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Tue 25 October 2016
Stags Farm Agency has brought 114 acres of land on the edge of Cullompton, Mid Devon, presently being the main part of Padbrook Park Golf Course, to market. The main driver for the sale is the owner’s decision to refocus investment on the hotel and leisure side of this well-known facility.
The land available includes ‘Old Padbrook’, the original section of the golf course, and the more recent addition to the west, which prior to its use as a golf course was a productive area of arable or pasture land, with part classified as Grade II according to the Agricultural Land Classification maps.
The land at Padbrook Park is offered for sale either as a hole, in one or in two lots, both lots with frontage on to the road between Bradninch and Cullompton. As you would expect, the land has been well managed, and would suit reversion to agricultural use or the creation of a nature reserve, with large areas of open green grass land interspersed with wedges of woodland, a natural home to birdies and the odd albatross and eagle, as well as a stream flowing through and a small lake.
From the land there are lovely views, and on a clear day you can see a fair way over the Culm Valley and towards the Blackdown Hills. For access, Junction 28 of the M5 motorway is on the opposite side of Cullompton and the B3181 to Exeter is nearby.
Andrew Dodds, who is handling the sale at Stags, commented: ‘We’re not going to pin our hopes on one particular type of purchaser, as the land could appeal to those looking to putt the land back to agricultural use or investors looking to set up a different leisure activity there.’
The guide price for the whole 114 acres is £935,000 or nearest the pin (a chip on the price would be considered below par).
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