- Grade II Listed stylishly renovated farmhouse
- Attractive traditional stone barn with scope for a myriad of uses (stp)
- Modern farm buildings
- Productive pasture land
- Stabling and fantastic outriding with direct access to the moor
- Available as a whole or in 2 lots
- In all about 143 acres
- EPC Exempt
An authentic Exmoor farm adjoining open moorland with a stylishly renovated farmhouse at its centre and unrivalled views.
Fellingscott Farm sits in a spectacular position within the northern part of Exmoor National Park which comprises just under 700 km² of moorland, woodland, coast and rivers and is an area which offers natural beauty in its highest order. The park is full of wildlife, deep valleys and is dotted with medieval towns and villages.
The village of Lynton is about five miles away and has a good range of local shops, a museum, primary school, town hall, as well as restaurants and cafes. 600 feet below Lynton is the small harbor of Lynmouth and the two villages are linked by a famous and ingenious cliff railway, hence the village became known by the Victorians as Little Switzerland.
The towns of Barnstaple and Minehead both lie about 16 miles away and have a much wider range of facilities. There are excellent private schools at Tiverton, Taunton and West Buckland and mainline train stations at Taunton and Tiverton Parkway with regular connections to London and the Midlands.
Heaven on earth for horse lovers, Fellingscott Farm is perfectly placed with direct access to open moor providing unsurpassed outriding. Exmoor is also renowned for being home to some of the finest shoots and fishing in the country.
There are exceptional sandy beaches on the North Devon Coast including Saunton, Putsborough and Croyde, which are all renowned for surfing. Saunton is also home to the well known links golf course.
Approached from a long private drive the immaculate residential farm is centred around a wonderfully presented Grade II Listed 4 bedroom (4 en-suite) farmhouse which sits in the centre of its own land with fantastic views over completely unspoilt countryside. The farmhouse has been extensively renovated over the years to create what now is a spacious and extremely well appointed family home which has been very stylishly finished. The farmhouse is surrounded by well-established fabulous gardens which provide profusions of colour throughout the year together with a bluebell wood situated to the south of the farmhouse. Across the yard a two storey traditional stone barn is now utilised as utility and domestic storage on the ground floor and the first floor provides a flexible space which lends itself to a myriad of uses (subject to the necessary planning consents). The farm itself currently operates in a traditional upland manner and is run as beef unit however offers flexibility and could suit a variety of farming or equestrian enterprises and has direct access to open moorland providing wonderful outriding. The land is also high in amenity, wildlife and sporting appeal.
The modern farm buildings are separately accessed off the main drive by a concrete road leading to a large concreted yard serving a steel framed clear-span general purpose building with sheeted roof, timber dung walling and Yorkshire board cladding (32m x 15m), fitted internally with seven high quality American style barn stables and a separate tack room. There is a further clear-span steel framed cattle building with sheeted roof, timber dung walling and Yorkshire board cladding (18.5m x 15m). There is also a timber open fronted machinery store (11.5m x 4.2m) located off the main drive and a horse walker situated to the south east of the farm buildings.
The land all lies within a ring fence and extends to approximately 144 acres of productive level and rolling pasture divided into sheltered enclosures by wonderful traditional stone hedgebanks with small pockets of woodland providing amenity and sporting appeal. The land is in good heart and the soils are well drained, loamy and silty suited to stock rearing. The current farming system is based around a pedigree suckler herd of 'Ruby Red Devon' cattle however the land is also well suited to other livestock enterprises, equestrian use or simply to own for amenity purposes.
Acreage: 143.46 Acres
From South Molton, head north on North Road and take the first exit at the roundabout onto the B3226 signposted Barnstaple/ Taunton. After approximately 1 mile cross the roundabout signposted Combe Martin / Ilfracombe and join the A399. Take a right after approximately 1.3 miles signposted Simonsbath and follow the road for 5 miles. Continue onto Kinsford Hill for roughly 3 miles, pass through Simonsbath and take a left onto the B3223. Follow the road and after approximately 5.7 miles take a right onto Scobhill Road. Pass Brendon Manor Riding Stables and take a right signposted Cranscombe onto Gratton Lane. Continue onto Tippacott Lane, which will lead onto Easter Lane, and the steel gate to Fellingscott Farm will be on the left.
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