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Oxford Stables – Integrated Equestrian Facility

Location:

Auckland and Waikato

Date

July 24, 2017

Category:
ARENAS, BARNS, COUNTRY HOMES, EQUESTRIAN, LATEST PROJECTS
About

The Oxford Stables is an example of a fully integrated equestrian facility, and a variation on our original Oxford barn design.

With 4-5 stables, tack and feed rooms and wash down areas all accessed off a central, well lit and ventilated breezeway downstairs, the horses are very comfortably catered for. While upstairs, luxury apartment-style accommodation provides all the creature comforts required for a perfect equestrian lifestyle for the owners. The viewing and entertaining deck looking out to the arena is the icing on the cake!

All Harrison Lane design and construction projects are custom designed to suit the individual needs of the owners and their horses, and as riders ourselves we can help you construct a stable that ticks all your boxes.

The Oxford design has been a great place for these and other clients to start and may well give you the inspiration you need too.

“Harrison Lane delivered us a beautifully designed barn on time, and every step of the way worked closely with us from the very beginning.  The consultative approach and the attention to detail as well as the quality of the trades involved has been extremely appreciated.  We were able to discuss elements of the barn from the very beginning and adapt to our own unique needs and requirements.

Our outstanding barn and equestrian facilities are the result of the accumulated learnings and wisdom that Harrison Lane have developed through specialising in Equestrian Design and Construction.  Laura and Scott were fabulous to deal with throughout even when challenged by NZ’s unstable weather, they took it all in their stride and came up with a winner.”

Angela Kendall

For other projects in the Oxford stables design series you can visit Oxford Barn with Accommodation or Oakbrae Equestrian (Oxford Design) and/or Contact Us to make a time to chat about your requirements.