An extraordinary coastal farm in North Devon has come to the market - complete with a historic manor house.

Lee Manor and Lee Manor Farm, near Ilfracombe, are being offered separately or together, for £3,625,000, with 92.55 acres.

South West Farmer:

The farm was previously home to the well-regarded Lee Manor Herd of Pedigree Red Ruby Devon cattle.

It includes a beautiful barn conversion called Farriers End and a traditional stone Shepherd's Barn, all set within 72.16 acres (29.20 hectares) of pasture land and mature ancient woodland.

South West Farmer:

The Shepherd's Barn has been completely renovated to provide a shower, WC, kitchen facilities and a seating area with wood-burning stove. This building is currently used as a wash and rest room for for overnight stays when calving or lambing.

The seven bedroomed Lee Manor was built in 1896 and is not Listed, but it has a wealth of period features including mullioned windows, Gothic style panelling, stained glass windows throughout and exposed chestnut beams.

South West Farmer:

The pasture land has stunning panoramic sea views and is currently used for grazing cattle.

The farm has been re-fenced and all of the fields have access to a mains water supply.

One field is bordered by a stream and there are two natural ponds.

Also available to purchase by separate negotiation are three holiday cottages, each with private gardens, parking and sea views.

South West Farmer:

Lee Manor and Lee Manor Farm are on the market with Stags.