Farm land for sale

Stoke Rivers, Barnstaple, North Devon, EX32 7LD

Guide Price £945,000
55 ac.

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 55 acres (22.3 hectares)

Key features

  • 5 bedroom farmhouse
  • Good range of farm buildings
  • 55 acres of pasture land
  • Community primary school 4 miles away
  • Village shop, post office and sports/social clubs
  • Lies on the edge of the village of Stoke Rivers
  • 6 stable barn style stables at present
  • The North Devon link road, A361, offers good connections to the M5 at junction 27 and the motorway network beyond
  • Exmoor National Park within reach by car
  • Spectacular views over the farm land and surrounding countryside.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The property is situated on the edge of the village of Stoke Rivers. The holding comprises a modern 5 bedroom farmhouse with a range of modern farm buildings and stables and some 55 acres of pasture land. There are wonderful views over the surrounding countryside and towards Exmoor from the property

Barn Lane Farm lies on the edge of the village of Stoke Rivers, some 6 miles east of Barnstaple. Bratton Fleming, approximately 4 miles to the north is a large village with a community primary school, village shop, visiting post office and sports/social club.

Barnstaple is the main town in North Devon and the administrative centre of North Devon District Council. There is an extensive range of independent shops and national retailers, banks and leisure facilities, including leisure centre, cinema and theatre. The North Devon District Hospital is based on the edge of the town.

The North Devon link road, A361, offers good connections to the M5 at junction 27 and the motorway network beyond. There are national main line rail links to Barnstaple from Exeter St Davids and to London from Tiverton Parkway.

The damatic North Devon coast offers many leisure opportunities with the resorts of Croyde, Saunton, Woolacombe. 12, 14 and 15 miles distance respectively. Exmoor National Park with its dramatic scenery is within easy reach by car and offers opportunities for walking and cycling and is a renowned centre for riding and rural pursuits.

Although Barn lane Farm is situated on the edge of the village. it occupies a very private position with views over its own land and beyond. The house has rendered and colour washed elevations under a tiled root with the benefit of UPVC windows and doors.

The accommodation comprises on the ground floor. Entrance hall Sitting room with dual aspect enjoying the spectacular views over the farm land and surrounding countryside. Stone fire place with wood burner. Stairs to first floor. Office with storage cupboard.

Dining room with views over the farmstead Kitchen A range of fitted base and wall units, space and plumbing for dish washer, with a breakfast bar with views over the garden, with an oil fired heritage stove. Boot room with a back entrance door, with built in cupboard. plumbing for washing machine.

Cloak room. WC and wash hand basin. First floored gallery landing with separate airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted shelves.
Bedroom 1 - wash hand basin, fitted wardrobe and views towards Exmoor Bedroom
2 -Bedroom
3 -Bathroom - WC, pedestal, wash hand basin, panelled bath. mixer shower attachment with tiled surround.

Bedroom 4 - views over garden Bedroom 5 - with was hand basin. views over farmland Adjoining the side of the property is a garage with UPVC patio doors Outside

The property is accessed from a tarmac drive to the rear of the property with well presented lawned gardens surrounding the property with a chicken shed and run, raised vegetable beds. apple trees and flower borders.

Farm Buildings
The farm buildings are located to the south of the dwelling and benefit from their own access. There is a concrete yard space in front of the stable block, which in turn leads to the further farm buildings. They comprise: Stable block of concrete block construction with a fibre cement roof comprising a feed store to one end, three stables and a tack room on the other end with a further store.

Dutch barn with concrete frame and galvanised cladding with a lean-to timber frame with fibre cement roof containing 6 stable barn style stables at present General purpose building - a 5 bay steel modern framed building, timber dung walling with timber cladding above comprising an internal feed passage (80' x 45') with a lean to (100' x 30') Stock building - 5 bay timber framed open fronted building with galvanise cladding and roof (75' x 25')

The land comprises a number of enclosures, with access from the track that runs to the north of the holding. Productive pasture land surrounded by woodland running to the North East extending to some 55 acres in total.

Rights of way
There is a public bridle path crossing field 5828 There is also a right of access through field parcel 5001 for access to Parsonage Wood. Further details available from the agents.

There is mains water, a bore hole supply, mains electricity and private drainage.

Local Authority
Local Authority North Devon District Council, Civic Centre, North Walk, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 lEA.

Council Tax
The council tax is Brand E.

Basic Payment Scheme
The BPS has been claimed on the land. The BPS entitlements are included in the sale price and will be transferred to the purchaser on completion. The cost of transferring the entitlements will be covered by the buyer.

Uplift Clause
In the event that a buyer or their successors in title obtain planning permission for a residential unit or units within the farmstead, the previous vendors. which will include their successors in title will receive 50% of the increased value of the said area when the planning consent is granted. The clause will run for 8 years. Further details are available from the agents.

Fixtures and Fittings
Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sales. All others such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiations.

From junction 27 of the MS, proceed west on the A361 towards Barnstaple, proceed along the A361 until reaching Alter Cross round about. Take the 3rd exit onto the A399 signposted Blackmore Gate. Continue along the A399 through Brayford, and 2 miles out of the village turn left, sign posted Stoke Rivers.

After a further 2 miles you will enter the village of Stoke Rivers, turn right just after the red telephone box and post box. Follow the road past the church and proceed to the end of the road where you will find Barn Lane Farm.

Strictly by appointment with Bateman Hosegood Ltd. Prior to making an appointment to view, we strongly recommend you discuss any particular points which are likely to affect your interest in the property with a member of staff who has seen the property in order that you do not make a wasted journey.

Energy Performance Certificate
The Property has been assessed with an energy efficient rating if C (75) and a potential energy efficiency rating of B (90).

Solar Panels
Solar Panels Solar panels were installed on the roof of the farmhouse in November 2011. The Feed-in Tariff has been guaranteed for 25 years from that date. Further details are available from the agents.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
31 January 2019

Nearest station

  • Barnstaple (5.2 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Barnstaple (5.2 mi)
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