Glebe Farm, a hospitality site in East Devon with a wealth of expansion potential, is up for sale with a price tag of £1.4m.
Christie + Co and Savills have brought to market the ‘unique’ business opportunity, which comprises a Grade-II listed building, two cottages and a large outdoor space that could be utilised for special events.
Glebe Farm is thought to date back to the 17th century and was originally built as a vicarage. The building has been restored and includes a large function room, two reception rooms and seven bedrooms, along with a commercial kitchen.
There is also a three-bedroom cottage and two-bedroom cottage on site which is included in the sale.
The barn could be let for holidays as one unit or operated as a B&B, with the large outdoor and indoor spaces lending themselves well to weddings, yoga retreats, pop-up events or arts and crafts weekends to name a few.
Stephen Champion, associate director at Christie & Co, is handling the sale and comments: “Glebe Farm presents a truly unique opportunity for a new owner to run a multitude of different businesses from the property, or alternatively it may suit a family looking for a property that provides accommodation for multi-generational living. The barns have not been let since being converted and are ready to begin trading immediately without any further decoration. We have no doubt this property will generate considerable interest from a range of buyers who can see the extensive potential on offer.”
Christie & Co is seeking an asking price of £1.4m for the freehold interest of Glebe Farm.