Finally, the horse property you’ve been dreaming about is available in Barrington Hills. After a half-million dollar renovation, the 5,200 square-foot classic colonial home with 13 rooms will accommodate a large family or make for the perfect venue for hosting all your horse-loving friends.
On the grounds of this gorgeous 5.9-acre property, the renovated four-stall barn offers superior function to complement the outdoor riding arena with several pastures.
409 Three Lakes in Barrington Hills is offered at $1,500,000 by Kim Alden of Baird & Warner, 847-254-5757, [email protected]
At the end of a day of riding, sit in the lovely gazebo for a sundowner while enjoying cocktails and the view with friends and family.
Something Old, Something New
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Homes this truly one-of-a-kind seven-gabled Folk Victorian house in the heart of the Village offers vintage appeal with all the modern amenities.
What makes this property especially noteworthy is that many Barrington-area children began their school life in this charming old house. The tradition was started during the 1930s when Helen Saul opened the first nursery school. Grace and Alva Wirsing then established it as the Hillside Nursery School in 1940 and operated it until their retirement in 1981. It continued to operate as a school under various owners, including Dennis and Carol Allar, until 2005, when Travis and Megan Wiersma purchased and rehabbed it for use as a single-family home once more. Enjoy the best of both worlds in this walk-to-town location.
202 E. Hillside Avenue in Barrington is offered at $567,500 by John Morrison of @properties, 847-409-0297, [email protected]