In short the answer to your question is, yes. As a rule of thumb, you need at least two acres of land to house a horse. Of course, we'd need to confirm with the county zoning and future land use to ensure the specific parcel you're interested in permits horses. Your best bets for finding such property is Beulah, Cantonment, Molino, Jay, Pace, and Milton since these areas tend to be more rural. The nice thing about the Pensacola area is, even if you're located in one of these rural areas, you're still conveniently close to commercial amenities.
Give me a call and we can discuss further. I can then send you listings matching the type home and property you're looking for.
Have a great day....Lew
RE/MAX on the Coast, Associate Broker
Serving Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties
Providing the Service We'd Expect and YOU deserve.
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