Oldways End, East Anstey EX16

Oldways End, East Anstey EX16

4 Bedroom | Freehold | 2 Reception Rooms | 3 Baths | 20 acres (8.1 hectares)

Guide price £825,000

A well-equipped and efficient ring fenced egg producing holding serviced by a delightful four bedroom detached period farmhouse and ancillary stable block.

New Park Farm comprises of a well-equipped and efficient ring fenced egg producing holding, serviced by a delightful four bedroom detached period farmhouse and ancillary stable block. The farm currently produces eggs on a feed link contract through Noble for Tesco. The poultry buildings are capable of housing in excess of 10,000 free range chickens. In all the property is set in 19.95 acres of land.


New Park Farm is located in a rural location, close to the Exe Valley and on the edge of Exmoor National Park.


The property is 3 miles from Dulverton which provides a range of services including bank, primary school, pubs and restaurant. The larger market town of Tiverton is 11 miles to the South East offering further facilities including Blundells independent school. The property is easily accessible to the North Devon Link road which provides access to Junction 27 of the M5 motorway.


This part of Devon is renowned for its high sporting and amenity value. The farm is located on the edge of Exmoor which provides excellent riding, walking and other leisure pursuits. There are numerous point to-point meetings held throughout the area. Racing can be enjoyed at Taunton and Haldon Hill, Exeter. Shooting takes place regularly within the area with a number of syndicates operating nearby.


The farmhouse has been maintained to a very high standard having recently been extended and refurbished, the house now offers accommodation on the ground floor of dining room, farmhouse style kitchen, large living room, modern utility and cloakroom. On the first floor, principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom. The house lies set away from the buildings with an attractive enclosed lawned garden and area of hardstanding.


The two poultry buildings are serviced by extensive concrete yards which in turn lead to open paddocks and free range areas. Building 1 comprises of free range unit measuring 32m x10.34m of steel frame with timber and block insulated walls serviced by Jansen nest boxes, circular drinkers, linear feeders, alighting rails and internal scratch areas. Outside the building is serviced by two free standing 10-ton feed bins. Building 2 also constructed of steel frame and insulated block and timber clad walls measures 22.75m x16.82m and the house is equipped with central Jansen nest boxes over slatted floor, bell drinkers, linear feeders, alighting rail and internal scratch areas. Linking the two buildings is an egg collection and storage area with mezzanine loft and cloakroom. The buildings are serviced by a Prinzen Egg Packer and Stacker system. Located a short distance from the poultry buildings, there is a steel frame general purpose covered yard, measuring 27m x 13.5m, workshop, fodder store/stables, measuring 9m x 4m and a stable yard measuring 19.2m x 4.9m providing 5 stables and tack room.


The farm is serviced by some 19.95 acres of land much of which is used by the free range unit. The land lies to the north and west of the buildings. Located on the western boundary there is an attractive pond with a further parcel of approximately 1 acre of amenity woodland.


The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.


The property is sold subject to existing town and country planning legislation and to any development plan, resolution or notice which may be in force and also subject to any statutory provision or bye-laws without obligations on the part of the Vendor(s) or his Agent to specify them.



Every effort has been made to omit any fixture and fittings belonging to the Vendor(s) in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor(s) rights to removal or payment for, as the case may be, any such fixture and fittings, etc. except those specifically mentioned in these Particulars which are included in the sale. The fixtures and fittings normally designated as tenant(s) equipment are excluded. The purchaser will have the opportunity to purchase the Prinzen Egg Packer and Stacker for a purchase price
of £15,000.


New Park Farm is serviced by mains electricity, supported by a standby generator. The farm is serviced by mains water. A private drainage system services the house.


There are no public or private rights of way over the main holding.


Potential purchasers are requested to take particular care when inspecting the property. Potential purchasers should bear in mind the
risk of sudden movements from machinery which may be present and operating at the property at the time of inspection, especially
in and around the farm buildings. Potential purchasers are requested to wear supportive footwear for viewings, and are advised to be
conscious of potentially uneven and slippery ground surfaces.


North Devon District Council
Taw View North Walk
Devon EX31 1EE


Viewings are strictly by appointment with the vendor’s agent, Carter Jonas (01823 428590).


Following the A361 from the M5, on reaching signs for Tiverton turn right at the roundabout signed Bampton. Continue along the Exe Valley through the village of Cove. On reaching the Exeter inn follow the A396 turning left at the roundabout for Minehead and Dulverton. Continue along the valley. On reaching the Black Cat Garage follow the B3327 singed South Molton. Cross the river Exe and continue for 4 ½ miles. On reaching Woodburn Cross turn right signed East Anstey, follow signs to East Anstey and the property will be found on the edge of East Anstey on the left hand side of the road.

Situational Details
Property type
House Farm
Total land
20 acres (8.1 hectares)
Carter Jonas reference
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