If you have never visited Two Swans Farm in Wellington, you’ll soon have the opportunity to see it on television. Platinum Luxury Auctions and Blue Ocean Photography, both of Miami, recently shot a TV commercial at the 10-acre, Mediterranean-style farm, and the stars of the show were of the four-legged variety, including owner Carol Cohen’s champion mare, Sam’t Und Seide. Cohen recently retained Platinum, a high-end auction firm specializing in the sale of luxurious residences, to sell the property.
Platinum’s Trayor Lesnock and David Enriquez were on hand at the shoot as part of the firm’s preparations to market the property in advance of the auction on Feb. 9. Cohen, who is also co-owner of the European stallion Comeback II, plans to continue to devote her energies toward equestrian interests in the United States and abroad.
The commercial highlights Two Swans Farms’ amenities, including its 12-stall, Euro-style courtyard stable with Argentine granite cobblestone. The stable features three grooming stalls, a tiled and air-conditioned feed room, lounge for casual entertaining with custom storage for tack and equipment, laundry room with separate half bath, and a professionally decorated and furnished tack room with walk-in storage and full bath. The two-bedroom, two-bath owners quarters features Brazilian cherry wood floors, a state-of-the-art kitchen, and huge master suite offering a private terrace and master bath finished in marble.
Platinum Luxury Auctions, which initiated the TV commercial shoot, performs auction services on behalf of wealthy sellers who prefer a date-certain sale in lieu of the uncertainties that plague the traditional sales process. It is the only auction firm founded exclusively on a portfolio of experience in this type of non-distressed auction sale.
The firm has built an unparalleled reputation in the ultra-luxury auction sector, making Platinum a perfect fit to present Two Swans Farm to the well-heeled individuals who make up the world’s equestrian marketplace. Bidder registration for Two Swans Farm will require a deposit of $200,000, to be refunded if not declared the high bidder.
ABOVE: One of Carol Cohen’s Danish horses graces the entryway of Two Swans Farm during the taping of TV commercial footage that will introduce bidders to the unique equestrian property.