GALLERY: Get your hands on £1.3 million stud farm in Haddenham

16:33 04 September 2014

Stud farm for sale in Haddenham

Stud farm for sale in Haddenham

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A stud farm in Haddenham which boasts stables, a riding school, a five-bedroom house and 22 acres of lush paddocks has been put up for sale – for a cool £1.35million.

Stud farm for sale in HaddenhamStud farm for sale in Haddenham

The property, in Sutton Road, is a horse-lover’s dream, with fully-equipped stables, foaling boxes, a dedicated veterinary room and four barns in which to keep horses and, potentially, manage a thriving equestrian business.

Its current owners have been in Haddenham for two years and have carried out extensive refurbishment on the property, including modernising the large homestead with new flooring and a new kitchen and utility room.

Estate agent, Fine and Country said: “This deceptively spacious family home is ideal for the growing family with a keen interest in horses or for the more commercially minded buyer, wanting to take full advantage of the state of the art equestrian facilities which have established New Farm as a well respected stud farm.”

For more information, visit http://cambridge.fineandcountry.co.uk/

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