Most people who are browsing through lists of Canadian properties for sale probably know exactly what they are looking for. Horse-lovers, for example, have uncommon demands, but they will be happy to find that there are quite a number of properties currently up for sale in various parts of Canada providing equestrian facilities.
The even better news is that you don’t necessarily have to pay a hefty sum in order to have access to horse-riding facilities anymore. Thanks to Canadian real estate’s impressive diversity, low-priced cottages with simple paddocks and multi-million dollar luxury homes with high quality riding arenas can both be found in the market right now.
Take a look at 5 examples of properties for sale in Canada with equestrian facilities, located in different parts of the country and with a wide range of price tags:
#1 10100 Yablonski Road 108N, North West Manitoba, $269,900
Kicking off our list is the most budget-friendly home of the bunch, in the form of a 35-acre private property situated in the Wekusko Falls Provincial Park real estate market in North West Manitoba. The welcoming house has been renovated just recently and is in move-in-ready condition. The oversized barn adjacent to the home offers ample storage space and boasts a large loft area, which could be the perfect place for social gatherings and entertaining guests. The lower level features stalls that can house up to 8 horses. The entire lot is fenced and cross-fenced.
#2 Ituna Acreage, Ituna Bon Accord, Saskatchewan, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, $399,000
This next property is a piece of East Central Saskatchewan real estate and can be found near the small town of Ituna, on a secluded lot a mile off the highway. The massive 160-acre property comes with plenty of pastures, a chicken house, livestock waterers, a storage shed and a straight wall shed, providing ideal conditions for setting up a cattle business or a horse-riding facility. Besides all these fantastic features, we shouldn’t forget about the 3-bedroom, 3-bath home boasting nearly 1,600 square feet of living space. Its oversized wooden deck is dotted with sun loungers, its enclosed patio has a hot tub, and its many other amazing interior features will surely be highly appreciated by the new proprietors.
#3 3208 Veysey Road, Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, $789,500
Located in the Fairmont Hot Springs real estate market in East Kootenay, this stunning 4-bedroom, 3-bath home has plenty going for it. Sitting on almost 20 acres, and with a pond, pastures and forested areas, country living at its finest and wonderful mountain views can be enjoyed here. The 2,242-square-foot home has some spacious rooms, which any new owner could turn to their advantage by bringing their own furniture and decorating in their own style. But don’t spend too much time inside, because the gorgeous lot has plenty to offer, including a barn, a tack room and the potential for equestrian facilities.
#4 1486 Upper Dwyer Hill Road, Ottawa, Ontario, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, $975,000
Next on our list is a lovely 100-acre private property in the Carp real estate market in south-western Ottawa. It features a generous 4-bedroom, 3-bath bungalow-style home, with a stunning rec room, a high-end kitchen with new appliances, vaulted ceilings, 2 oversized fireplaces and other decorative elements. The lot boasts a plethora of pastures along with mature trees and shrubs, offering plenty of privacy. The 3-car heated garage is an additional asset, as are the well-kept paddocks and the large stable which has 4 stalls for horses.
#5 8295 Radium Gold Course Road, East Kootenay, British Columbia, 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, $2,290,000
Concluding our list is this extravagant piece of Radium Hot Springs real estate, which is described as the “premier retreat acreage for sale in Canada’s Rocky Mountains.” One of its greatest assets is its proximity to important amenities, while still simultaneously letting you feel that you are far away from the stresses of life. The 1,755 square-foot, 2-bedroom, 3-bath residential listing is a log home but with a modern twist, and offers scenic views over the nearby valley. There are no fewer than 53 acres of land that come with the property, including forests and pastures. There is plenty of potential here to graze and look after horses.
It seems that the Canadian real estate market is as diverse as it ever was, with varied price tags, different styles of accommodation and varying levels of equestrian facilities for people who are looking for them. Which property of those described here would you prefer for keeping and riding horse? Share your views in the comments section below and keep on browsing for even more options!