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Thu 4 January 2018
Featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs in 2016, Otter Farm is a unique opportunity to own a beautiful eco home, cookery school/farm shop with nearly 16 acres of vineyard, orchards and river meadows.
Inspired by the very land on which the two principle buildings are sat, the matching plough-shaped buildings are the culmination of over a decade of evolution from bare meadow to “modern small holding”. The whole property has its roots in sustainable design, from the range of exciting fruit and plants to the unusual shape of the buildings.
The stylish four-bedroom family home is highly insulated and heated by thermodynamic panels, which take advantage of its southerly aspect. The impressive open-plan, part double-height kitchen/dining room is the centre piece to this beautiful home.
The cookery school/farmshop/winery is constructed using cob, one of the earliest sustainable building materials. The soaring vaulted ceilings add a light a spacious feel, whilst the large cellar bellow provides plenty of storage.
Kevin Clarke, manager of Stags in Honiton comments, “There are so many features that make this property exciting, from modern smallholding, to the linked possibilities with the cookery school building, without even mentioning the build being featured on Grand Deisgns.”
For more information including the price, contact Stags Honiton office.