- The equestrian unit is located in a private rural setting with views over adjoining countryside.
- A rare opportunity to purchase an equestrian unit
- Six stables
- Lunge pen
- Produce store
- Set within approx. 11.77 acres (4.76 ha)
- Guide Price £250,000
The equestrian unit is located in a private rural setting with views over adjoining countryside. Whilst its setting is rural, the property is in very easy reach of nearby towns and cities and has excellent transport links. The site is located on the outskirts of the village of Barlow where basic amenities can be found but is also within easy reach of Market Towns of Chesterfield (6 miles) and Bakewell (9.5 miles) together with the city of Sheffield (14 miles) away. The B6051 and B6050 are easily accessed leading to the A61 and A621.
From Barlow Church, head south a short distance on the B6051 and turn right onto Wilkin Hill by the Peacock Public House. Follow the road out of the village to a set of crossroads. Turn left onto Grange Lane and follow the road for approx. 0.25 miles and the entrance will be on the left hand side indicated by our for sale board.
Centaur stables offer a rare opportunity to acquire an equestrian unit with far reaching viewings in quiet rural location. The property benefits from an ‘L’ shaped, timber built stable block comprising six stables, one being a foaling box, a produce store, a manège, lunge pen and the surrounding grassland all being good quality and easily accessible for daily grazing measuring approx. 11.77 acres. The site can be used for private and for livery use. A viewing is highly advised to appreciate everything this equestrian unit has to offer.
An ‘L’ shaped timber built stable block, with each stable having all concrete flooring lighting, a solid opening window to the rear, sliding entrance doors with a hinged fold down top door, separated into the following:
Five stables measuring approx. 3.39m x 3.52m
One foaling stable measuring approx. 3.39m x 4.86m
Tack room measuring approx. 3.39m x 2.98m
Produce Store and Further Stable (11' 7'' x 23' 0'' (3.54m x 7m))
An open fronted timber built building currently used for storage but could be used for further stables or as a livestock pen.
Manège: (131' 3'' x 65' 7'' (40m x 20m))
An all-weather manège, post and rail fencing and a sand and rubber surface, with flood lighting accessed from the yard or the adjoining land.
A circular pen with wooden uprights and wooden sides made to a good strength with a sand and rubber surface.
Leading from the access drive, the site comprises various yard areas mainly all being down to hardcore road chippings with a concrete yard area to the front of the stable block. There is parking for numerous vehicles including horse transport vehicles and an area for large bale storage.
The grazing land is mostly level with a slight gradient towards the south. The land is separated into various fields all of different sizes, having mains water and post and rail/wire fencing. The land is accessed directly from the yard and entrance driveway. The site is well positioned giving access to hacking around the surrounding areas and to several bridle paths.
There is mains water connected to the buildings and land. The building and manege are wired to connect to a generator.
Tenure & Possession:
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars.
Fixtures & Fittings:
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.
Method of Sale:
The property is offer for sale by private treaty.
North East Derbyshire District Council,
2013 Mill Lane,
Viewing is strictly by appointment only through the agents Bakewell Office, email@example.com.