A livestock farm with a period farmhouse needing complete renovation has come to the market with 75 acres of pastureland in West Dorset.

Cutty Stubbs Farm sits at the heart of Marshwood Vale, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty five miles from Bridport and from Lyme Regis.

It is available in two lots or as a whole by private treaty.

South West Farmer:

Lot One features the three bedroom farmhouse, which while period, is unlisted.

It is in a poor state of repair and needs a total restoration to make the most of its period features and well-proportioned rooms.

A range of farm buildings are set around a concrete yard which have the potential for conversion, subject to planning permission.

These include a wooden cattle barn, cowstall, cubicle shed and three steel framed Dutch barns.

Lot One has about 10.28 acres (4.16 ha) of land consisting of a level pasture field and a former orchard.

The land has mature hedges forming the boundaries and adjoins Lot Two.

South West Farmer:

Lot Two is about 64.86 acres (26.25 ha) of pastureland and includes land that was previously part of Oselhay Farm.

Mature hedges and the River Char form the boundaries.

There is also a steel framed Dutch fodder barn, old cowstalls and a further dilapidated barn.

This is a rare opportunity due to its potential for renovation.

Cutty Stubbs Farm is for sale with Symonds & Sampson by private treaty as a whole or in two lots.

Lot One has a guide price of £625,000 while Lot Two has a guide price of £525,000.

The whole, a total of 75.14 acres (30.41 ha), has a guide price of £1,150,000.