The aerial view of this beautiful horse farm shows a long, winding driveway that carries visitors past fenced paddocks for horses to the main house. Past the main house toward the back of the property, another set of fenced paddocks and connected barn area provide even more space for the horses to roam.
The aerial view of the main house showcases all the elements of the outdoor space. From the swimming pool to the courtyard to the expansive back patio, this home's outdoor living area has something for everyone and every occasion.
This farm in Sunderland, Ontario includes spectacular landscaping in every corn of its 160 acres, including a 5,000 sq. ft. organic produce garden, horse barn, log cabin, root cellar, spring fed pond and waterfall. The horse barn features a red, tin roof and is professionally landscaped and maintained.
With the farm's most recent renovation, the humans aren't the only ones who get a new, elegant space. The homeowners' equine friends got seven new fenced in paddocks for more space to run free, a new, larger barn area, as well as riding trails that wind throughout the property.
Rough-hewn wood warms the modernized interior of this 1970s-era colonial home. The natural, understated color palette echoes the neighboring horse farms, brining the outdoors in and highlighting the home's colorful artwork.
Modern furniture with clean lines balance the rusticity in this cottage located on a Connecticut horse farm. Bare windows and open passages between rooms let ample natural light flow throughout the home, keeping it bright and airy in spite of the darker walls.
Built as a caretaker's cottage on a Connecticut horse farm, this home now serves as a guest cottage, Airbnb rental and a private retreat for the property owner. Rust red exterior paint gives the house a subdued touch of color for an updated take on traditional barn red.