The Newmarket offices of Jackson-Stops & Staff and Savills have jointly been instructed to sell Holland House Stables at a guide price of £350,000.
Holland House Stables, formerly known as Lansdown House, was owned by Jack Watts in 1920 and bought by Basil Foster in 1957 and renamed in honour of chaser Joe Holland, who had given Foster his first success after he started at Enfield in 1955. The property would be suitable as a start up yard or as an overflow yard.
Holland House Stables requires a total renovation and offers the opportunity to provide further stabling subject to necessary planning consents.
Jock Lloyd-Jones of Jackson-Stops & Staff believes: ‘Holland House Stables would cost about £500,000 to renovate and would then be worth in excess of £1 million, as it is rare that a horse training establishment like this comes up for sale in Newmarket’.
The property is going to formal tender on May 29 (Jackson-stops & Staff 01638 662231)