The Best Equestrian Properties on the Market Right Now

Handsome homes for horse-lovers

Whether you’re an avid equestrian or simply on the lookout for a sprawling country estate, we’ve got you covered: here are the best equestrian properties on the market.

The Best Equestrian Properties on the Market Right Now

Middle Lypiatt, Stroud, Gloucestershire

Manicured lawns in front of ivy-clad Cotswold stone house.

This six-bedroom country manor boasts an exterior crafted from Cotswold stone and sits at the centre of 26.5 acres of verdant land. The grounds feature a stable block, tack room, feed store and manège as well as numerous paddocks, plus  a swimming pool with a summer house. Whether you feel like hacking out or staying in, there’s plenty to explore on this glorious estate. Available through Knight Frank for £4.5 million

Old Hill, Sinton Green, Worcester

Aerial view of tudor-style farmhouse with fields surrounding and an outdoor swimming pool.

This Grade II listed farmhouse provides expansive countryside views and an array of original elements including working fireplaces, exposed beams and floorboards, and moulded cornicing. Upstairs, there are five bedrooms and three bathrooms, and the gardens encompass numerous equestrian facilities including paddocks, a manège, and a stable block with three loose boxes, a hay store and a tack room. If you’re looking for more, there’s a heated outdoor swimming pool, too. Available through Knight Frank for £1.495 million

Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire

Farmhouse with landscaped hedges and swimming pool.

Move into this six-bedroom home and you’ll have the glorious Gloucestershire countryside on your doorstep. Within the grounds you’ll find a swimming pool, orchard and a triple garage. There is also a tack room and stable yard plus a lambing shed, kennels and further outbuildings. The property lies within 18 acres of paddocks and woodland, so your next hacking route is sorted. Available through Jackson-Stops at a guide price of £2.85 million

Bishop Sutton, Bristol 

Stone exterior of large farmhouse, with stone steps leading to the front lawn.

Built in the 1850s, this lavish home provides five bedrooms and five bathrooms alongside four reception rooms and a stunning conservatory. Equestrian lovers will be delighted not only by the sprawling gardens and adjoining fields, but by the barn and stables, which can accommodate up to four horses. Other facilities include a two-bedroom annexe, a two-storey studio and an indoor pool.  If you’re looking for rural grandeur, you’ve found it. Available through Fine & Country for offers over £1.9 million

Henley-In-Arden, Warwickshire

Aerial view of a large farmhouse with stables and a lake.This spectacular lakeside home is nestled within almost 40 acres of private land. It boasts an enormous stable block and barn alongside a feed room, gardener’s store, and an all-weather manège. There is also a five-car garage. As if these facilities weren’t enough, the main house is complete with a bar, games room, and six vast bedrooms, plus a leisure complex including a squash court, swimming pool and multiple saunas. This just might be the height of rural luxury. Available through Knight Frank for £4.85 million

Chaffcombe, South Somerset

Gravel driveway with wooden gate, with a large white farmhouse and barn at the side.

This four-bedroom former farmhouse is located within over four acres of land and includes a stable yard and paddocks for all your equestrian needs. With two reception rooms and a large kitchen, there’s plenty of space to kick back and relax after a long day of hacking. Available through Symonds and Sampson at a guide price of £890,000

Reigate, Surrey

Red Brick farmhouse with outbuildings on the right and a lawn in front.

Dating back to the early 20th century, this farmhouse sits within over nine acres of land and commands glorious views of the Surrey countryside. Alongside a large kitchen/breakfast room, three reception rooms and six bedrooms, you’ll find a handy boot room offering secondary access to the courtyard and equestrian facilities outside. These include six stables, a tack room and a feed store, plus an impressive all-weather ménage and several fenced paddocks. Sound tempting? This is the property for you. Available through Jackson-Stops at a guide price of £2.25 million

Bleach Green Farm, County Durham

Cobbled stone farmhouse with hedges and wildflowers growing in front.

Believed to date back to 1764, this grand stone farmhouse provides the perfect setting for any equestrian activity. Wander through the orchard and beautifully landscaped gardens to the stable block and hayshed, and if you want to venture further, there are 17 acres of private land to explore – plus direct access to surrounding public bridleways. With a stunning conservatory, three bedrooms and even a separate annexe, what more could you need? Available through Finest Properties for offers over £1.2 million

Banbury, Warwickshire

Aerial view of country estate with paddocks surrounding.

If you’re in need of space, try this glorious home in Banbury, which sits on 40 acres of land. Equine enthusiasts can enjoy the large American timber barn alongside two tack rooms and numerous stable options including two timber stables and two brick stables. There is also an all-weather manège with irrigation. The main home is equally as extensive: it boasts a vast kitchen and grand drawing room, both with delightful views of the gardens beyond, and if you’ve got guests sleeping over, they can choose from a wide array of rooms including a substantial two-bedroom annexe and a detached building with two further bedrooms. Available through Knight Frank at a guide price of £2.4 million

Gawbridge Mill, Martock, Somerset

Sandstone farmhouse with a pond in the middle.

This charming former mill is a Grade II listed property encompassing a stable block, wheelhouse, and over five acres of land, with small streams and timber bridges in the gardens enhancing the countryside charm. There are four bedrooms and three reception rooms, making this an ideal family home. Available through Symonds and Sampson at a guide price £895,000

Tundry House, Church Lane, Hampshire

White country house with slate roof and a gravel driveway in front.

This elegant property contains seven bedrooms, three bathrooms and five reception rooms, including a formal drawing room featuring a magnificent bay window. Behind the formal lawn you’ll find a number of paddocks as well as stables and a variety of outbuildings. Available through Savills at a guide price of £3.2 million

Moss House Farm, Gawsworth, Macclesfield

Aerial view of red brick country manor with courtyard and fountain in the centre.

This delightful estate encompasses a four-bedroom country home, a stable block and paddock land. The house features wooden beams, exposed brick and a hand-painted kitchen, making for a truly charming rural hideaway. There is also a walled kitchen garden and a Victorian-style greenhouse, so if you aren’t in the mood to hack out, you can still spend plenty of time in the great outdoors. Available through Jackson-Stops at a guide price of £1.995 million

Stourbridge, Worcestershire 

Aerial view of large country estate with tennis court, outbuildings and paddocks.

This gorgeous 17th century manor contains a wealth of period features included moulded cornicing and cosy open fireplaces. Outside, there are 11 stables as well as paddocks, tack rooms, and a recently-refurbished manège – but if you don’t fancy a ride, you can head to the gym, tennis court, or sauna. The property is complete with a converted Georgian coach house plus an additional separate cottage. Available through Knight Frank for £4.5 million