Looking for the perfect home for you and your horse or wanting to indulge in some equestrian property window-shopping? Then why not browse through our pick of dream horsey homes on the market this week.
From a Grade II listed Elizabethan manor house to a registered smallholding with copious grounds, there’s something to suit every equestrian.
1. Tudor manor house
This impressive Grade II Tudor manor house was renovated by the Archbishop of York between 1570 and 1577. Based in South Woodham Ferrers in Essex, the stately home is set in a 10-acre double moated (one is never enough) medieval site.
Living accommodation is set over three floors, with tall ceilings and grand proportions, complemented with your very own gym and indoor swimming pool.
The handsome stable yard includes loose boxes, a hay barn, feed room, rug room and all-weather arena.
Extensive paddocks extend to the front of the property, which also boasts a tennis court and its own woodland.
This enormous property in Hockwold, Norfolk, encompasses four reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, eight bedrooms with ensuites, and a nanny flat — so plenty of room for parties.
The surrounding estate includes a number of outbuildings, a former coach house and a function room.
Horses are well catered for with stables and paddocks set in the extensive grounds with a tennis court.
The property is completed with mature gardens and a croquet lawn.
3. Spacious three-storey farmhouse
This Guernsey farmhouse, built over 300 years ago, is set in three acres. It has been sympathetically renovated to offer luxurious and spacious family accommodation.
The property comprises of an entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, garden room, sitting room with fire, games room, study, and wine store.
The first floor landing opens to a large master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite bathroom.
The house is set in well-maintained grounds complete with landscaped gardens and a heated swimming pool.
Horses are not forgotten, as the property has paddocks and a timber built stable block.
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4. Idyllic location
This equestrian property has been refurbished throughout and is set in six-and-a-half acres in the heart of the New Forest National Park’s cattle grid area. The five-bedroom house features an open plan living area, study and drawing room.
5. Grade II listed farmhouse
This country home in Felsted, Essex, is set well back on a quiet country lane. It features a walled garden, traditional Essex barn and two thatched medieval Crofts. These outbuildings are also listed.
6. Lancashire manor house
This Grade II listed period home is situated above the Lune Valley village of Wray and dates back to the 17th century. It offers a range of outbuildings, equestrian facilities, gardens, orchard, woodland and large pond.
The home has seven bedrooms, three reception rooms, three bathrooms, a games room and a study. It is set in over four acres with access to many bridleways.
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