Well, I haven't been here for awhile, but i have a question regarding a property in a semi-rural area of N.W. Ohio. The property is ten acres with an older, 1,200 square foot home of fair to average condition. There has been a lot of D.I.Y. improvements to the interior & exterior and it shows. However, the big items are the two large outbuildings with a total of 20 horse stalls, along with fenced pasturage & a 1/2 mile or so oval track for the owners horses. He says he does not board any horses, and there were no signs to indicate this was a commercial use. However, 20 stalls are about five times the amount that is typical for a rural property to have for personal use, it is usually about 2 - 5 stalls in a barn. I did a review of sales in the immediate area and found ZERO sales of anything with horse facilities. If I could find something similar to the subject in terms of the # of horse stalls, I imagine the house would be far superior to mine. The question I have, is this property better classified as a commercial use, or could I, assuming I can find comps, appraise this as residential? Thanks in advance for any advice.