Investors from the United States, the Middle East and China have already shown interest in the historic racehorse training centre, the Manton Estate, in Wiltshire, which is for sale at £26million
And they’re off! The sale of one of England leading sporting estates is set to attract a strong field of overseas investors.
The Manton Estate, at Marlborough, Wiltshire, which is used to train world-class racehorses, is being sold by the Sangster family for £26million as a whole, or split into up to seven lots.
The sale of the 2,155-acre estate, which includes Manton House and Manton Lodge, together with 17 staff cottages, 10 flats and two stable staff hostels, is being jointly conducted by agents Strutt & Parker and Adkin.
Strutt & Parker’s agent in charge of the sale, Mark McAndrew, from its Estate & Farm Agency Department, tells OPP Connect that he expects demand from “pretty much everywhere – and we have already had interest from America, the Gulf and China.”
Manton House, has four reception rooms, eight principal bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool and gym and substantial courtyard including traditional stables and Manton Lodge has eight bedrooms and five reception rooms.
The Sangster family has specialised in breeding racehorses since the 1970s and …read more