2085 Rolling Hills, Morgan Hill, Ca has 1.49 acres. According to Santa Clara County Code & Municipal Corporation, Sub-Section 2.30.020 (use regulations), you would be allowed to have 2 horses on that property (the regulation is 2 horses per acre). You might be able to argue that .49 acres = almost another horse making a total of 3. Make sure the neighbors aren't "NIMBYs"
You also want to know that you will have enough water for them. In mild weather ,most horses require 10-12 gallons per day, each. A "g.p.m." test can be conducted at the water sourse to determine the volume of water typically available. Also, if you have enough water to irrigate your own pasture your hay bill will be greatly reduced.
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Mike Walters, DRE #00466668
Just get a local agent and you will do fine. They will help you find a horse property.
This is a bank owned sale and it is a pending sale. Pending means that it already has a contract to purchase on it. As far as whether or not it is a horse property, you would have to check with the city for zoning information as the multiple listing service did not provide that detail.
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