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Equestrian living on the wonderful Exmoor National Park

Equestrian living on the wonderful Exmoor National Park

Located in the South West of England, Exmoor National Park is known for it’s unique and stunning landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farm land. With over 300 miles of bridleways, it is unsurprising that Exmoor is arguably one of the best and most desirable places for potential buyers who are seeking an equestrian property in the West Country. What better riding country could you ask for?

The equestrian property market on Exmoor comes in all shapes and sizes and ranges from large country homes with extensive equestrian facilities, to smaller properties with land, through to individual paddock and grazing opportunities. All of which are equally coveted by potential buyers.

2023 has seen some notable Equestrian property sales in the area which include:

Blacklake, an immaculately presented property occupying a rural setting. Wonderfully close to the centre of Dulverton, the property offered a scenic footpath that led you directly in to town and enjoyed brilliant views, together with stables, paddocks and woodland. In all 25 acres.
Homes for sale on Exmoor

Hill Farm, a charming Grade II Listed farmhouse in an idyllic setting on the outskirts of West Anstey just on the edge of Exmoor. The property benefited from an annexe, gardens, traditional outbuildings, stables and paddocks and was ideally located to take advantage of moorland riding.
Homes for sale with stables

There are three Stags offices that surround the moor, providing local knowledge and specialist expertise for anyone looking to sell, buy or let equestrian property. Located at ‘The Gateway to Exmoor’, Stags’ Dulverton office covers the Eastern proportion, with the Stags South Molton office to the South. The Stags Barnstaple office covers the North Devon Beaches as well as the Western half of Exmoor.

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