An attractive farm, full of opportunity in an unspoilt location
Dairy House Farm is located in totally unspoilt countryside, just north of Chilton Trinity, a charming village within the Sedgemoor District which is just two miles north of the historic market town of Bridgwater, positioned on the edge of the Somerset Levels. Bridgwater offers a whole host of amenities, including a wealth of retail facilities, leisure centres, independent pubs and restaurants, doctors surgery and much more. The Cathedral City of Exeter can be found 40 miles south and Taunton just 14 miles south.
Mainline railway stations can be found at Castle Cary and Taunton and Exeter and Bristol both provide International airports. There are a wide range of educational options in the area; private options to include Millfield, Taunton School, Kings and Queens. There are primary options in Bridgwater as well as Bridgwater and West Somerset College.
Dairy House Farm offers the market an opportunity to acquire a charming farm, full of opportunity, centred around a three bedroom, non-listed farmhouse, with scope to extend to the adjoining outbuilding to the west (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents). The farm has an interesting blend of assets which could be suited to a variety of enterprises. The farm itself has been operating as a stock farm, predominantly beef and sheep, having previously been run as a dairy holding. The land extends to approximately 97 acres and comprises three blocks of productive agricultural land.
LOT 1 DAIRY HOUSE FARMHOUSE, RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS, PRODUCTIVE FARMLAND EXTENDING TO 42.34 ACRES
The farmhouse is south facing and offers spacious, well apportioned accommodation. Approached from a gated pathway, theaccommodation on the ground floor includes a conservatory, entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining room and store rooms with access to the traditional buildings which offer conversion potential (subject to planning). On the first floor, the accommodation comprises three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The farm is well equipped with a good range of modern and traditional farm buildings, suitable to cater for a variety of farming enterprises. Many of the traditional outbuildings offer considerable scope for alternative uses (subject to planning). The farmstead is surrounded by 42 acres of agricultural land, currently down to pasture.
Lot 2 comprises a productive block of agricultural land extending to approximately 25 acres. The grade 3 land is in good heart and has recently been used for the grazing of livestock, predominantly cattle. There is a redundant stone farm building in need of repair located on the western side of the lot.
A singular field extending to approx. 29.90 acres of productive agricultural land classified as Grade 3. The land is currently down to grass but capable of growing a variety of cereal crops. There is one vehicular access point on the south eastern boundary accessed via a right of way. The land borders the River Parrett to the north.
Acreage: 29.9 Acres
From Bridgwater, head north to Chilton Trinity via Chilton Road. Continue through the village and take the next right turn signed ‘Straight Drove’. Note, you will see a dead end sign but continue on Straight Drove, passing ‘Trinity Waters Fishery’ on the right. Continue for half a mile and turn left at the T junction. Dairy House Farm will be the first farm on the right hand side. Postcode TA5 2BQ which will direct you beyond Dairy House Farm. What 3 words, monday.ounce.logo