Following last week’s news that the proposed sale of the Quentin Riding Club had fallen through, the historic property is now set to be auctioned publicly next month.
The auction—currently set for noon on July 13 at the Quentin Riding Club—is being run by local auctioneer Harry Bachman.
According to an announcement posted to Bachman’s website, the property will be sold to the highest bidder at $950,000 or above. A 10% non-refundable down payment is required, and the balance is due at settlement within 45 days.
The 46-acre property is being offered as is and includes a clubhouse, a multitude of barns and stalls, a tenant house, announcers building, and show office, among other features. The lot is currently zoned R-1, or low density residential. 11 acres of the site are enrolled in the Clean and Green program
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- Quentin Riding Club will meet on December 28 to vote on next steps
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