Black Pitts Stables, Blythe Bridge Bank, Kingstone, Uttoxeter

Price: Monthly Rental Of £1,800


  • Well-presented equestrian property
  • 14 stables and 2 loose boxes
  • Delightful 2/3 bed barn
  • Rural setting
  • Set on the edge of the village
  • Private driveway and extensive parking
  • Detached property
  • Set in 4.27 acres in total

Full details

A rare and unique well-presented equestrian property in the well sought-after village of Kingstone, Uttoxeter.


The property is located in a private rural setting in the delightful village of Kingstone, Staffordshire. Whilst its setting is rural, the property can be accessed directly off Blythe Bridge Bank and is in easy reach of nearby towns and enjoys excellent transport links.

The property is located on the outskirts of the town of Uttoxeter, and is conveniently positioned within easy reach of Equestrian establishments and competition centres such as Eland Lodge (8 miles), Field House Equestrian Centre (5 miles), Hargate Equestrian Centre (17 miles), Barleyfields Equestrian Centre (16 miles), Stafford Show Ground (8 miles) and Uttoxeter Racecourse (4 miles).

Given its location in the Midlands, the property also enjoys excellent communication links to the M6 and M1 via the A50 link which is within close proximity.

The property benefits from having two bridle paths being located to the south east of Blythe Bridge Bank Road, adjacent to the property, known as Kingstone 21 and Kingstone 7.


From Uttoxeter, take the A518 (Stafford Road) towards Weston. Turn left at Blount’s Green onto the B5013 towards Willslock and turn right into the village of Kingstone, Staffordshire. Continue onto Uttoxeter Road which leads onto Blithe Bridge Bank.

Continue through the village of Kingstone and the property can be found on the right-hand side via a private drive approximately half a mile out of the village.


The property offers a rare opportunity for an individual or equestrian business to rent an extensive equestrian yard with good facilities. The property is well positioned and is screened well from the nearby road; however benefits from an easily accessible entrance, suitable for trailers, horse boxes etc. The property benefits from a good-sized stable block housing 14 stables, 2 loose boxes, tack room, hay store and feed store. Further to this is an open sided steel portal framed barn, comprising a hard-standing area to house a horse walker, grazing land extending to approximately 3 acres (1.21 hectares), an Ash Gallop for exercising purposes and a separate area for parking/storage of horseboxes, trailers and vehicles.

The property incorporates a newly refurbished barn conversion which has been renovated to a good standard, offering two/three bedroom living accommodation with full central heating throughout. The barn is situated within the yard area allowing the residential and equestrian properties to work well together. The property has its own private driveway and yard area which has been newly tarmacked.

Barn Conversion


To the ground floor:

Snug Area (5.94m x 2.58m)

Front door leading to a spacious hallway/snug area with storage cupboards, small cloakroom/WC and stairs leading to the first floor.

Cloakroom /WC

Leading off the hallway is a toilet room with wash hand basin and cloakroom space.

Kitchen Dining (4.50m x 3.20m)

Leading from the hallway is a new fully fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units, drainer sink, cooker and hob with hood. There is a door leading directly from the kitchen to the stable yard.

To the first floor:

Living Room (5.55m x 4.51m)

To the first floor is a large spacious room with walk a in storage cupboard, carpeted flooring and a window overlooking the yard.

Bedroom One (3.95m x 2.88m)

Good sized double room, with carpeted flooring and window overlooking the yard.

Bedroom Two (3.95m x 2.75m)

Good sized double room, with carpeted flooring and window overlooking the paddocks.

Shower Room

Newly fitted bathroom suite with walk in shower cubicle with electric shower, heated shower rail, WC, wash hand basin and cupboard space.


The property benefits from 14 stables and 2 loose boxes giving a total of 16 stables depending on how they are utilised, located within various stable units. The stables are of concrete block construction, under ridge profile sheet roofing with concrete floors. The majority of the stables open into a central yard with several open to the rear of the stable block. The stables benefit from electricity connections and there is mains water connected to the yard.

Within the stable area there is room for a tack room, feed store and hay store. There is a separate car parking area adjacent to the main property entrance, which can be used for the parking of trailers, horse boxes and vehicles as well as the extensive yard area suitable for parking situated to the front of the barn.

Gated Stables

Connected to the stable block are 2 gated stables of concrete block construction, with front gates across and ridge profile sheet roofing. These stables can be used for a variety of uses for the horses as well as general storage.

Fodder/Hay Storage Barn

Good sized store constructed with concrete block walls, profile sheet roofing, electricity connections, roof lights, access open doors and a pedestrian access door.

Tack Room

Adjoining the side of the barn conversion, centrally located within the yard is a good-sized brick built storage room with concrete flooring, electricity connections and plumbing for a sink and washing machine.

Barn/Horse Walker Facility

To the rear of the stables is a large steel portal framed, open-sided barn with metal profile sheet roofing, comprising of a concrete base for the siting of a horse walker and associated electrics.

Ash Gallop

To the rear of the property is a good-sized Ash gallop providing an exercise area for horses of approximately 380m in total. The centre of the gallop can also be used for grazing.

The Land

The pasture land extends in total to approximately 2.91 acres (1.18 ha). There are two turn out paddocks in addition to the grazing available in the centre of the Ash gallop. The land is situated to the rear of the stables and also adjacent to the property entrance.

The land is generally flat in nature and all the paddocks are laid to grass. The land is bounded by a mixture of mature hedgerow and post and rail fencing, therefore are stock proof. The land can only be accessed from the property itself and from the driveway to the parcel adjacent to the main property.

General Information


Strictly by appointment through the Uttoxeter Office of the sole agents on 01889 562811 or



The stables benefits from mains water and electricity and the property benefits from mains water, private drainage by way of a septic tank and gas bottles which feed the property via a newly fitted gas boiler. The Tenant will be responsible for payment of all services when in occupation.

Council Tax Band



The agreement will be for a term to be agreed with the landlord depending on the tenant and landlord requirements.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements

The tenancy agreement will include the benefit of all rights of way, easements and wayleaves whether or not defined in these particulars.

Fixtures and Fittings

Only those items referred to in these particulars are

included within the tenancy.

Tenure and Possession

The Leasehold of the property is being offered for a term to be agreed with the Landlord.

Local Authority

East Staffordshire Borough Council, The Maltsters, Wetmore Road, Burton upon Trent DE14 1LS.

T: 01283 508000.

Energy Performance Rating

EPC Rating E

Agents Note

Bagshaws LLP have made every reasonable effort to ensure these details offer an accurate and fair description of the property but give notice that all measurements, distances and areas referred to are approximate and based on information available at the time of printing. These details are for guidance only and do not constitute part of the contract for sale. Bagshaws LLP and their employees are not authorised to give any warranties or representations in relation to the sale.

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Black Pitts Stables, Blythe Bridge Bank, Kingstone, Uttoxeter

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