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221.37 acres, Scadghill Farm, Stibb, Bude, EX23, Cornwall
For Sale - Guide Price £3,750,000

  • Grade II listed 4 bedroom farmhouse
  • 3 bedroom bungalow (AOC)
  • 2 bedroom holiday let, finished to a high standard
  • Courtyard of traditional buildings with coastal views offering potential (subject to planning)
  • Fantastic range of versatile modern farm buildings
  • Productive block of arable and pasture grassland
  • Caravan club campsite
  • In all about 221 acres

Exceptional commercial farm in a superb coastal setting


Scadghill Farm is positioned in the most magical, elevated setting boasting far reaching views along the North Cornish coastline. The Farm is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) between the hamlet of Stibb and village of Poughill. The nearby village of Kilkhampton (2 miles North East) provides a useful range of amenities including a post office, two public houses, butchers, mini supermarket and a garage. The popular seaside resort town of Bude provides a wider range of everyday facilities including supermarkets and secondary schooling. Primary schools are found at Stratton and Kilkhampton with private schooling at Shebbear and Bideford. The North Cornish coast is renowned for rugged cliffs and wonderful long sandy beaches as well as quaint nearby coastal villages including Clovelly and Boscastle. The South West Coast path, England's longest waymarked long-distance foothpath and National trail is under two miles away and for the water sports enthusiast, there are five beaches within 5 miles from the Scadghill Farm.


Approached from a private drive, Scadghill Farm is a wonderful, versatile coastal farm with endless opportunities. The whole farm extends to approximately 221 acres and is centred around a charming, subtle Grade II listed, four bedroom property as well as a separate detached, spacious three bedroom bungalow (AOC). There is a two bedroom holiday let (Ruby Barn) finished to a high standard as well as a further traditional barn with sea views offering considerable potential for conversion (subject to the necessary planning consents). Just north of the properties is a superb, extensive range of modern farm buildings, suitable to cater for a variety of farming enterprises.

The farm is home to the Scadghill herd of Pedigree Red Ruby Devons, Suffolk sheep and a commercial sheep enterprise whilst benefiting from further income streams via the residential lettings. The farm is extremely well maintained and the wide range of modern farm buildings would comfortably lend themselves for a wide variety of uses.

Being located in such a tourist hotspot, the farm is home to a popular Caravan Club site and there are numerous opportunities at the farm to capture the holiday market.

Acreage: 221.37 Acres


From Exeter continue on the A30 to Launceston. At Launceston take the A3254 to Bude. At Red Post crossroads turn left on to the A3072 signposted Stratton. Continue through Stratton to the 'T' junction (A39) turn right and then take the first left onto Stamford Hill. Continue on this coastal road for approximately 3 miles and the entrance to Scadghill Farm will be found on the left hand side.


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