Two pasture paddocks of 4.6 Ac level or gently sloping agricultural pastureland, south and west facing and within easy distance of south molton. With A piped water supply and quiet lane access the land is considered ideal for equestrian use.
Two pasture enclosures of 4.6 Ac level or gently sloping agricultural pastureland being south and west facing and within easy distance of south molton. With A piped water supply and quiet lane access the land is considered ideal for equestrian use.
A 4.6 acre block of land made up of two enclosures, surrounded by Devon Banks with a quiet lane running along the Northern and Western boundaries. This enclosure is considered to be ideal for equestrian use being within easy walking/driving distance of Bratton Fleming village.
The two pasture paddocks are situated just off a quiet country lane linking Bratton Fleming with the hamlet of Knightacott which is 1.5 miles North of Bratton Fleming village on the very South Western edge of the Exmoor National Park.
The vendors have registered and activated the Basic Payment Scheme. The registration of this will be handed over to the new owner upon completion following the preparation of the relevant transfer documents.
Letting Agricultural Land
Nancekivell & Co have been letting land in North Devon for over 25 years. If you are interested in purchasing this land and re-letting it out to produce an income, please contact Peter Nancekivell on .
Piped water is available in the enclosure.
Easements, Wayleaves & Rights Of Way
The property is offered for sale subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the property and the registered title together with public rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way which cross the property.
Maps & Plans
A plan which is not to scale is included in these details for identification purposes only.
The property is freehold and will be offered for sale with vacant possession.
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Strictly and only by prior appointment through the Vendors sole Agents, Nancekivell & Co on or out of hours Peter Nancekivell on . Prior to making an appointment to view we strongly recommend that you discuss any particular points which are likely to affect your interest in the property with a member of staff who has seen the property in order that you do not make a wasted journey.
From South Molton take the A399 signed to Ilfracombe and continue along this road passing the village Brayford. Drive up to the turning for Bratton Fleming and carry on along the A399, passing 'Four Cross Way', to the top of the hill where a telecomunications tower can be seen. Turn left at the signpost for Knightacott, drive down this road to where the road forks to the right. Take this right fork and follow the road round to where the land will be found on the left had side.
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