A traditional livestock farm in a stunning and unspoilt location within the Exmoor National Park is on the market.

Kemps Farm in Winsford near Minehead comprises 350.74 acres (141.94 hectares) in all in a stunning and unspoilt location.

There is a six bedroom farmhouse and three bedroom cottage and the modern livestock buildings cover approximately 2,200 sq metres.

The grass land sits within a ring fence and there are pockets of woodland and Bye Common offering shooting appeal.

Kemps Farm is a traditional Exmoor livestock farm with land rising to approximately 330 metres above sea level.

The farmhouse has a south-facing aspect and provides comfortable accommodation for a family, whilst dual occupation is possible with the additional farm cottage.

There are three modern farm buildings providing over 2,200 square metres of covered space for livestock or machinery storage and further traditional stone buildings have been well maintained.

The land is mostly grass and includes some productive mowing and grazing enclosures as well as some steeper fields running down to the River Exe.

The land at Kemps Farm is mostly down to grass and includes approximately five acres of woodland.

There are approximately 185 acres of gently sloping grass land, within good sized enclosures which have been used for mowing and grazing most recently. Field boundaries are traditional hedge-banks and are mostly fenced for sheep.

The land either side of the River Exe and Larcombe Brook is steeper and used for grazing and includes part of Bye Common which is private with no open access across it. This part of the farm would suit the creation of a small family shoot.

The shooting rights are included with the farm.

Kemps Farm is on the market at £2,800,000 with Stags.

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