Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison's ex-wife, Barbara, has put her Oregon equestrian farm on the market.
The 200-acre property known as Wild Turkey Farm boasts a 10,000-square-foot main house, an indoor horse training arena, a 2,500-square-foot manager's residence and an infinity pool.
The farm in Wilsonville, Oregon, which is also a breeding and training facility, is listed for $19.5 million through Christie's international Real Estate.
Wild Turkey Farm, which has an impressive cobblestone facade, has been put on the market for $19.5 million by Larry Ellison's ex-wife, BarbaraInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Sunlight from tall wood-accented windows filters through the foyer. Barbara purchased the property in 2001 after she came across the house at a horse show at a nearby farm
A decorative rug and the rustic tiles contribute to the warm atmosphere of the main house. Wild Turkey was then a tree-orchard and Barbara purchased it for $2.995million
The cream tones of granite in the kitchen counters and island add a pristine finish to the room. Boothe was in charge of rebuilding the structure of the house for ten years, and moved in when the main house was ready in 2011
The main house decor includes cherry woodwork and cabinetry and cedar siding
There is also an infinity pool outdoors, surrounded by greenery and with amazing views to the nearby fieldsInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The dude ranch has five bedrooms, four fireplaces and six bathrooms in the main house, and 33 pastures, 5 barns, 97 stalls and an outdoor a vet lab. The decor includes cedar siding and cherry woodwork, stone floors and glass doors.
The farm also has a retirement barn, a training barn, a mare an foal barn and a stallion barn.