Living in Grand Prix Village, Wellington
What to know in Grand Prix Village
Grand Prix Village in Wellington is an all-ages, gated community ofSingle Family Residences.
Grand Prix Village has a Home Owner's Association offers residents access to community amenities such as a and more.
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Association: Home Owner's Association
Type of homes: Single Family Residences
Homes in the Community: Unknown Established in: Unknown New Construction Available: Unknown
Country Club Membership Available
Membership Equity Required
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About Grand Prix Village
Grand Prix Village is the most prestigious subdivision of world-class barns in Wellington, Florida. This equestrian community is heaven for the biggest horse enthusiast. Homes in Grand Prix Village are situated on 3 acres of land or more and include nothing but the best for the top of the line amenities, including but not limited too beautiful multi-stall barns, ideal separate staff quarters, and convenient tack rooms. Each property is complete with fresh water, sewer, and electric. 8 stalls per acre are allowed. This spectacular neighborhood benefits from bridle paths and golf cart paths directly connected to Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. The PBIEC is a 140 acre equestrian center with 2 unique competition areas and in total has 17 competition rings, a 5-acre derby field, and a large covered area. PBEIC just completed a $30 million renovation and is now considered one of the world's premier equestrian facilities. Wellington Equestrian Partners owns Grand Prix Village and owns Palm Beach International Equestrian Center and Equestrian Sport Productions. Wellington is located in Palm Beach County and is surrounded by divine restaurants, decadent dining, cultural venues, and pristine beaches. Wellington was voted in the "Top 100" Best Places to Live by Money Magazine in 2010 and has become a very luxurious city but has remained very quiet through its expansion and benefits from having busy surrounding towns like West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami that allow the town to remain calm but convenient to all of life's necessities.