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24004 E 69th Avenue Myakka City, 34251

Welcome to Shady Oak Stables! The Ranch includes 3 buildings, the main house with 2-car garage, the barn with 10 stables and a maintenance building with guest apartment (1 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen & living room), a 4-car garage/workshop with a huge carport for trailers, tractors, cars and other toys. Shady Oak Stables is currently an income producing business with its horse boarding facility for up to 10 horses. The custom built home has a metal roof, an open concept floor plan with soaring ceilings. The family room addition overlooks the new salt water pool and large lanai area. New kitchen with quartz counters, stainless appliances and gas cooking. Solar hot water heater. Living/dining area with impact glass doors and windows, Master bedroom retreat with walk-in closet, newer bath with a soaking tub, separate shower and dual sinks. The split floor plan offers two more bedrooms and a bath. Two ponds on the property with mature oak trees and expansive views of open fields and loads of wildlife! This compound awaits the Equestrian Buyer who is looking for a slice of paradise, close to Lakewood Ranch and the lifestyle Sarasota/Bradenton has to offer. There is a separate 7 acre parcel available, fully fenced, road front, pond and ready for a new build.

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Room Dimensions

Master Bedroom:19x30 Bedroom 3:12x15 Bedroom 4:12x12 Living Room:16x17

Additional Rooms

  • Living/dining room combination
  • Eat in kitchen


  • Septic sewer system
  • Water supply from well(s)

Listing provided courtesy Coldwell Banker Residential Re. Last updated: 03/24/2018