Directions From the Londis Shop in Wembury village, follow the road into Mewstone Avenue, turn left into Hawthorn Drive, then left again into Veasey Park. At the top of Veasey Park follow a short vehicular width track between two residential properties and the entrance to the farm will be immediately apparent.
Situation South Barton Farm is situated on the south-east side of the village of Wembury in the South Hams area of South Devon. The village centre is about 1½ miles away, whilst the centre of the city of Plymouth is some 6 miles distant, the A38 dual carriage Expressway about 8 miles to the north and Dartmoor some 12 miles away. Grid Reference sx 529490.
Description South Barton Farm (42.31 acres) comprises a well equipped smallholding, which in the past has been used mainly for agricultural purposes but also some horse livery. Being located on the edge of an existing residential area, the property offers some long term potential for future residential development, equestrian or other uses (subject to gaining the necessary consents).
Dwelling Constructed of black and white spar rendered cavity blockwork walls, under an interlocking concrete tiled roof, the bungalow is tucked away behind the modern farm buildings and provides the following accommodation:
Entrance lobby Half glazed uPVC front door, pendant ceiling light, tiled floor, fully glazed door to:
Hallway Access to roof space, three radiators, coats cupboard.
Separate cloakroom 2.15m(7'1") x 1.40m(4'7") With low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.
Study 2.00m(6'7") x 1.70m(5'7") Extractor fan, pendant ceiling light. Door to Utility Room.
Kitchen/dining room 5.45m(17'11") x 3.33m(10'11") overall Fitted kitchen to include a range of wall and eye-level units with granite effect worktop, tiled splashback, Belfast-style sink unit, integrated gas 4-ring hob, electric cooker and fridge. Solid fuel Rayburn (domestic hot water and central heating). Dual aspect. Tiled floor.
Utility room 2.15m(7'1") x 1.72m(5'8") Built-in eye-level cupboards with plumbing for washing machine, wash basin. Tiled floor.
Boot room 2.80m(9'2") x 1.75m(5'9") Gas fired Combination boiler, tiled floor.
Family bathroom 3.10m(10'2") max x 1.75m(5'9") Comprising panelled bath, pedestal washbasin, low level WC, extractor fan, window and tiled floor.
Bedroom 3 3.10m(10'2") x 3.00m(9'10") Radiator, television socket, window overlooking front garden.
Bedroom 2 3.25m(10'8") x 3.00m(9'10") Radiator, window overlooking front garden.
Master bedroom 3.25m(10'8") x 3.00m(9'10") Radiator, window overlooking rear garden.
En-suite shower room Comprising corner shower unit with glazed screen, pedestal washbasin, low level WC, extractor fan and radiator.
Living room 5.75m(18'10") x 3.68m(12'1") Patio doors to rear garden, feature stone fireplace with gas fired coal effect fire and stone hearth. Television socket, triple aspect, two radiators, television plinth and shelf, ceiling mounted fan.
integral garage Up-and-over door, power and light. Inter-connecting door to Boot Room.
Front, rear and side Garden areas mainly laid to lawn, part patio and flower and shrub borders. Timber frame and clad Garden Shed.
Modern farm buildings Situated to the north and west of the bungalow is an extensive range of modern farm buildings constructed principally of steel and timber frame under fibre cement roofs with plastic coated corrugated steel cladding. The buildings can be summarised as follows:
1. General Purpose Modern Farm Building (100' x 30' - 3,000 sq ft)
2. Livestock Building (60' x 30' - 1,800 sq ft)
3. Lean-to Pole Barn (36' x 18' - 648 sq ft)
4. Livestock Building and Grain Store (100' x 30' - 3,000 sq ft)
5. Livestock Building (100' x 40' - 4,000 sq ft)
6. Livestock Building (80' x 40' - 3,200 sq ft)
7. Remains of Livestock Building and Lean-to (85' x 50' - 4,250 sq ft)
total: 19,898 sq ft (1,849.26 sq m)
silage clamp Concrete floor, steel and timber frame walling.
Stable block Adapted from former general purpose farm buildings, the current owner has created twenty one 12' x 12' stable boxes and seven pony boxes.
The lands Extending to a total of some 41.31 acres (16.72 hectares) and as approximately highlighted in red on the attached plan, the land stretches from the farmstead down to the coast, with the fields against the coast having magnificent sea views.
Graded 3 and 4 on the Ministry of Land Classification map, this land has a combination of gentle, moderate, but in the most part gently undulating west, east and south facing aspects.
There is a mains water supply connected to all of the enclosures (see "wt" on field plan) and a compacted hardcore track from the farmstead gives all year round access to most of the fields as required.
A public footpath runs parallel to the north-eastern boundary of field numbers 5680 and 4063, as can be seen by means of a dotted line on the attached plan.
Schedule of land sx .027.46
Buildings & YardEst. 0.40 1.00
sporting rights All sporting rights are in hand and included in the sale.
Tenure and possession The property is offered Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Reservations The vendor reserves the right to hold live and dead stock sales in any part or parts of the property prior to completion.
In the event of disease restrictions preventing sale or removal of livestock, the vendor reserves the right to hold a sale of livestock or deadstock as soon as possible after completion, together with the right to house feed and care for such stock until such a sale.
Every care will be taken to avoid damage incurred in these sales, but the purchaser shall have no right of claim in respect of any damage done.
Local authority South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5NE. Tel:
services Mains water to dwelling, all farm buildings and land (see "The Lands), electric and gas. Private septic tank drainage.
Rights and easements The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves, masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipe whether referred to in the particulars or not.
Fixtures and fittings Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures and fittings belonging to the vendor in the description and the property is sold subject to the vendor's right to remove or payment for as the case may be in such fixtures and fittings, etc except those specifically mentioned in these particulars which are included in the sale.
Town and country planning The bungalow has been built subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction, further details of which are available from the agents.
Ingoing valuation The Purchaser will take at valuation as specified below and pay for the following in addition to the purchase money.
1. All remaining hay and straw at completion at market value.
2. All silage on basis of Numbered Publications 154 of the caav as amended.
3. All beneficial cultivations, seed sown, fertilisers, limings and sprays applied together with all acts of husbandry on the land at cost where no crop or grazings have been taken in the last years, in accordance with the current costing schedule of the caav together with any enhancement value.
4. All consumable and other stores including feeding stuffs, fertiliser, fuel etc at cost price.
5. Grass leys as scheduled in the Lots at face value.
6. All other matters as assessed in accordance with the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 and the Agriculture (Calculation of Value of Compensation) Regulations 1978 to 1983 as amended.
7.The terms of valuation to be in accordance with those laid down by the caav.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.4%||£223,634||3.3||1.4|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£110,627 (11)||£185,025 (65)||£240,472 (168)||£324,395 (107)||£474,758 (42)|
|Flats||£107,644 (17)||£101,527 (31)||£135,000 (1)||£160,000 (1)||-|
|All||£108,816 (28)||£158,062 (96)||£239,848 (169)||£322,872 (108)||£474,758 (42)|