1860 Sandy Point Farm, Last Part Of Original Vanderbilt Estate Lists At $5,800,000!
One of the most prestigious horse farms in America during its height, "Sandy Point Farm" is the last vestiges of the original 280-acre Vanderbilt Estate. Designed by Architect A.S. Walker, The Sandy Point Stables were built beginning in 1860, with completion in 1902. Owner Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt son of Cornelius Vanderbilt grew up at The Breakers, his family home in Newport. A horse breeder and avid sportsman he spared no expense in building the magnificent property. The structure built with main beams of 2 x 24 cypress features three separate rooflines, with cupolas at the 60’ peak of the riding ring. Renowned for its prominence in the horse industry Sandy Point Farm was the epicenter for society during the summer social season. Housing 24-stall stables, a 150 ft 15,000 square foot indoor riding arena, grooms’ quarters, and a guest lounge it the building now stands as an integral part of the history of Rhode Island and a reminder of a glorious era in American horse sports. Being Sold with adjacent lots 103, 187, 190.
Kylie Mccollough 401-864-8830 Mott & Chace Sotheby's Intl. Judith Chace 508-938-9701 Mott & Chace Sotheby's Intl.
$5,830,000, 30,269 sqft
30 Sandy Point Farm Rd, Portsmouth, RI 02871