The luxury equestrian property owned by actor Jack Klugman in the 1980s has gone on the market in Temecula, California, for $8,299,000.
One of California's most prestigious working thoroughbred breeding and training facilities known as Hacienda De Endar, this premiere and nostalgic 40 acre Spanish estate is located in the heart of Temecula's Wine Country, Valle de los Caballos.
The property, Hacienda de Endar, boasts an 8902-square-foot main home, four guest homes and one apartment.
The Spanish style main house is listed as having five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms.
The property was set up as a thoroughbred breeding and training facility, reflecting 89-year-old Klugman's interest in the breed.
Horse facilities include 14-stall and 18-stall barns, an eight-stall mare motel, hay barn, jumping arenas and pastures. It also has a veterinary room.
The property also has a five-hole golf course, tennis court and a swimming pool with spa. It is located in the heart of Temecula's wine country.
Klugman is probably best-known for his role as actor Tony Randall's sloppy roommate Oscar Madison in the sitcom "The Odd Couple" in the 1970s.
He also had a starring role in "Quincy, M.E." in the 1970s and 1980s, and made numerous appearances on TV and in various movie roles.
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