This equestrian adventure began in 1928 at 107 June Road in Stamford, where Mead Farm has made its mark as Stamford's oldest horse-riding establishment. Owner George Mead is ready to retire and has recently put the farm up for sale, but under one condition, the business stays the same, horses and all!

For the asking price of $4.5 million, you purchase the property and the business, including Mead's collection of nine horses and all the gear that goes with it, including the tools, the snow blower, and all the tact needed to care for the other words, EVERYTHING!

Stamford's Mead Horse Farm is On the Market...

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