(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.