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Yeguada Tarbena

Camino de la foya, Tárbena, Andalusia, Spain, 03518

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Stud for Andalusian P.R.E Horses and Organic Leisure Farm in Spain

Summary

  • Gov Certified breeding centre

  • P.R.E horses 9, 8 paddocks, 12 stables, machine storage, panoramic views.

  • 11 acres, olive groves and fruit trees, 1000+ years olive tree

  • 200 year old farmhouse, guesthouse

  • 4/5 bedrooms, 3/4 lounges, 3 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, utility room, swimming pool

  • double garage, fully furnished, antique collection, close to coast and airports.

  • 11.00 Acres
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bath/Shower rooms
  • Stabling
  • Paddock / Land
  • Tack Room
  • Barn
  • Outbuildings
  • Horsebox Parking
  • Garage
  • Ancillary Accommodation

Description

Yeguada TÁrbena is a government certified breeding centre for Andalusian P.R.E. thoroughbred horses in spain. It is set in 45.000 m²
of land with extraordinary panoramic mountain views on all sides.The historic village of Tárbena overlooks the sea of the Costa Blanca and is close by Alicante Airport – A short drive.

Stud and organic leisure farm

The complex includes – an organic leisure farm with olive groves, a wine producing vineyard, areas of fruit trees and woodland, There is a 200 year old farmhouse, a separate guest house, stables, paddocks and outbuildings. Farm equipment inludes farm jeep and quads. The farm possesses a millenium olive tree estimated to be over one thousand years old.

TÁrbena

was built by the moors many centuries ago. The current village dates from the early 1600’s. This part of the Costa Blanca enjoys the best weather in Europe. There is a large community of English, Dutch, German, French and Belgium people. The local infants school is well attended and a school bus takes older students to the college in Callosa. It has a good selection of bars and restaurants. It is popular with walkers, cyclists and tourists especially during the almond blossom time.

The Farmhouse

The farmhouse dates from 1815 although the land workings are much older. Two large open double garages adjoin the house. Currently used for storage. They can be easily modified for extra accommodation
the farmhouse was rebuilt and restored in 2006. The current room layout reflects the original design. An exterior terrace with pergola and plants adjoins the farmhouse.

There are two double bedrooms, two lounges, a terrace lounge, two bathrooms, kitchen, utility room and storeroom.

A considerable collection of spanish antiques feature in two of the lounges and the farmhouse is fully furnished.

Heating is provided – by three wood burning stoves. Hot water by gas. Electricity is generated on the farm.
The second lounge was originally a double bedroom and could be re-instated in a couple of hours if required.

The Guesthouse

Comprises two double bedrooms, dining area and kitchen.

There is a lounge and bathroom. And the guesthouse is fully furnished.
The views from the guesthouse are spectacular.

The Pool is landscaped with palm trees and other plants and trees. It has superb views of the mountains and is maintained by the local company who built it. An outside shower has HOT and COLD water.

Fruit trees
olive groves with some 400 trees produce high quality olive oil. The olives are pressed in the village.

Much new planting has taken place over the last 12 years and these trees are not yet in full production.
Other fruit trees include cherry, persimon, prunes, almonds and pomegranite.

There is a vineyard which produces a rich red wine Yeguada Tárbena Merlot and cabernet Sauvignon grapes have been planted in the vineyard. The Vineyard They produce a rich red vine. Currently the vineyard is managed by friends The VineYARD who return some bottled wine to the farm each year.

The Machinery

Two small tractors with accessories, a stump grinder and a branch masher are housed with several trailers in a purpose built facility. The two quads are ideal for offroading and pleasure trips.There is an excavator and also 4 rotovators of different capacity.

Other Outbuildings

Chalets There are two chalets currently used for storage, Chalets – One is furnished and has two single beds with wardrobes.

Storage

Straw and cereals are stored under dry cover and there is a seperate tackroom.

Poultry – supplying the farm kitchen, there is a mixed selection suppling the farm kitchen

The Breeding Centre

the yeguada is registered

with the ANCCE which is the worldwide organisation responsible for the Andalusian PRE breed worldwide. They are based in Sevilla. It is also certified by the Valencian Government. Breeding stock includes two semental stallions and four mares. There are also two additional stallions and one mare.

One semental has a grand champion in his bloodline and another of the stallions has three grand champions in his bloodline. The Yeguada has 12 boxes, including three doubles and 8 paddocks.

Conservation

Work to restore the farm started in 2000 and continues today. No chemicals have ever been used on the farm. This years projects
have included re-building many dry stone walls. Work will continue to open up terraces not used for 80 years or more. Restoration
of the ancient irrigation system has also been started this year. Construction of a water “deposito” holding 5.000 litres of natural mountain water for irrigation has also been completed.

A water “deposito” holding 5.000 litres of natural mountain water

Over 1000 Years Old the millenium olive tree – is estimated to be well over 1000 years old and was brought to the farm from the interior mountain area of Tarragona. This type of tree is considered a national monument and they are very expensive to acquire and transport. A viewing pergola has recently been built of french oak to admire the tree.

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