- Five Bedroom Georgian Home with Indoor Swimming Pool
- Highly Regarded Equestrian Centre Set in Approx. 120 Acres
- Two Outdoor Arenas and One Indoor
- Two Stable Blocks with Planning for Further
- Prime Leicestershire Countryside
- Two Bedroom Barn Conversion
- Lorry Park, Loose Pen, Horse Walker and Water Complex
- Centrally Located Providing Easy Access Across the Country
Home Farm is located down a long sweeping driveway. The house has a traditional brick exterior which is true to the traditional Georgian construction standards. The property is light and bright throughout have large double glazed windows throughout. Comprising of a crescent-shaped Yorkstone terrace leading to the front door which opens onto a hallway with limestone flooring. To the left is a panelled snug, drawing room, dining room, a cloakroom, coat cupboard, study, a large and comprehensive kitchen breakfast room with electric AGA, pantry with appliances south-facing conservatory, boot room which leads to the Courtyard Stables, a shower room and infrared sauna beyond which is a heated swimming pool in an oak framed room. Outside of this is a sheltered terrace area with hot tub and fire pit. On the first floor, the principal bedroom has far reaching views, en suite bathroom with electric underfloor heating and dressing room with built-in bespoke cupboards. There are a further 4 bedroom suites, each with stunning views of the estate and bathrooms. Cat-5 cabling runs throughout the house and there is an IT room on the first floor. There is underfloor heating downstairs and a monitored burglar alarm. The property has quality high end fittings and finishes throughout including; limestone flooring, parquet flooring, log burners, granite worktops and open fireplaces.
Courtyard Stables is immediately to the rear of the main house and are a newly constructed U-shaped arrangement of twelve stables built of brick with a slate roof and fully rendered internally. Each stable is 12.4ft x 16.4ft with rubber low-level panels and automatic waterers. Additionally, there is a tack room, a wash box with rubber floor and hot water supply and an equine solarium. Adjacent to the stables there is a separate timber feed shed with power and light and a five horse Monarch horse walker.
To the south of Home farm is The Barn House which provides ancillary accommodation to the main house. This was renovated to a high standard. Briefly comprising of, two double bedrooms with ensuite shower rooms/wc, utility room, bathroom, galleried dining hall with limestone flooring, sitting room with oak flooring and twin French doors opening to the west facing garden, generous kitchen breakfast room with limestone flooring and an oak framed end wall with French doors. Underfloor heating throughout. Accessed externally is a W/C.
At the rear of the building are the Barn Stables with 9 stables with automatic waterers, a wash box with hot water, a tack room, a rug store and a boiler room for the Barn House.
To the south of the Courtyard Stables is Barn 1, a large barn incorporating a young stock pen, store room, and Ladies and Gents WC's.
Planning permission has been granted for a further 12 stables within barn 1 (DA/2009/0632).
Attached to Barn 1 is Barn 2 and is currently used for storing machinery. It has roller shutter doors at either end. Barn 3 is immediately to the north, is a separate timber clad Lorry Barn with a roller shutter door. It has power and light and a three-phase 240V hook up point for a horse transporter.
The indoor arena is located to the east of the big barn. The 60m x 40m arena has a Martin Collins Protrack surface and is comprehensively lit; casting no shadows. There are solar panels on the roof and, to its southern end, is a Clubhouse with a full kitchen and dining facilities.
Opposite the entrance to the indoor arena is a smaller floodlit 30m x 50m outdoor arena, again with a Martin Collins surface and enclosed with Duralock fencing.
To the east of the small arena is an enclosed loose pen of 15m x 35m which is high boarded and oval shaped with a professional waxed surface.
A third area of 80m x 60m, was installed in 2016. This has a professional waxed surface and links to the water complex and canter track, which is 3m wide and 800m long and runs the perimeter of the field. That whole area has been fully drained.
Parking Areas There are two parking areas; the first is a car park which is floodlit and located to the south of The Barn House and large barn, this also has eight 240v hook up points. The second, situated between the indoor arena and large arena is a lorry park.
The house and equestrian facilities sit centrally within the land totalling 120.86 acres. The estate has no public access, bridleways or footpaths of any kind. However, the main bridle path, providing access to hacking in the Hothorpe Hills is one gate away over the boundary.
As the property is ran as a business and can be classed a 'mixed use' there may be the option of a reduced SDLT rate.
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