A charming Grade II* listed Farmhouse with additional residential and self-catering accommodation, within easy reach of the lively city of Exeter.
Kingsford Farm is situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Longdown in Devon, approximately 5 miles to the west of the city of Exeter.
The Farmhouse dates from Tudor times and is Grade II* listed with original features throughout, including wood paneling, open fireplaces and exposed beams.
Externally, the Farmhouse has a large, private terraced garden with patio for al fresco dining. To the front of the Farmhouse is the main courtyard which is surrounded by the residential properties on site.
TWO BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION
In addition to the Farmhouse, there is a two bedroom barn conversion with full residential consent, and a private garden and patio to the rear.
THE LETTING COTTAGES
There are two, two bedroomed holiday letting cottages situated adjacent to the Farmhouse, which are currently let through Cottages.com and AirBnB and have consent for holiday-let use and have no limit on the length of stay, however, they must be vacant for the period between 15th January and 15th March each year.
Guest accommodation is also provided across four timber-built, luxury lodges, set around a fishing lake, each with a private hot tub. Each lodge comprises two bedrooms, family bathroom, WC and well equipped, modern kitchen, dining and living areas with flat screen TVs and WiFi throughout.
The lodges have holiday-let use planning consent and can be occupied year round with no limitations on length of stay.
To the south of the Farmhouse are a further two farm buildings with potential to be converted into further accommodation, subject to obtaining planning permission. On the roof of the larger barn is the Photo Voltaic system which comprise 3 x 4KW ranges, producing approximately 5,500KW per annum at a rate of 53p per unit. There is circa 17 years remaining on the scheme.
There is a c.2.3 acre paddock that lies to the north of the lodges. In all, the site extends to c.5.46 acres.