The beauty of an equestrian property
In many parts of the world, an equestrian property is among the most sought-after homes. The same can be said around these parts. The Boise region and its snowy summits, sandy dunes, natural wonder and endless beauty never get old. An equestrian property fits perfectly like a puzzle piece next to Boise’s spectacular landscapes and sweeping skyscapes.
Living alongside earth’s most magnificent creatures on a rolling hill landscape or secluded pasture can inject new excitement and purpose to everyday life. Whether you grew up riding horses or picked up the hobby later in life, there’s nothing that can compare to living on a property that’s designed specifically for this incredible lifestyle.
An equestrian property is planned development with plenty of land for a horse to live and play. Residents will enjoy shared trails and networks to get around and explore with one another.
Beyond the network for getting around, equestrian land is also used for grazing and feeding. Residents are authorized by local planning authorities to engage in various activities that relate to equestrian life. A balance of grazing, riding, rugging, teaching and homing create the perfect mixture of proper land use and enjoyment for years to come.
An equestrian property allows for permanent residential use and fixtures that benefit horses, such as barns, stables, shelters and arenas. Typically, these features must be approved by local planning.
Benefits of an equestrian property
In virtue of the swath of space it requires, an equestrian property will add value to the home if you decide to sell. The natural beauty of the Boise region is always appealing and marketable. Over time, the land the property occupies will increase in value. In addition, all the amenities and equestrian facilities on site will also garner increased value. These two factors will protect your long-term investment.
What’s more, owning an equestrian property is an opportunity to profit. If the property includes many stalls, for example, owners have the capacity to open their land for equestrian estate boarding.
Your love for horses will make it easy to invite other like-minded individuals to share in the space you’ve created and nourished. As a lucrative business venture, you and your family have a chance to not only build wealth but also further engage in your passion with others. Before you get started, it’s advisable to consult with local ordinances and real estate professionals about your grand plans for a community equestrian estate.
Beyond the potential for profit in the now and in the future, an equestrian property is an excellent investment of the heart. As a horse enthusiast, you likely spent many nights dreaming of a property that was so accommodating. Owning an equestrian property places you in the middle of that dream. Horses are within arm’s reach, adventurous rides over rugged land are just a few steps away from your doorstep. Other sports, like jumping, racing and polo are as accessible as they’ve ever been. But most of all, the love and companionship of your beloved horses will be forever.
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