Upcott Barton Farmhouse is a five bedroom house in private setting with pretty views over surrounding countryside. Grade II* Listed, mentioned in the Doomsday Book and referred to by the Reverend Baring-Gould (local 17th century novelist and scholar) in his 1890 work on country houses, Upcott Barton is full of charm and character.
Surrounded by a former farmstead and range of traditional barns there is comfortable scope for wider landscaping and alternative use. With just over 26 acres of ring-fenced land surrounding, the ability to use the land and buildings for equine, amenity and recreational purposes, is possible along with running the Property as a smallholding.
Being near the A30 dual carriageway, the setting lends itself to capturing the tourist trade.
Upcott Barton Farmhouse occupies a rural position near the villages of St.Giles-On-The-Heath, Broadwoodwidger and Lifton provide a range of local f...read more