Reference247463
Price2,200,000 EUR
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms3
Floor Space150.0m2
Land Area8,241.0m2

Unique 4 bedroom Commercial Property for sale with countryside view in Lamorlaye, Picardy

2,200,000 EUR
1,892,000 GBP2,354,000 USD
Unique opportunity to acquire an equestrian property nestling in over
2 acres of land near all amenities in Lamorlaye.

The spacious 4m x 4m boxes are upholstered and have a 5cm rubber floor, as well as individual automatic drinkers and zinc troughs. In the same building, there are two studios, each measuring 28m2, as well as two offices and four tack rooms.

Close to the stables is a 400m2 storage building for straw and hay, as well as two paddocks. In the 1,000m2 riding arena is a 30 x 25m oval walker that can accommodate up to 9 horses, as well as a pedal-bath/balneotherapy area for 4 horses, fed by a specially created well.
This equipment is ideal for the rapid reco...
Unique opportunity to acquire an equestrian property nestling in over
2 acres of land near all amenities in Lamorlaye.

The spacious 4m x 4m boxes are upholstered and have a 5cm rubber floor, as well as individual automatic drinkers and zinc troughs. In the same building, there are two studios, each measuring 28m2, as well as two offices and four tack rooms.

Close to the stables is a 400m2 storage building for straw and hay, as well as two paddocks. In the 1,000m2 riding arena is a 30 x 25m oval walker that can accommodate up to 9 horses, as well as a pedal-bath/balneotherapy area for 4 horses, fed by a specially created well.
This equipment is ideal for the rapid recovery of horses after a race or intensive training.

There is also the possibility of creating 40 additional boxes or two arenas.

The property has a very attractive entrance with an access road suitable for semi-trailers, and the entire establishment is under high surveillance thanks to 17 video surveillance cameras.

It includes two residential buildings: An 80m2 chalet comprising a living room with open-plan kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a garden.

There is a loft that was completely renovated in 2019, with a surface area of 150m2, comprising of a large living room including an open-plan kitchen, two suites with their own bathrooms equipped with sauna and hammam.

The property has ample parking for cars and vans.

Its privileged location provides direct access to the forest and training tracks, offering first-class facilities for dressage, show jumping and equestrian training. In addition, it is strategically located between Chantilly and Coye-la-Foret railway stations, allowing central Paris to be reached in just 25 minutes by train.

Chantilly and Lamorlaye are charming towns offering a unique combination of historical heritage with their chateaux and unspoilt nature with their forests, making them ideal for horse riding in the heart of nature. In addition, the region offers a variety of equestrian and sporting activities nearby, including a golf course and a racecourse, all in a picturesque and pleasant setting.

Owning an equestrian property in this area will allow you to connect with other horse owners, participate in horse-related social events and share your experiences with like-minded people.

Finally, the surrounding area has a strong infrastructure to support horse owners, with specialist vets, farriers, tack shops and equine feed shops close by, making it easy to care for and supply your horses.
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