Luppitt, Honiton


Guide price

Lot 2 - Two fields of gently sloping land extending to approx 7.59 acres (3.07). Further land available. Electric crossing overhead.


Set in an elevated position to the east of the village of Luppitt the land has two access points on the south eastern boundary.

The small village of Luppitt has a Church, village hall and a number of period houses, set within Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The land is approximately 5 miles from the market town of Honiton, which has a mainline railway station to London Waterloo.

The city of Exeter to the west and the county town of Taunton to the north are both within easy reach and provide a wide range of facilities as well as a fast rail service to London.


A productive run of fields currently down to a recently planted grass ley, having been used to grow wheat and barley in the past, there is potential for some arable cropping. The land is divided into a number of good sized enclosures with mature hedge and tree lined boundaries. The predominantly gently sloping land runs down towards the stream.


A mains electricity line crosses the land overhead, but is not connected. Natural water from the stream. No private or mains water connected.


The land is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in lots. Two lots have been identified, however there maybe some flexibility.

LOT 2 - Guide Price £50,000

7.74 acres (3.13 ha) using the eastern access point. Purchaser to erect a stock fence A - B and C - D.

LOT 1 - Guide Price £170,000

25.94 acres (10.5 ha) using the western access point.


The land is held freehold and is available with vacant possession on completion.


Entitlements will be made available and the current year's payment is reserved from the sale. The purchaser will take over the vendors' cross compliance responsibilities.


We understand an area of the land is currently within a Mid-Tier environmental stewardship agreement until the end of the December 2020. The purchaser to take over the responsibilities if completion is before the end of the year.


The land is located within the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).


East Devon District Council

Blackdown House, Border Road, Heath Park Industrial Estate, Honiton, Devon EX14 1EJ

Tel:01395 516551


The sporting and mineral rights insofar as they are owned are included with the freehold.

Arrange viewing 01404 758007

Stags - Honiton Sales

Bank House, 66 High Street, Honiton, Devon, EX14 1PS

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