56217 Range Road 23
Rural Lac Ste. Anne County
Rural Lac Ste. Anne County
Covered Riding Arena
Outdoor Arenas + Paddocks
Home + Outbuildings
Step right into an Equestrian Lifestyle… easily accessible 160-acre horse facility ready for your business or personal stables.
Minutes from Onoway is this horse owner's dream. Just over 1,442 sq. ft. of living space, 3 bedroom 2019 manufactured home with vaulted ceilings, generous entrance, open concept kitchen with island, sitting area for your company to hang out, or the spacious dining room area,. The primary bedroom has a walk-in closet and large ensuite. The split layout offers a privacy for you and your family or guests - two more bedrooms, additional sitting area and bathroom.
There is also a SECOND RESIDENCE , a 2-bedroom older home used as staff housing, plus another older home used as a storage shed, 72' x 150' COVERALL ARENA, 125' x 200' outdoor arena, 70' x 70' arena, 40' round pen, 200' x 500' partly treed pen, 12 other pens ranging from 25' x 30' to 25' x 60', three tack and tools sheds. This property also offers a catch pond and a stunning prairie view, paddocks, pastureland, treed riding trails, all devoted to raising, boarding, and training horse and rider.
The current equestrian business is negotiable and completely turnkey! Offering lessons, training, boarding, clinics and events, mentorship, appraisals and hauling, the current owners are available and ready for transition training while you learn the ropes. With over 300 clients, the business is well-established and offers the opportunity to live your dreams and have a safe income.
Your very own piece of equestrian heaven only 15 mins from Onoway, 30 mins to Alberta Beach and less than an hour NW of Edmonton.
COUNTY OF LAC STE. ANNE, ALBERTA
LEGAL : NW - 15 - 56 - 2 - 5
Land Area: 160.00 Acres
The property includes the following;
- 2019 modular home on permanent foundation (3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms)
- 1970's modular home with partial basement (2 bedrooms + 1 bathroom)
- 1970's modular home used as a storage house
- One 72’ x 150’ Coverall arena
- Two tack and tool sheds
- One 125’ x 200’ outdoor arena
- One approx. 70’ x 70’ arena
- One 40’ diameter round pen
- One approx. 200’ x 500’ pen, partly treed
- Three 25’ x 60’ pens
- Nine 25’ x 30’ pens
3 bedrooms | 2 full bathrooms | 1,442 sqft
Built in 2019
Lavern Schmidt and his wife Carolyn have been successfully operating Sunwest Equine Services for many years. With over 300 clients, this is a well-established and cherished local business. In addition to popular annual events and clinics held at the property, Sunwest Equine Services offers lessons, training, boarding, appraisals and hauling.
The equestrian business, equipment and livestock are negotiable. Perfect for couples, families, or horse trainers who want to live their dream life and have a safe income. There is plenty of opportunity to expand the business, offer basic training or other equine services. The sky is the limit!
*Current owners are available and ready for transition training while you learn the ropes.
Negotiable business as well as the following equipment + livestock;
- Kiefer Built 4 horse fifth wheel trailer with small living quarters
- Large Tractor, International 100HP
- Garden Tractor, 17 HP with 42” cutting blade
- Snow Blower, gear driven, hand pushed
- 23 Saddles of different types and sizes with bridles
- 10 well broke horses used as lesson horses
Looking for that countryside lifestyle that will leave you feeling welcomed? With a strong family value presence, Lac Ste. Anne County is sure to fulfill your daily needs while supplying you with a sense of community. A friendly, active community with a low cost of living, an amazing quality of life and bursting with economic opportunity.
Along the southern area of the County, coal mines generate power and employment, and recreational businesses have flourished because of the lakes. Agriculture is still a mainstay and the area is known for some of the best oat crops in Canada.
As well as being rich in Canadian history and culture, the County is home to many protected and recreational areas including Lily Lake Provincial Natural Area, Pembina River Provincial Natural Area, Majeau Lake Provincial Natural Area (with two campgrounds), Paddle River Dam Picnic Site, Park Court Provincial Natural Area, Lily Lake Provincial Natural Area and Prefontaine and Brock Lake Provincial Natural Area.
The County is home to some of the best schools in the area, located just 15 minutes away in Onoway - A brand new, award-winning, Junior/Senior High School as well as a K-6.
Dining, recreation and amenities are all a short distance away!!