FOR SALE - A productive run of 287 acres of arable and pasture land in Devon, with potential to create a new holding (STP).

Stags Farm Agency

West Country

Productive Grade 2 & 3 land to the North West of Exeter, Devon

• As a whole or in 3 lots
• 287.65 acres (116.41 hectares) in all - Guide price £2,575,000
• Lot 1: 164.29 acres - Guide price £1,520,000
• Lot 2: 53.42 acres - Guide price £480,000
• Lot 3 69.94 acres - Guide price £575,000
• Attractive water meadows and River Yeo frontage
• For sale by private treaty



Lapford 1 mile. Crediton 8 miles. Exeter 17 miles. A30 at Whiddon Down 12 miles

The land is situated to the south of Lapford village with good road links to the A377 to the east and the B3220 to the south. The A377 links with Barnstaple to the North and Crediton to the south. The B3220 links to Winkleigh in the west and the A377 to the east.


A productive run of level and gently sloping arable and pasture land extending in all to approximately 287.65 acres (116.41 Hectares). Comprising productive Grade 2 and Grade 3 land that has been farmed in a mixed rotation of cereals, maize, grass and livestock grazing providing rich, fertile soils capable of growing a wide variety of crops. The soil type is described as well-drained, fine loamy soils often over rock.

The land is offered for sale as a whole or in three lots.

LOT 1: GUIDE PRICE £1,520,000
164.29 ACRES TO THE EAST OF KELLAND BARTON: This land comprises a productive run of arable with approximately 14.32 acres of permanent grassland providing excellent grazing land. The River Yeo forms the eastern boundary and along with a pond provides sporting and conservation appeal.

LOT 2: GUIDE PRICE £480,000
53.42 ACRES TO THE SOUTH EAST OF KELLAND BARTON: Two arable fields, one pasture field and a small woodland copse. Road access on the western boundary.

LOT 3: GUIDE PRICE £575,000
69.94 ACRES TO THE SOUTH WEST OF KELLAND BARTON: A productive run of south facing arable land divided into 6 fields. Road access along the eastern and western boundaries.

For further information contact Stags Farm Agency on 01392 680059 or visit




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