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Brayford, Barnstaple, Devon, EX32

131 ac. | £1,300,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 131 acres (53 hectares)

Key features

  • Grade 2 Listed 7 bedroom Farmhouse
  • Scope to extend the Farmhouse
  • Courtyard of traditional buildings
  • Beautiful Rural Retreat in ring fence
  • In all about 131 Acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A Magical Rural Retreat - in all about 131 acres


Mockham Barton is about a mile north outside of Brayford in
North Devon. The village has a primary school and a thriving
community with a pub and shop. It is a short drive via the A399 to the outskirts of Barnstaple. Barnstaple is the regional centre of North Devon and offers a good range of facilities and amenities including sports centre, out of town and town centre
shops, regional hospital, businesses and indoor Pannier Market.
It lies at the head of the tidal Taw Estuary which gives way at its
mouth to some of the best beaches (Croyde, Putsborough and
Saunton Sands) in the west country. Woody Bay at Martinhoe
in the Exmoor National Park is also a stunning beach which is about 13 miles away. Barnstaple also hosts the Tarka Trail cycle
track which follows the path of the old railway track inland as
far as Torrington and Merton. To the North of Mockham Barton
the undulating lowland landscape quickly gives way to the open
moorland of Exmoor, home to a myriad of opportunities for
outdoor recreation including field sports, walking and riding.


Mockham Barton is a 17th century farmhouse mentioned in the
Domesday book and was formerly known as Mogescome. Today
Mockham Barton provides an elegant family home with well
proportioned rooms that are full of interesting architectural features. The house currently provides 6 spacious double bedrooms and a 7th single bedroom and has wonderful views over its own gardens, land and traditional buildings which are laid out in a courtyard setting. A particular feature of the farm house is the ability to extend the property into the adjoining traditional stone building. Planning consent has been granted to convert this building into two floors of residential space. In addition there are several other traditional stone buildings surrounding the farm house that may provide further alternative uses subject to the necessary planning consent. Mockham Barton Farmhouse and Gardens The private drive leads to an area of parking beside the
farmhouse where a path opens into the garden and onto the
farmhouse. A Porch with front door leads to an Entrance Hall with main staircase rising to the first floor. A Study with a fireplace and pitch pine floor boards is off to the right . Door to left opens to the Dining Room with flag stone floor, 17th century stone fireplace with herringbone slate back and brick hearth. Door to right opens to the Farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room with views over the courtyard of traditional buildings has an Everhot electric oven, Belfast sink and original Pammet flooring tiles, there is a back door to the cobbled pathway leading up to
parking area and another concealed back door to an internal
rear staircase. Door leads to inner hallway with a flagstone slate
floor, outside door to courtyard and internal door to a well lit
Drawing Room with views over the gardens and farm, Pammet
flooring tiles and a working fire place.

Acreage: 131 Acres


From Junction 27 on the M5 take the A361 North Devon link road for about 22 miles, at the Aller cross roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A399 signposted Combe Martin, Ifracombe. Follow this road for about 6 miles past the turning on the right to the village of Brayford. Mockham Barton is under 1 mile from this turning and is a sharp turning on your left just next to a telegraph pole. The farm is not signposted. It may be safer in some instances to go beyond the turning and turnaround on top of the hill and approach it from the other direction.

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Added on Rightmove:
09 October 2016

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