The historic Runnymede Farm is an extraordinary part of Seacoast history. Originally owned by MA Governor Alvin Fuller, Runnymede Farm is located on the south side of Atlantic Avenue in North Hampton on the banks of Little River, an estuary that provides access to the Atlantic Ocean. The Farm originally included over 200 acres of land where, Peter Fuller, a well-known businessman, philanthropist and thoroughbred expert bred and kept horses there until the early 1980s. During this time Fuller owned the famous, albeit contentious, 1968 Kentucky Derby Winner Dancers Image. This offering constitutes the substantial working equestrian Farm at Runnymede. The Farm is comprised of a 4080 sf barn, 3000 sf caretaker residence, expansive paddocks, a riding/jumping arena and other high-end equestrian amenities. The barn boasts 12 stalls, a central hay drop, bathing bay with hot and cold water, heated tack room, office, kitchen and two 1/2 baths. There is an outdoor kitchen and fire pit to enjoy during the Seacoast s warmer 3 seasons. An additional 1150 sf barn provides additional equestrian possibilities and storage. In addition, significant infrastructure has been upgraded to provide for a potential indoor riding ring or for a potential estate lot. There are endless opportunities for an equestrian facility and a sizable riverfront estate lot at this iconic property.
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