A productive arable and pasture farm in North Devon with potential for development has come to the market.

Lower Biddacott Farm near Chittlehampton, Umberleigh has a Grade II Listed five bedroom farmhouse and extends to 135.83 ring-fenced acres (54.97 hectares).

It is a former Rolle Estate farm with views over the land towards the Taw Valley to the west.

The south-facing house is substantial and characterful.

South West Farmer:

The main yard includes a range of stone barns and more modern farm buildings which offer potential for alternative uses, subject to planning consent.

There is also a separate holiday cottage with two bedrooms.

The range of barns and buildings include lofted stables, a workshop, log stores, storage buildings, cattle shed and a threshing barn.

A planning and Listed Building consent application is being submitted by the sellers to convert the threshing barn and attached storage building into a residential dwelling.

South West Farmer:

The land at Lower Biddacott is classified as Grade 3 with soils described as freely draining, slightly acid loamy soils.

There is road frontage along the western and eastern boundary.

There are fourteen field enclosures with a mostly south-facing aspect and there are approximately 83.43 acres (33.76 hectares) in arable rotation being used to grow cereal crops and the remaining land down to pasture.

South West Farmer:

The grass fields surround the farmstead and run along the southern boundary where there is a small stream.

Lower Biddacott Farm is on the market with Stags and its has a guide price of £2,350,000.