Escape the elements with these equestrian properties complete with an indoor school
1. Stubley Hall Farm, Derbyshire
For you: a four-bedroom farmhouse which enjoys commanding views of the surrounding countryside and a wealth of period features, plus three self-contained flats.
For the horses: an 18x39m indoor school and over 40 stables across multiple yards. The property also features a 30x60m outdoor arena and a horse walker.
What’s the damage? £1.45m
Agent: Jackson Equestrian
Telephone number: 01743 491979
2. Sandhill Farm, East Sussex
For you: a detached seven-bedroom country home with impressive views over the paddocks and valley. There are two oak-framed barns with potential for conversion with the necessary consents.
For the horses: an 18x37m indoor school, 12 stables, a feed room, rug room and tack room. Set in nine acres.
What’s the damage? £1.35m
Agent: Churchill Country & Equestrian
Telephone number: 01403 700222
3. Holydean, Roxburghshire
For you: a five-bedroom house with gardens that incorporate the ruins of Holydean Castle. There is a former granary with approval for residential conversion and additional stone and slate buildings with further development potential.
For the horses: a floodlit indoor school, a stable yard with seven boxes and a total of 68.16 acres, of which 43 are suitable for grazing.
What’s the damage? Offers over £1.375m
Agent: Strutt & Parker
Telephone number: 0131 226 2500
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4. Wychnor Park Stud, Staffordshire
For you: a substantial modern farmhouse with six bedrooms and six bathrooms, a staff flat, garage/office building and a cattle barn. Also included with this property are moorings for 20 canal boats, giving extra income.
For the horses: a 17x37m indoor school, 14 loose boxes plus eight mare and foal boxes. Set in 81.2 acres.
What’s the damage? £2.2m
Agent: Windsor Clive
Telephone number: 01672 521155
Next week: Equestrian properties in Northumberland
Ref: Horse & Hound; 20 October 2016