HARRATON COURT STABLESTo Let
A restored historic training yard set in a peaceful and secure location, with easy access to the Training Grounds and providing an excellent investment
Traditional main yard with 29 boxes and storage
Cicero Barn with 15 boxes, feed and tack rooms, storage and planning permission for eight further boxes
Two/three bedroom trainer’s house
0.460 hectares (1.14 acres)
29 Box Yard
Barn with 15 boxes
Guide Price: Rent on appliaction
History Harraton Court Stables was built in the late nineteenth century for the 3rd Earl of Durham. In 1905 Harraton Court Stables produced Cicero to win the Derby, owned by Lord Rosebery.
Introduction The main yard and Cicero Barn have a total of 44 boxes and planning permission has been granted for a further 8 boxes. The yard has abundant accommodation all smartly fininshed. This includes a two/three bedroom trainer’s house and two two bedroom flats above the main yard.
Situation The property is situated in Exning on the northern outskirts of Newmarket. The Main Yard 29 brick stables of a traditional design arranged in a quadrangle. The main has an office, feed store, tack room, racing tack room and stores. There is potential for the former hayloft above the yard to be developed in to further accomodation. Trainer’s House Within the quadrangle is a smart two/three bedroom trainer's house and a large garden to the front with private access from Ducks Lane at the rear. The trainer's house looks directly out in the main quadrangle. 1 and 2 Harraton Court Flats Set within the the clock tower side of the courtyard in the main yard, both flats offer generous two bedroom accommodation which have been finished to a high standard. The flats are accessed from Ducks Lane as well as the main yard and are perfectly situated for staff or for use as on site trainers’ accommodation should there be two training operations at the property. Alternatively, the flats could be rented out separately from the yard.
Cicero Barn: 0.086 hectares (0.21 acres) An attractive historic barn (9.09m x 38.06m) which has been recently renovated and provides internal Sandringham range Loddon boxes, of decorative design, with tack room/store feed room, storage and WC. The barn has water and electricity supply and has a large area to the front which could be used for a separate small dwelling.
Horse Walker A four horse walker is positioned adjacent to the Cicero Barn.
Directions From the clock tower in Newmarket turn left in the direction of Exning on the B1103. Continue on the B1103 passing under the A14 and into Exning. Turn left on to Ducks Lane, and at the end turn right on to Chapel Street. Harraton Court Stables can be found on the right hand side.
Method of Sale The property is offered for sale freehold as a whole. Offers may be considered on any part. A purchaser interested in any specific part should contact the selling agents at an early stage indicting the area of specific interest.
Planning Harraton Court Stables is located within the administrative area of Forest Heath District Council. Planning permission F/2008/0767/FUL granted 7 May 2009 for the renovation of the existing clunch barn with internal race horse stables and erection of detached range of loose boxes (eight in number). Planning Permission F/2009/0267/FUL granted 10 September 2009 for erection of new entrance gates. Planning permission was granted in 1974 for Harraton Court Cottage and is subject to the cottage being occupied by a person wholly or mainly employed at the training establishment. Services
Mains water and electricity.
Council Tax for 2010/2011: Harraton Court Cottage is Band D: £1,492.78 payable. Flats 1 and 2 are both Band A: £995.19 payable.
Business Rates for 2010/2011: Harraton Court Stables: Rateable Value £18,000; Business Rates payable £7,452. Cicero Barn: Rateable Value £9,300; Business Rates payable £3,850.20.
Wayleaves, Easements, Covenants & Rights of Way The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements, covenants and rights of way whether or not disclosed.
Local Authorities Suffolk County Council, County Hall, Ipswich, IP4 1LZ (01473) 583000 Forest Heath District Council, College Heath Road, Mildenhall, Suffolk, IP28 7EY (01638) 719000.