Beverley House Stables is located on the edge of the pretty Yorkshire market town of Malton, on the north of the River Derwent on the historic boundary between the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire. With excellent road access and train service on the Scarborough, York, Leeds, Manchester route and within an hour and a half drive of Leeds Bradford International Airport. The racecourse of Catterick (54 miles), Thirsk (29 miles) and Ripon (40 miles), together with York (27 miles) provide between them 70 plus racing days in the year.
Beverley House Stables overlooks the Highfield Training gallops and consists of:
Trainer's House with 3 bedrooms, bathroom, hall, sitting room, kitchen, office and utility room
Mobile home with 2 bedrooms
A brick yard of 12 boxes with feed room, tack room and racing tack room
A timber yard of 9 boxes with WC and feed room
2 Further timber boxes
In all 23 boxes
Horse walker, lunge ring and 6 paddocks
In all around 4.73 acres.
Mains water, electricity, private drainage. Council Tax Band D
Planning: Approval number 3/96/35/A/PA states "The occupation of the dwelling known as Beverley House should be limited to a person solely or mainly working or least working in the locality in agriculture (as defined in Section 336 of the Town and Country Planning Act. 1990) forestry, or in a race horse training or a widow or widower of such a person or to any resident dependant (s).
Viewing is by arrangement via the agents.
Access to gallops including (by arrangement with management) Highfield Gallops and the Langton Wold Gallops which cover an area of approximately 120 acres and are regarded as some of the finest in the country. Including six-furlong and 1m3f polytrack gallops and a five-furlong, six-furlong and 1m2f grass gallop. There are schooling grounds with steeplechase fences flights of hurdles, starting stalls and trotting rings.
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