Barleyfields Equestrian Centre
Barleyfields Equestrian Centre
Barleyfields Equestrian Centre
Ash Lane, Etwall
Derbyshire DE65 6HT
• Derby - 6 miles
• Ashbourne - 14 miles
• Uttoxeter - 13 miles
• Nottingham - 22 miles
• Leicester - 33 miles
• Nottingham East Midlands Airport - 20 miles
A first class, purpose-built riding
school and livery yard with good
residential property, extending in
all to about 51 acres
For sale as a whole by private treaty
by timber framed windows. The house offers nicely
proportioned accommodation over two floors and
throughout the house there are brace and latch doors and
exposed timber work. The house is attached to the
adjoining cottage/annexe and this forms a single private
Barleyfields Equestrian Centre is very near to the sought
after village of Etwall, which has an excellent range of
amenities including a public library, a community centre,
the parish church of St Helens, as well as a great range of
shops including a post office, village supermarket, pubs
and takeaways. There are playing fields and a bowls club.
The village has two schools, (pre-school and primary) and
one large secondary, John Port School. There are also a
number of renowned schools within easy commuting
distance including Repton School, Ockbrook School, Derby
Grammar and Derby High School.
Excellent road links provide quick access to larger centres
such as Nottingham, Birmingham, Leicester and Derby; the
A50 provides a good link east connecting with the M1, and
west connecting with the M6. There is quick access to East
Barleyfields Equestrian Centre is a first class, purpose-built
riding school and livery yard with a good residential
property. In brief the property consists of a principal house
with attached cottage/annexe, chalet, car park, an
office, an indoor arena, stabling in traditional boxes and
an American style barn, hay barn, shop premises, two
maneges and land extending in all to about 51 acres.
An open fronted porch leads into a hallway off which there
is a store cupboard and WC. From the hall there is access
through to the equestrian office which can also be
accessed from an independent door. The hall leads
through to the kitchen which has a ceramic tiled floor and
an excellent complement of farmhouse style units
complete with a Stanley oil fired range and an additional
halogen hob. There is ample space for a table and just off
the kitchen is a utility room complete with a range of
cupboards, sink and with space for a fridge, freezer,
From the kitchen, a door leads through to a UPVC
conservatory with lovely views over the gardens and
grounds. Adjacent to the kitchen, the sitting room has an
attractive exposed brick fireplace and open tread
staircase leads to the first floor.
There are three bedrooms on the first floor together with a
family bathroom. The master bedroom has an en suite
bathroom and a built-in wardrobe.
Barleyfields House is a very attractive property of mellow
red brick construction under tiled roofs with relief offered
Adjoining the main house is the cottage. The cottage has
an open plan living room and kitchen, together with a
bathroom on the ground floor. There are two first floor
of herbaceous perennials. There is also a south facing sun
terrace and steps to a second seating terrace with
rockery, heathers and conifers creating a lovely
environment with attractive views over the land.
Behind the chalet there is an entrance into a mixed
orchard, together with a number of ornamental trees.
Adjacent to the house is a good car park.
A very good indoor arena with a tiered seating stand, a
judges’ box and two WCs. The building is of steel portal
construction with box profile cladding and barge boards
under a fibre cement roof. The northern and southern
gables of the building have large sliding doors. The arena
extends in all to 58m x 25m and has a Martin Colllins activtrack, and is connected to the mains electricity with a
back-up generator, mains water and a sprinkler system.
There is a small lean-to machinery store with an earth floor.
Two outdoor arenas
There are two outdoor arenas with fibre sand surfaces.
Both are surrounded by post and rail fencing.
Extensive stabling in traditional timber boxes (Broadfield)
and an American style barn together with tack rooms.
There are 45 horse and pony boxes available in total. The
barn is a steel portal framed single span building with a
fibre cement roof and box profile cladding and sliding
doors to the north and south elevations. There is a
The chalet is a detached wooden dwelling for residential
occupation with a lean-to conservatory at the front. The
chalet has a kitchen, a generously proportioned sitting
room and two bedrooms. There is a seating area outside.
Attached to the American style stable barn and of similar
Gardens and grounds around the residential
There are lovely gardens around Barleyfields House with
extensive terracing and ornamental walls and an extensive
rockery. The gardens are planted with a wonderful
selection of mature trees and shrubs and a fantastic range
The onsite shop offers a range of equestrian clothing and
accessories and is currently let to an independent tenant.
There is an adjoining store room and a small theory/class
Barleyfields extends in all to about 51 acres (20.64) and is
divided into enclosures with a number of water troughs
serving the land via a mains water supply. Access to 35.28
acres situated on the east side of Etwall Brook is through
woodland that is not owned and is via a track over which
the owner of Barleyfields and successors in title have a right
of access. There are two cross country courses across the
Basic Payment Scheme
The majority of the land is registered on the Rural Land
Register and is eligible to receive entitlements from the Basic
Payment Scheme. The payment for the current scheme
year will be retained. The entitlements are included within
the purchase price and the relevant number of entitlements
will be transferred to the purchaser(s). If the land is sold in
lots the entitlements will be apportioned.
The purchaser(s) will be responsible for cross compliance
following completion. The purchaser(s) will indemnify the
vendor against any non-compliance which results in any
penalty or reduction to the vendor.
From Junction 5 of the A50 take the A516 north east for
approximately 0.8mile. Turn left onto Ashe Lane and then
immediately right into Barley Fields Equestrian Centre.
Should any sale or any other part of the farm or any right
attached to it become a chargeable supply for the
purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable by the
purchaser(s) in addition to the contract price.
Sporting, Timber and Mineral
Subject to confirmation, timber and mineral rights are
included in the freehold sale. Sporting rights on the land
to the east of Etwall Brook and fishing rights are excluded.
South Derbyshire District Council Tel: 01283 595795
By strict appointment through selling agents, Fisher German
LLP, tel. no. 01530 412821, [email protected]
Barley Fields Equestrian Centre
By separate negotiation, the business name, the goodwill of
the business, horses and equipment are available.
Please note: Fisher German LLP and any Joint Agents give notice that: The
particulars are produced in good faith are set out as a general guide only
and do not constitute or form any part of an offer or any contract. No
person within Fisher German has any authority to make or give
representation or warranty on any property.