Highly attractive and well equipped farm offering a high degree of privacy. In all about 214 acres.
Week House farm is situated in a south facing position centred around its own land between Dartmoor and Exmoor in the heart of West Devon. The farm lies just outside of the village of Winkleigh which provides a good range of day to day amenities and boasts a vibrant village community. The historic farming village has a wealth of clubs and organisations as well as a doctors surgery, post office and two popular pubs. The market town of Crediton is just 16 miles east and offers a wider range of amenities including supermarkets, a leisure centre and a monthly farmers market.
There is a good range of schooling in the area with a local primary school in Winkleigh, secondary schools in Chulmleigh and Okehampton. Private education is available at Shebbear College, West Buckland school and a further range in Exeter.
The farm is situated in a convenient location with good road links to the A30 dual carriageway which joins the M5 at Exeter. International airports are found at both Exeter and Bristol and Exeter also provides a mainline railway service with daily trains to London.
Approached from a long private drive, Week House Farm is an immaculately presented, attractive diverse farm which last came to the market some 60 years ago. The main residence sits within the farmstead and is positioned in the centre of its own ring fence of land with fantastic southerly views across the farm. The non-listed farmhouse dates back to 1866 and is constructed of natural stone with a slate roof. The property has been renovated over recent years to create what today, is a wonderful, spacious, five bedroom family home.
Previously, the farm has operated as a mixed arable and livestock holding however now runs as a commercial sheep enterprise. The farm lends itself to various different farming systems with an excellent set of set of modern farm buildings, all in fantastic condition. The buildings stem from a concrete yard area and the land is easily accessed via a hard core track which runs through the centre of the farm.
The farm is well equipped for equestrian purposes as there is a useful range of stabling with potential to create significantly more (stp).
The land extends to approximately 214.66 acres and the majority comprises level pasture with areas of steeper ground and useful blocks of woodland high in amenity value. The land is complete with high quality stock proof fencing and water is connected to most fields. The land is accessed via a council road on the eastern boundary and there is a hard core track running through the centre of the farm which proves important when moving stock across the farm and for access. The land is classified as grade 3 according to the agricultural land classification maps and although been laid to grass for 5 years, is very capable of growing a wide variety of crops and has done in the past.
Acreage: 214.66 Acres
From Whiddon Down services off the A30, take a right towards Winkleigh/Torrington on the A3124 and continue for approximately 5.5 miles. At the cross road, turn left onto A3072 and take the first right, staying on the A3072 towards Winkleigh/Torrington. After a mile, turn right onto the A3124 shortly followed by a left turn signposted Winkleigh/Torrington and continue on the A3124 for approximately 4.6 miles. At the junction, turn left and stay on the A3124 for approximately 1 mile and turn right signposted Hollocombe. Take the second left, signposted Hollocombe, continue for a mile and turn left which will lead to the farm