(WELLINGTON, FLORIDA) – Coach House Wellington is fast becoming the home of some of the most famous Polo celebrities in the world. Nacho Figueras and Grant Ganzi have both secured their residences at Wellington’s first-in-the-world, highly serviced, equestrian condominium development located on the grounds of the Equestrian Preserve. Each winter season the world’s premier Polo players and enthusiasts flock to this Palm Beach County town to enjoy their passion of the sport and now they will reside on the same grounds as the Equestrian Winter Festival and annual events.

 

One of the first residents to secure a home in the luxurious community is highly recognizable top ranked professional BlackWatch Team polo player, Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras along with his wife Delfina Balquier, a model, photographer and landscape architect, and their four children. Figueras says, “Moving into Coach House for us as a family will be amazing. It brings something Wellington doesn’t have right now. Wellington has an amazing history of great accommodations at the Palm Beach Polo and County Club but nothing at this level and nothing with concierge service, an amazing pool, and all of the spectacular amenities that Coach House is going to have.”

 

Also making the move to Coach House is 22-year-old World Polo sensation, Grant Ganzi. Son to polo player parents, Marc and Melissa Ganzi, Grant is one of the youngest players in the country playing 26-goal polo in the World Polo League with an impressive start to his career. Upon making his debut in 2019, his team, the Grand Champions, won the Founders Cup. In June, Grant was awarded the 2020 LLS Man of The Year Palm Beach for his fundraising efforts supporting the Leukemia & Lymphonma Society (LLS) Palm Beach Chapter. He is a third-generation polo player. Grant says, “I love the idea of living right in the middle of all the action. With my passion for horses and the sport of Polo, Coach House is the best place I could possibly choose to live.”

 

Coach House is nestled in the heart of the equestrian lifestyle destination with views of the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, home of the annual Winter Equestrian Festival. This world-class luxury condominium offers eight distinct floorplans and only 34 bespoke residences ranging from 2,800 square feet to 5,800 square feet. The building features spacious condominium residences with oversized private terraces and wide views of the Equestrian Preserve. Residents will receive personal service at a level that epitomizes carefree living, including a reception team, concierge, valet staff, butler service and on-site property management.

 

This exquisite property provides all the luxe amenities including a rooftop pool, high-end fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, catering kitchen, climate-controlled garages, direct elevator access along with a limited number of private cabanas and guest suites.

Coach House pricing starts from $2.5 million. For more information about Coach House Wellington visit https://coachhousewellington.com/ or call (561) 285-8000.

Coach House Wellington’s newest residents, the Nacho Figueras family, have an intense travel schedule that takes them from one end of the globe to the other. From regular stays in Aspen for snow polo to the Hamptons for the summer to Buenos Aires and back to Wellington, Florida for the winter, Figueras owns extraordinary homes in many locations. His stylish home in Argentina has captured the attention of Elle Décor with its art-filled, modern style. We can’t wait to see his vision unfold in their new residence at Coach House Wellington.

 

POLO STAR NACHO FIGUERAS’S STYLISH HOME

Ralph Lauren model and polo sensation Nacho Figueras creates a modern family home outside Buenos Aires

By Jeffrey Slonim

 

The facturas, or Argentine tea cakes, served at the home of international polo star Nacho Figueras and his wife, Delfina Blaquier, are fluffy and light with creamy dulce de leche centers. No wonder they are a favorite of guests, not to mention the couple’s children, Hilario, 10, and Aurora, 5—though Artemio is still too tiny to enjoy them.

Tea is taken on the terrace, with views of a polo field beyond. Figueras’s low, modernist house is located 45 minutes from downtown Buenos Aires, in an area that has become an epicenter of the sport, with literally hundreds of fields. “You could buy a place here and not play polo,” says Figueras, the cofounder of the Ralph Lauren–sponsored Blackwatch team, who also stars in ads for the designer’s menswear and colognes. “But why would you?”

Nacho Figueras Interior DecorationNacho Figueras Family

Photos Courtesy of Elle Décor

 

When he was ready to break ground, Figueras turned to Juan Ignacio Ramos, an architect he had first encountered at the age of 17 in the horse barn Ramos was building for a friend. “You’re going to design my house one day,” the teenager announced that morning, and a decade later the dream came true. “Ramos isn’t just an architect,” Figueras offers. “He is an artist who makes houses.” 

The straightforward geometry of the structure makes it seem almost like a work by Tadao Ando, the Japanese minimalist, but Ramos says he looked to the region’s colonial heritage. “We kept the historic European houses of the pampas in mind,” the architect says. “The design is simple: stucco on the outside; the floors inside are concrete or an indigenous hardwood called incienso. Big stone walls, very private.”

“The pampas houses had towers,” Figueras adds, “in case of native attacks.” So here a tower rises above a long wall that shades the residence. This one is not fortified, however, but contains an art studio for the multitalented Figueras and is full of his abstract canvases and Blaquier’s black-and-white photographs.

The design of the property, which features a walled garden, was overseen by Blaquier, who studied landscape architecture. “She brought in the pasto llorón, weeping grass, from her father’s farm in the west,” Ramos says. “Nothing manicured.”

“We also moved boulders,” Blaquier adds. “Some of them literally weighed a ton.”

Nacho Figueras Stylish Home

Photos Courtesy of Elle Décor

 

The interior showcases Figueras’s boldly gestural and vividly colored paintings and Blaquier’s oversize photos. An intense red-and-orange canvas hangs above the fireplace in the living room, where a punchy red leather Chesterfield sofa found at a flea market in Buenos Aires is paired with a classic Le Corbusier chaise upholstered in cowhide. In the hall, pride of place goes to an abstract still life by Gustavo Serra—a member of the Escuela del Sur (School of the South) movement founded by Joaquín Torres-García, which Figueras particularly admires.

The prominently placed trophy in the media room was won by one of Figueras’s mares, Chicago, so named, says Blaquier, “because she has white socks on her back legs.” The two long benches that flank the dining table were a labor of love. “I drew our carpenter a sketch,” says Blaquier. “Then my cousin, who designs shoes, took me to a leather market outside Buenos Aires’s Boedo neighborhood for the hides of Criollo, or Creole, cattle.” The leather-and-steel chairs at either end were originally created for Ramos’s grandfather by Antonio Bonet, one of the architects behind the iconic Butterfly chair.

After some cajoling, Blaquier shares snapshots of Estancia La Concepción, her family’s sprawling French-style country house that could be the setting for a Ralph Lauren ad. “My father inherited his mares from his father, who was a really good player,” she says of the dashing Juan José Silvestre Blaquier, who died at the age of 43, in 1958, while piloting his new plane.

Nacho Figueras Stylish HomeNacho Figueras Stylish Home

Photos Courtesy of Elle Décor

 

Clearly, polo runs in the blood of both members of this couple, as does a bit of daring. It seems there’s nothing they won’t attempt. Blaquier designed the behemoth bed in the spare, masculine master suite and had it sheathed in a delicate veneer of difficult-to-mill walnut root. Above it is an abstract-nude photograph from the series she exhibited at Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires in 2009.

Some of the furnishings have backstories that could have come straight from a Gabriel García Márquez novel. “In 1992, a tornado knocked down 100-year-old trees at our family farm,” says Blaquier, as she points out a piece on a console. “A cousin sculpted this beautiful rounded form from the felled timber.” Her brother, Eduardo, also a sculptor, crafted the undulating totems that soften corners throughout the house. The cardboard Frank Gehry Wiggle chair in the master bedroom was the find of the decade, snapped up for $2.50 in a Buenos Aires junk shop—”He didn’t know what he had,” Blaquier says. Some treasures cost even less. The bleached cow skull that leans against the tiger-striped ebony paneling in the entry was found in a field last year by Hilario, who, having stopped for tea, is now running late for his own polo match.

 

Coach House Wellington offers eight distinct floorplans and only 34 bespoke residences ranging from 2,800 square feet to 5,800 square feet. Designed for a discriminating buyer, Coach House offers a highly serviced lifestyle to allow homeowners more time to enjoy their time in Wellington. This pet-friendly property provides exquisite amenities including a rooftop pool and private cabanas, high-performance fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, catering kitchen, private climate-controlled garages, direct elevator access along with a limited number of guest suites.

Coach House pricing starts from $2.5 million. For more information about securing a condominium residence through advance reservation, visit the Sales Gallery located at 13410 South Shore Blvd., or for best selection and pricing contact the Sales Team at CoachHouseWellington.com/contact.

By Keith Larsen

Published in TheRealDeal

A new luxury condo development is coming to Wellington that aims to lure high-profile polo players and equestrian estate owners looking to downsize.

Coach House recently launched pre-construction sales for the four-story, 34-unit building to be built at 3410 South Shore Boulevard, on the former site of the Players Club. The property spans 5.5 acres adjacent to the Equestrian Preserve in the town known for its equestrian events.

The boutique project will be the first development by billionaire Neil Hirsch, who owns the BlackWatch Polo Team, and who founded Telerate, a global communications company.

Douglas Elliman’s CMG Group is handling sales. Prices range from $2.5 million to $6.5 million, said Elliman’s John Greene, sales director for the project.

Coach House already has scored two pre-sales, according to a spokesperson. Ralph Lauren model and top-ranked professional Blackwatch Team polo player, Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras, and his photographer wife Delfina Balquier, plan to buy a unit. Polo player Grant Ganzi also is a buyer, the spokesperson said.

Construction will begin in September, and the project is expected to be completed by the end of 2022, Greene said. Coach House was designed by GarciaStromberg in West Palm Beach with interiors by Denise Kuriger Design, according to a release.

Amenities will include a rooftop pool, fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, catering kitchen, private climate-controlled garages and private elevators for each unit. The development will also include private cabanas and guest suites, according to the release.

Greene said Coach House aims to appeal to “very affluent people with multiple homes, who want a place to come to Florida to be active without worrying about homeownership.”

He compares the project to The Bristol in West Palm Beach, a 25-story, 69-unit luxury condo tower at 1100 South Flagler Drive developed by Al Adelson and Gene Golub. The building has attracted a number of wealthy estate owners from Palm Beach who sought to downsize.

Wellington is known as the equestrian capital of the world and is home to the Wellington Equestrian Festival.

Billionaires such as Bill Gates, Michael Bloomberg and the family of the late Steve Jobs, as well as celebrities Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen have all purchased properties in the area.

 

Read the full article here.

In recent months, the condominium real estate market has seen an influx of discerning homebuyers. These buyers are seeking the finest homes that suit their well-appointed lifestyle, and they are seeking out condominiums that allow for a lock-and-leave, low-maintenance lifestyle. Here are the top four luxury condo trends you’ll see incorporated into Wellington’s first one-of-a-kind condominium, Coach House.

 

1. Elevated Owner’s Suites

With more buyers looking for lavish owner suite bedrooms, condominium floorplans are getting as large as single family homes. Some of these floorplans are sometimes including not just one, but two owner suites with en suite baths and expansive walk-in closets. The elevated owner’s suites at Coach House include dual luxurious spa-like bath retreats and separate walk-in closets. Both baths feature fine wood cabinetry, marble countertops and floors, frameless glass showers, built-in Effervescence tubs and top-shelf Waterworks fixtures.

 

En Suite Bath

 

2. Unique and Private Amenities

When it comes to luxury condos, amenities and features are what truly draw buyers in. With more people looking for privacy and seclusion, exclusive, private amenities are appreciated as never before. But it’s the unique amenities like a rooftop pool with entertaining bar, expansive sundeck and private air-conditioned cabanas that can set a property apart from others. Buyers are looking for luxurious resort-like spaces with a secluded feel. Coach House’s private guest suites can give homebuyers an option for additional family or extended guests.

 

Roof Top Pool

 

3. In-House Services

Condominium buyers are living a modern lifestyle, travel more often and have busy schedules. One of the most sought-after trends this year is in-house services. Properties with butler, valet, and concierge services to perform and arrange onsite services are in high demand. From grocery and package deliveries to the home, dry cleaning pickup and delivery, event and entertainment planning to arranging on-site services such as pet grooming, these services are designed to make life as easy and comfortable as possible.

 

In-House Services

 

4. Open Space

With homeowners reflecting on their surroundings and practicing social distancing, luxury condos with open space and great neighborhood design are becoming the top choice for condo buyers. Coach House Wellington will be one of the first luxury condominiums that will be situated on more than 5.5 acres of lushly landscaped grounds with close proximity to equestrian venues, parks, and beaches. Residents can relax with wide, expansive views of the equestrian preserve or take a stroll on winding walking paths.

 

Coach House Exterior

 

Intrigued by all these luxury condo trends? Find out how Coach House Wellington might be right for you. This world-class luxury condominium offers eight distinct floorplans and only 34 bespoke residences ranging from 2,800 square feet to 5,800 square feet. Designed for a discriminating buyer, Coach House Wellington offers a highly serviced lifestyle to enjoy condominium living at its finest. The building features spacious condominium residences with oversized private terraces and wide views of the Equestrian Preserve. Residents will receive personal service at a level that epitomizes carefree living, including a reception team, concierge, valet staff, butler service and on-site property management.

 

This exquisite, pet-friendly property, provides all the amenities to fully enjoy every perfect moment with friends and family, including a rooftop pool, high-end fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, catering kitchen, private climate-controlled garages, direct elevator access along with a limited number of private cabanas and guest suites.

 

Coach House pricing starts from $2.5 million. For more information about securing a condominium residence through advance reservation, stop by the Sales Gallery located at 13410 South Shore Blvd., or contact the Sales Team at CoachHouseWellington.com/contact. For best selection and pricing, we encourage you to contact us at your earliest convenience.

As one of the world’s most successful polo players, Nacho Figueras and his family are constantly traveling the world.  Finding a home that suits their lifestyle can be more challenging than you might think.  Between equestrian events around the world and a growing family’s diverse needs,  it’s important for them to find a home that every member of the family will enjoy.

For several months every Winter, the family travels to Wellington, Florida to participate in the Palm Beach Polo season.  Coach House Wellington is being developed adjacent to the Equestrian Preserve in this cherished Palm Beach community.  But that’s just one reason this new, world-class condominium will be Nacho Figueras and his family’s future home.  From its lock-and-leave lifestyle to the convenient access to everything the Palm Beaches offer, Nacho opens up about why he couldn’t think of a better place to live with his family.  Here’s what Nacho had to say:

Q.  What do you love about Wellington?

A.  What I love about Wellington the most is, first of all, it’s arguably the horse capital of the world, it has incredible tournaments of polo, dressage, and jumping.  If you’re a horse lover, you can’t not love Wellington.  The proximity to the Palm Beaches and amazing beaches, airports in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami are very close so that makes the Palm Beaches a very easy destination.

Q.  What makes Wellington a great place to raise a family?

A.  Wellington is a great place for a family.  We as a family have been going there for very a long time.  Our kids have grown there, we play polo, we play tennis, we play golf, we run, we bike, kids go to school, kids homeschool.  Lots of polo families are there during the winter too, so we have lots of friends there, so it’s a global and great place for families.  The weather is perfect, and we really love it.

Q.  Tell us about your relationship with Neil Hirsh, the visionary behind Coach House?

A.  My relationship with Neil Hirsh is a very long one.  We first met in 1999 in the Hamptons while playing polo and we connected from the very first day.  I started playing polo with him in the year of 2000. In 2004, we embarked in the Blackwatch team in approaching what an amazing journey, and we had an amazing time playing polo together.

Q.  What intrigued you about Neil’s development, Coach House?

A.  What intrigued the most about Neil’s Coach House development was his intention to do something amazing and great.  If you know Neil and if you know the things Neil has done in his life, you know that he always thinks the highest of levels.  He did with his stable scene in the Blackwatch Farm in Wellington and if you know his houses, you know that Neil only does things the best ways.

Q.  What do you look forward to about moving into Coach House?

A.  Moving into Coach House for us as a family will be amazing.  We love all of the things that Coach House brings.  It brings a very easy proposition to Wellington, something Wellington doesn’t have right now.  Wellington has history and amazing history of great accommodation at the Palm Beach Polo and County Club but nothing at that level and nothing with concierge service and amazing pool and all of the amazing amenities that Coach House is going to have.

Q.  What do you like most about the floorplan you chose?

A.  The floor plan my family and I have chosen is on the third floor because we believe the views there are going to be amazing.  I have four children, and we like that the floor plan has four bedrooms.  It has a private garage underneath which has a private elevator to tale us up directly to the apartment, which is great.

Q.  Are you working with a designer to finalize your interior finishes?

A.  We have not decided yet if we are going to work with a designer for interiors.  We normally love to do things ourselves, so we’ll see as the time gets closer if we do that or not.

Q.  When you talk to your friends, what do you tell them about Coach House Wellington?

A.  I found that a lot of equestrians are very excited about this project.  I’ve been talking to a lot of people from the horse world about the project, and I think everyone is excited.  In 2021, when we will all be there in Wellington for the Winter Equestrian Festival and things are more advanced with the project, everyone is going to get excited.  There aren’t many apartments, so you need to get your hands on one as soon as possible.

Coach House Wellington offers eight distinct floorplans and only 34 bespoke residences ranging from 2,800 square feet to 5,800 square feet.  Designed for a discriminating buyer, Coach House offers a highly serviced lifestyle to allow homeowners more time to enjoy their time in Wellington.  The building features spacious condominium residences with oversized private terraces and wide views of the Equestrian Preserve.  Residents will receive personal service at a level that epitomizes carefree living, including a reception team, concierge, valet staff, butler service and on-site property management.

This pet-friendly property provides exquisite amenities including a rooftop pool and private cabanas, high-performance fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, catering kitchen, private climate-controlled garages, direct elevator access along with a limited number of guest suites.

Coach House pricing starts from $2.5 million.  For more information about securing a condominium residence through advance reservation, stop by the Sales Gallery located at 13410 South Shore Blvd., or for best selection and pricing contact the Sales Team by clicking the Contact Us page.

 

For just a few weeks of the year, many of North America’s top equestrian destinations such as Middleburg Virginia, Lexington Kentucky, Aspen Colorado, and areas of New York, North Carolina, and California are home to elite travelers and equestrians. But in Wellington, Florida, some of the world’s wealthiest families congregate here for almost five months each Winter to participate in the Winter Equestrian Festival.

 

For the traveling equestrian enthusiast, these areas often offer a variety of large estate homes available for purchase or seasonal rental. But never before has there been a more maintenance-free, lock-and-leave option that offered the same level of luxury living.

 

This is precisely the vision of businessman Neil Hirsh, a staple in Wellington’s equestrian community. Hirsh, along with a group of investors and the Palm Beaches’ best architects and builders, are developing the first luxury condominium in North America located adjacent to world-class equestrian competition, Coach House Wellington.

 

Located less than one mile from Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, and two miles from the International Polo Club, Coach House boasts a one-of-a-kind location. Resident equestrians and enthusiasts will be only a short walk away from neighboring dressage competition, an easy golf-cart ride from the main Winter Equestrian Festival grounds, and a short drive to the polo fields.

 

The building features 34 spacious residences with oversized private terraces and wide views of the Equestrian Preserve. Eight unique floorplans range in size from 2,800 to 5,800 SF, and include sought after features such as the finest wood cabinetry, Sub-Zero appliances, summer kitchens, and owner’s suites with two separate baths. And for those who require additional yet separate space, Coach House has a limited number of guest suites available for purchase.

 

A climate-controlled garage with private direct elevator access features pull-ready charging stations and is serviced by valet staff to assist with vehicles, luggage, and packages.

 

Residents will receive personal service at a level that epitomizes carefree living. Located in the main Lobby, a reception team will welcome both residents and guests. A knowledgeable Concierge is available to assist with tickets, reservations, on-site services such as pet grooming, and more. This accomplished level of service also includes butler service and on-site property management professionals.

 

This exquisite property provides all the amenities to fully enjoy every perfect moment with friends and family, including a rooftop pool, high-end fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, and catering kitchen. Surrounding the pool, a limited number of private, air-conditioned cabanas are available for residents seeking more privacy.

 

One of the first buyers to secure a residence at Coach House Wellington is top ranked professional polo player, Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras. Figueras says, “With all my travels I love the idea of having all the comforts of home without the burden of the usual maintenance of a large residence. Wellington offers convenient access to all the best the Palm Beaches has to offer with the calmness away from the congestion of large cities. With amazing views of the Equestrian Preserve in the distance and lots of space I cannot think of a better place than Coach House and Wellington to live with my family.”

 

Coach House Wellington residences are priced from $2.5 million. For more information about securing a condominium residence through advance reservation, stop by the Sales Gallery located at 13410 South Shore Blvd., or contact the Sales Team at CoachHouseWellington.com/contact. For best selection and pricing, we encourage you to contact us at your earliest convenience.

With an abundance of new properties around the world, residences with a highly-serviced lifestyle, more space, and better amenities are in demand more than ever. More home buyers are seeking a place where living is easy, refined, and attentive with a level of service that allows them to live their worry-free, lock-and-leave lifestyle. However, only a few offer a lifestyle that’s fully dedicated and tailored to the residents.

 

Coming to the esteemed Equestrian Preserve in Wellington, Florida is Coach House Wellington, where a highly-serviced lifestyle meets the first-of-its-kind design. Brought to life by the vision of Neil Hirsh, a patron in Wellington’s equestrian community, Coach House will be the first luxury condominium in North America located adjacent to the world-class equestrian competition. Enveloped by top-shelf amenities and services in a rich updated style, the 5.5-acre property is designed to welcome residents home with warmth and style.

 

Gated Sanctuary

Coach House’s location adjacent to the Equestrian Preserve limits future development, ensuring residents will enjoy unobstructed views. The lushly-landscaped grounds feature a gated entry with 24/7 manned security and on-site video monitoring to ensure the privacy and security of residents. When residents and guests arrive at Coach House’s cordial porte-cochere entry, the accommodating valet service will ensure a stately and welcoming experience.

 

Curated for Today’s Lifestyle

Designed for residents and their unique lifestyle, Coach House offers added convenience and unrivaled services. With an in-house butler that provides personal assistance complete with a reception team, valet and concierge, residents will experience resort-style, personalized service. To accommodate the ever-increasing use of delivery services, Coach House offers a mail/package room with refrigeration. For special guests, staff, and more, a limited number of Guest Suites are available for purchase. Additionally, the pet-friendly community features an indoor grooming room where on-site services can be arranged through the concierge.

 

New and Delightful Entertainment

Behind the gate of Coach House Wellington is a rich list of amenities that provide new and decadent entertainment for residents and their guests. A rooftop pool and spa surrounded by an inviting sundeck offer expansive vistas of the Equestrian Preserve. Residents have the option of purchasing a limited number of private, air-conditioned poolside cabanas with washrooms for a perfect rooftop escape. A resident’s Club Room features a custom bar and lounge, where they can treat themselves to their favorite spirit or fine wine. A private Library and Boardroom serve as a place for business meetings or resident gatherings. Residents can always entertain their guests with style and elegance in the expansive private Dining Room with an adjacent catering kitchen. Finally, a state-of-the-art Fitness Center with the latest high-tech exercise equipment, private training rooms, and men’s/women’s spas offer residents a place to reinvigorate.

 

Residents will enjoy a private, climate-controlled garage with easy access to their private elevator, which opens directly into the grand foyer of their residence. Coach House Wellington was designed with limited density and smart technology allowing residents to enjoy privacy in a safe and secure sanctuary.

 

Coach House presents a highly serviced lifestyle to enjoy condominium living at its finest. The building features 34 bespoke residences with oversized private terraces and wide views of the Equestrian Preserve. Eight thoughtfully curated floorplans range from 2,800 square feet to 5,800 square feet of air-conditioned living area.

 

Coach House Wellington residences are priced from $2.5 million. For more information about securing a condominium residence through advance reservation, stop by the Sales Gallery located at 13410 South Shore Blvd., or contact the Sales Team at CoachHouseWellington.com/contact. For best selection and pricing, we encourage you to contact us at your earliest convenience.

The Douglas Elliman team is pleased to announce it is now accepting reservations for Coach House, an exclusive community of just 34 world-class equestrian private residences.  Coach House is the vision of Neil Hirsch, and this landmark community is being brought to life on 5.5 park-like acres immediately adjacent to the esteemed Equestrian Preserve in Wellington, Florida.  Coach House’s iconic, first-of-its-kind design will deliver a highly-serviced lifestyle, unprecedented in the Palm Beaches.

 

“We saw a void in the Wellington community,” said Neil Hirsch, developer of Coach House Wellington. “Coach House will be the first opportunity to enjoy a lock-and-leave lifestyle in a luxury private residence.  Our homeowners will have the privilege of overlooking one of the world’s top equestrian venues from Coach House.”

 

Coach House offers eight distinct floor plans and only 34 bespoke residences. Designed for a discriminating buyer, Coach House offers a highly serviced lifestyle to enjoy condominium living at its finest. The building features spacious condominium apartments with oversized private terraces and wide views of the Equestrian Preserve. Residents will receive personal service at a level that epitomizes carefree living, including a reception team, concierge, valet staff, butler service, and on-site property management professionals.

 

This exquisite, pet-friendly property, provides all the amenities to fully enjoy every perfect moment with friends and family, including a rooftop pool, high-end fitness center and spa, library, boardroom, private dining room, catering kitchen, private climate-controlled garages, direct elevator access along with a limited number of private cabanas and guest suites.

 

Coach House pricing starts from $2.5 million. For more information about securing a condominium residence through advance reservation, stop by the Sales Gallery located at 13410 South Shore Blvd., or contact the Sales Team at CoachHouseWellington.com/contact. For best selection and pricing, we encourage you to contact us at your earliest convenience.

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