Dorking Road, Kingsfold, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12
- Licensed Riding School
- House for Refurbishment
- Adjoining Annexe
- Indoor Riding School
- 16 Stables and 4 Pony Boxes
- Tack/Feed Facilities
- Steel Framed Hay Barn
- Fully Fenced Dog Exercise Field
- Accessible Paddocks and Fields
- In all Approximately 25 Acres
A long established and well run riding school, well equipped with buildings, detached house for refurbishment with spacious accommodation, and convenient block of land extending to approximately 25 acres. Situated between the towns of Horsham and Dorking.
An equestrian property/farm from which a long established and well run licensed riding school business has been run. It is approached via a main gated drive which splits to serve the house and the car park for the equestrian unit separately.
The detached house was believed to have been built in the 1930s with brick elevations under a slate roof and now requires substantial modernisation and refurbishment. Some of the windows are double glazed units and the spacious accommodation comprises the following:
Porch with front door to central hall with understairs storage area/office space.
Spacious Double Reception Room with parquet flooring and bay windows.
Dining room (used as a bedroom) with bay window and tiled fireplace.
Kitchen with walk-in larder, units and oil fired boiler. Door to rear hall with door to outside and separate door to rear garden.
Landing providing access to:
4 Double Bedrooms and Bathroom with wash basin, bath and w.c.
Integral Single Storey Annexe with kitchen, living room, bedroom with en-suite shower room and separate w.c.
Outside there is an area of garden surrounding the house and parking to the front.
THE RIDING SCHOOL
The riding school buildings lie in a yard on the west side of the house and are served with a good sized car park. They comprise:
Timber and metal range of stables divided into 6 boxes, rug and bridle room and feed room. All with concrete yard to the front.
Central concrete yard serving a concrete framed enclosed indoor riding school. Integral to the indoor school is a service passage with lock-up tack room, viewing gallery and office.
Further timber built stable yard divided into 10 boxes and 2 corner boxes, each divided into 2 pony boxes. Lean-to feed room.
Three bay steel framed enclosed hay barn with eaves height double sliding doors, and off lying timber and metal field shelter/store.
The land rises gently to the west and includes a fully fenced dog exercise paddock, small home paddocks with old field shelter and larger fields with central accessway, all well sheltered by bordering woodland. It is understood that there are no third party/public rights of way crossing the land. In all approximately 25 acres (10.11 hectares).
Local: The thriving village of Warnham (1.25 miles) provides a butchers, newsagents/general store, parish church, 2 public houses and local school.
Towns: Horsham (3.5 miles) with vibrant pedestrianised shopping, a variety of restaurants and many other amenities. Dorking (about 10 miles) with similar amenities.
Transport: Mainline train stations at Warnham and Horsham to Victoria and London Bridge. Excellent road communications via the A24 London/South Coast trunk road providing access to the M25.
Schools: Independent schools include Pennthorpe, Farlington and Windlesham House. Local schools at Warnham; and Tanbridge House and Millais Schools in Horsham.
Leisure: Riding available via the Downs Link bridlepath and within the Surrey Hills, cross country schooling course at Coombelands Equestrian at Pulborough, point to point course at Parham, horse racing and Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray, golf at Slinfold and Mannings Heath, Festival of Speed at Goodwood, theatres at Horsham, Guildford and Chichester.
Local Authority: Horsham District Council, Parkside, Chart Way, Horsham RH12 1RL. Telephone 01403 215100. Website: www.horsham.gov.uk
Overage Agreement: It is the vendors intention to retain an Overage over the land and buildings (not the house and garden area) whereby 30% of any uplift in value resulting from residential development will be retained for a period of 25 years.
Services (not checked or tested): Mains water (not metered). Mains metered electricity to the house with separate metered supply to the stable yard. Private drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators to the house and annexe.
Tenure and Possession: Freehold with vacant possession on completion. Land Registry title number: WSX189926.
Rights and Easements: The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, gas and electricity supplies and any other wayleaves or easements.
Plans and Areas: These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself or herself as to their accuracy and any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.
Links: www.environment-agency.gov.uk, www.nationalhighways.co.uk, www.caa.co.uk, www.landregistry.gov.uk
Council Tax: Band G for the house.
Business Rateable Value for the Riding School: £10,500 per annum (understood to be eligible to small business relief).
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