Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — May 10 - 23, 2013 — A M id A tlantic R eal E state J ournal A uctions


REAM RIDGE, NJ —Amajestic southern Colonial manor and Horse farm and trophy home on 128 preserved acres Max Spann to hold auction for Equestrian estate in Monmouth County, New Jersey C

comprising 40 acres (with room for an additional 40 acres) and a bridle path lead- ing to a half-mile racetrack complete the estate. “This is a rare opportunity in the Garden State,” Spann said. “Anyone looking at this property will be stunned by the long, winding driveway passing by the picturesque barns, the pastoral pond and the breathtaking views of this equestrian estate.” For more information about this and other Max Spann auctions, visit their website. n

working thoroughbred horse farm located in one of the most desirable locations in New Jersey will be sold this spring — just in time for a new owner to settle in for the warm weather. Max Spann Real Estate and Auction Co. will hold the onsite auction on June 12, 2013 at 2 p.m. at 36 Emleys Hill Road in the CreamRidge section of Freehold Twp. On- site property previews will take place fromnoon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. onWednesday, May 29 and from noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 2. Low Meadow Farm, a pure horse farm and trophy home on 128 preserved acres, fea- tures lush pastures and ma- ture woods — all within driving distance to shopping, NJTransit, the Jersey Shore and other regional ameni- ties. “The secluded southern plantation feel is warm and inviting to friends and fam- ily,” said Max Spann, Jr., president and CEO of the firm. The four-bedroom manor house features a grand foyer, red oak flooring throughout, a formal dining room and living room. The master bed- room features a fireplace, a separate dressing room, and a master bathroomwith step- up whirlpool tub. A finished basement includes a den with bar, sauna, and exercise room. “This is the perfect house for hosting both intimate and larger functions,” Spann said. “The spacious farm kitchen with modern appliances, oversized cabinets, an island, loads of counter space and a breakfast area will not only functionally provide for you and your family, but also for your guests.” However, “the house is just the beginning,” Spann said. Step outside and find bucolic Monmouth County at its very best. In addition to the vast acreage, Low Meadow Farm boasts an impressive eques- trian estate that includes 24 horse stalls with a cypress sided horse barn and matted stalls, a feed room, office, and an apartment with an indoor 37-foot by 47-foot exercise area. Six, large paddocks



Before you talk to our auction professionals, listen to our clients. The AmeriBid system of creating liquidity from real estate assets is quite simply the fastest and greatest return... At least that is what our clients tell us:

“The AmeriBid team was the best possible sales team one could wish for.” - Theodora Von Auersperg

“The marketing campaign was very aggressive, efficient and right on target. The auction team could not have been

more professional.” - Michel Pharaon

“I made over $50,000 on my last sale with AmeriBid and we closed it 30 days from the auction.” - Greg Ganczkow

“The accomplishment of selling and closing 117 properties is a tribute to the hard work of AmeriBid.” - Jeff Hebert

Scan here to find out how AmeriBid can

help you with your next auction. ameribid.com/sellers | 877.895.7077

Made with FlippingBook HTML5