A commercial livestock farm with 113.36 acres (45.86 hectares) has come to market near Exeter.

Raddon Barton in Thorverton sits in the Exe Valley and has a five bedroom farmhouse built in the 1980s with surrounding gardens.

South West Farmer:

There is an extensive range of modern livestock buildings.

The farm buildings offer spacious and well ventilated livestock housing along with a modern grain store with potential for alternative uses such as change of use to residential under Class Q, a large machinery or straw barn and general purpose buildings.

South West Farmer:

The buildings include two covered yards that are divided into four loose housing pens with feed barriers, as well as:

  • a covered silage clamp
  • a general purpose farm building
  • workshop
  • general purpose store
  • straw and machinery barn
  • grain store

Surrounding the cattle complex is an extensive area of concrete yards which include handling pens.

South West Farmer:

The farmland extends to 108.70 acres (43.78 Hectares) including 7.41 acres of woodland and 0.98 acres of tracks.

The farmland is a mixture of Grade 2 and 3 soils with all fields, with the exception of Field No 7198 having been farmed in a rotation of grass, root crops and root and cereal crops.

The land rises up to Raddon Hill and at the top of the hill the land is in an arable rotation.

South West Farmer:

The soil type is predominantly well drained red loamy soils.

The broadleaf woodland and pond offer sporting and conservation appeal.

It is a private rural location and has fantastic views over the Exe Valley.

Raddon Barton is available as a whole from Stags with a guide price of £1,600,000.