Wellington, FL – In 2013, Platinum Luxury Auctions has consistently offered elite, equestrian properties via luxury auction, and the upcoming Wild Orchid Stables equestrian estate on December 7, 2013 is another spectacular opportunity for savvy connoisseurs of the equestrian lifestyle. The property, once listed for $6.5 million, will now be sold to the highest bidder at or above the $2.75 million reserve price. Wild Orchid Stables is a rare combination of upscale equestrian facilities and exquisite living quarters, and is located within a short distance of the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, Florida. Platinum’s Director of Operations, David Enriquez, commented, “Much of what we see is very lopsided in the horse property world. Many of these properties have incredible horse facilities, but then their residential structures are modest at best. Wild Orchid Stables is a sanctuary for both humans and horses.”
Located in the gated, equestrian community of Homeland, Wild Orchid Stables is complete with a luxurious, 5-bedroom home and a pastoral paradise for horses. The estate is a homebuilder’s private residence and was therefore designed with meticulous attention to detail. Situated on 15-acres, the property includes a separate guesthouse, a resort-style pool with swim-up wet-bar, an oversized garage and a professional-grade fitness center (convertible to 12 stalls), a 200-foot by 100-foot riding arena, six paddocks, a stocked pond, private lake frontage, and a top-of-the-line Crestron system for the home’s electronic controls.
Platinum and cooperating listing agent Matt Johnson of Illustrated Properties will host viewings of Wild Orchid Stables every Thursday through Sunday until the December 7th live auction.
Platinum Luxury Auctions is a nationally prominent auction firm headquartered in Miami, Florida that specializes in the sale of unique and distinguished properties. In February of 2013, Platinum and Mr. Johnson joined forces to produce the nearly $7 million sale of Wellington’s Two Swans Farm. The firm then went on to successfully manage two additional equestrian properties during the summer months, one in California and another in Florida.
“We really enjoy working in the luxury horse property sector, and expect to have continued success in that arena,” stated Trayor Lesnock, Platinum’s president and founder.