About Gilbert Horse Property
Gilbert horse property comes in all shapes and sizes. Gilbert was established as a farming community and most Gilbert horse properties are irrigated. Flood irrigation is highly desired on horse property because it offers the ability to water large areas of land and maintain pasture. Gilbert receives flood irrigation through both SRP Irrigation and Roosevelt Water District.
Is Gilbert Horse Property on a Maricopa County Island?
Not all Gilbert Horse Property in on a Maricopa County Island. There are many subdivisions that used to be Maricopa County Island and have recently been annexed by the Town of Gilbert. You will find Gilbert horse properties that have approximately one acre. This is a very common size and according to Maricopa County you can currently have three horses on one acre. I have seen many folks have far more and it is taxing on the land. There are some subdivisions such as Sawyer Estates where the homes on located on 2.5 acres. No matter how much acreage you are looking for, Gilbert is an amazing equine community.
How do I find Gilbert Horse Property?
Finding horse property in Gilbert is not difficult if you know where to look. The horse properties are scattered throughout the city and used to be in rural areas, yet now are often surrounded by new subdivisions.
I personally live on horse property in Gilbert and I have been helping buyers buyer AZ Horse Property and helping sellers sell AZ Horse Property since 2004. The opportunity to earn your business is highly valued. I have sold hundreds of properties and it takes a specialist to handle your horse property. Don’t let just any agent help you or you could have issues down the road. I am happy to answer questions about Gilbert horse property or Chandler horse property or really any city in the Phoenix Metro area.
Michelle Shelton is an Associate Broker with eXp Realty. She is the Treasurer of the Arizona Regional MLS and serves on the Board of Directors with Arizona Association of REALTORS® as well as Southeast Valley Regional Association of REALTORS®. Michelle is also on the Rules Committee at ARMLS and serves on various task forces for ARMLS. She is also Chair of the Audit Committee. Michelle is active in raising the bar in the real estate industry as a whole. She has a passion for people and the rights of homeowners. As a Public Speaker and Writer, she has written for various magazine and trade publications and speaks Nationwide regarding the loss of her son, grief and emotional health.
She is a Certified Negotiations Expert, has attended Accredited Buyer classes and is a real estate instructor with Internal Dynamics Real Estate School.
Michelle enjoys time with her husband and family, writing, gardening, reading and is a huge fan of personal growth.