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3 bedroom bungalow for sale

Ashbrittle, Ashbrittle, Wellington, Somerset, TA21

Guide Price £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Panoramic Views
  • 107.5 Acres
  • Bungalow with 3 Beds
  • Modern Farm Buildings
  • Arable & Pasture Land
  • Mainly South-Facing
  • Further Land Available

Full description

A superbly positioned farm with stunning views to the Blackdown Hills. 107.50 acres. Modern bungalow with 3 bedrooms and a south-facing aspect. A range of modern farm buildings suitable for livestock or storage. Productive arable and pasture land. Additional land available.

Situation - Burrow Farm is situated on the Devon / Somerset border with stunning views, one mile west of the quiet village of Ashbrittle. The village of Appley is 2.5 miles to the east and has a primary school, village store / post office and The Globe Inn, a popular public house.

The towns of Wellington and Tiverton are both within 8 miles and provide a wide range of shops and supermarkets, including a Waitrose at Wellington, together with schools for all ages including Wellington School and Blundells Public School at Tiverton.

There is access to the M5 at Junction 26 Wellington and Junction 27 Tiverton and the North Devon Link Road at Tiverton. The county town of Taunton is within 14 miles where mainline rail services are available and also at Tiverton Parkway, 6.5 miles to the south of the farm.

Introduction - Burrow Farm is a productive mixed holding in an elevated position with panoramic views towards the Blackdown Hills and Wellington Monument. The farm extends to 107.50 Acres (43.50 hectares) of mostly south-facing land, including some productive arable and pasture fields, although there is further land available if required.

Lot 1 - LOT 1 includes Burrow View Bungalow and a range of modern buildings, set within 61.46 acres (24.87 hectares).

Burrow View Bungalow - Burrow View bungalow occupies a south-facing position towards the southwestern end of the farm. It was constructed during the early 1990s with rendered elevations, a slate roof and double glazing throughout. The bungalow is finished to a good standard and is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition.

The accommodation includes an entrance hall which leads to the three double bedrooms, all with in-built wardrobes and the master bedroom with an en-suite shower room. There is a separate bathroom, a triple aspect sitting room which has an open fire, and the kitchen/breakfast room which both take advantage of the views. In addition there is a utility room and back
porch with a door through to the Double Garage.

Outside - Approached from the road, there is a large tarmac turning and parking area to the front of Burrow View, flanked by shrub beds and lawn, and on the southern elevation is a further lawn with a patio to take advantage of the far reaching views.

The Farm Buildings - Positioned to the east of the bungalow are the modern farm buildings, with extensive concrete yards with separate access on to the road.

Covered Yard - (35.57m x 20.95m) (( 116'8" x 68'9") - Clear-span steel frame with concrete panels and space-boarded elevations, fibre cement roof with light panels. Part-concrete, part hard earth floor. The cubicles are NOT included.

General Purpose Building - Section 1: 18.01m x 9.45m (59'1 x 31'). Steel supports, concrete floor and galvanised iron roof. Including covered feed passage.

Section 2: 23.33m x 10.33m (76'7 x 33'11). Steel frame, block and space boarded elevations, fibre cement roof and hard floor.

Former Poultry House - (29.40m x 6.35m). (( 96'5" x 20'10") - Timber frame and elevations, with a timber clad roof, concrete floor. This building has been utilised for lambing and calf rearing.

Parlour Feed Building - (7.29m x 4.40m). (( 23'11" x 14'5") - Block elevations under a corrugated iron roof. Concrete floor. External feed bin.

Isolation Building - (5.29m x 4.82m) (( 17'4" x 15'10") - Block elevations under a corrugated iron roof. Concrete floor.

Dutch Barn - (18.28m x 6.14m plus extension 6.14m x 5.50m) (( 6 - Steel frame, hard earth floor.

Open Silage Bunker - (16.78m x 7.37m) (( 55'1" x 24'2") - With concrete panelled sides with concrete floor and effluent collection pit.

Pole Barn - (14.74m x 9.09m) (( 48'4" x 29'10") - Timber frame, part block elevations, concrete floor and corrugated iron roof.

Livestock Building - (24.34m x 17.21m) (( 79'10" x 56'6") - Steel frame and fibre cement roof. Including covered passage.

Open Silage Clamp - (27.43m x 13.71m). (( 90'0" x 45'0") - Concrete base and panelling.

Machinery / Fodder Store - (21.07m x 16.46m) (( 69'2" x 54'0") - Steel frame, concrete floor, dung boarding elevations with galvanised iron above. Fibre cement roof.

Slurry Store - Concrete construction, weeping wall with dirty water pit below. On the opposite side of the road is a:

Cart Shed - (9.92m x 4.10m). (( 32'7" x 13'5") - On the opposite side of the road is the Cart Shed, with stone walls under a box profile sheeted roof.

The Land - The land within LOT 1 is all south facing, comprising five pasture and arable fields which are mostly gently sloping, becoming slightly steeper towards the southern boundary. There is also excellent road frontage with gateways along the northern boundary.

Lot 2 - Land - LOT 2 comprises three gently sloping, south-facing fields with excellent road frontage on the northern, southern and western boundaries. In total this lot extends to 46.04 acres (18.63 hectares) with two fields presently down to grass suitable for grazing and mowing, and the eastern field has been reseeded following barley in 2015.

Additional Land - Positioned north of the farm are an additional 45.51 acres (18.42 hectares) of land, comprising a single pasture field suitable for grazing and mowing with panoramic views to the north, east and south over the surrounding open countryside. There is direct road access on the southern boundary and a small area of woodland within the south-eastern corner.

Services - A single spring water supply is provided to the bungalow and land. The spring rises within the property and is pumped to a holding reservoir where it is gravity fed to the farm and dwellings. Mains electricity. Private drainage (septic tank).

Access - All lots have direct access from council maintained roads.

Tenure & Possession - Burrow Farm is owned freehold and is available with vacant possession upon completion.

Basic Payment Scheme (Bps) - The land is registered for entitlements. Current scheme year payment is reserved from the sale. If the farm is sold in lots, the entitlements will be apportioned and transferred to the purchasers. The purchaser will take over the vendors cross compliance responsibilities for the remainder of the current scheme year.

Planning - Burrow Farm Bungalow has an agricultural occupancy condition (AOC).

Local Authority - Taunton Deane Borough Council, The Deane House, Belvedere Rd, Taunton, Somerset TA1 1HE. Tel: 01823 356356. (

Sporting & Mineral Rights - The sporting and mineral rights insofar as they are owned are included with the freehold.

Fixtures & Fittings - All fixtures and fittings, unless specifically referred to within these particulars, are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold.

Wayleaves & Rights Of Way - The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements and any public or private rights of way
or bridleways etc.

Plans & Boundary Fences - A plan, which is not to scale and is not to be relied upon, is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags. Please call 01392 680059 or 01823 662822.

Directions - From junction 27 of the M5 motorway proceed on the A38 towards Wellington. At the top of Whiteball Hill, turn left, signposted Greenham and Appley and follow the road for approximately 4 miles into Ashbrittle. Continue through the village and take the first left turn towards Hockworthy and Huntsham. Continue for just over half a mile and take the left turn. Burrow Farm will be found on the left after about 400 yards.

From junction 26 of the M5 motorway follow the A38 along Wellington Bypass and at the roundabout at the western end proceed towards Tiverton on the A38 and after 2.5 miles, at the top of Whiteball Hill, turn right and follow the directions above.

Disclaimer - These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

Warning - Farms and land can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of farm buildings and livestock.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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