A beautiful Cotswolds village is shown, with traditional cottages shown over a bridge surrounded by trees.

From the Capital to the Cotswolds

The brief

The original scope was for a country retreat as the clients had an apartment in London and her dressage horses were in livery. Timescale was not overly important in this case, so many houses were viewed, with none quite having that ‘wow’ factor they were looking for! That's where Buying Agent Partnership came in...

  • Farmhouse property
    In a traditional, Cotswolds style.
  • £1m budget
    From the sale of their London property.
  • Equestrian Facilities
    To house and train their stable of horses.
  • Country retreat
    Beautiful countryside views surrounding the property
County Homesearch Logo

We find homes for people like you

How Buying Agent Partnership helped:

The couple decided to take advantage of the increasing London market to sell their flat, whilst our property finder found a suitable house to rent. This gave the clients greater leverage when enquiries led our expert to an off-market farmhouse, which seemed to hit all the key points that they were after.

With stunning views over the paddocks and ménage for dressage with courtyard stables and auxiliary accommodation, and immediate decision to purchase was agreed.


The Happy Ending: 

The clients were over the moon with the property, which ticked all their boxes! A beautiful, rural residence, within their budget and (of course) room for the horses too, this was a huge win for the Buying Agent Partnership team. As our delighted clients said:  “Now we can really get on with our lives!”

How Buying Agent Partnership added value: 

  • Our experts used their knowledge of local off-market properties to find a perfect address for the clients, which hadn’t yet been listed!
  • Our property finder was able to negotiate a great deal for these clients, within their budget and hitting all their requirements
  • Our property finder was able to find a specialist equestrian property, to make sure all members of the family (even four-legged ones) were catered for!