Escape the rat race with these dream equestrian properties for sale on the Isle of Wight

1. Smallbrook Farm, Isle Of Wight

Smallbrook photo

For you: a Grade II-listed main house with four bedrooms, two holiday cottages and another cottage that is being converted into holiday accommodation. There are mature gardens, an orchard and a lake.
For the horses: a barn with six boxes, a tack room and an adjoining yard, with around seven acres of grazing divided into paddocks with post-and-rail fencing.
What’s the damage? £1.6m
Agent: Biles & Co
Telephone number: 01983 872335
Visit: www.bilesandco.co.uk

2. Moons Hill, Isle Of Wight

Moons Hill

For you: a Victorian country home with a master bedroom suite with “his and hers” bathrooms and a dressing room, plus five further bedrooms. There is also a wine cellar, tennis court and landscaped gardens with outstanding views.
For the horses: a block of four stables and a large barn for storage. Set in 8.5 acres.
What’s the damage? £2.15m
Agent: Knight Frank
Telephone number: 01962 850333
Visitwww.knightfrank.co.uk

3. Hill Farm, Isle Of Wight

Hill Farm

For you: a Georgian-style Grade II-listed farmhouse set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with four bedrooms, as well as a two-bedroom annexe.
For the horses: there are substantial stone outbuildings with a stable block with six boxes and a tack room. There’s a large tractor barn and threshing barn, plus a 15x35m sand school. Set in 12.7 acres.
What’s the damage? £1.45m
Agent: Hose Rhodes Dickson
Telephone number: 01983 538090
Visit: www.hrdcountryhomes.co.uk

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4. Wacklands, Isle Of Wight

Wacklands

For you: a Grade II-listed Georgian manor house with four bedrooms, a wine cellar, heated swimming pool and small lake, as well as three holiday cottages.
For the horses: six stables plus a feed store/tack room and a loft, with access to a network of bridleways. Set in 12.5 acres.
What’s the damage? £1.275m
Agent: Spence Willard
Telephone number: 01983 200880
Visit: www.spencewillard.co.uk

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Ref: Horse & Hound; 8 September 2016