Willow Creek Estancia, RSF Covenant Equestrian Estate
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Willow Creek Estancia is a luxury equestrian estate in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe in San Diego, California. Amenities include multiple barns, horse riding trails, a private lake, a tennis court, pool, private arcade game room with bowling alley. The 77-acre property is modeled after the Argentinian Estancias.
Modeled after the ranches of Argentina, Willow Creek Estancia embodies the same relaxed ambiance and passion for horses. The secluded luxury equestrian estate with its own private lake includes multiple residences, barns, and stables on 77 park-like acres carefully pieced together from several different parcels of adjacent property.
The 15,000 SF main residence emulates classic Santa Barbara architecture. Designed by renowned architect Marc Appleton, the luxury equestrian estate celebrates indoor/outdoor living with a spacious airy ambiance, intimate settings, and formal rooms for elegant entertaining. Quality is reflected in every detail of the main residence, as well as the detached 2-bedroom guest home. Just off the main residence, the ultimate recreation building houses an arcade room with a bar, game tables, 2-lane bowling alley, catering kitchen, and separate gym. An additional pool and tennis pavilion provide ample sports and entertainment opportunities.
Outfitted with 28 stalls, multiple grooming stations, a 6-horse walker, and several tack rooms, the “Big Barn” is a gorgeous showpiece of architecture with a fully functional infrastructure including 4 office suites, full kitchen, 4 staff apartments, owner’s quarters, and a private lounge and conference room overlooking the Grand Prix field. Other amenities of the luxury equestrian estate include the “Small Barn” with 7 stalls, tack room, and guest suite, a hay barn built to accommodate an 80 ft. trailer, a separate manager’s home, dressage ring, and several pastures. Meticulously landscaped, the exquisite grounds include rolling lawns, gardens, meandering paths, a wooded park, and 50 ft. tall screening trees for additional privacy.
Listed by Cathy Gilchrist Colmar and Patricia Kramer.