Posted: 7th March 2019 | Back to news feed
A valuable equestrian centre and farm set in about 76 acres of land in a strategic location, together with an excellent four bedroom Victorian semi detached family house
Stratford upon Avon 5 miles – Warwick & Warwick Parkway Station 13 miles – Leamington Spa 16 miles – M40 (J15) 11 miles – Chipping Campden 8 miles – Broadway 11 miles – Worcester 25 miles
Willicote Equestrian Centre is currently run as a Livery Yard and Competition Centre hosting events throughout the year. It is ideally located in South Warwickshire and is within easy reach of a number of larger unaffiliated and affiliated events, competition centres and training venues including, Warwickshire College (12miles), Allens Hill (20 miles) and Solihull Riding Club (24 miles).
The property boasts an array of stables which have been thoughtfully located across the property, within separate yards. In total, there are currently 27 stables with extant planning consent for further stables, and with approximately 76 acres of permanent pasture. The buildings include:
- Steel portal frame building incorporating 10 loose boxes, secure tack room, staff room and store room.
- Dutch barn utilised as a storage area with side lean-to incorporating a foaling box.
- Steel portal frame building, seven bay, incorporating a 36m x 25m fully LED lit indoor school with silica sand/wax mix surface, mirrors, with viewing gallery and 14 loose boxes.
- Steel portal frame building, five bay, currently utilised for the storage of fodder.
- Concrete yard with ample parking for horse boxes.
- Outdoor manège 50m x 25m, rubber and fibresand mix surface, with floodlights.
The land is predominantly flat and extends to approximately 76 acres (30.75 hectares) of permanent pasture. Two parcels, extending to approximately 40 acres (16 hectares), are currently split into individual turnout paddocks for both summer and winter grazing with part utilised as a grass dressage arena and show jumping ring during the summer period.
There are a further two parcels, extending to approximately 25 acres (10 hectares), which the current owners utilise for hay making, the margin around these parcels has been topped and is currently utilised for hacking. A further parcel, extending to approximately 15 acres (6 hectares), is currently utilised as a Cross Country course and the owner makes haylage off part.
Perimeter boundaries are formed by mixed mature hedgerows, post and rail fencing and sheep netting. Internal paddock boundaries consist of electric fencing, a mixture of mains and battery operated. Water is connected to all paddocks via troughs and standpipes.