Em­metts Grange, Som­er­set

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There are few greater places to pur­sue sport in Eng­land than Ex­moor, and this coun­try es­tate of­fers a great point of en­try. With a nine-bed­room, Grade Ii-listed farm­house and a range of other prop­er­ties in­clud­ing four hol­i­day cot­tages, this ring-fenced es­tate within the Ex­moor Na­tional Park of­fers su­perb ac­com­mo­da­tion and po­ten­tial in­come from a va­ri­ety of sources.

Ex­tend­ing to a to­tal of 894 acres, the es­tate is a mix­ture of pas­ture land, wood­land and an im­pres­sive 461 acres of moor­land. There are a range of tra­di­tional and mod­ern agri­cul­tural build­ings, with the ma­jor­ity of the land and farm build­ings cur­rently let on a three-year Farm Busi­ness Ten­ancy. While hunt­ing rights over the land are re­served, the sale in­cludes shoot­ing rights. And, with road or track ac­cess avail­able to nearly ev­ery field cou­pled with the su­perb nat­u­ral to­pog­ra­phy of the es­tate and well-placed ar­eas of wood­land, there is sig­nif­i­cant po­ten­tial for the de­vel­op­ment of ex­cel­lent shoot­ing on the es­tate.

On the mar­ket for a guide price in ex­cess of £6,000,000, this su­perb coun­try es­tate is burst­ing with po­ten­tial.

The to­pog­ra­phy of the land would make an ex­cel­lent ba­sis for chal­leng­ing driven shoot­ing on the es­tate.

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