White Oak, N.C. — On Friday, Nov. 12, a luxury equestrian farm sitting on 350 acres just outside of Fayetteville will be auctioned and sold to the highest bidder.
A combination of living space, horse barns and farmland, the property, named Butler Farm, features an 11,200-square-foot home with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It is in White Oak, about 30 miles south of Fayetteville.
The home appears beautifully decorated, featuring a spiral staircase, elaborate master bedroom and marble foyer. According to the listing, interiors are “classical and elegant in design but are easily adaptable to a more modern style, if desired.”
The 30,000 sq. ft. main barn includes 66 horse stalls, a covered arena, groom’s quarters and laundry and break rooms.
There are four additional outbuildings, including a breeding barn, a mare isolation barn a halter schooling barn and open-air pavilion.
Additionally, there are six wells and 10 ponds. The main barn has access to county water.
Photos of the listing online show manicured grounds and grassy fields surrounding the estate.
The property, built in 1998, was originally for sale for $8 million, but it will now be sold to the highest bidder through Platinum Luxury Auctions. More information on the auction can be found online.
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