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Inkberrow WORCESTERSHIRE (EO7228)*Under Offer

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Outdoor school, Cross-country course, Good local hacking and Outbuildings
● Stunning Equestrian Property in a Lovely Location ● Modern Detached Four Bedroom House (EOC) ● Two Large Barns with Fourteen Indoor Boxes, Forge and Storage ● Brick Barn with B2 Planning Permission ● Manège 40m x 20m ● Level Paddocks ● Approx. 5.5 Acres In All  A stunning equestrian property with a modern four bedroom house (EOC), stabling, barns, arena, staff rest room and paddocks, set in approx. 5.5 acres Priory Forge was purchased by the current owners as a bare field in 2008 and was gradually developed over several years, starting with the blacksmith’s forge, followed by the stables and, most recently, the house. The current owner is a blacksmith and farrier, and he continues to operate his forge in one of the barns. The equestrian facilities were originally set up for equine rehabilitation, and over the last six years have provided full or part livery for up to fifteen horses. The property occupies an extremely attractive setting on the fringe of the historical village of Inkberrow, which has two renowned pubs (The Old Bull and The Bull’s Head) plus a village shop, Post Office, doctors’ surgery, primary school, football club, bowling club and tennis club. Further afield, there are more extensive ranges of shops and amenities in Evesham, Stratford and Worcester, as well as easy access onto the M5 and M42 motorways. The house is subject to an occupancy condition which limits occupation to a person solely or mainly working, or last working, in the equestrian based business operating from this site, or a widow or widower of such a person, and to any resident dependents.

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