A truly unique farm has come to the market in Lifton, Devon.

Milford Farm is home to the Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre.

There is more than 100,000 sq. ft. of indoor display area which houses the collection of historic fairground equipment and memorabilia.

Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre

Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre

Yet the farm offers potential for even more diversification alongside farming.

As well as the fairground collection, there is an extensive range of traditional buildings that have previously been used as a cafe and have a commercial kitchen.

These are currently let to a food company but they offer scope for development, subject to planning consent.

Beyond these, a range of modern farm buildings serve the farm.

The five bedroom farmhouse is Grade II listed and has a two bedroom annexe and there is also a detached three bedroom cottage.

The farmhouse

The farmhouse

Milford Farm has 177 acres of ring-fenced pasture and woodland.

It sits at the confluence of the Rivers Wolf and Thrushell and the long driveway towards the farm runs alongside the river through the ring-fenced, gently sloping land.

Within the farm are areas of established and newly planted woodland, and the pond is a haven for wildlife.

There are around 45 acres of woodland in total.

Milford Farm

Milford Farm

The farm enjoys open views towards Dartmoor to the east and Bodmin Moor to the west.

Ross Willmington, of Symonds & Sampson Farm Agency, said: "Milford Farm offers a unique package in the West Country – a substantial farm with three residential dwellings, an established tourist attraction, commercial buildings and stunning countryside. Yet it is only 40 minutes’ drive from Exeter."

Milford Farm is on the market with Symonds & Sampson and has a guide price of £4,750,000.