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906104-1703A


Carol Shuttleworth Carol@the-breg.com


Direct: 760.522.2267 CalBRE#00975901


Carol Shuttleworth


California Equestrian Properties


Patti Newton Patti@the-breg.com


Patti Newton


Direct: 760.415.3450 CalBRE#02005655


We are moving properties! We have buyers looking for horse properties and estates.


Give us a call for a complimentary evaluation of your property and to list with us today!


Congratulations to our buyers on their purchase of this beauti- ful Vista/Bonsall equestrian training facility! This highly desirable, quiet and secluded 10.25-acre property off ers a pristine 2 bedroom/1 bath home with vaulted ceilings, hardwood fl oors, sunroom and loft. Park-like setting within an established equestrian neighborhood and has access to San Luis Rey trails. Meticulously maintained facility is zone for a public training, boarding or breeding business. Amenities include a 10-stall Castlebrook Barn, 2 tack rooms, 2 grooming stalls, a 12-stall mare motel, lighted arena, round pen, and 3 large turnouts/ pastures. Off ered at $1,025,000


This Elfi n Forest property entered escrow in less than 30 days! Five-acre property in the desirable Elfi n Forest equestrian communi- ty, located approximately 7 miles from the coast. Perfect for horses, you can ride off the property onto the extensive trail system which can take you to Olivenhain, Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, or Escon- dido trail systems. Cape Cod-style home is very well built. Off ered at $850,000


Congratulations to our buyers on their purchase of this beautiful property in Vista/Bonsall.


Congratulations to our Elfi n Forest client on the purchase of her new home in Escondido!


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