Equestrian Properties

The Equestrian Lifestyle - A shared spirit that connects everyone who loves horses!

Whether it all started after your first pony ride, a day at the rodeo or horse show or that moment in a horse-themed movie or book, most people who fall in love with horses dream of their perfect horse farm or equestrian estate. Fortunately, in the state of Georgia, and Milton especially, turning that dream into an equestrian lifestyle reality is easy to do.  

Are you looking for:

  • A small equestrian property that includes a quaint home, smaller barn and ample acreage for a single horse or more?
  • A working horse farm that includes a larger barn with more acreage and rings for lessons or pleasure riding?
  • An impressive estate that sits atop rolling green hills overlooking an equally impressive barn and vast acreage?
  • Some raw land to build your own "dream" equestrian property?

Before you even start, it's important to know what to look for before you buy!  You'll need to have a long term plan for your property, a topology that matches your planned use, understand building restrictions, setbacks and more.  A whole lot more!

Our equestrian property specialist, Melinda McBrayer, has the knowledge and experience to answer your questions, put to rest any concerns, and help you navigate the unique process of buying a horse farm or equestrian property.

“If you would like help finding an equestrian property, horse farm or raw land for future plans, it would be my pleasure to help you.

I have been an equestrian myself for a very long time, with two wonderful horses of my own. I love sharing my knowledge, experience and passion for the equestrian lifestyle with others. How can I turn your equestrian lifestyle dream into a reality?”

Melinda McBrayer
Licensed REALTOR®
Equine Property Specialist
Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS)

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Read Melinda’s “Smart Tips For Buying An Equestrian Property”

Other blog posts including:
“What’s The Best Hay For Your Horse?”




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