A livestock and arable farm with 221 acres in north Cornwall that could easily be returned to dairy use has come to market.

Scadghill Farm is a former dairy farm with stunning sea views, four miles north east of Bude.

The Grade II listed farmhouse has four bedrooms and in addition there is a four bedroom bungalow, a two bedroom holiday cottage and a Caravan Club campsite.

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There is an extensive mix of modern and traditional farm buildings.

These include:

  • Steel portal frame cattle building: 31.44m x 18.3m (103'2 x 60'0) with part concrete floor, part Yorkshire boarding, part sleepers, providing three pens for loose housing with feed passage
  • Timber portal frame open fronted cattle building: 18m x 10m (59'1 x 32'10), four bay livestock building feed roof overhang
  • Three bay steel portal framed open fronted cattle building: 133m x 10m (436'4 x 32'10)
  • Clear span concrete portal frame cattle building: 36.3m x 17.8m (119'1 x 58'5) plus extension 6m x 13.6m (19'8 x 44'7) providing loose housing and ten calving pens
  • Clear span steel framed livestock building: 31.70m x 13.20m (104'0 x 43'3) part perforated steel sheet cladding and part timber stock board walls with flexible internal penning
  • Open fronted cattle building: 18.55m x 7.65m (60'10 x 25'1)
  • Timber frame sheep/Lambing building: 24m x 9.80m (78'9 x 32'2)
  • Concrete floor eight mono pitched steel framed open fronted cattle building: 18.62m x 9m Max (61'1 x 29'6 Max)
  • Atcost building: 23m x 13.36m (75'6 x 43.10) extended with a concrete floor, fully enclosed providing machinery storage, workshop and grain store. Solar panels array mounted on the roof
  • Reinforced concrete portal frame building. 23m x 18m (75'6 x 59'1)
  • General propose machinery store
  • Traditional barn: 19.35m x 5.45m (63'6 x 17'11)
  • Traditional barn: 21.30m x 6m (69'11 x 19'8)
  • Office and staff wellbeing building
  • Garage
  • Traditional barns: 8.4m x 3m (27'7 x 9'10) single storey and attached to the end of the farmhouse and is divided into three rooms
  • Workshop/store: 11m x 4.20m (36'1 x 13'9) concrete block, mono pitch roof with a concrete floor

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The traditional two-storey stone barns are arranged in an L shape around a courtyard and offer potential for further development.

The farm extends to 221 acres of predominantly level or gently sloping grassland.

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The land is divided into easily managed enclosures and benefits from a concrete and hardcore farm track that runs through the centre of the farm.

The layout and topography of the farm provide good contours for a farm shoot. A syndicate has previously shot over the farm and there a sizeable pheasant pen and flight pond in the woodland.

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Scadghill Farm has a guide price of £3,250,000 and is on the market with D.R. Kivell Country Property.