Gupworthy Farm - Lot 2, Wheddon Cross, Minehead, Somerset, TA24 7DA | Property for sale | Savills
113.88 Ac(46.09 Ha)
Guide price £2,450,000(147,526,507 EGP)

Gupworthy Farm - Lot 2Wheddon Cross, Minehead, Somerset, TA24 7DA

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Seven bedroom traditional period farmhouse
  • Range of traditional buildings with potential for alternative uses (stp)
  • Extensive range of modern farm buildings, suitable for various agricultural enterprises
  • Superb run of pasture land
  • In all about 113 acres
  • Offered freehold with vacant possession available
  • Further land available by separate negotiation

A versatile farm in a spectacular location centered around an attractive seven bedroom farmhouse

About this property

  • Gupworthy is a highly diverse, productive and well maintained Exmoor Farm with huge opportunity. The main residence sits on the northern side of the farm with stunning views across the southerly aspect. Approached from a private drive off a minor council road, the traditional property is a wonderful seven bedroom family home providing extensive and spacious accommodation in a protected setting.

    The farm currently operates in a traditional upland manner and is capable of supporting a variety of farming enterprises. There is an extensive range of traditional and modern buildings which are predominantly used for the housing of livestock, fodder storage and workshops however could be adapted to suit a wide variety of other uses (some of which could be subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents). The farm would also be suitable for equestrian use with a range of stabling and access to spectacular outriding.

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Local information

  • Gupworthy Farm is positioned on the eastern side of Exmoor National Park in an elevated position boasting uninterrupted views across rolling countryside. The farm is located just four miles from Wheddon Cross, the highest village on Exmoor which has a vibrant community and is a popular tourist destination. Dulverton can be found just 11 miles south and is a town rich in history offering a whole host of day to day amenities with numerous independent shops, café's and restaurants. The county town of Taunton and Tiverton are both within striking distance and offer an extensive range of retail, social and cultural facilities.
  • Exmoor National Park itself has over 680 miles of footpaths and bridleways across its magnificent landscape and is characterised by its rugged and wild scenery and enjoys a wealth of diverse wildlife. The area boasts an abundance of sporting and leisure opportunities and North Devon offers some of the best sailing, surfing and beaches.
  • Transport links are excellent with easy access to the A396 which links to the A361 link road at Tiverton and the A39 at Dunster. Mainline railway stations can be found at Taunton and Tiverton with daily trains to London in under two hours and Exeter and Bristol International Airports are 43 miles and 58 miles away respectively.
  • There is an array of renowned schools in the area including Blundell's School and West Buckland School, both provide private co-ed primary and senior education. There are also a selection of private and public schools in Taunton.

Additional information

  • Gupworthy farmhouse is an attractive, seven bedroom property in an elevated position within its own land and naturally sheltered from the undulating landscape with accommodation extending to just under 4,000 sq ft in total. The interior of the house has great character, consisting of wooden beams and large fireplaces. The ground floor accommodation comprises an open plan kitchen/breakfast room with four oven, oil fired aga, three reception rooms, a utility, pantry, WC and store. In addition, there is a further open plan kitchen/dining/sitting area with large bathroom. On the first floor, there are seven double bedrooms, one of which en suite and one family bathroom. There are further utility buildings/stores to the rear of the house which have particular character. To the front and rear of the property are well established and maintained gardens which are stocked with a wide variety of trees, plants shrubs and bushes providing an abundance of colour throughout the year.
  • There is a superb and extensive range of farm buildings which offer endless potential for farming or non farming enterprises (stp) and have all, for many years, been used strictly for agricultural purposes. A further detailed description is available on the sales particulars.
  • The land extends to approx 113 acres in all and consists of a run of productive level and gently sloping arable and
  • pasture land, divided by well-maintained fences and hedge banks. The land surrounding the farmstead is down to pasture
  • and used predominantly for grazing and mowing purposes.
  • Further land can be made available by separate negotiation
  • Directions: Postcode – TA24 7DA What3Words - ///deferring.sparkle.promoted
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G