Have you ever dreamed about owning a 20-acre, oceanside Mediterranean-style mansion complete with a 10-acre polo field and extensive equine facilities? Well here is the listing for you, a California equine luxury estate.
November 16-19 the picture perfect California residence is set to be auctioned via Concierge Auctions. The property originally was listed at $65 million.
A Peek Inside
The main residence contains a mere six bedrooms, eight full bathroom and a 5,000-bottle wine cellar. Complete with a tasting room of course. The house also hold a private ballroom, a secret garden in the master suite and a private ballroom.
There is also an infinity pool, rooftop hot tub, Japanese and English-style gardens, duck ponds and a four-car garage. Additionally there is enough outdoor parking for up to 100 cars.
If the inside of the house is not decadent enough for your taste, the locale may be. The property is located at Look Point Beach and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The 20-acre property is located in Summerland, California, near Montecito.
“We built our property with the ultimate in privacy and amenities in mind,” owner Patrick Nesbitt, said in a statement. “While we have enjoyed it for many years, [we] are looking forward to downsizing and moving onto new ventures.”
Moving on to the “extensive” equine facilities. The property has an over 10 acre polo field in addition to quarters for horses are riders. The estate also encompasses a 17 horse barn, trails throughout the property and an equestrian sculpture. What else could you want on your California equine estate?
A “true equestrian” will find the ground “equipped with the best and most essential amenities,” says listing agent Rodrigo Iglesias. Rick Hilton, who is a member of the Hilton Hotel family, shares the listing.
“Unmatched privacy, combined with your very own polo club and stables next to the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, makes this a dream home for any fan of the sport of kings,” Mr. Iglesias said. “This is the best of both equestrian luxury and proximity to Montecito and Santa Barbara.”
Oh, and the California equine estate was the set for Britney Spears’ 2009 video “Radar.”