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- Lovely Rural Location
- Mobile Home with Adjoining Office Building
- Permanent Consent Subject to Equestrian Tie
- 11 Stables Feed Room
- Rug Store/Tack Room
- Concrete Yard Mess Room
- 2 Mobile Stables Paddocks
- Direct Access to Bridlepath
- About 6.16 Acres (2.49 ha)
A rare opportunity to purchase a well equipped small equestrian property in an unspoilt rural location.
A well laid out equestrian property with entrance gates leading off a private lane to a parking area and internal drive to the stable yard.
The Mobile Home: A mobile home, approximately 11.5m x 3.5m and adjoining office building approximately 5m x 4m, with permanent consent subject to an equestrian tie.
The timber built office building leads to an enclosed utility area with door to the main open plan living space incorporating sitting and dining areas and a fitted kitchen. A passageway with boiler cupboard leads to bedroom 1 with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite cloakroom, bedroom 2, and shower room with WC.
NB: Permanent planning consent (application number DC/17/1318) for the above subject to the occupation being “... limited to a person solely or mainly employed in the business occupying the stables... or a widow or widower of such a person, and to any resident dependants.”
The Stable Yard and Land (Approx. External Measurements):
Timber built mess room, 10m x 4.8m with tack room and WC.
Concreted stable yard, with external concreted wash down area.
Pair of timber stables, each approximately 4.8m x 4m.
2 single boxes, each approximately 3.6m x 3.6m.
Range of 3 timber stables, each approximately 3.6m x 3.6m with lock up tack room.
L shaped range of 3 pony boxes of various sizes with windows opening to the arena, corner box, 4.1m x 3.7m, and a feed room and separate rug store.
Off lying pair of stables on skids with lean-to store.
Outdoor arena, approximately 37m x 22m with sand and rubber surface.
Hardcore area for potential lunging ring, subject to planning.
A number of post and rail fenced paddocks.
In all approximately 6.16 acres (2,49 ha).
The equestrian property is found in a delightful unspoilt rural location with an entrance just off a country lane leading from the A24 to Ashurst. There is direct access onto a Public Bridleway for hacking out, and it has a gentle south westerly aspect with views over adjoining land. The village of Ashurst with local school and pub lies about 1 mile to the east and the historic country town of Steyning about 4 miles to the south. Access onto the main A24 Horsham to Worthing road is about 2 miles away.
Last Modified 11/03/2020