Not Senate Hearing Washington. The OTHER Washington. Literally about as far away from the other Washington as you can get in the contiguous United States. Now we’re talking.
Not every fantasy has to cost an arm and a leg. I mean, this is still way above MY pay grade, but this one is really close to “I could sell a kidney on the for the down payment” territory. I think. It’s been awhile since I checked the black market kidney exchange rate, but I’m feeling lucky today.
This one comes in at a cool $649,900 at the moment, and for what you’re getting, I think it’s a pretty excellent deal.
This 18-acre hideaway on the Olympic peninsula in Washington is the busy equestrian’s perfect daydream. A brand new but rustically designed stone farmhouse, a stunning stone barn with sturdy wood stalls, fresh running water and turnout, and 360 degree views that beat the pants off the space needle itself.
Surrounded by evergreens and dramatic mountains, this little farm is sweet serenity in a perfectly sized package. There’s a dry corral in the center for your easy keepers, and grazing in all directions for everyone else. The barn has all the basic faculties needed for keeping horses and hay as dry as the desert.
If you’re hankering for a proper arena or cross country field, there’s plenty of room to grow and re-design something to fit your exact needs. And those hills are going to be perfect for conditioning, no matter your discipline!
The house is a charmer, too. Built in 2006, it’s got all the modern amenities, but has the spirit of a Little House on the Prairie novel. My favorite kind! And the two-story deck off the back that overlooks the mountains is the absolute selling point of this sweet little number. I would host all the little woodland creatures there for a heck of a Fourth of July party.
There is also a second house for guests, employees, or the coolest, most remote airBnB ever.
You can get more information about this little diddy at the original ReMax listing here.