Got a few million dollars sitting idly in your bank account but you don’t know what to spend it on? Then you’re in luck because Robert Redford is selling his 30-acre horse ranch in Utah for a cool $4.9 million.
The 84-year-old retired actor’s massive property is located in Charleston and features a nearly 1,500-square-foot farmhouse that has two bedrooms, a 2,000-square-foot woodshop, a hobby house that has a garden, plus a garage just for boats, a horse-training ring, and, of course, a whole lot of pasture to enjoy. If that wasn’t enough to tickle your fancy, the ranch is only 16 miles north of the Sundance Mountain Resort, which was also owned by Redford until he sold it back in 2020.
Redford has had a long-standing love affair with Utah, as he first began buying property in the state back in the 60s and has been amassing land there ever since. He bought this ranch back in 1996, specifically as a home for his horses to exercise during the winter.
“For the last 25 years, my family and I have loved and embraced this ranch as a base for our horse program, running clinics and serving as a home for our many beloved horses,” Redford said in a statement to the WSJ. “Looking ahead, we want to focus on expanding the facilities at our ranch located at Sundance in nearby Provo Canyon.”
If the ranch is a bit outside of your price range, you can still enjoy looking at the photos and imagining yourself buying it if you stumble upon some buried treasure or win the lottery. But if you are one of the lucky few who somehow can afford this massive horse ranch, you probably should act fast, as it’s hard to imagine a place this nice will be on the market for too long.