walk. For people who are unable to walk, the horse provides the movement for them, and helps the brain recreate that movement while riding the horse.

Horseback riding can help improve gross and fine motor skills, and stimulate the cardiovascular system.  On an emotional level, the act of riding a horse can build self-esteem.  When a person is compromised physically, yet can control a 1,000 lb. horse, that person can feel very powerful.  Feeling powerful is very encouraging  for someone who has very little control in their physical life. 

The training and experience is very moving.  The new volunteer may be moved emotionally when confronted by the realities of the limitations of some people's physical selves.  You will see how beneficial this program is for motivating and stimulating the emotional and physical growth for people with special needs. 

Equi-Librium offers so much for the families and caregivers of the people in this program .  Not only does the program add depth of movement and freedom but gives these individuals a chance to do something that requires control, strength and athleticism. 

As for volunteers, it brings together an ability to enjoy horses, and people, improving lives as one.

Please come out and volunteer!  For more information, visit the website: www.equi-librium.org

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

by Brigita McKelvie

. . . . as you are driving down the road, you see a Dollar General Store, but instead of cars zipping in and out of the parking lot, you see horse drawn buggies.  These horse drawn buggies are owned by the Amish.  They are a common sight to see in Southeastern Pennsylvania.  The Amish use horsepower differently than we do.  Horses instead of engines are used to pull their buggies, wagons and equipment to help the farming and much of the heavy work around the farm.  The Amish greatly rely on their horses.  Pennsylvania Dutch is widely spoken in this part of Pennsylvania by the Amish.  

 

 

. . . . you see gorgeous scenery and mountains driving through the Northeastern part of Pennsylvania.  Northeastern Pennsylvania is known for the famous Pocono Mountains with its many resorts, campgrounds,  gorgeous waterfalls and hiking trails, such as the Appalachian trail.  It is a great area for vacationers to spend time relaxing in the country, enjoying nature and the simple life.  For those of us that enjoy the outdoors with our equine friends, many horseback riding trails can also be found throughout. The Poconos also have great areas for those that enjoy winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, even horseback riding on trails in the snow.  

 

 

 

 

 

  . . . . you see open fields, some planted, some fenced with cows or horses grazing, others with various farm animals.  Portions of Eastern Pennsylvania have some beautiful farmland and countryside. Parts of Pennsylvania are known for some of its historic barns.  Some of these barns have been around since the 1800's, some even as early as the mid 1700's.  A few of the barns will have hex signs painted on the sides, which the Pennsylvania Dutch are well known for.  Each hex sign has a particular meaning.  

 

. . . . historic stone or log homes can be found throughout.      

                                               

 

Many areas of Eastern Pennsylvania have historic stone or log homes, some dating back to the 1700's.  Some are large, elegant homes, while others are small homes, with each one having that certain charm and homey feeling about them.

 

                                                        . . . . numerous trucks hooked up to horse trailers can be seen parked at various locations.  Eastern Pennsylvania has many places and activities that are geared towards the equestrians.  The Devon Fairgrounds, Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Bucks County Horse Park, numerous areas with horseback riding trails, and many other venues that hold horse shows, clinics, etc.  

 

 

. . . a game of polo played on an open field.  Tinicum Park in Bucks County has a polo club.  Every weekend during the summer months, the public is welcome to stop in and see a game of polo.  It is quite an experience if you haven't seen a game played before.

The next time you see any of these things, you can be sure that you are in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

History was made on June 6, 2015 when American Pharoah won the Belmont Stakes to become the first horse to win the Triple Crown in 37 years.  Having bested his competitors in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, the racing world held its breath to see if the impressive Thoroughbred could do it once again and clinch a Triple Crown victory.

There have only been 12 Triple Crown winners, including American Pharoah, in all of American Thoroughbred racing history. It is one of the most difficult feats for a racehorse to accomplish, and over the years many have come close only to be beaten at Belmont, the final race in the series.

The last Triple Crown champion was Affirmed, who won all three races in 1978. Since then no horse has been good enough to capture the title until American Pharoah, owned by Ahmed Zayat, stepped on the scene this year.

The bay colt is trained by Bob Baffert, a long-time horseman who has had many “near misses” in his career. Several of his horses have come close to capturing the Triple Crown, but Baffert had never succeeded. What a thrill it must have been to watch American Pharaoh cross the finish line – finally, a Triple Crown winner to Baffert’s name 

Jockey Victor Espinoza had ridden two near-champions for Baffert in years past, and was confident that this weekend was his time to shine aboard American Pharoah.

Espinoza and Pharaoh took an easy lead right out of the gate, and kept their position at the front of the pack for the entire race. Other horses came close, but none could quite catch him. After cruising through the final turn. American Pharoah kicked into gear and his stride opened up. The rest of the pack was left in the dust and American Pharoah easily won the Belmont by 5 lengths, the crowd erupting in a deafening roar as the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years blasted across the finish line at the Belmont Stakes. 

Congratulations to American Pharoah and all of his connections! A Triple Crown Winner has been a long time coming! 

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

As the weather heats up and summer approaches, flies, mosquitoes, gnats, and other annoying insects are emerging on Eastern PA horse farms. These bugs annoy horses and humans alike, and can also spread disease. Fly control is a major concern for all PA horse owners - here are some tips on how to keep flies and other insects to a minimum this summer:

Manure management is the most important part of controlling flies. Flies lay their eggs in moist manure, so removing manure and storing or spreading it far from the barn is the first step in keeping flies at bay. Spreading manure immediately so that it dries in the sun, or composting it so that it becomes unsuitable for fly larvae are two effective techniques that prevent flies from breeding in the first place.

Mosquitoes, however, choose standing water as their medium of choice for laying eggs. Be sure to remove any standing water from your property and address leaks or clogged drains quickly to avoid creating a breeding ground for mosquitoes.

Of course, there is no way to prevent ALL flies and biting insects from breeding on or traveling to your property, so they must be dealt with! There are several effective fly traps on the market that attract flies to a bag or jug filled with water, where they then drown. While these traps can be stinky and will need to be replaced several times a season, they are effective and safe. Avoid fly paper or sticky traps that use adhesive to capture flies - while they do catch and kill flies, non-target wildlife such as birds, bats, bees, and butterflies can also be killed when they get trapped in the adhesive.

Feed-through fly control is becoming more and more popular as dietary supplements for horses become more commonplace. These supplements can make your horses' manure unattractive to flies, or give their skin an unpleasant aroma that discourages flies from landing on them.

Lastly, there are fly repellant sprays and physical barriers that you can use to protect your horses from biting insects. With so many fly sprays on the market, it's important to try several until you find one that works for your horse and location, and re-apply after your horse has sweated heavily or gotten a bath. Fly sheets and fly masks provide a layer of protection against fly bites, and can go a long way to keep horses happy and comfortable when out in the pasture. Inside the barn, fans can discourage insects from landing and help keep the stable a fly-free zone.

Whatever method you choose, keep flies under control to have a happy, comfortable summer on your PA horse farm!

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

This little guy, born this spring at Dana Point Farm, is practicing to be America's next great Thoroughbred racehorse. The bay colt, known as Spencer around the barn, is a son of the great racing stallion Wiseman's Ferry, sire if two-time Breeder's Cup winner Wise Dan.

 

 

  Spencer certainly has the bloodlines to be a winner, and will carry on the legacy of his sire.

 

If you are looking for the perfect place to breed and raise horses, consider the beautiful Dana Point Farm in Lenhartsville, PA. Currently listed at $1,150,000, this 60-acre piece of paradise is the ideal location for any equine business. Contact Cindy Stys today for more information. 

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

Durham Township, Kintnersville  -  Announcing a price reduction on 5065 Lehnenberg Rd, a 1 bath, 1 bdrm single story. Now $221,000 - 15% Price Reduction!.

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Eastern Pennsylvania is the ideal place to breed and race Thoroughbred horses. This is thanks in part to the Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association (PHBA) which offers fantastic incentives for owners and breeders of Thoroughbred racehorses in Pennsylvania. Last year $33 million was paid to PA-bred horses through the PHBA, making it one of the most lucrative incentive programs on the East Coast.

In support of breeders, the PHBA will reward the breeders of any PA-bred horse that finishes 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in any Pennsylvania race in 2015. Owners of these horses will also receive a bonus - in fact in 2014, $6 million was paid in owner bonuses alone!

The PHBA will also run 500 PA-bred stakes races in the upcoming year, affording local horses, trainers, and owners even more opportunities to earn bonuses. Horses that were also sired by Pennsylvania stallions will receive additional bonuses.

Pennsylvania racetracks offer 500 race days per year at 3 different tracks, which equals more opportunities to compete and win for PA trainers, breeders, and owners. The sheer number of races offered in PA far outshine any other northeastern state!

To take advantage of this incredible program, all you have to do is register your Pennsylvania-bred Jockey Club registered Thoroughbreds with the PHBA. PA-bred horses have an earnings potential far and beyond that of horses bred in other states, owners and breeders of winning horses in Pennsylvania, and there is no cap on the awards that can be earned through the PHBA.

If you're breeding, training, and racing Thoroughbred horses in the Mid-Atlantic, Pennsylvania is the clear winner when it comes to finding the best place to run your horse racing business.

To learn more about the PHBA and all of the ways you can earn money breeding and racing horses in Pennsylvania, be sure to watch the video attached to this post.

 

 

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

After buying the PA horse property of your dreams and moving yourself and your family into the house, your horses will need to be moved into their new home as well. Moving can be stressful for horses, so it's important to take a few things into consideration before bringing your equine friends home.

Stress can cause stomach ulcers in some horses, and traveling to a new place can definitely be stress-inducing! Dosing your horses with a product such as UlcerGard a few days before moving them to your new farm can go a long way to prevent ulcers during a stressful time.

If you will be getting hay from a new supplier at your PA horse farm, be sure to bring some of your horses' old hay with you when you move. Feed changes should be made gradually, and mixing old hay with the new will help horses adjust to the new supply.

Many horses may also take issue to the taste of the water in a new location. If you own one of these picky drinkers, you may want to try flavoring their water a few days before the move. Add KoolAid or apple juice to their buckets, and once you arrive at their new home, continue adding the tasty flavoring.

When the trailer finally pulls into the driveway, unload your horses and introduce them to their new home! Depending on your horse's personality, they may want to start with a walk around the farm, or perhaps they would rather hang out in a small paddock or stall and take in their new surroundings. In any case, be sure to let your horse settle in at their own pace and try to keep their routine as close to what they are used to as possible.

To keep YOUR stress level to a minimum, be sure your trailer is up to snuff or arrange transportation ahead of time. Pack up all of your equipment ahead of time so that you don't have to worry about your horses' well-being AND forgetting something important! Checklists can be very helpful when taking inventory of and packing your horse equipment.

Moving can be a stressful experience for both humans and horses. By taking some preventative measures before moving day, you can eliminate a good amount of moving-related anxiety. From making sure your horses stay healthy throughout the move to keeping yourself organized, all it takes is a little effort to make bringing your horses home a smooth transition!

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 


Classic Bucks County Farm

• 4,268 sq. ft., 4 bath, 5 bdrm 2 story - $550,000

 -  Wow! 17.75 level acres, currently farmed, is ideal for horses, agriculture, or business. Plenty of room for pastures & riding arena. Property includes 2 outbuildings w/electric, which can be used as storage or workshop. Build your own barn, or convert one of the buildings to suit your needs. The stone home has the classic old country charm of Bucks County. Original section was built in the 1800's & includes wide plank floors, deep window sills, exposed beams, original woodwork & doors common to the era, yet has all the modern conveniences of today. Rooms in home are large, includes plenty of closet space & storage, along with private master suite, first floor laundry & semi-attached in-law suite with it's own entrance. Enjoy entertaining on the rear deck overlooking the in-ground swimming pool in the private fenced yard. All this is located close to shopping & major routes.

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Doylestown, Bucks County  -  Announcing a price reduction on 4648 Curly Hill Road, a 3,400 sq. ft., 3 bath, 4 bdrm colonial on 6+ acres with 2 barns & 3 pastures. Now $678,000 - new price.

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Come out and show your support for the animals of Last Chance Ranch in Quakertown, PA at this year's benefit gala. Trade your barn jeans for a party dress and join the fun! The theme of the April 11, 2015 event will be Boots, Barks, and Bowties, and is sure to be a fun night out for all. From 5pm until 9pm, attendees will enjoy hors d'ouevres, an open bar, live music, and live & silent auctions. All proceeds will go to benefit Last Chance Ranch - an animal rescue that cares for and re-homes pets and livestock of all kinds.

The auctions will be the highlight of the evening, with items ranging from unique trips to sports tickets, artwork, jewelry, and more. There's something for everyone, and you just might be a winner. Be sure to wear your finest cowboy boots under your ballgown - there will be a prize for the attendee wearing the best boots! The Gala will be held at the ArtsQuest Center at the Bethlehem Steel Stacks - a convenient location for supporters living in and around the Lehigh Valley. Tickets are on sale online until April 10, 2015 for $80 per person, or can be bought at the door for $95. Business owners can also purchase ticket packages that include advertising opportunities. To purchase tickets or make a donation, visit the Last Chance Ranch website: http://lastchanceranch.org/.

Located in Quakertown, PA, Last Chance Ranch is a non-profit organization that rescues and rehabilitates horses and other domestic animals. Once the animals receive the medical care and rest that the require, they are adopted out to forever homes, and Last Chance Ranch continues to follow up on them to ensure they are being cared for properly. LCR also educates the community about proper care for horses and companion animals, and provides educational and volunteer opportunities for children. You can become a part of this wonderful work by donating to Last Chance Ranch, or becoming a volunteer. Donations of labor, feed, equipment, or money are always appreciated by the staff and the animals they care for. Last Chance Ranch is a valuable part of the Eastern PA equestrian community, and the work they do is appreciated by so many - both human and animal!

 

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The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
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720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 


$275,000, Land (24 Acres),

Cindy Stys | Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd | 610-849-1790info@cshorseproperties.com |
Union Rd, Quakertown, PA 18951
24 Acre Lot For Sale
Land (24 Acres)
$275,000
Lot Size 24 Acres
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DESCRIPTION

Approved perc & seller is getting permit. Beautifully level and open 24 acre parcel make this land desirable for equestrians or owners of other livestock. Surrounded by horse farms and just 12 miles from the Bucks County Horse Park and 5 miles from Nockamixon State Park this location is ideal for a training stable or stable for the recreational rider. The acreage is preserved and in Act 319. Endless possibilities for the equestrian, hobby farmer, or those who just love the country lifestyle.
Quakertown
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Contact info:
Cindy Stys
Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd
610-849-1790
info@cshorseproperties.com
For sale by Agent/Broker

Posted: Mar 30, 2015, 2:28pm EDT
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