Property of the week: East Newton Farm, Foulden

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This equestrian property sits in over ten acres with a wide range of outbuildings, ten loose boxes, all-weather 
arena, and a detached three- bedroom family home.

The property occupies a private and rural position within walking distance of Foulden, with stunning views across open countryside.

The bungalow offers scope for an extension and the accommodation briefly comprises a large conservatory, with double doors leading out to the south-facing decked area with lovely views.

From here, double doors open into the dining room, which is a lovely, warm 
space with the multi-fuel log burner acting as its main 
focal point.

The kitchen, comprises a gas range together with a Belfast sink unit and timber work surfaces which looks towards the rear.

Also leading from the dining room is bedroom three, which is currently used as a Snug with an open fire by the present owners.

There is a rear lobby which leads out to the courtyard as well as to the family bathroom.

The inner hallway leads to the master bedroom which is to the rear elevation and is a double bedroom.

Bedroom two is to the front elevation and has delightful views. One of the main selling points of this property is its outside space.

Access is via a shared 
road which leads down to 
the property where there is ample parking for several 

This area and the access is able to accommodate large vehicles such as horse boxes/trailers etc.

The garden is to the front of the property, with steps leading up to the raised deck area, and from there the conservatory.

The grounds extend to over 10 acres, and are made up 
of four principle grazing 
paddocks, there is also an additional paddock which houses a 25m x 45m all-weather riding arena with a rubber surface.

There is also planning permission agreed for the installation and erection of an 11kw wind turbine.