If you’re crazy about Christmas and have a cool £1 million spare, this Grade II listed home could be for you.
This three-bedroom farmhouse boasts over twelve acres of land and even a 2000 strong Christmas tree plantation, although the new owner isn’t expected to decorate all of them.
Longhouse Farm near Widecombe-in-the-Moor also features large agricultural buildings and even a studio which ‘may’ have been used as a toy factory.
The property also boasts a one-bedroom holiday cottage, perfect for a Christmas elf getaway or a bolt-hole for tired delivery drivers.
The property is available for viewing with Drew Pearce estate agents at a price of £995,500. Viewings are welcome at any time of year but best to avoid Christmas eve.
Mike Henderson, director of Drew Pearce said “Longhouse Farm is a wonderful traditional moorland home with a cross passage, total privacy and plenty of income potential, including a holiday let and barns with apparent further potential for conversion. Twelve acres of land bordering the West Webburn River, and 2000 Christmas trees!”