A West Devon farm has come to market for the first time in more than 30 years.

Great Beere Farm near North Tawton extends to 33 acres and features a Grade II Listed Devon Longhouse.

The long stone barn has been converted to provide a three bedroom cottage ideal for letting purposes or ancillary accommodation together with a one bedroom apartment, as well as a home office with accommodation. The home office, apartment and adjoining workshop could be reconfigured to provide additional accommodation for multi-generational living, or indeed provide additional income from commercial opportunities, subject to planning permission.

There is a range of modern agricultural buildings, plus a wind turbine and solar electric generating systems.

Set in a tranquil and private rural location which is 8 miles north of Dartmoor, Great Beere Farm is surrounded by its own grounds including woodland and a lake.

The grazeable land extends to approximately 20 acres contained within two principal enclosures, laid to permanent pasture with a gentle southerly aspect and with a wildlife pond or small lake.

In addition to the farmstead and the pasture land, there is a block of woodland known as 'Ten Acre Down Copse' which in fact extends in area to approximately six acres and contains a variety of mainly mature mixed deciduous trees together with a former quarry in the southern section and a meandering stream with bridge over.

The property is contained within a ring fence and benefits from no public rights of way across the land, enjoying a high degree of privacy and seclusion.

The farm is on the market with Lodge & Thomas with a guide price of £1,500,000.