Settle in ‘God’s Own Country’ with these dream equestrian properties

Head north for these heavenly equestrian properties in Yorkshire

1. Holly Park, Yorkshire


For you: a small equestrian estate with a main five-bedroom period house and a three-bedroom barn conversion, both with garages and separate entrances.
For the horses: the horses have just under eight acres of land, divided into five fenced paddocks, an indoor school, stabling comprising 10 boxes, and a hay store and barn.
What’s the damage? £690,000
Agent: Peter Illingworth
Telephone number: 01751 431107
Visit: www.peterillingworth.co.uk

2. The Villa, Yorkshire


For you: a four-bedroom period home, situated on the edge of a village. There is a range of brick outbuildings, which have permission to be converted into bed and breakfast accommodation.
For the horses: two stables, a tack room, a covered storage area, which is ideal for hay/straw storage, and a 20x40m arena. Set in 2.2 acres.
What’s the damage? £475,000
Agent: Rural Scene
Telephone number: 01264 850700
Visit: www.ruralscene.co.uk

3. Brandsby Hall, Yorkshire


For you: a 10-bedroom, recently refurbished, Grade II-listed Georgian house with commanding views south over the Vale of York towards the towers of York Minster on the skyline. It boasts a two-bedroom flat, a four-bedroom cottage and a squash court.
For the horses: a traditional courtyard with stables, set in 43 acres which includes gardens and parkland.
What’s the damage? £4.25m
Agent: Knight Frank
Telephone number: 01423 530088
Visit: www.knightfrank.co.uk

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4. Wilstrop Hall, Yorkshire


For you: situated in lovely open countryside just south of the River Nidd, this seven-bedroom period house comes with a five-bedroom cottage.
For the horses: a range of traditional and modern farm buildings well suited for general storage, livestock or equestrian use. Set in 132 acres, with land that is suitable for livestock or horses.
What’s the damage? £3m
Agent: Savills
Telephone number: 01904 617 800
Visit: www.savills.com

Next week: Equestrian properties with long drives

Ref: Horse & Hound; 6 October 2016

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