Equestrian property located on the outskirts of Bakel offering great privacy. Featuring a detached farmhouse with a beautifully landscaped garden, a riding hall with horse boxes including an indoor area, an outdoor arena, a shed and several paddocks with a grass surface and a beautifully landscaped garden. The whole is situated on a plot of 13.000 sqm.
Ground floor: The hall has a tiled floor, painted walls and a stucco ceiling. The hall features the meter cupboard and provides access to the study / office and the kitchen. The study finished with wooden floors, painted walls and a stucco ceiling. It can also be used as playroom or extra bedroom for example. The spacious kitchen has corner units, which are equipped with a granite worktop, a sink, a four burner hob with oven and refrigerator. The kitchen is finished with a tiled floor, stucco walls and a light wood-beamed ceiling. A nice detail is the authentic wooden beam which is visible in the kitchen as well. The kitchen provides access to the basement, the living room, the storage room and the hall. An enclosed staircase provides access from the kitchen to the 1st floor. The cellar has a tiled floor and a basement window that provides natural light and ventilation. The living room is decorated with wooden floors, stucco walls and a wood-beamed ceiling. Large windows in the front, side and rear provide plenty of light. The living room is equipped with a sandstone fireplace with a wood stove. The storage / utility room is finished with a tiled floor and partly tiled walls. The storage room is also equipped with connections for washing equipment, a wardrobe and a boiler (Radson). The storage room provides access to the multifunctional hobby room, a toilet room, a shower room and the backyard. The partly tiled bathroom has a toilet and a sink. The fully tiled shower room has a shower and a washbasin. The hobby room is suitable for multiple purposes, such as an office or accommodation for interns / grooms. The room has wooden floors, stucco walls and a sand finished ceiling. Again the authentic wooden beams are visible. Stable windows provide plentiful light. A door provides access to the indoor barn area of ??the farm.
The landing consists of two parts, above the front and rear of the house. Part I is has wooden floors, stucco walls and a light wood slat ceiling. A skylight above the staircase allows lots of light onto the landing. The landing provides access to a cupboard and 3 bedrooms. Bedroom I is finished with wooden floors, stucco walls and a stucco ceiling. Under the pitched roof there is extra space for storage. Bedroom II has a wooden floor, stucco walls and a light slat ceiling. A dormer window provides plenty of light. Bedroom III, the current master bedroom, is decorated with wooden floors, stucco walls and a light slat ceiling. The room also features a dormer. The 2nd part of the landing has wooden floors, stucco walls and a stucco ceiling with recessed lighting. This part of the landing also has two dormers. The spacious, fully tiled bathroom has a shower, two sinks, a toilet and a dormer. The stucco ceiling has recessed lighting. The storage room is decorated with wooden floors, stucco walls and a stucco ceiling. Bedroom IV is located across the width of the farmhouse and is finished with a wooden floor, stucco walls, a stucco ceiling and has a dormer. Indoor barn area: In the rear part of the farm features 8 horse boxes, a laundry room and a storage room. This stable area is accessible from the yard through double doors at the back of the farm. The first part of the barn has a concrete floor and masonry walls, which are partially covered in concrete. The laundry room is finished with a concrete floor. The horse boxes have a sliding doors partially of hardwood and partly galvanized. The walls are constructed from concrete / masonry and there is an insulated roof. Stable doors offers direct access to the yard from each horse box. The storage room has a wooden floor, connections for washing equipment and a sink. The second part of the house is directly connected with the first part and houses 3 horse boxes. The second stable section is finished with a concrete floor, partly concrete and partly masonry walls and a beamed ceiling. The horse boxes (approximately 300x300) have partially hardwood, partly galvanized fronts with sliding doors, a concrete floor and a beamed ceiling. Above the stables there is a mezzanine suitable for hay or straw storage. The third part of the stable is accessible from the first part through a sliding door. This part includes a cobblestone floor, masonry walls, wooden beams and stable doors in the front of the farm. The four existing boxes feature masonry rear and partition walls and partly hardwood, partly galvanized doors.
The beautifully landscaped garden is located around the house and excellently maintained. The plot is accessible via two driveways, one leading up to the farmhouse and one to the equestrian accommodation. The whole plot is fenced and the driveways are locked by a gate. The garden has a terrace paved with baked bricks at the rear of the farm, a 2nd garden terrace, a lawn and permanent plants in the borders, fenced with box hedges. The garden is partly enclosed by a beech hedge. The garden also features a garden shed with wood cladded walls with concrete base. The roof is covered with tiles. The garden house can be accessed through a door.
The detached garage is no longer in use as such. The garage is built of masonry and the roof is covered with corrugated iron panels. The former garage is accessible from the courtyard through a door and a steel overhead door. This annex has a concrete floor and features the irrigation and de-ironing installation.
The detached, completely insulated riding hall (built around 2009) is constructed of masonry with steel trusses. The walls are partly covered with sheet piling panels and the roof is covered with insulated tile motif panels. The roof features a skylight in the ridge stretching over the width of the hall. The riding hall consists of an indoor arena, a horse walker, 5 horse boxes and a laundry room. The front of the building features an extended roof covering an outdoor seating area paved with cobblestones. The roof has wooden trusses. The indoor arena (20x45 m) has sand footing and a wooden kick wall. The indoor arena is accessible from the courtyard through large sliding doors on the side and rear and a door in the side of the barn. The stable area is accessible from the courtyard through a sliding door. The horse boxes (about 400x350) have partly hardwood, partly galvanized front walls with hinged doors, masonry partition and rear walls (partially covered with concrete) and shutters.
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