Take a look at our pick of wow-factor manors for sale with equestrian facilities
1. The Manor House, Dorset
For you: a Grade II-listed manor house with seven bedrooms, a billiard room, cellars, a two-bedroom coach house, orchard, workshop and tennis court.
For the horses: a traditional three-box stable block, modern barns with additional stables and storage plus a horse walker. Set in 34.2 acres.
What’s the damage? £2m
Telephone number: 01202 856 800
2. Manor House, Shropshire
For you: a 16th-century manor house with seven bedrooms, landscaped gardens, a disused tennis court, swimming pool, a walled driveway and two cellar rooms.
For the horses: 11 stables, a tack and feed room, 20x40m floodlit-arena, traditional outbuildings and good hacking via country lanes. Set in 17 acres.
What’s the damage? £950,000
Agent: Jackson Equestrian
Telephone number: 01743 491979
3. Bockenfield Manor, Northumberland
For you: a Grade II-listed, four-bedroom house which dates back to 1660. Period features include panelled doors, inglenook fireplaces and exposed stonework.
For the horses: the paddock land is well fenced and divided into five interconnecting enclosures, four of which have a water supply. The paddock located to the side of the house contains a large field shelter suitable for storage or stabling. Set in 4.9 acres.
What’s the damage? £795,000
Agent: Finest Properties
Telephone number: 01434 622234
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4. Redfants Manor, Essex
For you: (lot 1) a Grade II-listed manor house with eight bedrooms, a cellar, garage block with a room above, a barn with planning for a pool and conservatory, tennis court and ornamental lake. In all four acres.
For the horses: (lot 2): six stables, a tack room, arena and hay barn, with 21.6 acres of grazing.
What’s the damage? £1.5m to £1.9m
Agent: Zoe Napier Country & Equestrian
Telephone number: 01621 840333
Next week: Equestrian properties in Devon
Ref: Horse & Hound; 12 January 2017