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Guide price 95,000

Thurlby Lane, Stanton on the Wolds, Nottingham



  • 2.75 Acres Of Grazing Land
  • Water & Electricity Connected
  • Sub-Divided In To 4 Paddocks
  • Post & Rail Fencing
  • 3 Stables + Tack Room
  • Communal Stable Yard & Menage
  • Utilities & Communal Costs Split 3 Ways
  • Idyllic Setting In Accessible Location



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A rare opportunity for the equestrian buyer to purchase grazing land of approximately 2.75 acres and stabling with associated timber framed buildings. All situated within this idyllic setting and very accessible location in the village of Stanton on the Wolds, being a short distance from Keyworth, West Bridgford and Nottingham.

The site forms part of a larger equestrian set up with two other adjoining land and stable owners. All owners benefit from communal facilities including the stable yard, menage and utilities, with costs apportioned between the three owners accordingly.

Due to the secure access to the site, viewings of the property are on an accompanied basis and arranged by appointment only via the selling agents.

The property is accessed off the corner of Browns Lane and Thurlby Lane via a gated shared driveway which cuts through neighbouring paddocks and leads to the communal stable yard consisting of three blocks of stables in total, the muck heap and access to the menage.

Three high quality timber stables in good condition and a tack room between. The stables have rubber matting to the floor, power, light and water connected.

Adjacent to the stable block there is a hay barn/feed store with metal gate leading to the first and smallest paddock.

The grazing land has been sub-divided into four areas of paddock, all enclosed by post and rail fencing and accessed via metal gates. The initial paddock accessed to the side of the hay barn is of a smaller size and contains two timber framed stores/occasional stables. Further metal gates lead to the three remaining larger paddocks all providing open fronted timber framed field shelters with corrugated roofs.

In addition to the privately owned grazing land and stables there is also the communal use of the menage which is laid to ash, stable yard and the muck heap of which the running costs are split three ways and disposal of the muck divided by the owners depending on how many horses are being stabled.

The electric and water supply have single meters for which the costs are divided by the three owners on a fair split. Also the cost of fencing, communal areas and muck heap are also apportioned accordingly. Specific details of these costs and how they are split are available on request.

We are lead to believe by the current owners that there is a public right of way/footpath across the site.

The land is freehold.

The site plan within the brochure is for illustration purposes only.

Please contact our Radcliffe on Trent Office on 0115 933 6666 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

Richard Watkinson endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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