1. Tan Y Foel, Denbighshire
The view: the property is in an elevated position within the Llantysilio Hills, which run to the north-west of the River Dee.
For you: a refurbished farmhouse with four bedrooms and an open-plan kitchen and dining room. There is also a stone-built shippon with lapsed planning consent for conversion into a four-bedroom dwelling.
For the horses: four stables, a tack and feed room and CCTV, plus a seven-bay Dutch barn and lean-to. Set in just over nine acres.
What’s the damage? £549,995
Agent: Jackson Equestrian
Telephone number: 01743 491979
2. Sowerby Hall, Penrith
The view: the property is set amid the majestic scenery of the northern Lake District, on the very edge of the National Park.
For you: a four-bedroom Grade II-listed home which has retained many traditional features, including exposed timbers.
For the horses: a stone building with three stables around a large store room, with a separate tack room and two further store rooms providing plenty of space. Set in 5.5 acres of grazing and woodland.
What’s the damage? £595,000
Agent: Fine & Country
Telephone number: 01768 869007
3. Woodstraw Barn, Lancashire
The view: beautiful views across the Loud Valley to Parlick Hill and the Fylde Coast.
For you: a five-bedroom barn conversion with a triple car garage, which has an office above and could offer a separate annexe if required (subject to planning).
For the horses: a timber stable block with three boxes, a tack room and a 20x40m outdoor arena. Set in about three acres.
What’s the damage? £1.1m
Telephone number: 01200 411 046
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4. Danecroft, Worcestershire
The view: panoramic views over the Malvern Hills, the Severn Valley and Bredon Hill.
For you: a five-bedroom house with a conservatory family room and a lawned garden with a decked seating area.
For the horses: five stables, a tack room, a 20x40m arena and six acres of grazing land.
What’s the damage? £795,000
Agent: Allan Morris
Telephone number: 01684 561411
Next week: Equestrian properties with grooms’ accommodation
Ref: Horse & Hound; 12 August 2016