A rare opportunity to rent a stable yard situated in a peaceful rural location, comprising eight stables, kitchen and welfare facilities, tack store, under cover washing area, indoor sand arena, a hay store, open fronted machinery and trailer store and land all set within approx. 4 acres.
The letting of the Stables offers an outstanding opportunity to occupy a complete equestrian yard with stables, indoor arena, extensive storage of machinery and hay/straw in a stunning rural setting on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The stables are ideal for the use as a private yard or those who wish to run a small livery business.
The stable yard is located in a peaceful countryside setting with good road access onto Church road then onto the A6 leading to the large village of Darley Dale and also provides good access to the Market Towns of Bakewell (5.5 miles), Matlock (3 miles) and Chesterfield (10 miles). These towns offer a wide range of amenities and facilities.
The area is renowned for its beauty and offers many local walks, trails, outdoor activities and beauty spots. The monsal trail is in close proximity and offers extended riding and excellent access leading across the Peak District National Park.
From the post office in Darley Dale, head to the A6. At the crossroads, turn left down the B5057 Station Road down the side of Whitworth institute centre. Continue down the road, over the trail line and then turn right at the next crossroads onto Church Road. Continue along the road to the Church and then turn left just after the Church, then carry on, past the primary school. Continue forward over speed bumps, pasted various houses and the stable yard can be found on the right hand side.
13' 9'' x 12' 0'' (4.18m x 3.65m)
situated within the stone stable block, with a door into the kitchen area having a sink unit, electric oven and hob, security alarm and telephone line.
11' 11'' x 10' 10'' (3.64m x 3.29m)
Situated just off the kitchen, with numerous rug and saddle racks storage heater and access into the Bathroom.
With electric shower, WC and sink. There is also a separate WC and sink accessed from the Kitchen.
The stables are arranged in an ‘L’ shape layout with a front overhang and comprises the following:
Under Cover Wash Area
12' 0'' x 14' 5'' (3.65m x 4.4m)
Situated in the row of stables and is open fronted, a wash area with tie rings, water and electric supply.
A concrete block building comprising Eight stables in total with six stables measuring 4.20m x 3.65m (13’8 x 12’) and two large foaling stables measuring 4.20m x 5.82m (13’8 x 19’1).
All eight stables have concrete flooring, lighting, feed bins and tie rings.
There is an extensive hardcore yard area to parking and maneuvering large vehicles and lorries shown edged in green on the plan. Within the yard there is a concrete pad for washing horses together with flood lighting and security gates. Access to other buildings in the yard will be retained by the owners.
There is an extensive range of outbuildings which briefly comprising:
72' 0'' x 135' 0'' (21.94m x 41.15m)
A steel portal framed building with concrete block walling and steel profile sheeting, with sky lights, kick board and sand surface. There are large doors at both end of the building for easy access. The building has flood lighting and water supply.
47' 4'' x 63' 11'' (14.42m x 19.48m)
A three bay steel portal framed open fronted building, with concrete flooring. The building can be used for a mixture of uses such as a machinery/trailer/lorry store.
Hay Store/Loose House Pen
18' 8'' x 44' 0'' (5.68m x 13.42m)
A three bay timber framed building wit concrete flooring and concrete block walls with sheeting above. The building has a water trough and could be used as a large loose box.
31' 10'' x 31' 0'' (9.7m x 9.45m)
A Steel portal framed building with concrete flooring and two rolling wind break doors. This is suitable as a machinery store.
There is a small paddock located to the side of the arena together with paddocks situated over the track as shown on the plan edged in red. All fencing has been renewed and the land has recently been re-drained.
Mains water and electricity are connected, with drainage to a private septic tank. The tenant is to pay for the usage of all services.
The stables are to be let as one whole unit by way of a Tenancy agreement (commencing as soon as possible) for a period of three years. The type of tenancy may vary dependent on the proposed usage. The tenancy will be a full repairing and insuring tenancy.
The rent will be paid in monthly installments, in advance.
A deposit will be payable to be agreed.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars. The tenant will have a right of way along the Lane off Church Road leading to the Stables.
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