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Equestrian Facility for sale

Capel Road, Rusper, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12

Guide Price £2,600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive three bedroom cottage
  • Excellent ancillary/grooms accommodation
  • Outstanding Equestrian Facilities
  • Approximately 46 stables
  • large outdoor all-weather arena, covered horse walker & loose schooling area
  • About 61 acres
  • EPC Rating = E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An established purpose built equestrian facility with a three bedroom detached cottage, excellent ancillary accommodation, outstanding facilities and potential to improve further.

Location

SITUATION

Newbarn Farm is located off Capel Road, situated on the rural outskirts of the pretty and sought after village of Rusper. The historic market town of Horsham lies approximately 6.7 miles to the south and offers and offers a comprehensive range of recreational and shopping facilities. The property and location offers good access for horse boxes and lorries and is surrounded by many local equestrian show centres including the All England Jumping Course at Hickstead, further there are good links to Dover providing easy access by ferry to Europe for the European circuits.

Description

Description
Newbarn Farm presents a rare opportunity to purchase a thoughtfully created equestrian facility with potential to improve further.

Situated in an accessible and desirable rural location, Newbarn Farm extends to approximately 61 acres of freely draining pasture, with a three bedroom detached dwelling, excellent ancillary accommodation and an extensive range of equestrian facilities including a large outdoor all-weather arena, covered horse walker, loose schooling area, approximately 46 stables including a well ventilated American style barn, tack rooms, rest rooms, wash down area with solarium and ample lorry parking.

The property is currently used as a family run business, importing and producing show jumpers. Our clients have successfully run one of the largest global equine, importing and exporting business's, from Newbarn Farm, since 2005.

Newbarn Cottage
Situated in a central position, surrounded by the extensive facilities and its own land, Newbarn Cottage is an attractive three bedroom property which has been extended over the years and is finished to an exceptionally high standard throughout.

Arranged over two floors the accommodation is spacious and comprises an entrance hall, open plan dining room/sitting room, cloakroom, kitchen and a large conservatory on the ground floor.

A staircase leads from the entrance hall to the first floor landing giving access to the master bedroom, which is of good size, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Surrounding the house is a large garden laid mostly to lawn with a south facing patio area well suited to entertaining. There is an attractive summerhouse and timber stable block housing 2 stables which is used as an isolation block or overspill stabling.

Equestrian Facilities and Buildings
Newbarn Farm is a purpose-built equestrian centre comprising extensive facilities. The facilities include an 60m x 50m outdoor arena, indoor loose schooling arena with a sand surface and potential to extend, covered horse walker (available by separate negotiation), clear span American style barn with 33 stables, wash down area with solarium, secure tack/store rooms and staff facilities, barn with 10 stables and isolation boxes (2) near to the house, a timber clad barn used for storing hay and bedding, oak framed double car port and ample hard standing for lorry parking. There is a further levelled area surrounded by an earth bank which provides overflow parking or storage. The property extends to about 61 acres of land which is subdivided into small paddocks for grazing, larger fields for summer turnout and hay, and woodland. There is a hardcore track from the southern tip of the land leading up to the house which has a steady incline and would make a superb all-weather gallop, to date it has been used for exercising horses and hacking.

The key features are -

Large all-weather outdoor arena - measuring approximately 50m x 60m with a silica sand and rubber surface.

Loose schooling arena - measuring approximately 15m x 20m with a sand surface


Top Barn - A large American barn comprising 33 Monarch loose boxes (with rubber matting and automatic water drinkers), wash down area with solarium, secure tack room, storage area and staff facilities. The barn can be secured with roller shutter doors.

Bottom Barn - currently sub divided into a storage barn (approx 38'8 X 30'3) and another separate barn (approx 74' x 38'8) comprising 6 further loose boxes and 4 larger foaling boxes with rubber matting and automatic water drinkers.

Horse Walker - Claydon covered 5 bay Horse Walker - available by separate negotiation

Timber Clad Storage Barn - (approx 51'6 x 32'9) Three bay barn with concreted floor, windows and large south-facing opening.

Ancillary/Grooms accommodation

Stable Flat 1 - One bedroom flat
A purpose-built residential flat adjoining Top Barn, with separate access, comprising an entrance hall, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.

Stable Flat 2 - Three bedroom flat
A purpose-built residential flat adjoining Top Barn, with separate access, comprising an entrance hall, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms.

Stable Flat 3 - One bedroom flat
A purpose-built residential flat adjoining Top Barn, with separate access, comprising a kitchen, bathroom and one bedroom.

In addition, there is a detached building providing ancillary accommodation to the equestrian facilities, which includes two staff/day rooms, kitchen, bathroom and patio area overlooking the outdoor arena and land beyond.

The Land
The majority of the land lies to the south of the facilities and is gently sloping. The land is predominantly pasture and divided into good sized enclosures, with a smaller paddocks near to the yard. The paddocks have post and rail or electric fencing and benefit from a mains water supply.

The land in total extends to approximately 61 acres, with about 49 acres of pasture and about 8 acres of woodland. The woodland runs along the southern and western boundaries affording great amenity and shelter. A hard track runs through the woods, which offers a great circuit for hacking and exercising.

Opposite the house, to the north is a bridle path leading up to Capel village enabling further off-road hacking. A short drive away is the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with access to woods and heaths of Leith Hill, Coldharbour, Abinger and Holmbury St Mary where extensive off-road riding can be found.

GENERAL REMARKS

Directions: Heading south on the A24, at Clark's Green Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Rusper Road. Follow Rusper Road for about 1.7 miles and then continue onto Muggeridge's Hill and then Capel Road. Once on Capel Road Newbarn Farm can be found on your right after about 0.4 miles.

Method of Sale: The property, as described is being offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.

Tenure and Possession: The tenure of the property is freehold with vacant possession being granted upon completion.

Services: Oil fired central heating. Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

Local Authorities: Horsham District Council (01403 215100) and West Sussex County Council (01243 777100)

Outgoings: Newbarn Farmhouse - Council Tax Band G.
Stable Flat 1 - Council Tax Band A.
Stable Flat 2 - Council Tax Band A.
Stable Flat 3 - Council Tax Band A.

Planning: Newbarn Farm does not fall within any designated areas and none of the properties or buildings are Listed. There are restrictions on the use of the equestrian facilities and the ancillary accommodation/flats; for further information please contact the selling agents Savills.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property is being sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether public or private, specifically mentioned herein or not.

There is a public footpath that runs along the southern boundary, further details are available from the agents upon request.

Sporting and Mineral Rights: The sporting and mineral rights, in so far as they are owned, are included in the sale.

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the selling agent, Savills. If there is any aspect which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us before you view the property.

Fixtures and Fittings
Garden statuary and other removable fittings such as jumps, equipment, tack whether referred to or not, are excluded from the sale, although some may be available by separate negotiation. The covered horse walker, phantom mare and rubber matting will be excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.


Acreage: 61 Acres

Directions

Directions: Heading south on the A24, at Clark's Green Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Rusper Road. Follow Rusper Road for about 1.7 miles and then continue onto Muggeridge's Hill and then Capel Road. Once on Capel Road Newbarn Farm can be found on your right after about 0.4 miles.


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06 May 2016

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