When it comes to trophy properties, there are just so few that fit the bill. They are rare to come to market with so few and far between. This world-class, 95-Acre backcountry Greenwich equestrian estate provides a wealthy buyer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a pure, one-off trophy property as there are just so few assemblages of this amount of land within 45 minutes driving distance of Manhattan. 404 Taconic Road, also known as Lionshare Farm, sits on the boarder of Greenwich and Stamford, and a short 5 minute drive to Bedford. The property is spread over 95.12 acres and includes a 36 stall show barn with 115' X 240' indoor riding ring. Upstairs is trophy room lounge complete with a fireplace and a wall of windows overlooking the riding ring. The show barn also features a bedroom with a full bath and staff quarters for 6. The grounds also include 14 spacious grass paddocks, a jumping derby field, 2 outdoor riding rings, an aerated pond, an additional 34 stall polo barn, cottages and second indoor riding ring. The property has been operating as a dual Lionshare Farm equestrian center along with the LEO Zoological Conservation Center, an off-exhibit, nonprofit wildlife reserve and breeding facility overseen by Marcella Haroche Leone. Lionshare Farm has been owned and operated for close to two decades by Olympic Silver Medalist Equestrian Peter Leone & his wife, Marcella Haroche Leone, the daughter of the late Gilbert Haroche, founder of Liberty Travel. Lionshare Farm is listed for $39 million with Sally Slater of Douglas Elliman.