Just west of West Palm Beach lies a once-sleepy village that has become a booming destination for its equestrian events, attractions, and activities. Wellington has been named in Money Magazine’s “Top 100 Best Places to Live” in both 2010 and 2019 and has continued to attract affluent families from all over the globe to compete at the Winter Equestrian Festival, International Polo Club, and the Adequan Global Dressage Festival, amongst others. But while this exclusive enclave in South Florida has acre upon acre of gated communities, it lacks turnkey ultra-luxury residential options. Thanks to investment and development by businessman and owner of the BlackWatch Polo Team, Neil Hirsch, and his partners at CH Development LLC, it is primed to add to this high standard of living expected by this enormously picky group with Coach House Wellington.
Coach House has been designed specifically to attract the families and individuals who spend ample time in Wellington each year to create an iconic, first-of-its-kind, luxury residence. Coach House is set to be located adjacent to Wellington’s Equestrian Preserve Area on five-and-a-half acres offering stunning panoramic views. Encompassing spacious condominiums and oversized private terraces, Coach House will have 34 units ranging from 2,800 to 5,800 square feet, offered in eight impressive floor plans. The building will provide residents up-close convenience to world-class polo & showgrounds, as well as over 100 miles of groomed bridle trails.
“We saw a void in the Wellington community,” said Hirsch. “Coach House will be the first opportunity to enjoy a lock-and-leave lifestyle in a luxury private residence. Our homeowners will have the privilege of overlooking one of the world’s top equestrian venues from Coach House.”
With a motto of being a community that sets the standard while keeping the tradition, this modern sanctuary will provide a life well lived to all its inhabitants. Upon entry through its cordial Porte-cochére entry, residents are greeted with first-class anticipatory service of a fully staffed property. Presenting an easy, refined and comfortable community accented with exquisite, contemporary amenities, the founders’ dreams came to life from an architectural and design standpoint.
Hirsch’s team meticulously selected Architect Garcia Stromberg, Interior Designer Denise Kuriger, and Land Planner and Landscape Architect Schmidt Nichols to lead on design and construction of the building. From integrating the kinds of luxurious amenities and environmental features typically found in a world-class, five-star hotel, ensuring a refined lifestyle for its future residents, no stone has been left unturned.
Along with their exquisitely designed residences, the amenities at Coach House are top-shelf. Residents can get a workout in at their high-end fitness center or opt for a serene moment in their spa. The rooftop pool with private cabana sits atop the 4-story building and is the community’s crown jewel. No detail has been spared in offering owners a first-class, exceptional living experience. Residents and their guests can also enjoy a favorite spirit or glass of wine at the Couch House Bar and Lounge or entertain family and friends in the building’s private dining room with a full catering kitchen.
Already, two high-profile names from the polo world have taken notice of Coach House. Both Nacho Figueras and Grant Ganzi have secured residences within the building, citing the proximity to the equestrian grounds and the spectacular amenities offered as the reasons for selecting their new home. Prices for units at Coach House start at $2.5 million.