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$569,000

Country Living with Income Producing Possibilities

12.42 acres
1585 Harbourton Rocktown Lambertville NJ 08530  |  Mercer County
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Enjoy country living and income-producing possibilities In the heart of Hopewell Valley on this Circa 1820s farm on 12 open tillable acres surrounded by 300 preserved acres just miles from Princeton a...
Laura Gurreri, Keller Williams Farm and Ranch
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$224,900

12 Acre Horse Farm w/running track & 10 Stalls

11.78 acres
2561 Sheridan Ave Franklinville NJ 08322  |  Gloucester County
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Unique Equestrian Opportunity for fully functional Horse Farm with 10 Stall Barn and Track/Corral. The 4 Bedroom 2 Bath home needs your tender loving care to make this a beautiful home nestled on the ...
Kevin Wallace, MLS Direct Realtors, LLC
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$550,000

14 Acre Horse Farm

14.8 acres
300-308 Toms River Road Jackson NJ 08527  |  Ocean County
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Over 14 acres of beautiful cleared land will be the perfect setting for your farm, be it for horses or other livestock or crop farming. 15-stall well-maintained barn and garage on property. Consists o...
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$1,888,888

Sleigh Run Farm

30.9 acres
909 W End Drive Stillwater NJ 07875  |  Sussex County
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This handcrafted approx. 5,400 /-SF Grand Hilltop Lodge sits on approx. 30.9 /- Scenic Acres of Luxurious & Refined Rustic Living. Features include: Hand Peeled Massive Trusses, Hammered Copper Sinks,...
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$799,000

A Wonderful Blend of History and Horses At an Amazing Price!

32 acres
555 Pittstown Road Pittstown NJ 08867  |  Hunterdon County
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A Wonderful Blend of History and Horses At an Amazing Price! A turn-key equestrian facility located on 32 UNPRESERVED open acres within the heart of Hunterdon Horse Country and within an hour of NYC....
Laura Gurreri, Keller Williams Farm and Ranch
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New Jersey Land Info

Horse farms in the United States represent an industry where horses are required for agricultural, sporting and recreational purposes. A 2005 report estimated that there were over nine million horses throughout the country, residing on everything from Wyoming cattle ranches to Virginia horse stud farms to internationally-renown Kentucky thoroughbred breeding stables. Recreational trail riding is popular throughout the country, while rodeo riding is a nationally televised sport. Texas, California and Florida are the leading horse states.

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