East Street Farm has been used previously as a riding school and now presents a number of opportunities for use as a small equine facility or for potential conversion to rural workshops or other small commercial units subject to planning. The attractive barns and storage units would now benefit from some refurbishment and upgrading but offer square footage in excess of 5000 sq ft providing space for a number of requirements.
The barn is set around a small stable yard, consisting of four stables at the front with direct access off Pitmore Lane.
Further access is available from Pitmore Lane onto the land and rear of the barns with hard standing providing ample parking and a holding area for horses. From here gated access leads into the paddock and through into a rear courtyard with access to further outbuildings and the manège.
Access for riding out to the forest is set just across the road off Mount Pleasant Lane.
Further benefits include forest rights including common of pasture and mast.
Agents Note: Mains water is available but we understand that further utilities can be accessed from the main road and buyers would need to investigate connections.
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A rare opportunity to purchase a range of agricultural outbuildings, with the benefit of forest rights attached, including a large barn, stables and a number of store rooms set on a plot of land extending to just over 1 acre including a small paddock and manège, offering a number of options for use as an equestrian or potentially for commercial development (STP).