Embrace the island life with these dream horsey homes

Escape the rat race with these dream equestrian properties for sale on the Isle of Wight

1. Smallbrook Farm, Isle Of Wight

Smallbrook photo

For you: a Grade II-listed main house with four bedrooms, two holiday cottages and another cottage that is being converted into holiday accommodation. There are mature gardens, an orchard and a lake.
For the horses: a barn with six boxes, a tack room and an adjoining yard, with around seven acres of grazing divided into paddocks with post-and-rail fencing.
What’s the damage? £1.6m
Agent: Biles & Co
Telephone number: 01983 872335
Visit: www.bilesandco.co.uk

2. Moons Hill, Isle Of Wight

Moons Hill

For you: a Victorian country home with a master bedroom suite with “his and hers” bathrooms and a dressing room, plus five further bedrooms. There is also a wine cellar, tennis court and landscaped gardens with outstanding views.
For the horses: a block of four stables and a large barn for storage. Set in 8.5 acres.
What’s the damage? £2.15m
Agent: Knight Frank
Telephone number: 01962 850333
Visitwww.knightfrank.co.uk

3. Hill Farm, Isle Of Wight

Hill Farm

For you: a Georgian-style Grade II-listed farmhouse set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with four bedrooms, as well as a two-bedroom annexe.
For the horses: there are substantial stone outbuildings with a stable block with six boxes and a tack room. There’s a large tractor barn and threshing barn, plus a 15x35m sand school. Set in 12.7 acres.
What’s the damage? £1.45m
Agent: Hose Rhodes Dickson
Telephone number: 01983 538090
Visit: www.hrdcountryhomes.co.uk

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4. Wacklands, Isle Of Wight

Wacklands

For you: a Grade II-listed Georgian manor house with four bedrooms, a wine cellar, heated swimming pool and small lake, as well as three holiday cottages.
For the horses: six stables plus a feed store/tack room and a loft, with access to a network of bridleways. Set in 12.5 acres.
What’s the damage? £1.275m
Agent: Spence Willard
Telephone number: 01983 200880
Visit: www.spencewillard.co.uk

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Ref: Horse & Hound; 8 September 2016