LOT 1: THE STABLE BLOCK 20.21 ACRES
At the heart of Grange Farm is the former stable block to The Grange which has been converted and takes full advantage of its peaceful wooded setting. The Stable Block has some excellent receptions along with 4 bedrooms and works brilliantly as a family home. There is significant potential, subject to planning, to convert the existing stable and loft
space above into further accommodation.
There is a stream that runs through the garden along with large expanses of lawn, beautiful mature specimen trees an a protective block of mixed woodland behind the house to the north.
LOT 2: THE FARM BUILDINGS 5.11 ACRES
A short walk from The Stable Block are a range of modern and traditional farm buildings that are largely redundant but offer an excellent footprint and subject to the necessary planning consents have huge scope for a number of uses from residential to industrial
to equestrian use amongst others.
LOT 3: GRANGE FARM 427.64 ACRES
Grange Farm is a diverse, fertile and productive farm with excellent soil capable of growing roots vegetables. The land is well laid out with large parcel areas and much of the farm accessed by a series of internal tracks or directly from the main roads. There are approximately 388 acres of arable land interspersed with woods, copses and pasture land. The woodland extends to approximately 15 acres with the pasture a further 22.74 acres.
The land is currently farmed under a Farm Business Tenancy to a local farm and runs until
after harvest 2021.
The land would lend itself perfectly to a small family shoot.
Grange Farm sits in an accessible location just on the edge of the Blackdown Hills Area
of Outstanding Natural Beauty and less than a mile west of the historic and picturesque
conservation village of Broadhembury. The village of Broadhembury has many thatched
cottages grouped around the ancient Drewe Arms Public House and old Parish Church,
along with primary school and village Post Office and Stores.
The property is well located with good access to Honiton and Cullompton which offer a wide range of facilities for day to day needs. Whilst the larger Cathedral City of Exeter is an easy commute and offers a wide range of cultural and educational facilities.
Whilst the farm has a wonderful setting in the depths of this lovely hilly Devon countryside,
communications are excellent. Taunton is 19 miles to the north offering fast train access to
London Paddington (taking about 1 hour 40 minutes) and Honiton is about 5 miles to the
south east with trains to London Waterloo. The M5 (Junction 28