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Equestrian Club Residence by Krista Watterworth

By • Feb 15, 2015

Krista Watterworth Design Studio recently completed the Equestrian Club project.

This inspiring single family residence is located in Wellington, a village known for its equestrian community in Florida, USA.

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Equestrian Club Residence by Krista Watterworth:

“Wellington, Florida is known colloquially as “horse country”. It’s a rare gem in south Florida.

Unlike neighboring cities like West Palm Beach and Boca Raton, Wellington has maintained a quiet, almost timeless atmosphere. Residents are often spotted riding horseback, a rare pastime indeed!

Of course, there’s a reason for this: Competitive riders travel from all over the world to practice and compete in and around the famed Equestrian Club, the location of this gorgeous home.

The homeowner, whose daughter is quite the skilled competitor, decided to purchase a home in Wellington to immerse her daughter in its equestrian culture.

Although the tradition of her community and the quiet calm of Wellington appealed to her, she wanted a home that suited her taste and personality, a home that blended modern, traditional, and whimsical both subtly and effortlessly.”

Photos by: Jessica Glynn

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