Do you love horses and dream about getting away from it all? This week's featured listing is for you!

Located just 35 miles from D.C., this week's property is an incredible combination of country living and a turn-key business opportunity. This equestrian paradise is located at 16021 Partnership Road in Poolesville and is just minutes from all the shops and restaurants of Potomac.

It has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a powder room in addition to a full stable, indoor paddock, and over 14 acres of level pasture land. It is currently on the market for $2,100,000 and is listed by Long and Foster Real Estate.

horse farm, aerial view

The coolest thing about the house is that it is actually two houses, built in 2005 and 2009, seamlessly blended to create one gigantic living space. The newer part of the home was built with endless views of the property. Every single room is designed with large windows or glass doors to bring in the natural light. Luxurious materials were used throughout, like natural stones, distressed timber beams, and hardwood floors.

open concept

The kitchen is a unique open plan with access to the counter space from all sides. Can you imagine how nice it would be to not bump into your kitchen helpers when you're cooking a big family meal? It has a wine cooler, stainless steel appliances, and a gas range.


The fully finished basement has an enormous space for just about any use you can think of. Rainy days are no problem when you've got that much room for indoor games. There's even a home theater room on that level!


home theater

Here you can see how the two houses fit together. The original home is smaller and timber-framed for that rustic look. With its own kitchen and bedrooms, it's like having a separate guest house, complete with extra bedrooms.

house, mansion

house, interior

The stable is simply immaculate. Designed in the style of the main house, it is a beautiful outbuilding that blends in seamlessly. All it needs is your horses!



The indoor paddock is the perfect place to exercise your horses or give equestrian lessons. You could easily set up an entire dressage jumping course here for specialized programs as well. The property was truly created with some sort of equestrian business enterprise in mind. No expense was spared in the construction of these outbuildings.

exercise ring, horses

horse ring

In addition to everything you've seen, there are many cool features of the property like a complete solar array, generators to make the property self-sufficient in storms, and a four-car garage. This home simply has everything you could ever want and even things you didn't know you needed. You could easily create a thriving horse farm business with the existing framework or just enjoy the property for yourself. 


**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Long and Foster Real Estate.

For more information, or to schedule a viewing of the property, check out the original listing.

What would you do to make this incredible property your family home? Add a pool to the backyard? Put in an organic garden? Leave us a comment and let us know your thoughts!