Feature film producer Sarah Siegel-Magness has hefted her ranch in Carpinteria, California, onto the open market this summer. The property, which was developed through an abiding love of the equestrian sport of polo, listed this month with an asking price of $50 million to the penny.
A specialty hobbyist enterprise, the ranch — titled Cancha de Estrellas in light of the celebrities who have brought their mallets to bear on its fields — is packed with all-business structures supporting the game, and accommodations for those with four legs and very long noses.
Creature comforts oriented toward the biped are somewhat harder to find. However, there is a lounge building on site, which contains a kitchen and game room; the building offers a glass-walled interior space and a porch for viewing the action. An airstream trailer is included with the sale, and a suitably aristocratic Land Rover — in British Green, no less — may be as well.
Acreage, then, becomes the name of the game. And the property does offer a sizable expanse: 61.2 acres. It’s also waterfront, and overlooks the Pacific from its terminus at a dramatic sandy bluff.