If you fancy the idea of living in the “Garden of England” (with your horse of course), take a look at these great equestrian homes in Kent.
1. Lodge House, Kent
For you: a five-bedroom Grade II listed country house, complete with a two-bedroom oast house, one-bedroom annexe, cellar and tennis court.
For the horses: 12 loose boxes, a tack room, 20x60m all-weather arena, feed shed and railed paddocks. Set in 23 acres.
What’s the damage? £2.8m
Agent: Strutt & Parker
Telephone number: 01227 807016
2. Mount Pleasant Farm, Kent
For you: a five-bedroom Grade II listed period property, with two driveways plus outbuildings, including a three-room studio.
For the horses: seven loose boxes, a tack room, feed room, hay barn, 20x60m arena and scope to incorporate a cross-country course around the estate, which boasts two small lakes. Set in 39 acres.
What’s the damage? £2.2m
Agent: Equus Country & Equestrian
Telephone number: 01892 829014
3. The Horseshoes, Kent
For you: a four-bedroom Grade II listed property with a wealth of period features including exposed wall and ceiling timbers, wooden floors and leaded-light windows, plus an annexe, home office and landscaped gardens.
For the horses: a stable yard with two loose boxes, a tack room, feed store and outbuilding providing a hay store. Set in 3.15 acres.
What’s the damage? £975,000
Agent: Batcheller Monkhouse
Telephone number: 01892 512020
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4. Dale Farm, Kent
For you: a Grade II listed family house with five bedrooms, a one-bedroom annexe and impressive views over the garden, grounds and countryside beyond. Character features include exposed wall and ceiling timbers and awood-burning stove set within an inglenook fireplace.
For the horses: three stables and a tack/feed room, set in 5.2 acres.
What’s the damage? £1.9955m
Telephone number: 01732 789700
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Ref: Horse & Hound; 3 March 2016