Ten-acre Davie ranch has flourishing grounds plus a full equestrian center



Featuring 10 acres of flourishing grounds, this Davie estate is distinguished by its setting and full equestrian center. Located at 2280 SW 154th Ave., Golden Gate Stables is ideal for families and those who enjoy being immersed in nature. The three-bedroom plus den/office, three-bath estate — with a guest house and 15-stall barn — is priced at $2,175,000 and will delight prospective buyers with its modern design that’s blended with traditional accents such as archways, granite finishes and a wood-burning fireplace.

Past a welcoming entryway marked by arching trees, a tiled driveway leads to the home’s glass front doors. Inside, the upgraded residence boasts an open floor plan with spacious bedrooms, inclusive of a master suite with plantation shutters, walk-in closets and a marble-detailed bathroom with a steam shower, dual sinks and a bidet. The estate’s gourmet-style kitchen has been outfitted with granite countertops, an island, fine cabinetry and stainless steel appliances — a Sub-Zero refrigerator and electric stove — as well as a breakfast nook with bay windows. Dining and living spaces are oversize and additional amenities include an office, china cabinets, impact windows and designer built-ins.

Along with a furnished one-bedroom guest house, the property presents comprehensive equestrian quarters, complete with a 15-stall barn with an office and laundry area. Offerings include 16 fenced paddocks for training and an air-conditioned tack room with lockers, saddle racks, and feed and equipment sheds. Looking out onto the equestrian center is a luxurious covered veranda and pool — a suitable area for entertainment, both intimate and grand scale.

To learn more about this amenity-rich property, in a peaceful community with noted schools, contact Kim McAvaney at 954-303-6500.

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