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Breathtaking 40-Acre Country Estate includes a Gorgeous Custom Home, Horse Facilities, and a Fully Finished Outbuilding. Secluded retreat property with ~35 acres of trees that offers a multitude of recreational & outdoor activities. Beautiful details galore in the 9000+ square foot brick & stone home with 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and finished lower level with walkout. High ceilings and open plan. Enjoy the views of nature & wildlife from the porch that spans across the entire front of the house into a built-in gazebo that wraps around to a deck along the entire back – or through the more than 60 Anderson windows & doors (all with custom shades) – or from the 2 upstairs balconies! Entryway has a unique chandelier and an Amish-built circle staircase leading up to a bridge/balcony that overlooks the family room, great room, and kitchen. Floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace (gas or woodburning) in the great room. Kitchen with Cambria counters, dining table with matching Cambria top, Amish-built hickory cabinets with soft close doors & slider drawers, durable hardwood flooring through to dining room and into a large walk-in pantry. Huge master bedroom with private balcony. Master bath has a Jacuzzi, custom shower, also a walk-in closet, 2 sink areas separated by a sitting area, cabinets, and heated toilet seat! All upstairs bedrooms have walk-in closets! Custom paintings by local artist in foyer, dining room, great room, and a bedroom! Lower level is finished with a complete 2nd kitchen area, a 2nd floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace (gas or woodburning), and a 2nd potential laundry area with extra storage, cabinets, counter, and sink. Lower level also has private finished walkout and private stairway exit to garage. Giant bonus room above garage with 4 large dormers – ideal for recreation room, workout facilities, or additional storage. Amish-built 6-panel oak doors & trim throughout. Attached insulated 4-car garage, each bay with an 8×10 overhead door. In-ground fiberglass 10,000-gallon pool with 250,000 btu natural gas heater, sand filter, & salt chlorine generator. Professionally landscaped around house, with brick pavers on pool deck, walkways, and in front of garage. An Entertainer’s Delight for sure! Horse Lovers – this is your Dream Property! Horse Barn (40×64) with 6 horse stalls – each with a drain and 5 with exit doors. Horse Barn also includes a lounge, tack room, insulated main floor, and upstairs haymow with a chute and loading elevator. Riding Arena building (60×120) attaches to the horse barn through an indoor, enclosed insulated hallway/horse wash bay. PVC fencing for pasture is included but not installed. Small Business Owners, Hobbyists, or Do-It-Yourselfers: Fully finished huge Outbuilding (60×120) includes Shop/Storage building with cement floors and a 14′ overhead door. Front half is an insulated 60×60 Shop with heat & A/C, built-in car/truck hoist, drain, loft for more storage, and an enclosed office area. Back half is 60×60 cold storage (also with a loft) that separates from the shop area with both an entry door and a 14′ internal overhead door. The complex has 400-amp service and a commercial-size propane generator so that the house, shop, horse barn, and arena are always running. Geothermal heating & cooling – 2 separate units with 6 zones total. Commercial-grade 3 hp constant pressure well pump. Variable pressure water volume, capable of 28 gpm that services entire complex (house/horse barn/shop/2 outside water hydrants). 2×6 frame construction. ADT security system on all doors & windows and motion sensors throughout. Close to Moraine View State Park, less than 30 minutes from Blm/Normal, and 34 minutes to Rivian. LeRoy school district. Income opportunities include boarding horses, potential for converting ~15 acres to farmland, renting the shop, or renting storage for vehicles/boats/equipment in cold storage shed. Please call the listing broker with any questions regarding showings.

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