An impressive farm with a stunning farmhouse and more than 300 acres of arable and pasture land has come to the market in Somerset.

Huish Barton near Williton is about four miles from the coast and sits in the Exmoor National Park.

It has 316.90 acres (128.25 hectares) of land that is all classified as as either grade 2 or 3 and is used for growing cereal crops or pasture with pockets of woodland. The farm forms part of a local shoot.

South West Farmer:

The soils are described as freely draining slightly acid loamy soils and in total there are approximately 257 acres (104 hectares) in arable rotation and being used to grow cereal and forage crops, with 46 acres (18 hectares) down to grass.

From the fields there are views stretching over the Bristol Channel to South Wales, and whilst the topography is undulating, the land is mostly gently sloping.

The Grade II Listed house provides 8,250 square feet of accommodation and includes a 40 foot grand hall, ten bedrooms and three main reception rooms.

South West Farmer: The farmhouseThe farmhouse

The colourful and well-tended gardens include a level lawn to the front of the house, an outdoor swimming pool and a walled garden.

There are an impressive collection of stone, brick and slate barns and beyond these barns are the more modern farm buildings which are presently used for grain and machinery storage and livestock housing.

Huish Barton in on the market with Stags Farm Agency with price on application.