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Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot
Guide price £975,000 | 121.0 acres

Property features

• 121.32 Acres (49.07 Hectares)
• As a Whole or in 2 Lots
• Productive Arable and Grass Land
• Range of Agricultural Buildings
• Private Water Supply
• Attractive Oak Woodland
• LOT 1: 112.90 Acres - Guide £890,000
• LOT 2: 8.42 Acres - Guide £85,000

SITUATION
The land and buildings are situated to the North of Bovey Tracey close to the A382 which links to the A38 (Drumbridges roundabout) at Heathfield.

The A382 links Moretonhampstead to the North and the A38 to the South, which links Exeter East and Plymouth West.

Local villages and town centres boast various shops and amenities to support the busy rural community including Mole Valley Farmers and CR Willcocks agricultural machinery engineers on Heathfield Industrial Estate.

INTRODUCTION
The land as a whole comprises productive arable land, grassland and mature broadleaf woodland with a farm yard with modern farm buildings and yard area.

LOT 1 - 112.90 Acres (45.66 Ha) with Buildings
The Land
The arable land extends to about 66.37 acres and is predominately level or gently sloping. The grassland amounts to about 18.07 acres and is gently sloping. The fields are of a good size divided by banks and stock fencing.

Abutting the land to the South-west is an attractive parcel of about 23.9 acres mature woodland. The Woodland offers sporting and conservation appeal. Standing amongst the dominant oak trees are some impressive rock intrusions which jut out of the landscape, known as Bullaton Rock.

Farm Buildings
Two modern agricultural buildings and areas of hardstanding.

Devon Contractors Agricultural Building (28m x 18m)
An agricultural building with concrete, steel and timber frame under a corrugated roof with concrete block and timber clad elevation. The building is separated into 3 bays by concrete panel walls.

Lean-to (6m x 18m)
A covered area is enclosed by livestock barriers.

Open fronted Livestock Building (24m x 12m)
Steel frame construction with a corrugated roof and timber panel elevations. To the open front of the building are fixed feed barriers.

LOT 2 - 8.42 Acres (3.41 Ha)
A single arable field with road access situated to the East of Lot 1.

ACCESS
Both Lots have direct access to public highways

SERVICES
Lot 1 - The land is served by a private spring water supply.

Lot 2 - No water connected

There is no mains electricity connected to the property but a right exists to connect into a nearby mains.

METHOD OF SALE & LOTTING
The property will be offered for sale by private treaty and is available as a whole or in two lots

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The land is held freehold and is available with vacant possession on completion.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The entitlements will be made available. The current year's payment is reserved from the sale. The purchaser will take over the vendor's cross compliance responsibilities.

DESIGNATIONS
The property is located within Dartmoor National Park

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Dartmoor National Park Authority
Website:www.dartmoor.gov.uk

SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS
The sporting and mineral rights insofar as they are owned are included with the freehold.

WAYLEAVES & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreement and any public or private rights of way that may affect it.

Public Right of Way - There is a public right of way which follows the Southern boundary of the woodland in Lot 1.

PLANS & BOUNDARY FENCES
A plan which is not to scale, is included with these sale particulars for identification purposes only. The vendor shall not be called upon to define the ownership of boundary fences.

VIEWING
Please contact Stags Farm Agency on 01392 680059.

DIRECTIONS
From Drumbridges roundabout, follow signs for Bovey Tracey. Pass the Texaco fuel station on the left and go straight over the roundabout. At the next roundabout go straight on towards Moretonhampstead and after about 2 miles at Slade Cross turn right. Follow the lane uphill and take the next left turn after about 1 mile. Follow the lane for another ½ mile, and the entrance to the land is on the left hand side.

WARNING
Farms and land can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of farm buildings and livestock.

DISCLAIMER
These particulars are a guide only and are not to be relied upon for any purpose.
 

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