38 acres (stms)
A Parcel Of Former Forestry Commission Land
Located on the beautiful Hartland Peninsula, and only 3.5 miles from the spectacular coastline at Welcome Mouth Beach, this interesting and peaceful parcel of land is situated to the East of Meddon village just off the A39 and is equidistant between Hartland and Bradworthy both of which offer good village amenities. Bude is within easy reach to the south and Barnstaple and Bideford are within 25 and 40 minutes travelling distance respectively with the M5 (junction 27) 61 miles distant. Brimford Farm comprises a gently sloping, roughly triangular parcel of land, with frontage to the upper reaches of the River Torridge along the western boundary and a frontage of approximately 650 yards to the road between Meddon and Northmoor. The land which formerly belonged to the Forestry Commission, is considered suitable for agricultural or forestry purposes or possibly some form of leisure use, subject to the necessary consent being obtained. The site has the benefit of having planning permission to erect a barn and to install a septic tank. The land can be viewed at any reasonable time, ideally agreed with the agent in advance.