Monday Video: Run, Don’t Walk, to See Historic Runnymede Farm

You know we love to ogle over a gorgeous farm every once in a while, and here’s the latest: the beautiful and historic Runnymeade Farm located in North Hampton, New Hampshire.

Originally built in the 1920’s to be a dairy farm before transitioning to an equestrian estate under the Fuller Family, Runnymeade’s history is rooted in Thoroughbred racing and was home to 45 stakes-winning horses in it’s hey-day, including the disqualified winner of the 1968 Kentucky Derby, Dancer’s Image, and the champion 3-year-old filly of 1985, Mom’s Command.

This 6+ acre property boasts expansive paddocks, a twelve stall barn with additional out buildings, an outdoor ringing ring, and some infrastructure already in place for a future indoor arena (which, trust me, you’re going to want in New Hampshire) all for a cool $5.2 million. Surely you could squeeze a few cross country jumps onto the property somewhere as well.

It’s real estate listings like these that make those Mega Millions tickets so darn enticing! You can check out the full listing and photo gallery here.

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