Talland House in South Cerney has a reputation for producing top dressage talent and has, in the last 7 years, been the home of Oliver Twist Polo, the highly successful producers of high goal polo ponies.
Knight Frank are launching the house on the market with a guide price of £1.8m. Well located 16 miles north of Junction 15 on the M4 and within easy reach of the M5 via the A419, it would make the ideal base for competitor.
The main house has six bedrooms, reception rooms, hall and a large modern kitchen. It has a further 3 cottages, stables and outdoor and indoor arenas, in addition a horse walker and all weather canter track. While it enjoys a good income from the cottages and equestrian facilities, the agents say that, unlike many properties, it is well separated with privacy and access.
Robert Fanshawe, of Knight Frank’s equestrian department says: ‘Rarely do we get instructed on such an excellent house in a prime Cotswold location which offers income, facilities and which can be either a commercial enterprise or very private: a unique opportunity.’
Contact Knight Frank on 020 7861 1373