The established tourist attraction and leisure opportunity, in East Ogwell just outside Newton Abbot, Devon has been placed on the market by Commercial Property Agents, Charles Darrow.
Established in 1980, the farm swiftly became well known as the home of the Hedgehog Rescue Centre, however, years on, there have been several additions to this well-known tourist destination It has been placed on the market for £1,275,000. A spokesman for Charles Darrow, who are handling the sale, said: “Alongside its prickly residents, the farm is home to a range of animals including alpacas, donkeys, ponies, goats, pigs and sheep. Visitors can meet, pet and feed the animals as well as enjoying the additional attractions which include a café, soft play area and games barn alongside function and picnic areas.
“The farm benefits from breath-taking views over the countryside and across to Dartmoor. The spacious owner’s accommodation complete with private courtyard is situated at the lower end of the property. In addition, there are a range of outbuildings, barns, utility blocks, animal enclosures and stores. Adding further value and endless potential to the offering is Moorland Views; a collection of brand new, bespoke lodges allowing for holiday letting throughout the year.
“There is ample opportunity for further development with a number of remaining lodge bases already completed. Each lodge can be individually designed according to personal requirements. The lodges are constructed to the highest standard and beautifully designed with vaulted ceilings, open plan living, luxurious bathrooms, kitchens and private decking. The lodges can be one, two or three bed designs and have two parking spaces.”
Prickly Ball Farm is primarily a hedgehog hospital, rescue and rehabilitation centre. To support the hospital the farm also houses various animals from alpacas to guinea pigs which visitors can handle.