Downsfield is an attractive, south facing property believed to have been built in the 1980s and provides bright and well- arranged accommodation, with some wonderful far reaching views over its own land and countryside beyond.
Gardens and Grounds
The established gardens and grounds are a particular feature of the property which is approached from the road by a long, sweeping tarmac drive adjacent to the paddock. The gardens surround the property on all sides with areas of lawn supplemented by established and well stocked flower and shrub borders and at the rear an attractive stone wall falls to the boundary to the North. Overall the gardens and grounds form a delightful and imposing setting for the property.
To the rear of the house is a concrete and tarmac yard with the recently built and lined stable block with three stables, including foaling box and tack room with separate WC and wash hand basin. All stables have good ventilation with power and caged lighting.
To the East of the house and adjacent to an area of lawn is the 40m x 20m outdoor school, being well drained on a sand base with rubber topping, with post and rail fencing and five bar gate. The paddock lies gently to the South again with post and rail fencing, and water.