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An exceptional modern farmhouse set in almost 20 acres, with extensive ancillary accommodation and prestigious equestrian facilities.

Property Snapshot
  • Rural location
  • Far reaching and stunning views
  • In all about 18.9 acres
  • Professional equestrian facilities
  • Indoor and outdoor arenas
  • Heated outdoor pool
  • Ample parking and hardstanding
  • 3-bed barn conversion
  • Detached 2-bed bungalow
  • 1-bed studio garage conversion
This amazing family home provides everything required for a modern rural and equestrian lifestyle. The substantial facilities allow you to operate a highly functioning private livery or training yard and includes high quality indoor riding school, all weather surface outdoor arena, canter track, lunging arena, mechanical horse walker, American style Monarch stabling and satellite stabling area. To the main house there are four large double bedrooms, a bespoke kitchen and family room as well as more formal entertaining areas complimented by a delightful garden, ample gravel parking and a heated outdoor swimming pool. Furthermore to the primary accommodation there are three other dwellings including a detached two bedroom bungalow, 3 bedroom barn conversion and a studio apartment.

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