Unmatched Equestrian Estate

Unmatched Equestrian Estate
568 White Oak Dr Santa Rosa, California 95409 United States

$17,000,000
Incomparable equestrian estate bordering Sonoma County’s premier polo fields, located in the Valley of the Moon. The property overlooks breathtaking views of the pristine polo fields, surrounding hills and mountain ranges. Just a stone’s throw...
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Charles Lamp
CalBRE# 858966
Phone: +1 707.935.2513
Phone: +1 707.939.2230
722 Broadway
Sonoma, California 95476 United States
$17,000,000
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Price / Sq. Ft.:
$3,400
4
Bedrooms
4
Full Baths
1
Partial Baths
5,000 Sq Ft.
Interior
12.96 Acres
Exterior
Single Family Home
1999
Year Built
65MQ6B
Web Id
1190466
MLS ID
Rincon Valley Union Elementary
School District
332
days ago

About 568 White Oak Dr

Incomparable equestrian estate bordering Sonoma County’s premier polo fields, located in the Valley of the Moon. The property overlooks breathtaking views of the pristine polo fields, surrounding hills and mountain ranges. Just a stone’s throw away from some of Sonoma Valley’s most famed vineyards, the setting is magical. Situated amongst rolling pastures of a remarkable equestrian facility, the estate offers a grand main residence overlooking a serene pond, generous guest house, gorgeous pool and spa, stone-clad pool house and caretaker’s cottage. Reminiscent of a traditional farmhouse, the main residence maintains timeless aspects such as field stone chimneys; cedar shingles, a traditional gabled roof and dormer windows that capture the essence of the original development of the traditional farm buildings that were first on the property. Featuring the crème de la crème of equestrian facilities to include: two barns to collectively board twenty-plus horses, a 65-foot round lunging hall constructed of pine and cedar shingles, lighted outdoor arena, jumping arena, turn-out paddock and multiple pastures. Each barn includes tie stalls, hot/cold showers, heat lamps throughout and cushioned rubber matting flooring. A hot walker accommodates four to five horses at a time with three tie stalls in close proximity. A custom hollowed out rock serves as a water trough, with the water remaining cool all hours of the day. The immaculately landscaped grounds include a perennial walk with a variety of gardens and native plantings, such as lavender, roses and azaleas. An assortment of trees decorate the grounds, not limited to olive, elm, maple, sycamore and redwood as well as pear, nectarine, persimmon, peach and apple