Horse Lovers ONLY

5800 125th Lane NE, Kirkland, WA 98033

Do you like to engage in staring contests with horses?

5800 125th Lane NE, Kirkland, WA 98033

Or ride your tractor around in circles in the dirt?

5800 125th Lane NE, Kirkland, WA 98033

Does this photo have some sort of meaning to you?

5800 125th Lane NE, Kirkland, WA 98033

Are the horse stalls your dream location for serious business meetings?

Have we got a listing for you!

And just five million dollars! What a bargain!

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Marty E.

Naked Loon Editor-in-Chief

9 Comments on "Horse Lovers ONLY"

  1. C’mon, everyone knows that Equestian Surfaces Pinnacle is laser-graded for minimal concussion and maximum viscoelastic rebound!

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  2. Obsessive or not, this is a lovely facility. If I were a horse, I’d consider myself lucky to live there. Being a human, I’d still consider myself lucky, if I were the horse-crazy sort. It’s a great business and a fulfilling lifestyle *if* one’s not averse to hard work 24/7/365 (or paying someone for it).

    Lots of pics of the horse areas, so we know that’s nice. Not as many pics of the owner’s apartment, but from what we can see it, too, looks nice, as do the offices. Lots of windows for natural light, decent amount of space, and the stone building at the heart of it all is lovely.

    My only complaint (if I were going to be the one living there, which I’m not) would be having to look out onto a parking lot from my living quarters. Sure, it’s nice to see who’s coming up the drive and whether my employees have actually shown up for work, but I’d also want a private area that’s not all about The Business. But that’s me. And I’m not the owner. Maybe the truly obsessed don’t want a moment away from All.Horses.All.The.Time.

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  3. @Steve: Greetings Steve! Sooo… are you a horse aficionado or did you have a look-see at their advertising page? ;) :D

    (BTW, if your the former… just what the heck is that stuff?!)

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  4. @Emerald63 – I just googled it and cut-and-pasted some of their marketing copy. No idea what it means!

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  5. Being a horse person, the house is way on the back burner when looking for horse property. I want it!

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  6. Emerald63 | April 4, 2014 at 2:31 PM |

    @Steve: LOL!!

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  7. Emerald63 | April 4, 2014 at 2:33 PM |

    @K: Right. I am now looking directly at myself and saying “DUR!” (Kind of a combo of Duh! and D’oh!) So… could you tell I’m not a horse person, lol? I mean, I like them – they’re beautiful animals – but I don’t ride, let alone own or train them. ‘Kay… I’ll just shut up now…

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  8. @Steve: …and Steve geek-slaps ’em for the win! Well done, you. :D

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  9. Okay, this property is gorgeous! A lot of upkeep work, and a size that is hard to keep up in this economy, but gorgeous! Not seeing any pictures of the wooded pasture, though, which does concern me. Size and quality of the pasture can make a huge difference!

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