- Grade II listed farmhouse and annexe standing in a total of 5.9 acres (2.69 hectares)
- Grade II listed 16/17th Century large stone barn and further range of stone barns (not listed) and modern agricultural buildings
- Further modern agricultural building and land available in two separate lots
- Potential for conversion (subject to planning)
- Guide Price: £750,000
The farmhouse (including the annexe) and 16/17th Century large stone barn are both individually and separately listed (the other stone barns are not listed), all of which form a central group and are surrounded by a number of modern agricultural buildings and structures.
Believed to be constructed of rendered solid stone walls, under a slate roof, the farmhouse extends to a total of approximately 245 square metres (2,642 square feet) and comprises of an entrance porch, kitchen, sitting room, hallway, conservatory, dining room, drawing room and study on the ground floor and a landing, 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, dressing room and separate W.C. facilities on the first floor. Outside there is an entrance drive, car port and store building on the east side of the farmhouse, with garden area on the north and west sides, yard area, some small outbuildings, stone barns and modern farm buildings on the south side.
Attached to the western elevation of the farmhouse is an annexe which extends to approximately 45 sq m (484 sq ft) and comprises an open plan kitchen / dining / living room, bedroom and bathroom.
SERVICES - Mains water, electricity and private septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX - The farmhouse is in Council Tax Band C. The amount payable for 2017/18 - £1,592.19.
The annexe is in Council Tax Band A. The amount payable for 2017/18 - £1,194.14.
TRADITIONAL STONE BARNS (approximte internal floor areas shown below)
Offering significant potential for change of use, subject to obtaining planning consent.
For reference purposes, the numbering of the barns (and modern farm buildings) below, correspond to the anotated site plan :-
1. Large Barn Grade 2 listed, extending to 300.44 square metres (3,232 square feet) over two floors, excluding modern lean-to on the south elevation, but including the roundhouse section.
2. Small Barn Not listed and extending to 151.20 square metres (1,626 square feet), over two floors.
Modern Lean-to off south elevation 173 square metres (1,860 square feet)
3. The Parlour Not listed, a single storey building extending to 63.45 square metres (682 square feet)
A total therefore for the stone barns of approximately 5,530 square feet (514 square metres), over two floors, where appropriate.
MODERN FARM BUILDINGS (approximate gross external floor areas shown)
Constructed of a combination of steel, concrete and timber frame with concrete block or timber walls, with corrugated iron or plastic coated corrugated steel side cladding under corrugated iron or fibre cement roofs, the buildings (by reference to the annotated site plan) extend to a total of 28,783 square feet and can be summarised as follows:-
4. Cubicle Building 23.80m x 18.30m = 435.54 square metres (4,686 square feet)
5. Covered Yard 32.10m x 21.25m (including lean-to) = 682.12 square metres (7,339 square feet)
6. Livestock Building 30.75m x 22.90m = 704 square metres (7,576 square feet)
7. Calf Rearing Shed 19.00m x 10.65m = 202 square metres (2,177 square feet)
8. Cubicle Building 16.25m x 19.95m = 324 square metres (3,488 square feet)
9. Silage Clamp 25.00m x 40.00m = 1,000 square metres (10,760 square feet)
Note: the area for the silage clamp is not included in the overall area of 28,783 square feet for the modern farm buildings.
There is also an above ground circular slurry storage tank, which is will be removed by the seller prior to legal completion.
SERVICES - Mains water and electric (single phase) are connected to some of these buildings, albeit this might need to be upgraded, depending on the proposed use.
PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY There are no public rights of way across any of the lots.
SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS All sporting and mineral rights are included in the sale, as far as are known.
TECHNICAL PACK A technical pack, containing further information relating to the property is available on request from the joint sole agents.
METHOD OF SALE - The property is being offered for sale by private treaty
Tenders must be submitted to 62 Fore Street, Kingsbridge or Stratton Creber, Farrer Court, 75 North Hill, Plymouth, please in an envelope clearly marked 'Strashleigh Farmhouse and Buildings, Ivybridge'. Tender forms are available on request from the agents.
The seller does not undertake to accept the highest or any of the offers and the seller reserves the right to withdraw, alter or amend the way in which the land is offered for sale.
Buyer(s) will be required to exchange contracts within four weeks of their solicitor having received a draft contract.
LEGAL COMPLETION - Vacant possession and legal completion will take place as soon as possible.
TENURE - Freehold, with vacant possession available on legal completion.
VIEWINGS - Strictly by appointment with the Joint Sole Selling Agents, Luscombe Maye of 62 Fore Street, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1PP, telephone: 01548 857474 - Stuart Hext and Stratton Creber, Farrer Court, 75 North Hill, Plymouth, PL4 8HB, telephone: 01752 670700 - Robin Falle