3977 Clarks Bridge Rd, Gainesville, GA 30506
Sold just last March, the Clarks Bridge Equestrian Estate is 64 acres of beautiful Georgian pasture and wooded space. This estate features a huge horse barn with training area includes climate controlled stalls and computer watering systems. Another fine property from Supreme Auctions.
Here’s what they have to say: “Breathtaking is the only word you’ll use to describe Clarks Bridge Equestrian Estate, a magnificent country escape located in Gainesville, GA. This pristine property provides the seclusion of 64 acres (with additional acreage available*) of green pasture and manicured lawns, yet it is just 45 minutes from the bustling metropolis of Atlanta. Horse lovers will delight in getting in an early morning exercise in the equestrian center before enjoying a cup of coffee on the covered terrace overlooking the zero entry infinity pool in the spacious back garden with expansive views of the land. A smart-home system offers remote access to open the main gate, from your mobile device. This manor home is the perfect location for a vacation getaway or year-round luxury and is offered at Absolute Auction on August 29, 2013 at 2 pm, Selling with No Reserve.
Upon driving through the stone and wrought iron security gate, you begin to get a glimpse of the craftsmanship this equestrian estate offers. Meander down the winding country lane and marvel at the meticulously landscaped grounds, complete with crepe myrtles and natural foliage adjacent to the fenced pastures that envelope each side of the drive. As you approach a fork in the lane, choose the left path of the large, circular driveway and head toward the main manor house, continuing nearly .5 mile through a forested canopy until reaching the centerpiece of the estate. A quaint Tennessee Field stone bridge marks your approach, and the manor house peeks out from the top of the rise to greet you with its stunning craftsman-bungalow architecture and gable style roof complemented with copper chimney caps. Choose to park your car in one of three separate garages or pull through to the stone and brick-covered entryway.”
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