5 bed property for sale Black Dog, Crediton, Devon EX17
- Morchard Bishop Church of England Primary School2.5 miles
- Witheridge Church of England Primary Academy3 miles
- Morchard Road4.5 miles
- Copplestone4.7 miles
Features and description
- Attractive 5 bed farmhouse with enormous potential
- Wonderful courtyard of traditional farm buildings with development potential (stp)
- Useful range of modern agricultural buildings adaptable for a range of uses (stp)
- Highly productive run of arable land
- Pasture and woodland with an abundance of natural flora and fauna
- Offered as a whole or in 7 lots
- In all approximately 95.19 acres
Tree Farm is privately situated just outside the village of Black Dog, 6.5 miles north of the market town of Crediton. Rich in
history, Crediton contains many local independent retailers and a thriving farmers' market offering an abundance of locally
sourced food and drink together with an extensive range of everyday amenities to include two supermarkets. Crediton is
just seven miles from the Cathedral City of Exeter, offering a full complement of cultural, commercial, educational and
There are excellent primary and secondary schools in Crediton with further options in Exeter and a number of private schools such as Exeter School, Maynard School, Blundells in Tiverton and West Buckland near Barnstaple to name a few.
Communication links are good with access to the M5 and A361 at Tiverton (11 miles east) which also provides a mainline
railway station with daily trains to London (fast train under two hours). International Airports can be found at both Bristol
Tree Farm is a fantastic mixed farm offering endless opportunities. The farm is approached through private gates to a substantial courtyard of traditional stone outbuildings and is centred around a highly attractive 5 bedroom farmhouse. With a further range of modern buildings, the combination of the elements on offer at Tree Farm together with 95 acres of a mix of arable, pasture and woodland result in a farm suited to a wide variety of enterprises. The south facing farmhouse is located at the centre of the holding with unrivalled, far reaching views across the Mid Devon countryside to Dartmoor.
Dating back to the 1870's, the attractive farmhouse is constructed of local stone under a new (2014) slate roof. Whilst the farmhouse is in need of modernization, well apportioned accommodation is provided over two floors incorporating many original and interesting architectural features. A path leads to the front door opening into the entrance hall. Door left to a large, sitting/reception room full of natural light with a south facing window. There is another sitting/reception room off the entrance hall which could also be utilised as a downstairs bedroom if required. Another door off the entrance hall leads through to a spacious dining room with an original fire place which although has not been used for a number of years, could easily be returned as a superb feature of the property. From the dining room are two doors, one leading to a rear utility with a back door (farm entrance) and the other, past a downstairs WC to the kitchen which is fitted with modern units, high level integral cooker and gas hob. To the rear of the kitchen is a useful pantry area.
On the first floor, there are five bedrooms arranged as a master bedroom, three further double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom.
There are well maintained, south facing private gardens to the front of the property which offer profusions of colour throughout the year from the trees, shrubs and bushes. In addition, there are a number of potential areas for outdoor
entertaining and dining to incorporate the superb views.
To the rear of the farmhouse, there is an extensive range of traditional, stone outbuildings forming a large private courtyard. The majority of the buildings are two storey and offer significant potential for alternative uses (subject to planning) having always been used for agriculture, machinery storage and more general storage. Beyond the courtyard, there are a number of modern farm buildings, previously used for the housing of livestock and more recently machinery storage. The buildings range in age and condition but offer further potential to either cater for various farming enterprises or a potential change of use (stp).
Acreage: 95.19 Acres
From Crediton, head north towards Sandford. As you enter Sandford, continue up Rose and Crown hill, bending around to the right, avoiding the square. Continue through Sandford, following signs to Kennerleigh. Continue through the village of Kennerleigh and after just under two miles, you will reach the village of Black Dog. Before you enter the village, Tree Farm is located on your left hand side, identified by a range of traditional stone buildings on the roadside.
From Tiverton, head west on the B3137 up Long Drag Hill towards Withleigh/Witheridge. After approximately 5.7 miles, you fork left off the B3137, signed Black Dog/Puddington. Continue through the village of Puddington following the signs to Black Dog. At the cross roads (Black Dog Inn) turn left towards Crediton and Tree farm is just beyond the village on the right hand side.
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