Former Jack Klugman estate

The 40-acre equestrian property, built in the 1980s, is listed in Temecula at $8,299,000. (PreviewFirst.com)

A 40-acre equestrian estate built in the 1980s by actor Jack Klugman has come on the market in Temecula at $8,299,000.


Called Hacienda de Endar and designed as a thoroughbred breeding and training facility, the property is set in Riverside County wine country and includes an 8,902-square-foot main house, guest houses, a five-hole golf course, a tennis court and a swimming pool with spa.

The Spanish-style main house has four bedrooms and 51/2 bathrooms; a guest home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two patio homes each contain two bedrooms with one bathroom, and a guest apartment has one bedroom and one bathroom. There is also a two-bedroom, one-bathroom manager's house and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom manager apartment.

Among the equestrian facilities are a 14-stall main barn with an attached office, an 18-stall barn with two tack rooms, a hay barn, several jumping arenas and pastures.

The Emmy Award-winning Klugman, 89, is identified with his roles as sloppy roommate Oscar Madison in the '70s hit series "The Odd Couple" and for the tile role in "Quincy, M.E." (1976-83.) He starred in the films "12 Angry Men" (1957) and "Days of Wine and Roses" (1962).

Dee Messing of First Team Real Estate, Temecula, has the listing.

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