FOR SALE - A residential farm in a fine location on the North Devon coast with exceptional sea views

Stags Farm Agency

West Country
North Warcombe Farm occupies a stunning location with an uninterrupted outlook over the sea towards Lundy Island.

The farm has been within the same ownership for the past 28 years and includes a farmhouse with four bedrooms which was constructed to take advantage of the views, a range of farm buildings for livestock, machinery and fodder storage all surrounded by pasture land with a south and west aspect.

In total, North Warcombe Farm extends to 44.10 acres (17.85 hectares).


The farmhouse at North Warcombe Farm was constructed in 1981 and is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition (AOC). The walls are rendered, underneath a tile roof with upvc double glazed windows throughout.

The ground floor accommodation extends to 2,338 square feet (217 square metres) and includes a large kitchen / breakfast room with an oil-fired Sandyford range cooker and views towards Lee Bay. The sitting room has a wood-burning stove surrounded by a stone fireplace, again with sea views.

The conservatory overlooks the garden and there is a spacious boot room, utility room, study and shower room with w.c.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms, two of which are double rooms with stunning views over the coast and the fourth overlooking the rear garden.


The guide price is £950,000. EPC Band E. For further information contact Stags Farm Agency on 01392 680059 or visit



Forum statistics

Latest member

Vote on the future of AHDB Horticulture

  • 109
  • 0
Vote on the future of AHDB Horticulture

Have your voice heard. Should the Horticulture levy continue?


A ‘yes’ is a vote for change and a ‘no’ could see the end of a statutory levy. I encourage you to consider the facts and to use your vote. At a time of immense change, the loss of a central organisation that invests in applied research for the benefit of all would be a considerable loss
Nicholas Saphir, AHDB Chair

A vote ‘Yes’ means A vote ‘No’
KEEPING fast-tracked crop...