Discover Country Living on a Miniature Horse Farm in Lexington
A miniature horse farm does not not necessarily have to be for the miniature breeds. A small horse farm can have regular sized horses. However due to space considerations, owners may be limited to smaller quantity of horses. Miniature horse farms can come fully-equipped with equipment or not depending on the property. A seasoned real estate agent can work with buyers to find the perfect property.
Miniature Horse Farm and Lifestyle Considerations
Owning a miniature horse farm is a dream for many people. Additionally, for people who want to be close to the city for work or other recreation will find that the proximity of many mini horse farms is ideal for maintaining a dual lifestyle. Living on a miniature horse farm can deliver elements of the city and also the country.
The upkeep of a small farm is less intense than maintaining a larger property, but it still involves plenty of labor, time, and the right amount of equipment to ensure that the horses are properly cared for. Choosing a property with the right acreage will help guide your selection of a horse farm so that you do not become overwhelmed with caring for your home, the land surrounding it and most importantly, your horses. Horses require space to roam and plenty of exercise, however, with even a small farm this is all still possible with the right layout.
Small horse farms may be pre-owned or newly built. The type of property that you choose, will largely be a matter of preference. The prices vary and a realtor can work with you to determine the best value for your money. Also, consider the human living quarters and what features you desire for your home, the style of architecture, number of bedrooms and bathrooms you’ll need to support your family or added staff as well as location. Location is of course, everything when it comes to finding a beautiful horse farm to settle in.
Contact K2 Group to find out how they can help you find the mini horse farm of your dreams.