The drumming of hooves, donning of jockey silks and dusting off of extravagant hats can only mean one thing: the start of the racing season. We have pulled together a collection of Jackson-Stops & Staff homes with exceptional equestrian facilities, allowing keen racing fans to home their very own thoroughbreds.
Brownheath Park is a bespoke country house, situated in the unspoilt countryside of the village of Durley, 11 miles south of Winchester. The property includes 25 acres of land, perfect for riding out, while the safety and security of both horse and rider are ensured by the double electric gates which give access to the home. There are 10 stables, a number of outbuildings and a separate flat, perfect for a stable hand or groom. Internally, the home is stylish and modern and includes a home cinema and indoor swimming pool complex. The property is on the market for £3,850,000 with our Winchester office (01962 844299). For more information, click here.
Burford Lane Farm is a Grade II-listed Cheshire farmhouse, situated five and a half miles west of Hale. Designed by prominent local architect, John Douglas, the style of the property is distinctive and, having been totally refurbished, now comprises a perfect blend of period features and contemporary interiors. There are 18 stables, a floodlit ménage, three cottages and two apartments; all situated within 18.83 acres of land. The property is on the market for £4,500,000 with our Hale office (0161 928 8881). For more information, click here.
Tygalls Farm is situated between Petersfield and Midhurst in a quiet spot of the South Downs National Park. The main farmhouse is built in the in the style of a timber-framed Wealden manor house with attractive exposed timbers on the external elevations. The extensive equestrian facilities include a stable block with four stables, a feed store and tack room, a three bay cart barn, hard standing area, two field shelters, a ménage, a horse walker and 9.72 acres of land. The property is on the market for £2,900,000 with our Midhurst office (01730 812357). For more information, click here.
Heath Worby is a late Edwardian country house, occupying a secluded position on the edge of the village of Willaston, nine and a half miles north-east of Chester. There are 11 acres of grazing land, sub-divided into paddocks, a stable yard of six loose boxes and tack room and a ménage with sand and rubber surface. The property itself is typical of the ‘Arts and Crafts’ movement, comprising spacious reception rooms and five double bedrooms. The property is on the market for £1,500,000 with our Chester office (01244 328361). For more information, click here.