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10 Houses with Incredible Stables

Start thinking about the Kentucky Derby and entering a horse of your own after checking out these stunning stables.

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Fairfield, California Equestrian Facility

This is a two-story facility in Fairfield, California that houses six horse stalls, a large tack room, wash stall, as well as a grooming and wash room. This Southwestern style barn enjoys a gorgeous view of central California. Views like these can rival those of these 50 extremely remote castles.

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Oregon City Home and Equestrian CenterDC Building

Home and Equestrian Facility

DC Builders is a firm based outside of Portland, Oregon that specializes in designing and building barns, barn homes and equestrian facilities. Sometimes they combine them like this 36,290-square-foot home and equestrian facility in Oregon City, Oregon. Included in this home/horse barn is a six stall barn with multiple grooming and wash areas.

The home is 5,000-square-feet with skylights, handcrafted timber trusses, an open concept modern kitchen and a large balcony that overlooks the riding arena. Some people don’t like open concept homes. Find out the reasons why people dislike open concept homes.

Check out more of the home at DC Builders.

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Santa Ynez Horse Barn

This gorgeous horse barn in Santa Ynez, California is a seven-stall barn that includes a powder room, laundry room, tack room, grooming stall and an office. There is also a one-bedroom caretaker apartment that has a kitchen, bathroom and covered patio. There’s a lot of Douglas Fir and cedar wood used throughout the barn for a cool look.

Check out a table made from Douglas Fir that would fit in perfectly at this barn.

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Last Chance Ranch

Last Chance Ranch in West Linn, Oregon is a timber-framed barn that used canyon gold lumber, along with 4-inch thick Columbia basalt wainscoting. There’s copper flashing on the exterior and Brazilian hardwood inside the four-stall barn. Check out the cupola, which has motorized windows. Inside there’s also a rustic-looking pool table for a little recreation. These are some really cool game rooms sure to make you jealous.

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Customized Cupolas

This barn out in Bluemont, Virginia features three custom cupolas for a neat design. The Dutch doors make it stand out, as well as the beautiful stone veneer. If you love the look of barn wood, here are the six best places to find barn wood.

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Custom Horse Barn and Apartment

Over in Unionville, Pennsylvania, Precise Buildings put together a charming custom barn and apartment. Precise worked with the owners to install family heirloom fireplaces, custom stalls, powder coated sliding doors and a standing seam metal roof. There are also three little balconies perfect for adding planters. If you want to get gardening on the balcony, make sure you learn these 10 balcony gardening tips.

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Custom Pleasure Barn

This barn built by Precise Buildings, matches the colors of the home and has one cool weathervane on top. Precise Buildings used Hardie plank siding, a stone veneer and custom, handcrafted cedar doors for the four-stall barn. There is a second story hay loft, a poly wash stall and an automatic watering system.

Cedar looks great for a number of things, like this bench or this potting bench.

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Vet’s Horse Barn

DC Builders completed this 36-foot barn for a veterinarian in Washington. It has four stall, two gabled dormers, a tack room, a 12-foot by 24-foot workshop and some custom light fixtures for an elegant touch.

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Woodside Horse Barn

Cedar looks great on barns and this all-wood barn in Woodside, California certainly shows that. The five-stall barn features pine-covered ceiling and timber trusses on the gable ends. Love the look of a rustic barn door? Here’s one way to get the look of a rustic barn door in your home.

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Taos Barn Living Quarters

This barn in Taos, New Mexico features an upstairs living quarters that is pretty luxurious looking. This barn with upstairs living quarters has a 1/2 bath and has solar powered radiant heat in the slab. It’s a 36-foot apartment with some cozy touches. The barn itself has four stalls and Dutch doors with a 12-foot by 24-foot tack room.