A compact farmstead set in around 77 acres of pastureland in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has come to market.

Woolacombe Farm on the edge of Bere Alston, near Tavistock, offers a rare opportunity for diversification and it has been in the same family for the last 75 years.

South West Farmer:

The farm is centred around a four bedroom farmhouse and there is an extensive range of both modern and traditional farm buildings.

A two bedroom holiday cottage currently provides additional useful income, but it could also be incorporated into the farmhouse to create a larger home.

The horse paddocks with associated infrastructure also create additional income.

South West Farmer:

The modern, diverse farm buildings have predominantly been used for the housing of livestock, fodder and machinery storage and workshops.

However, they offer huge potential and could be well suited to cater for a wide variety of farming enterprises.

There is a two storey traditional building of natural stone that also offers potential for alternative uses (subject to the necessary planning consents) to produce further streams of income on top of what the farm already has to offer.

South West Farmer:

The land extends to approximately 77 acres in all and comprises good quality, grade three level and gently sloping pasture that is well fenced with water connection.

It is ideally suited to livestock grazing and mowing.

Approximately 14 acres of the farm have been used as equestrian paddocks.

Woolacombe Farm is on the market with Savills with a guide price of £1,700,000.