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Thu 31 May 2018
Dream of keeping a few chickens or growing your own veg? Look no further than these West Country homes with small plots of land for sale with Stags.
This detached character farmhouse and L-shaped barn boasts a low stone walled garden. This is currently laid to lawn with a selection of productive apple trees, perfect for making your own juice, crumbles or cider.
Currently used as a smallholding, this traditional Victorian family home sits in four acres of land. Laid out in various sections to include semi-formal gardens, a wildlife garden and paddock, the grounds also include a wooden studio, a range of agricultural buildings and solar power units.
Located in a tranquil position above the Exe Valley, this beautifully presented chalet bungalow is surrounded by five acres of mature gardens and grounds. South-facing well-stocked borders sit to the front of the house, while a pretty stone summerhouse overlooks the pond and orchard beyond.
This delightful former corn mill is surrounded by rolling farmland and picturesque woodland. Together with its reverse-level accommodation complete with vaulted ceilings, exposed A-frame beams and a balcony, the property includes landscaped gardens with lawn areas, sleeper beds, a copse and a stream-bordered paddock.
Grade II Listed, this Somerset farmhouse is brimming with character through inglenook fireplaces and exposed oak beams. Outside, there are pretty cottage gardens, lawn areas, a paddock and two additional fields extending to seven and a half acres.
For sale with no onward chain, this Grade II Listed handsome house offers an adjoining paddock, orchard and useful outbuilding.
Located within the Dartmoor National Park, this detached property is bordered by the River Taw. Once part of the Wood Estate, Tawside House is surrounded by 0.8 acres of secluded gardens and woodland.