Equestrian properties are some of Britain’s most sought-after homes. It might be a rolling country estate, a secluded pasture, or even a few acres of land with a stable. Living with your horses just across the yard can be a wonderful experience. Whether you’re a seasoned competitor taking your horses to competitions every weekend, or a rider who enjoys a quiet hack in the woods, there’s an equestrian property that will suit your needs.
Once you’ve decided to purchase a ‘home for two’ there’s plenty to think about. From choosing a property with the correct soil, to knowing what features to look for in a barn, here is everything you need to know about buying the equestrian property of your dreams.
What Is An Equestrian Property?
An equestrian property is planned estate development where prospective buyers can purchase a property with enough land to home a horse, with a shared trails network for riding.