If it’s not clear what you might do with a 20,000-square-foot home that sits on 127 acres and comes with two barns and a 50-foot silo, the address should clue you in that the answer is not “farm.”7 Yearling Path, in Colts Neck, N.J., is being marketed as an “exquisite equestrian estate” that, in addition to all the amenities for horses, comes with some nice perks for humans, too — like marble showers in the 10 bathrooms, a kitchen that can serve 250 people, a gym, and a theater with platform seating.
At the moment, it’s the priciest single-family listing in New Jersey, Marlboro-ColtsNeckPatch reports. The property taxes alone set the current owner back $67,634 in 2012, according to details about the listing, represented by Pamela “Pam” Molloy of Coldwell Banker Holmdel, published by the brokerage. Source: coldwellbankermoves.com
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