Sally Haas Colbert Closes $6.3 Million Sale Of Equestrian Estate In Saddle Trail

The front elevation of the home at 14471 Equestrian Way.

Sally Haas Colbert of Illustrated Properties Wellington successfully completed the $6.3 million sale of an equestrian estate in Wellington’s Saddle Trail community. Illustrated is a member of the Keyes Family of Companies.

Colbert represented the buyer in the all-cash transaction, which closed Nov. 15. Beth Congel sold the property to Eclypse Holdings LLC.

Located on 4.1 acres at 14471 Equestrian Way, the property has direct bridle path access to the horse show grounds. It includes a five-bedroom residence built in 2006 with a chef’s kitchen, impact glass windows and three different living areas to accommodate multi-generational occupants. The property also features a brand-new pool; 15-stall center aisle barn complete with five grooming stalls, two tack rooms, office and a one-bedroom apartment; a 160-foot-by-210-foot arena; a 115-foot-by-140-foot grass jump field; six large paddocks; and more.

“We congratulate Sally for helping her client find an ideal estate for an equestrian enthusiast,” Illustrated President & CEO Mike Pappas said. “At Illustrated, we are fortunate to have a Wellington team of sales associates who provide unparalleled service to buyers and sellers throughout the village.”

Colbert is also representing the buyer of 14471 Equestrian Way in the sale of a nearby Wellington property that is under contract.

“It was a privilege to represent the buyer of this one-of-a-kind property,” Colbert said. “I am proud to be part of Illustrated’s Wellington team, which successfully leverages the technology, marketing and infrastructure of our family of companies to produce incredible results for our clients.”

David Welles of Equestrian Sotheby’s was the listing agent in the transaction.

Earlier this year, Illustrated was named the 2018 Member of the Year by Luxury Portfolio International, the luxury marketing division of preeminent global network Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, one of the luxury real estate industry’s most coveted awards.

Keyes and Illustrated control more than 20 percent of the $1 million-plus market in northern Palm Beach County.