Robert Redford is placing up his Charleston, Utah, ranch of 25 years on the market for $4.9 million.
The actor and director informally named the 30-acre horse ranch after his 1998 film “The Horse Whisperer.”
Redford, 84, bought the land in 1996 as a spot for his horses to train through the winter, Compass agent Steven Mavromihalis advised the Wall Street Journal.
Located 16 miles north of the Sundance Mountain Resort — the “arts [and] recreational community” that Redford created, with the whole lot from ski lodging to summer time theater — the ranch boasts panoramic views of Mount Timpanogos.
Made up of seven buildings, the property features a 1,460-square-foot farmhouse with two bedrooms, a 2,000-square-foot woodshop, a 3,200-square-foot backyard pastime home, a ship storage, a hay barn, coated horse stalls, a horse-training ring and countless pastures.
“For the last 25 years, my family and I have loved and embraced this ranch as a base for our horse program, running clinics and serving as a home for our many beloved horses,” Redford mentioned in an announcement to the WSJ. “Looking ahead, we want to focus on expanding the facilities at our ranch located at Sundance in nearby Provo Canyon.”
Redford started amassing property in Utah within the Sixties when he purchased 2 acres in Provo Canyon and constructed an A-frame cabin for his household.
In 1969, Redford’s appearing career took off when he co-starred alongside Paul Newman in “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” a landmark nouveau Western a few band of outlaws.
In 2018, Redford introduced that he would retire from acting. His newest stints embrace government producing the documentary collection “Death Row Stories” and the documentary “Desert of the Real.”
Last year, Redford’s son James died of liver most cancers at age 58.