Glebe Farm
707.92 sq m
Guide price £1,400,000(41.360.211.512 ₫)

ColestocksHoniton, Devon, EX14 3JT

    Key features

    • Exciting lifestyle business opportunity in prime East Devon location
    • Grade II Listed farmhouse with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 4 reception rooms
    • 2 x eco-friendly holiday letting cottages, 3 bedrooms and two bedrooms
    • Studio/business centre with potential for a variety of uses
    • Gardens and grounds extending to about 3 acres
    • Selection of outbuildings with further business potential

    An attractive 17th century listed farmhouse, with extensive complex of traditional barns, sympathetically converted to create an eco-friendly lifestyle business opportunity.

    About this property

    • Set in about 3 acres of its own land, Glebe Farm provides a rare opportunity to take on an exciting home and lifestyle business opportunity, with potential to further develop the outbuildings to create an additional unit if required, subject to the necessary consents.

      The farmhouse, which dates from the 17th Century and is Grade II Listed, offers spacious accommodation over two floors with a wonderful outlook, enjoying far-reaching rural views. There is a barn at the back of the farmhouse, which currently comprises a garden room, utility room and study/office, which has potential to be converted into an annexe if required, subject to the necessary consents. The farmhouse has a cellar which is currently accessed the courtyard, however, internal access could be reinstated via a former door.

      To the rear of the farmhouse there is a courtyard of traditional brick barns, which have been sympathetically converted to provide two independent holiday letting units and a large studio with 7 ensuite bedrooms, suitable as a business centre for a variety of different uses including a yoga studio, art courses or a cookery school, amongst many other possibilities. As well as being fitted to a very high standard, the cottages have all been designed to operate with minimum running costs and green energy sources including ground source heat pumps.

      Landscaped gardens surround the farmhouse on two sides and there is a beautiful wildflower meadow to the east. Within the gardens, there are mature borders and terraces and a sheltered outdoor seating area in front of the garden room, which also has an ornamental pond. There is an extensive area of pasture which wraps around the cottages to the north and east, which also has separate road access.

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    This wonderful home and lifestyle business opportunity is ready to go and offers a very versatile layout, with endless business opportunities.

    Chris CliffordProperty agent

    Local information

    • Nestled amidst beautiful undulating countryside synonymous with rural East Devon and yet only minutes from the A30 and a mainline rail station, Colestocks is a small hamlet about ¾ of a mile to the north of the popular village of Payhembury, which offers a community run shop, Parish church, welcoming public house and the recently built village hall supported by a thriving community with a wide range of clubs, groups and societies.
    • There is a strong sense of ‘family' with many activities centred on the richly praised Church of England primary school. Feniton, just over ¾ mile to the south, is a larger village hosting a Church of England primary school rated as ‘Outstanding' by Ofsted, a large convenience store and a mainline railway station with regular services to Exeter and London (Waterloo). The small town of Ottery St Mary is just a few miles to the south serviced by a range of facilities including the much revered King's Secondary School.
    • Honiton to the east has a rich traditional heritage and is renowned as a centre for antiques with particular historic connections to fine lace. A bustling market takes place weekly along its broad high street and the town offers a range of specialist independent shops and facilities including a community hospital. The world heritage coastline to the south boasts pretty coastal towns and villages such as Sidmouth, Branscombe and Beer.
    • The Cathedral city of Exeter to the West has an extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities, including a John Lewis Department Store, a fine selection of independent schools, a thriving university, mainline train station and also Exeter International Airport, which has regular flights to UK and international destinations.

    Additional information

    • Colestocks: Feniton about 2 miles. Ottery St Mary about 4.5 miles. Honiton about 6 miles. Exeter about 15 miles.
    • Directions: From Junction 28 of the M5 motorway, take the A373 towards Honiton. After approximately 5 miles and having passed through Dulford, take the right hand turn, signposted Payhembury, Plymtree and Feniton. Continue along this road, through Luton and into Payhembury. Continue through the centre of the village and on passing the red telephone box, continue round to the right and out of the village in a southerly direction. Glebe farm will be found on the left hand side, about ¼ of a mile after leaving the edge of Payhembury.
    • EPC Exempt