Easterton Farm is an excellent mixed farm, comprising a well-known equestrian unit, with a combination of good quality silage/haylage and grazing ground and several areas of woodland along the northern boundary. The farm is centred on a modern farmhouse which was built in 1997 with a further cottage and a range of modern farm and equestrian buildings which are ideally suited to livery and competition riders. The modern Coverall Building provides an excellent arena for schooling, lessons, clinics and competitions. The additional small indoor arena is ideal for warm up, lunging and backing young stock. Stabling is all based on the American barn system being fully under cover. Stables could be dismantled and moved with
The farm extends in total to approximately 103.99 Ha (256.96 Acres) with approximately 71.95 Ha (177.72 Acres) down to pasture, with the remaining land split between 24 acres of rough grazing, 49 acres of woodland with the balance being made up by roads, yards and buildings. There is an excellent range of modern and traditional buildings fully equipped for equestrian use and a modern machinery and hay shed. There is a further steel clad building with a corrugated roof currently leased out as a Falconry Centre.