Wray Farm is an individual property comprising of detached three bedroom bungalow set in 6 acres which offers the opportunity for various uses including the keeping of livestock. Set in a stunning rural location.
The property is set in the beautiful Wray Valley close to the highly desirable village of Lustleigh, set in Dartmoor National Park. The property sits in a stunning rural location and comprises of an individual three double bedroom bungalow. Further accommodation includes a large entrance/boot room, kitchen/dining room complete with Rayburn, double aspect lounge with wood burner and a sizeable conservatory from where you can enjoy views of the gardens, fields and woodland beyond.
The property is registered with a County Parish Holding (CPH) for keeping livestock and poultry. The property boasts many outbuildings ranging from stabling, woodsheds, workshops and garaging which are all serviced by power and water. The property lends itself for anybody looking to make a significant lifestyle change to live the “rural good life” as it benefits from having many of the facilities required to raise your own livestock with ample vegetable plots and fruit cages on site along with poultry housing and stabling.
The current owners have over the years raised a variety of livestock and poultry including pigs, sheep, chicken and ducks. If this is something that appeals to you Wray Farm offers you all you would need to achieve this. The property also benefits from its own private water supply, offering a high degree of self-sufficiency. In addition to this there is also opportunity to design, improve and develop the property subject to Dartmoor National Park planning requirements allowing you to really make your own mark on the property.
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.