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Approximately 5 minutes from the El Dorado and Empire Polo clubs, and approximately 15 minutes from the HITS horse show entry, this is a true working farm. It has been thoughtfully set up for efficiency and functionality. What a beautiful place to train your horses, operate a boarding facility, or any other equestrian enterprise. Because the farm is slightly elevated, the mountain views are truly panoramic. Mesmerizing Santa Rosa’s to the West, sweeping to the Chocolate Mountain range to the North and East.  This farm is one of the largest parcels located on the La Quinta border of Coachella, and so close to the famous Coachella Music Festival (Empire Polo) grounds.  A perfect location for future development, and across Avenue 53 from the incredible Luxury Vacation resort, Villa Zenyara.

Property Details

Zoned A-1-20, the entire farm is approximately 77 acres.  The perimeter of the farm is entirely fenced with 6′ chain-link. There are two gated entries: one is off Avenue 53, and the second is off Jackson St.
All pastures and paddocks are fenced with railroad ties for posts, and 4″ x 2″ non-climb wire fencing. The pastures are double gated on either north or south ends, and single gated at the opposite ends. There are also gates in between pastures, allowing for easy accessibility to move horses, personnel, and equipment.
27 pastures in total, 15 of them have 27 foot diameter Palapas for shade. Others offer trees for shade, and there are several smaller padtocks as well.
The entire ranch has one canal water meter, supplying 12″ water lines leading to 8″ valves for irrigation of all pastures. There are two lined reservoirs fed by the same irrigation lines. These reservoirs have been stocked in the past with Bass and Bluegill, and some catfish and carp have come in through the irrigation lines. Catch & Release at its’ most challenging!
City water is on-site for potable water. CVWD has been contacted to explore the possibility and cost, of a second, or even third water meter, for domestic water lines
There is one electric meter located on a pole inside the ranch, and high speed wiring is under Jackson St.  There are three mobile homes on the farm, one of which is permitted. The farm is zoned for four in total, with one per 20 acre parcel.
The track is approximately 7/8 mile around, and the footing is a thoughtful mixture of shavings, manure, compost, and sand.
Tamarisk trees provide a fantastic windbreak. They run approximately a half mile on both Northern, and Western perimeters of the property. The trees are topped and trimmed bi-annually.
The 20+/-acres on the western perimeter of the farm, is currently set up with large, individually shaded stalls, turnout paddocks, and an irrigated stick and ball field. The track encircles this parcel.
The 20+/-acres on the Eastern side of the property is currently set up with six large pastures, each with a shade Palapa. This parcel is surrounded by interior perimeter roads, which are INSIDE the security fence.
The central 40+/-acres, are currently set up as the living and operating portion of the ranch. The three mobile homes, several storage containers, and the hay storage is located on this parcel.

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