Homes with land for equestrian lovers

From 1st-4th September, it is the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. Fine & Country are sponsoring the Country Living Café and we also have a stand in the Original Marquee.

Whether you’re in the market for an equestrian property or just fancy a day watching the horses in a stunning setting, it’s a fabulous event to be at. Fine & Country Equestrian Living division specialises in the marketing and sale of equestrian property of every type; from a simple country home with stables and paddock to full riding schools and training yards, so hopefully you there! We shall be at Stand 21.

To get you in the mood, we have put together some of our homes for sale which boast plenty of equestrian land…

Drove House – Surfleet, Lincolnshire

Imagine having 13 acres to play with? Well you can at Drove House… a small country estate offering lifestyle, equestrian and leisure facilities. There are paddocks, stables, an enclosed outdoor heated swimming pool, a hard tennis court, garden buildings, chicken runs, a vegetable garden as well as numerous trees and a lake supporting wildlife. Sounds idyllic, right? Read more

Zetland House – Little Bytham, Grantham, Lincolnshire

In an idyllic setting, a haven for nature, the grounds amount to 10 acres divided into post and rail paddocks, which currently contain an abundance of cat pens for the owners’ cattery – although perhaps these could be made into a home for horses? Read more 

Snake Hall – Moulton Eaugate, Lincolnshire

Snake Hall is a stunning Grade II listed 5-bedroom farmhouse that is deliberately kept relatively low maintenance for a busy young family or for equestrian lovers. Four brick-built stables all approximately 13 x 13 ft. and an almost 20 ft. long hay barn behind a yard wall, form an L-shape. This would be a superb equestrian property as the stable block and concrete yard, with its self-filling water tank, are in a very sheltered position close to the house and with easy access to the 3.5 acres of paddocks.

A smaller turn-out paddock enclosedby post and rail adjoins the yard, which then leads to the rest of the grazing encompassed by mature trees and hedgerow providing shelter from winds. A water supply and a field shelter are in the paddocks, and there is an option to have a private diesel supply in the yard of the property. It should be noted that the stable block roof is clad in 20 x 4 Kw solar panels which not only give savings on the electricity bills but also provide an average income of around £1,500 per year. Read more

Mill House – Fleet, Lincolnshire

You don’t just get a beautiful Grade II listed home here. Mill House offers a superb country lifestyle with excellent equestrian facilities to include a stable block with four loose boxes, tack room, hay store and post and rail paddocks – all in approx 2.5 acres. Read more

Grange Court – Carlby, Lincolnshire

This is an immaculately presented, Grade II listed stone barn conversion on the edge of the Lincolnshire village of Carlby. Grange Court is located in an idyllic setting discreetly hidden from view and arranged around a central courtyard which opens out onto gently sloping, South-facing landscaped gardens and a paddock with open countryside views beyond. With the plot extending to approx 1.8 acres, there is plenty of space to create equestrian facilities here. Read more

Leamlands Farm – Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire

You can build your dream equestrian residence on this plot of land… In a tranquil, rural spot in South Lincolnshire, some former agricultural storage barns stand on circa 3.25 acres with approved planning permission to convert into a sublime four bedroomed family home with an outdoor swimming pool plus a range of garaging. Outside, grazing, possibly around an acre, is behind post and rail fencing to the front and a smaller paddock on the left side of the drive. Read more

Find Out More? 

For more information about these homes, or to be kept up to date on those we will be selling in the future with plenty of land, contact Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 or 01832 808 008.

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