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6060 Cozydell Lane, Shingle Springs, CA 95682

Magnificent Horse Property in Shingle Springs

6060 Cozydell Lane in Shingle Springs - Imagine your dream home on a knoll under soaring oaks, on one of Gold Country’s finest Equine Estates! This uniquely designed premier riding and training facility rests on 10 acres of gently rolling, open grassland. Stately, majestic scattered heritage oaks and stunning vistas looking down the long, peaceful valley to the south.
Every feature and amenity is world class. The covered indoor riding facility is 120ft x 60ft with 6 inches of exquisite Geotextile fabric footing over a professionally graded and rolled sandy base. The entire arena, fence, and interior walls of barn are beautifully stained tongue and groove pine. The indoor stable portion includes stalls with rubber mats, heated wet/dry grooming stations, feed room, and caretaker’s quarters including a meeting room, changing room with full bath, large, well appointed first aid room, and large tack room with laundry facilities.

The separate outbuilding includes a 24 ft x 24 ft run-in shelter with rubber mats, attached turn out paddocks with direct access to the perimeter loop fencing, and a large equipment garage/ workshop that is 24 ft x 36 ft. The building is fully finished, features the same exquisite tongue and groove pine interior as the main barn with 6” concrete floor and bay doors.

There is a grassy amphitheatre/courtyard area for entertaining and lecturing, with a barbeque area, gazebo with fire pit area, and a beautiful/ magical feel.

The 10 acre property was originally used as a retreat/ learning/ equestrian center. It is completely fenced/ cross fenced with the perimeter fenced loop and was designed to help keep the equine happy. The pasture areas have 4 automatic waterers. Utilities include all electric, telephone & cable ready. 

Water comes from a well last tested at 14 gallons/ minute and there is a private, on site septic system. A plant drip system is in place to support the ornamental landscaping.

The property is completely private with no traffic and a magical/ peaceful feeling.
This listing is a part of The Bay Area Equestrian Network - BAEN is a regional directory for equine businesses in the San Francisco Bay area and statewide across California. 
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For current availability, pricing & virtual tour 
CALL/TEXT to: 916-436-3810  Enter code: 1060


Experience Sacramento Events October Newsletter

Experience Sacramento Newsletter
Check out this great newsletter we create each month for our family, friends, and clients!  We have scoured the events this month throughout the greater Sacramento area to bring you the Best of Sacramento. Check out everything that is happening.


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               Oct. 13th & 15th, 2016

Clint Black

Harris Center, Folsom CA
Oct. 13th & 15th, 2016

Tickets: $39-$69

As "a future Country Music Hall of Famer" (Los Angeles Times), Clint Black's continued success can be attributed to his deep sense of country music history and his humble gratitude in being an important part of it. His critically acclaimed Killin' Time boasted five Number One hits-unprecedented from a debut in any genre-and he has gone on to sell over 20 million albums worldwide. His awards, including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, surpass in number his hit records. In this outing, Clint will be performing selections from his new CD with his full band.

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Crest Theater

Oct. 22nd, 2016

Tickets: $50-$85
In his new album, Day combines classic old school sounds with new music featuring hot new artists. He delivers energetic vocals and witty lyrics, complimented by his trademark smooth-as-silk dance moves, all wrapped up in flashy, dapper fashions!

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Ultimate Terror Scream Park Sacramento
(Warning: Not for all ages!)
4909 Auburn Rd. Sacramento
Now-Nov. 5th, 2016  

Tickets: $25-$75

Sacramento's most outrageous haunted house event. As voted the scariest haunted house in California, Ultimate Terror Scream Park offers 3 outrageous haunted houses and live horror entertainment. Named the Best in the West by Forbes and one of the top Halloween events in the nation by Haunted Attraction Magazine. Open 23 nights in October. Mature audiences only.

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Sac International Auto Show
Cal Expo
Oct. 21st-23rd, 2016
  Tickets: Free-$13
  (Parking $10)
We're gearing up for a great year of cars, cars and more cars! Come see the hottest new models alongside exotics, classic rods and special exhibits. There will also be Ride & Drives and of course, great food! Sacramento International Auto Show is entertainment for the whole family.

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Sacramento Oktoberfest
Turn Verein, J St. Sacramento 
Oct.7th-8th, 2016

Tickets: $5-$60
The Sacramento Turn Verein will hold its 49th Annual Oktoberfest, a celebration patterned after the world-famous Oktoberfest in Munich, at Turner Hall. The largest folk festival in the world has been a Bavarian tradition for 200 years.
Many Sacramentans have come to anticipate the Turn Verein's Oktoberfest because they know they can enjoy
traditional German music, food, and drink 
that they can find only at this event. The 
Sacramento Turners host the very  best 
Sacramento area Oktoberfest!

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Best Corn Mazes in Sacramento!
Various Locations, Best in Sacramento
October, 2016 

Tickets: Varies
Do you like puzzles? Do you love the challenge of a maze?  Talk about a fun family activity! Corn Mazes have become a fall tradition and always fun way to enjoy the Halloween Season.

The Sacramento area corn mazes are giant puzzles that you can walk through. Going through a tall, maze of corn is old-fashioned family fun. They start as lush green corn mazes, but now as the days get shorter and cooler, these same corn mazes gradually change from green to beautiful yellow. Use the link to find a corn maze in the Sacramento area!




Fright Planet 
Cal Expo, Sacramento 
Oct 2016

Tickets: $19.95-$49.95
($10 parking)
Imagine a Park that is filled with everything Halloween. Everything scary. Everything fun. Welcome to the Fright Planet Park. So much more than just the Scariest Haunted House! Where you will jump and scream, and laugh at your friends when they do the same! Explore countless haunted houses 
and attractions. Take a breather and enjoy 
some delicious and Halloween inspired 
food, dessert, and drinks. 

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 Harris Center Folsom CA
 Oct. 16th, 2016

Tickets: $9-$21
Get ready for the ultimate playdate - 65 million years in the making - as Erth's DINOSAUR ZOO LIVE leads you on a breathtaking tour of pre-historic Australia. Meet and interact with an eye-popping collection of life-like dinosaur puppets presented in an entertaining and educational live theatrical performance. This created by Earth Visual & Physical of Sydney, Australia.

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Getting Behind the Numbers in Real Estate

Today I wanted to stop by to talk about how the blend in the market is affecting inventory, values, and the perceptions of values. The overall inventory numbers really haven't changed much over the last several years, but the numbers within the numbers have changed. I wanted to explain what that does to values and the perception of values.

I wanted to show you how different neighborhoods, different price ranges, and different types of properties all matter. We hear that median prices have gone up 12.8% in the last 12 months. You read a lot of headlines about prices going up, but what does that mean? Well, it depends. If you bought a house in the last five years in a specific zip code or price range, there are probably some things that you want to know about.

It's best to understand these things early in the planning stage. In some neighborhoods, prices have held steady while some have actually risen quite a bit. For buyers, we do reports on price ranges and what price ranges are doing as far as competition and what you're going to be able to expect when you get out there in the market. For sellers, we do these kinds of reports based on square footage, as well as the size, age, and the type of the property.

These reports help you know what 
you can really expect.

It's a good way to get started so you know what to expect. We can build these reports for your neighborhood and price range. For buyers, we can also put together these reports to help you know what to expect in certain areas and for certain types of properties.

If you'd like a custom report or you have any questions about the Sacramento real estate market, give me a call or send me an email. I would be happy to help you!