Country House

Andalusia, Spain,


A country house which lies a few kilometres to the east of Spain's horse capital, Jerez de la Frontera


  • 4 x Stables plus field shelters
  • Outdoor School
  • Barns & Storage
  • Fenced Paddocks
  • Modern 4 bedroom house
  • Currently has farming income of €3,000
  • 16.25 Acres
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bath/Shower rooms
  • Manege
  • Stabling
  • Paddock / Land
  • Tack Room
  • Barn
  • Outbuildings
  • Garage

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Fully furnished to include all farming equipment The completely flat terrain is entered after passing an electric gate via a tree lined drive way and comprises 16.25 acres of which 13.5 acres are reserved for growing a variety of crop. The ranch buildings form a typical Andalusian courtyard with a spacious patio in the center of the u-shaped construction. The ranch house has about 170 m2 (1,870 sq f) of living area including a large lounge with open fire place, a fully equipped modern kitchen and four bedrooms sharing a big family bathroom. The ample loft above the bedrooms serves either as a study or a play area for children. A terrace covering the entrance to the farm house opens to the patio with views to the opposite side of the patio forming a very big covered terrace with barbecue and separate toilet. The central building of the complex has four horse boxes, a tack room and storage for fodder and equipment. Outside the completely walled ranch buildings is a 90 m2 (990 sq f) barn serving as a storage for straw and as a shelter for the horses. For working the horses there is a 35 x 15 metre riding school and between the school and the barn a large and fenced paddock. There is covered parking for four cars. The farm has mains electricity and water and is also hooked-up the the agricultural irrigation system. Presently the 13.5 acre of arable land is rented for € 3,000.00 p.a. The farm is sold including all furniture and equipment.
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