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6950 N River Valley Drive Peoa UT 84061

MLS Number: UT431548
Price : $2,720,000
Sold Price : Undisclosed*
Type: N/A
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Acreage : 21.24
State: Utah
County: Summit
Status: Active
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*Listing currently in a Nondisclosure State

With 460+ ft. of private shoreline on the Weber River and 8 ponds (designed by an Emmy-winning entertainment/fishing expert), this spectacular property features over 17 acres fenced for immediate equestrian use and 5 acres for construction of a stunning home and guest house. Nestled between 4 large pastures and four paddocks, the property's crown jewel is a well-appointed and architect-designed horse barn. The barn is heated and fully insulated. The barn construction incorporates insulated concrete forms, Wolf Creek moss rock masonry, Corten(r) steel roof, and Euclid Timber Frame construction. Inside, a gorgeous warming room with flat screen TV and gas fireplace, bathroom, and separately keyed tack and feed room provide comfort and convenience for the most discerning equestrian. The barn is appointed with interlocking rubber pavers made of recycled material in the 14'-wide main aisle for safety while the horses are cross-tied or entering or exiting their stalls. It has 6 14' x 14' stalls, which include Premier Equestrian(r), black, powder-coated, steel stall fronts with French door centers, Dutch doors on the exterior stall walls for air flow and separate egress, rotating feeders, and Soft Stall(r) spray-sealed high-density foam floors for equine comfort and hygiene. The barn operates off-grid via an Outback(r) inverter system with south-facing photovoltaic solar panels. A new-in-box, indoor, automatic fly spray system is also included for future installation. Behind the barn, the ~60' x 120' sand arena includes moisture-retention additives for riding quality and dust minimization. Bold railroad ties and Centaur HTP fencing enclose the pastures and paddocks. Two large run-ins, with matching Corten(r) steel roofs are situated in the front pastures to provide shelter for horses. The hay storage barn is wrapped in rips from the Great Salt Lake Train Trestle. The rear paddocks and the large run-in are prepped for shed roof additions to provide cover for horses and farm equipment.



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