This contemporary farmhouse, set in a rural Devon location, has five bedrooms and extensive accommodation, arranged across four floors and finished to a very high standard throughout. The house incorporates many top quality features, including solid oak flooring, oak windows and doors, as well as underfloor heating. Westway Farm has been designed to take full advantage of the superb southerly views of the surrounding countryside and to Dartmoor in the distance. The main entrance to the property opens into an impressive double-height reception hall and dining room, while off to the side there is a welcoming and comfortable sitting room, with French doors opening onto the rear terrace. The lower ground floor has a substantial, 27ft additional sitting and dining room, opening via French doors directly onto the rear gardens. The crescent-shaped kitchen is well-equipped with a range cooker, oak units, granite worktops and a travertine floor, while there is also a pantry and a useful utility room. There is a family bathroom and three bedrooms on the first floor, including one en suite guest bedroom, while the master bedroom on the second floor has its own shower room and dressing room. There is a further bedroom on the lower ground floor, plus a shower room. The Poultry Unit The vendors of Westway Farm have built a successful poultry enterprise run in hand. The current broiler contract is with Two Sisters. The purchaser has a number of options to either re-negotiate or source an alternative company to supply. The farm has two access points from the lane. Westway Farm is currently run as a successful free range poultry business and there are five chicken houses with ranging areas and feed silos. The farm produces between 5 to 6 crops per annum, each crop totalling approximately 28,500 birds. There is also an agricultural building which has planning consent to create a rest room and facilities for the farm. Further details are available from the vendor’s agent. The property is approached via a farm service road, which leads to a spacious parking area to the side of the house, and the attached garage. There are well-maintained gardens to the front and rear of the house, with the gardens to the rear benefitting from Dartmoor views. The ground floor opens to the back of the house onto an elevated terrace, while steps, and the lower ground floor accommodation, lead to an expanse of lawn, bordered by woodland to the southeast, and open fields to the west. The Land Adjoining the main farm is approximately 31.78 acres of pastureland set across the small valley, which comprise 5 good sized fields currently used for grazing sheep. These fields provide a purchaser with an excellent opportunity to expand the poultry offering subject to planning.