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1914 Stable Stone Ln Pearland, TX 77581 Directions

1914 Stable Stone Ln (currently not for sale) is located in Stonebridge subdivision in Brazoria County. Scroll to see the property features, tax value, mortgage calculator, nearby schools and similar homes for sale.

The property information herein and below is from the county appraisal district and should be independently verified.

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Market Value:

$ 388,200/Appraisal District ($98/sqft.)


1914 Stable Stone Ln

Legal Description:


Building Sqft.:

3,954367.3266(m²) /Appraisal District

Year Built:

2011 /Appraisal District

Lot Size:

8,468 Sqft. 786.6772(m²) /Appraisal District

Rooms/Lot Dimensions

Room Description:

1 Living Area,Breakfast Room,Formal Dining,Gameroom Up,Kitchen/Dining Combo,Living/Dining Combo,Loft,Media,Study/Library

Interior Features

Energy Feature:

Attic Vents,Ceiling Fans,Digital Program Thermostat,High-Efficiency HVAC,Insulated Doors,Insulated/Low-E windows,Insulation - Blown Cellulose,Insulation - Other,Other Energy Features,Radiant Attic Barrier


Breakfast Bar,Dry Bar,Fire/Smoke Alarm,High Ceiling,Hollywood Bath,Island Kitchen

Bathroom Description:

Double Sinks,Primary Bath + Separate Shower,Whirlpool/Tub


Granitew/Bev Waterf


Central Electric,Zoned


Central Gas,Zoned


Electric Dryer Connections,Gas Dryer Connections,Washer Connections


1/Gas Connections,Wood Burning Fireplace

Bedroom Desc:

1 Bedroom Down, Not Primary BR,Primary Bed - 1st Floor,Split Plan

Number Of Dinning Area:

1 Living Area,Breakfast Room,Formal Dining,Gameroom Up,Kitchen/Dining Combo,Living/Dining Combo,Loft,Media,Study/Library

Exterior Features

Garage Carport:

Double-Wide Driveway,Workshop

Water Sewer:

Water District

Lot Description:

Subdivision Lot,Wooded

Exterior Type:

Brick & Wood,Cement Board,Stone


Back Yard,Back Yard Fenced,Covered Patio/Deck,Fully Fenced,Patio/Deck,Porch,Workshop

Lot Information

Disclaimer: Lot configuration and dimensions are estimates, not based on personal knowledge and come from a third party (Digital Map Products); therefore, you should not rely on the estimates and perform independent confirmation as to their accuracy

Additional Information


Deed Restrictions

Dwelling Type:

Free Standing


Stone Lane Stables, West Bloomfield, NY

Contact: Stone Lane Stables

Regional Description: Riding in New York (NY): New York (NY) (USA - United States of America)

This information is a general information about horse riding, riding facilities, horseback riding areas in the selected region New York (NY) and was not created by Stone Lane Stables. We only show this text, if there is not a specific description made by the selected horse riding facility Stone Lane Stables in the region of New York (NY).

The state of New York is well known for the biggest city, which is New York City. But the state is larger than the well known Big Apple. On the north and on the west side the state of New York has a border to Canada. So also the famous Nigara Falls are part of the state of New York and New York borders touch also the great lakes Erie and Ontario, which are connected by the Niagara river. There are two major state parks in New York, the biggest one is Adirondack Park. The park is the largest state park in the whole United States of America, it is about the size of the state of Vermont. The state parks have specified areas which are protected for the nature. These areas are called „Wilderness Areas“, there you are not allowed to use cars or bikes, you only can go horse riding, hiking, fishing and hunting there. The state of New York is relatively flat, Mount Marcy with a height of about 1600 meters is the highest point. The Appalachian Valley dominates the eastern part of New York. It contains the Lake Champlain Valley in the northern party and the Hudson Valley as the southern part. Of course horseback riding is also possible in the state of New York. But remember, you will have to go to the outer districts of New York City or to the countrysite. There are many stables for horse riding people, but you will not find them in New York City Downtown or Manhattan. It is a few years ago that the last horse riding stable in the area of the New York City Central Park was closed permanently. So if you want to have a ride or go on a trail with a horse, move out of New York City into other districts of the state New York. The best horse riding opportunities for tourists in New York City are in the counties of Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens County, West-Chester County an Rockland County. There are also stables in Brooklyn County, Kings County and even in the Bronx. But also the northern and western part of the state of New York offer great possibilities to go horseback riding or trail riding. You can find horse riding stables around Albany, Buffalo, Niagara Falls or Rochester.

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Hobart and William Smith Colleges logo Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Edging out the competition, the HWS Equestrian Team recently took home several blue ribbons during a horse show event hosted by Nazareth College at Lehman Farms in Pittsford, N.Y.

Blue ribbons were taken home by Emily Fearey ’16, Courtney Holt ’15, Erica Lipke ’18, Claire Miney ’17 and Gabrielle Steinhardt ’17. In addition, Steinhardt was named the Reserve High Point Rider for the day. Overall, the team placed fifth at the show.

Holt, the team captain, says one of HWS Equestrian’s goals this season has been to send as many riders as possible to the regional competition in spring 2015. Currently, Miney and the team’s co-captain, Steinhardt, have qualified for regionals. Holt says the team would like to have one more rider qualify for the zone competition during regionals. In all, the team has competed in five shows this semester, with one left to go.

Vying against top teams such as Cornell University, Alfred University, University of Rochester and Ithaca College, the team is currently ranked eighth out of 13 colleges and universities in the region. HWS Equestrian, which was established as a club sport in 2007, is part of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.

“Everyone is very supportive of each other at shows, wanting to see everyone do well at all levels of riding,” says Gail Foster ’17, who took dressage lessons for the past eight years before joining the team. “Riding on the team has been a great experience so far.”

Foster says it’s been an outstanding learning experience, one in which she has been able to gain insights from advanced riders.

Meghan Greco ’18, says that as a first-year student, the team has been a great way to connect with other students interested in riding. “I went from knowing no one on campus to knowing an amazing group of women who all come from different riding backgrounds, which leads to an extremely dynamic team.”

For Holt, riding has allowed her to create lasting friendships on campus. “Horse shows are a great opportunity to spend time doing something I love with a great group of people,” she says.

“Club sports allow students to participate and be competitive in their favorite sports without the pressure and time commitment of a varsity sport,” says Holt, who has participated in the club team since her first year at the Colleges.

Holt encourages students at HWS to take advantage of the great club sports program offered.

“Riding reinforces time management, discipline, responsibility and countless other life skills that are applicable in almost any situation,” Holt says. “Not only has the team provided me with fun memories and strong friendships, but I have learned skills that will be utilized in my life after HWS.”

The team is coached by Sarah Barge ’02, who owns and operates Stone Lane Stables in West Bloomfield, N.Y., where lessons take place. Barge’s goal is to develop high quality and successful horses and riders. Lessons also take place with trainer Sarah Donahue.

The current HWS Equestrian Team roster is as follows:

Gabrielle Brisson ’15, Courtney Holt ’15, Catherine Price ’15, Emily Fearey ’16, Kristin Ressel ’16, Alexa Campolieto ’17, Sophia Catania ’17, Emma Fricke ’17, Gail Foster ’17, Erin Lichter ’17, Claire Miney ’17, Gabrielle Steinhardt ’17, Allie Brown ’18, Sara Dolan ’18, Hannah Frankel ’18, Meghan Greco ’18 and Erica Lipke ’18. 


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