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Stags launches historic Medieval Hall house to the market

Stags launches historic Medieval Hall house to the market

Stags has recently brought a very historic property to the market which requires complete restoration and is positioned close to Dulverton and Exmoor National Park, yet relatively accessible by the A361 and M5.

Bunksland Farm, also known as Bungsland, extends to approximately 57.65 acres and occupies a fine setting with the River Yeo flowing through the farm and including part of the former Taunton to South Molton railway line.

The house is an exciting restoration project of a Grade II* Listed Medieval hall house which dates from the late 14th century and is featured in Pevsner’s Buildings of England book and a recent article by the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings (SPAB).

The current owners have worked alongside Historic England and SPAB to obtain Listed Building consent for major repair work to the farmhouse and attached linhay barn. Having been unoccupied since approximately 2009, Bunksland Farm is ready for the future custodians to agree the next stage of works and restore the charming house to become a home once again.

There are two more modern buildings which are positioned within the farmstead and provide very useful storage space. The land includes a wonderful mixture of pasture fields, meadows adjoining the River Yeo and culm grass land and woodland, including Bunksland Copse.

The location is very tranquil and there are no public rights of way passing through the farm.

For further information please contact Andrew Dodds on 01769 572263.