4 of the best properties for horse lovers for sale in Yorkshire

Lawns Lane, Carr Gate

Lawns Lane, Carr Gate - Credit: Archant

We round up a selection of properties with plenty of room to ride, roam or relax

Valley Farm Clayton, Bradford

Valley Farm Clayton, Bradford - Credit: Archant

Valley Farm Clayton, Bradford

WOW factor: Lashings of space in a farmhouse conversion of four former cottages

Extras: Stone built stable block with four stables, WC and storeroom/offices above, garage block, further detached timber stable, 4.5 acres of grazing land, wash bay, hay store and flood lit arena

Price £775,000

Contact: Charnock Bates Estate Agents, 01422 380100, charnockbates.co.uk homes@charnockbates.co.uk

Horseshoe Barn, Yafforth

Horseshoe Barn, Yafforth - Credit: Archant

Horseshoe Barn, Yafforth, Northallerton

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WOW factor: A striking four-bedroom detached barn with adjoining teenage-friendly two-bedroom accommodation, set in approximately 2.3 acres

Extras: A one-bedroom detached annexe and triple garage

Price: £1,950,000

Contact: Emma Chadwick, Strutt and Parker, Princes House, 13 Princes Square, Harrogate 01423 594614

Lawns Lane, Carr Gate

Lawns Lane, Carr Gate - Credit: Archant

Lawns Lane, Carr Gate, Wakefield

WOW factor: A stunning family home finished to exacting standards and made for socialising and family time with lovely outside space.

Extras: To the side of the house there is a large grass area and a substantial wooden built lodge suitable for a variety of uses and equestrian potential.

Price: £975,000

Contact: Richard Kendal, Wakefield office 01924 291294

Woodbottom Cottage

Woodbottom Cottage - Credit: Archant

Woodbottom Cottage, Wood Bottom Road, Honley/Netherton.

WOW factor: This beautiful family home with exceptional views has an impressive stable block and menage. All in extensive grounds with gardens and woodland.

Extras: Six bedrooms (two en-suite), gardens, detached garage block. Four good sized stables and tractor/feed store and paddock.

Price: £1,500,000

Contact: Simon Blyth emma.battye@simonblyth.co.uk

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