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Jeff Williams

Washington Horse Properties

REALTOR®

Jeff Williams

Windermere Chambers Bay

(253) 303-1135
southsoundpropertygroup@windermere.com

Impressive Equestrian Estate In Desirable Foxhall Community

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Custom Built Contemporary with Equestrian Facilities in Redmond

This custom-built single story Contemporary is beautifully sited on a private five acre parcel just five miles from the heart of downtown Redmond. The covered front entry leads to a dramatic step down living room with a gas fireplace, vaulted beamed ceilings, clerestory windows and engineered hardwood floors. Custom Built Contemporary with Equestrian Facilities in […]
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First Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update

53 equestrian properties were sold in the first quarter of 2020 in Pierce, King, Kitsap and Thurston counties – a dramatic 29% increase in overall sales activity when compared to the first quarter of 2019. First Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update The median sale price for equestrian properties in the Puget Sound region continues to […]
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Impressive Equestrian Estate In Desirable Foxhall Community

This well-designed equestrian estate is sited on nearly five dry acres in Olympia. Features include an updated gourmet kitchen, great room, master suite, five stall show barn, indoor arena and direct access to riding trails. Impressive Equestrian Estate In Desirable Foxhall Community 5027 Foxhall Drive NE, Olympia, WA | 3 bedrooms | 2½ baths | […]
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17 Things to Consider When Buying or Selling a Horse Property

As a real estate broker who also happens to be an equestrian (and past board president of the Washington State Quarter Horse Association), I have a lot of experience working with clients who are buying or selling horse properties. There are all sorts of things to consider when evaluating a horse property for purchase – […]
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Fourth Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update

77 equestrian properties were sold in the fourth quarter of 2019 in Pierce, King, Kitsap and Thurston counties – a 13% DECREASE in sales activity compared to the fourth quarter of 2018.  Though total sales volume is down, new equestrian listings are still selling relatively quickly. Fourth Quarter Equestrian Home Market Update King County’s equestrian […]
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