If you’re feeling fed up with the cold wintry weather, then why not oggle over these beautiful equestrian properties for sale in sunny Spain.
From grand family homes to stunning villas, these houses are so impressive they might even tempt you to leave the country…
1. ‘Magnificent family home’
Location: Casares, Spain
Selling points: This grand property is located on a plot of 12 hectares and offers breathtaking views of Gaucin and the surrounding mountains. The finca, with landscaped gardens planted with ancient olive trees, boasts an infinity swimming pool with waterfall.
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with a cloakroom, a large ranch style kitchen, a spacious formal dining room and a sitting room with fireplace. In the north wing there are three double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The first floor comprises of a master suite with a sitting room, his and hers dressing rooms, a large bathroom and a private terrace with panoramic views. Below the main house, there is a separate four-bedroomed guest cottage with its own swimming pool and garden.
The equestrian facilities comprise of seven looseboxes, a shower area, a tack room, a feed room, hay storage and a horse walker. There are three large paddocks and an outdoor arena with an automatic sprinkler system.
2. ‘Immaculate timber house’
Location: Mijas, Malaga, Spain
Selling points: This timber property features three houses, stables and numerous paddocks. There is excellent hacking all within easy reach of the coast.
The spacious three-bedroomed main house looks out towards Mijas and the surrounding mountains, with covered terraces to provide shade beside the pool. There are numerous outbuidings including three large stables, a tack room and feed room.
3. ‘Panoramic views’
Location: Coin, Malaga, Spain
Selling points: This gated and walled property was constructed in 2005 and is situated half an hour from Marbella on the Costa del Sol, close to the town of Coin.
The Andalusian style villa features four large bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, as well as a one-bedroomed apartment with a separate entrance. There is an underground garage and a separate carport.
The outside area comprises of a pool, new stable block, a tack room, a barn, a groom’s apartment and an additional guest toilet and laundry room. There is plenty of room for horses with three paddocks and an Olympic sized dressage arena.
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4. ‘Built to the highest standards’
Location: Alhaurin el Grande, Spain
Selling points: This equestrian property boasts panoramic views across a valley to the town of Alhaurin el Grande and sits in park-like gardens, planted with olive, orange, lemon and peach trees. The house is built over three levels with pink Portuguese marble floors.
On the ground floor an elegant entrance leads to a hallway with a cloakroom, a bedroom, modern kitchen, dining room and living room. The ground floor opens on to a covered terrace with access to the pool and garden.
The first floor, accessed via a marble staircase, comprises of a large master suite with a terrace, a bathroom with jacuzzi, shower room and his and hers dressing rooms. There is also a guest bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a dressing room.
Outside is a stable block, a large tack room, a hay and feed room, an outdoor arena, gallop track and schooling area.
5. ‘Stunning country house’
Location: Coin, Malaga, Spain
Selling points: This four-bedroomed property with modern stables and separate guest house is situated half an hour from Marbella on the Costa del Sol.
It features a large main terrace, a heated pool with jacuzzi and an Olympic sized dressage arena. The large plot is fenced and planted with fruit trees.
The equestrian area offers five looseboxes with automatic drinkers, a tack room and a large paddock as well as a lunging arena.
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