- Small holding located within the Dartmoor National Park
- Principle dwelling - large bungalow with three bedrooms
- Approximately 7 acres of mixed use land, including woodland and fields
- Registered CPH for livestock and poultry
- Various outbuildings, including stabling and garages
- Two vehicular accesses to the property
- Secluded with rural outlooks
- Offers huge opportunities, scope and potential for a variety of uses
- Must be viewed to fully appreciate what is on offer
A charming small holding with a principle dwelling consisting of a large, three bedroomed, detached bungalow. Set within approximately 7 acres of mixed use land with numerous outbuildings and situated within the Dartmoor National Park.
Wray Farm is located just off the Moretonhampstead Road close to Lustleigh village in the Wray Valley. The small holding is registered with a County Parish Holding (CPH) for keeping livestock and poultry. The land comprises of fields, woodland and gardens. The property boasts many outbuildings ranging from stabling (partly converted) and garaging along with various other sheds and stores. The property sits well within its surroundings and comprises of three large double bedrooms, a large entrance/ boot room, kitchen/dining room complete with Rayburn, lounge with wood burner and a sizeable conservatory from where you can enjoy views of the gardens, fields and woodland beyond.
The property is currently divided into two plots but is to be sold as a whole. The smaller plot, adjacent to the Moretonhampstead Road, to the left of the driveway, allowing for the possibility of agricultural or artisanal workshop use and has a single pitch agricultural shed and workshop (15 x 7.5m), with open front. Smaller wooden shed (5.5 x 3m) for storage and tools with water supply. Two separate entrances from the road provide easy access. Various outbuildings support use of the land. The lower log store and tool shed (7 x 3m) enables logs to season and has power and lighting. A single garage is accessed from a track and also has power and lighting and mezzanine/roof storage. At the top of the drive is a large flat area for parking with a triple garage with power supply and lighting. One garage allows access through to the patio and garden. The property also benefits from a private water supply and the woodland provides a good supply of logs.
Opposite the rear of the house is a block of linked outbuildings for various uses including secure duck house, dry store, lamb shed and stable with concrete floor. There is a further large store suitable for hay storage and double stables which are insulated and partly converted to a studio with bedroom, living and kitchen area and separate bathroom.
A field gate leads to an area set aside with a number of raised beds, fruit cage, compost bays and cold frame. A further gate leads into the middle field which is suitable for hillside grazing with self-filling water trough and access to a larger adjoining field.
Located a short distance from Lustleigh, with its shop/post office, tearoom, The Cleave public house and ancient parish church, is one of the most sought after villages in the National Park and has been voted one of the top villages to live in England.
Bovey Tracey, with its good local shops and facilities is about 4 miles away. Access to the A38 Devon Expressway, which links Plymouth and Exeter to the motorway network is around 6 miles. The A30 can also be accessed through Moretonhampstead to the North.