An exciting opportunity to acquire an exceptional equestrian property situated in a particularly convenient location with excellent road access.
Foston Stud, Hay Lane, Foston, Derbyshire, DE65 5PJ
An exciting opportunity to acquire an exceptional equestrian property
situated in a particularly convenient location with excellent road access
Traditional range of buildings in a courtyard formation including two residential dwellings offering two and three bedroom living accommodation.
Foston Stud Offers 19 stables, tack room, laundry room and further wash area.
Agricultural building suitable for machinery and fodder storage purposes.
62m x 23m part mirrored Manege.
5 Horse Monarch covered Horse Walker.
16m diameter Monarch Lunge Pen.
Land extending to 22.03 acres (8.91 ha) or thereabouts and divided into 14 individual turnout enclosures with central track, cross country schooling fences together with hay fields
Guide Price: £895,000
Foston Stud occupies a particularly convenient location and whilst situated to the side of the settlement of Foston it benefits from a rural aspect yet being a short distance from the A50.
By virtue of the A50 being close to hand this allows swift lines of road communication throughout the Midlands area, with both the M6 and M1 being within 30 miles of the property.
The property benefits from two separate accesses, the first through an electric automatic double gate to the principal range of buildings together with a further gated access leading to further access track with ample turning and parking areas to the rear of the property.
Approximate Distances to Local Towns and Cities
Uttoxeter 9 miles Ashbourne 11 miles
Derby 12 miles East Midlands Airport 20 miles
Travelling from Uttoxeter towards Derby along the A50 proceed to the Sudbury roundabout where the A515 goes off signed for Lichfield. At this point proceed over onto the A50 in the direction of Derby and follow the road for 1.2 miles before taking the first turning left sign posted Foston and Boylestone. Follow the road for 0.4 miles taking the second turning left onto Hay Lane where the property can be found a short way along on the left hand side.
Foston Stud provides an exceptional equestrian property situated in such a convenient location with quiet out riding yet with ease of accessibility on to the A50 road. It incorporates two residential dwellings one offering two bedroom living accommodation with the second dwelling offering three bedroom living separate parts and being self contained which would allow in total 3 separate dwellings.
These residential units are situated in a first floor layout with the equestrian element situated to the ground floor. This offers 11 individual stables each measuring 18’ x 12’ (5.45m x 3.63m) together with further Laundry, Wash area, secure Tack Room and first floor Rug Store and Storage Building above. The buildings also house a Okofen Wood Pellet boiler with thermal store which benefits from an RHI Grant and providing heating and hot water to the entirety of the residential dwellings.
To the rear of the traditional courtyard is a three bay portal framed building offering Fodder and Machinery storage. Situated to the rear of this are eight further stables thus 19 in total together with a Manege (62m x 23m), 5 horse covered Monarch horse walker, 16 metre Monarch Lunge Pen, range of turnout paddocks and further cross country fences.
Residential Unit One
On the ground floor:
together with Cloakroom offering wc and wash hand basin.
Kitchen with Dining Area
17' 9'' x 11' 9'' (5.40m x 3.59m)
Range of wall and base units, drainer sink, radiator.
Pantry Area Off
With frosted glass window, wc, wash hand basin, bath with shower over and heated towel rail together with separate additional wc.
14' 4'' x 12' 0'' (4.37m x 3.67m)
With exposed former fireplace. Radiator. Window over looking the courtyard and built in wardrobe.
14' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.40m x 3.66m)
With original cast iron fireplace. Window to the front overlooking courtyard. Built in wardrobe and radiators.
17' 5'' x 11' 8'' (5.31m x 3.55m)
With open fire and window over looking courtyard to the front. Window to rear.
Residential Unit Two
At First Floor Level Part One:
Unit Two Kitchen
17' 10'' x 10' 8'' (5.43m x 3.26m)
With seating area. Range of base units. Radiator. Views over remainder of the property.
Unit Two Bedroom One
13' 8'' x 10' 7'' (4.17m x 3.23m)
Radiator. Window overlooking courtyard.
En Suite Bathroom
With wc, wash hand basin and shower.
Residential Unit Two Part Two
Unit Two Bedroom Two
14' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.40m x 3.66m)
Built in wardrobes. Window overlooking courtyard.
Unit Two Bedroom Three
14' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.39m x 3.66m)
With cast iron original fireplace. Window overlooking courtyard.
Unit Two Further Kitchen
17' 5'' x 11' 9'' (5.32m x 3.58m)
Further living and dining areas. Range of base units and window over looking courtyard. Window to rear
Unit Two Bathroom
With wc, wash hand basin and shower
Stables and Equestrian Facilities
Situated to the ground floor below the residential units and incorporating the traditional buildings in a courtyard formation and offering as follows:
11 individual Stables
17' 11'' x 11' 11'' (5.45m x 3.63m)
18' 1'' x 18' 1'' (5.5m x 5.5m)
With brick tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, drainer sink and further wc and wash hand basin off.
Separate Rug Storage Area
Boiler Feed Room
18' 1'' x 12' 6'' (5.50m x 3.81m)
With Okefen Wood Pellet boiler with thermal store claiming RHI tariff and providing heating to the entirety of the property.
Open fronted Wash Room
20' 5'' x 17' 3'' (6.22m x 5.27m)
17' 3'' x 14' 4'' (5.27m x 4.38m)
With drainer sink, built in storage area. Wood panelled walls, radiator, tiled floor. Stairs to first floor.
Further Rug Store Storage Area
51' 2'' x 11' 5'' (15.60m x 3.49m)
Three Bay Portal Framed Building
44' 7'' x 29' 2'' (13.6m x 8.9m)
Having concreted floor and currently used for machinery and fodder storage.
Separate gated entrance to driveway leading to ample hard standing, car parking and turning area situated to the rear.
Monarch covered Five Horse Horse Walker
With rubber floor.
On skids being plastic lined and each being 3.96m x 3.03m
range offering Four Stables 3.96m x 3.96m
to the side together with hook up power point.
203' 5'' x 75' 6'' (62m x 23m)
Part mirrored to one end and with a silica sand and carpet fibre with rubber surface.
Monarch Lunge Pen
Equestrian surfaces surface being 16m in diameter.
Planning permission has been granted for an indoor school and additional stabling. Please see South Derbyshire District Council Planning Ref: 9/2012/0452
The land in its entirety extends to 22.03 acres (8.91 ha) and is generally speaking situated to the rear of the principal accommodation and contained within a convenient ring fence formation with access on to both Hay Lane and Coplow Lane and Uttoxeter Road.
The land is generally flat in gradient, conveniently divided into 14 separate turnout enclosures together with further cross country schooling area, additional hay fields and benefitting from a mains fed water supply to a proportion.
Strictly by appointment through the Ashbourne Office of the sole agents on 01335 342201 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
Tenure and Possession
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves, and easements whether or not they are defined in these particulars. It should be noted be noted that there is a fenced out public footpath crossing through the land.
Timber, Mineral and Sporting Rights
We understand that timber and mineral rights are included but sporting rights are excluded within the sale.
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those items referred to in these particulars are included within the sale.
South Derbyshire District Council, Civic Offices, Civic Way, Swadlincote, DE11 0AH. T: 01283 595795
Council Tax Banding
Both properties are within Council Tax Band A.
Please note all areas are based on computer Pro Map plans.
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty
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