Take a look at our pick of properties for sale with secondary accommodation for onsite staff
1. High Dunstone Farm, Devon
The extra space: a detached, stone-built former granary with one bedroom.
For you: an 18th-century Devon farmhouse with four bedrooms, an AGA, pretty gardens and a pond.
For the horses: three stables with power and water, and an outdoor sand school. The grazing land amounts to just under 3.5 acres and is divided into two fenced paddocks.
What’s the damage? £775,000
Agent: Lang Town & Country
Telephone number: 01752 456000
2. Bowser Hill Farm, Northumberland
The extra space: two two-bedroom cottages, which are currently used as holiday lets.
For you: a traditional, double-fronted stone farmhouse with four bedrooms and far-reaching views over the Derwent Valley.
For the horses: a stable block with three loose boxes, a pony box and a tack room, plus a 30x40m all-weather arena and 5.5 acres of paddock land.
What’s the damage? £895,000
Agent: Finest Properties
Telephone number: 01434 622234
3. The Paddocks, Warwickshire
The extra space: ground floor staff accommodation in the equestrian centre, with one bedroom.
For you: a five-bedroom house set in unspoilt countryside with established gardens and a gym in a former stable.
For the horses: the equestrian centre includes extensive stabling, a floodlit arena, a tack room, multiple stores and around 20 acres of grazing with good fencing and water.
What’s the damage? In excess of £2m
Agent: John Shepherd
Telephone number: 01564 783866
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4. The Hayes, Shropshire
The extra space: a coach house to the side of the main house has been converted to provide two separate residences — a two bedroom cottage and a one bedroom flat — plus ample storage space.
For you: a Grade II*-listed house with six bedrooms, sitting above the town of Oswestry.
For the horses: a stable block with five boxes, set in 4.1 acres.
What’s the damage? £850,000
Telephone number: 01952 239 533
Next week: Equestrian properties in Scotland
Ref: Horse & Hound; 18 August 2016