Head east with our pick of equestrian properties in the county
1. Highfield House and Stables, Lincolnshire
For you: an immaculate racing yard with a four-bedroom trainer’s house in the Lincolnshire Wolds, complete with three reception rooms, a conservatory and office. There is also planning permission for four staff cottages.
For the horses: 39 stables, a vet box, paddocks, horse walker, storeroom, tack room and access to gallops. Set in about nine acres.
What’s the damage? £895,000
Agent: Windsor Clive International
Telephone number: 01672 521155
2. Fir Tree Farm, Lincolnshire
For you: a four-bedroom property completed in 2004. Outbuildings include an office, shower room and heated dog kennel with run.
For the horses: a stable block with seven boxes, a wash box and three foaling boxes, plus a six-box American barn and a 50x60m manège. Also, a cottage used as tack rooms and kitchen, which could be converted into an annexe (subject to planning). Set in about 18 acres.
What’s the damage? £1m
Telephone number: 01522 508908
3. Beesby Hall, Lincolnshire
For you: a classic neo-Regency-style modern country house with seven bedrooms, a coach house, swimming pool and tennis court. It’s a short drive away from the rolling countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding beauty, and the sandy beaches of the east coast.
For the horses: a stable yard including four loose boxes, a feed room, wash room, 27x40m arena and about 7.5 acres of paddock land.
What’s the damage? £1.495m
Agent: Robert Bell & Company
Telephone number: 01507 522222
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4. Jerali Cottage, Lincolnshire
For you: a four/five-bedroom country house in a rural setting, with a conservatory, dog kennel and formal gardens.
For the horses: a brick and pantiled stable yard with nine stables and a further steel profile building with eight internal stables, a 20x40m arena and post-and-rail paddocks. The property is set in around six acres.
What’s the damage? £585,000
Telephone number: 01775 766766
Next week: Equestrian properties under £500,000
Ref: Horse & Hound; 29 December 2016