Shrawley, Worcestershire


Guide price

A superb equestrian yard on the edge of the village FOR SALE BY ONLINE AUCTION ENDING 21 MAY 2020 at 12NOON.


The Stables at Shrawley are located on Rectory Lane, a quiet country lane on the edge of the village. The land is extremely well placed for access to major roads including the A449 leading through to the M5 at Junction 6 for all routes south and to Junction 5 to routes north. Ombersley is the nearest main village, about 4 miles away with the Cathedral City of Worcester lying approximately 8.5 miles to the south. There is excellent hacking and riding out in and around Shrawley, including the superb Shrawley Woods, with ready access to local equestrian centres at Lincomb, Gracelands in Droitwich, Allens Hill in Pershore and Stourport Riding Centre.

The Stables in Shrawley has been extremely well set up as an excellent domestic equestrian yard with good road access onto Rectory Lane. There is a wide splayed entrance leading directly onto an expansive area of parking. There is a good hardstanding for a lorry with plenty of room to turn. The sandy well draining land is laid to permanent pasture and is gently sloping, divided into 5 paddocks separated by post and rail fencing. There is a timber field shelter in the far paddock adjacent to the attractive wildlife pond.

Adjacent to the parking area is the stable yard, comprising three alarmed Walkers timber stables (newly re-roofed) with tack room and small hay store. To the front of the stables is a concrete wash down enclosed by post and rail fencing with a muck heap to the left. Immediately beyond the stables is the ménage, measuring 36.8m x 17.6m and built by Pegasus Arenas, with a silica sand surface and Equestrian Direct topping.

The Stables is located in beautiful countryside with the land bordered by mature trees and hedgerows making for a beautiful yard. In all the land extends to 6.1 acres (2.46 ha).

Agents Note

About 0.48 acres is subject to adverse possession (edged blue on the plan). See legal pack for more information.

Rights of Way, Easements & Wayleaves

The land is sold subject to all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether defined in this brochure or not. A footpath, which we understand is little used, crosses the land from Rectory Lane down into the B4196.


The Property is subject to overage provisions for 25 years for a payment of 33 1/3% increase in value, to the vendor on obtaining any building that necessitates a change of use under planning application approval with continued equine and agricultural use accepted.

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