This 11-acre farm in Holsworthy comes with a converted barn, a former dairy house and a family home - and it could all be yours for £1.35m.
Canal Farm, in Chilsworthy, is a secluded rural property which is estimated to have been built in the 1990s - perfect for getting off the grid or setting up your own B&B.
Presumably named after the nearby Bude Canal, the farm is just a mile and a half away from Holsworthy.
The farm itself covers around 11 acres of gardens, paddocks and woodland, with a large workshop or garage on the grounds to assist with upkeep.
With plenty of space for livestock, the new owner could create their own dairy farm on the site - or they could turn to the buildings included and form a hospitality business.
The property includes a three-bedroom detached Georgian house, a two-bedroom converted barn named Canal Barn and an adjoining 2-bedroom bungalow called Canal Dairy.
Canal Barn is a characterful conversion, with a light and airy open plan slate floored kitchen and dining room on the ground floor, with bedrooms upstairs.
The house retains its rustic charm, with oak floors and vaulted ceilings with exposed A frames and beams.
Canal Dairy continues this theme, with wood flooring throughout, comprising of two double bedrooms, a sitting room, kitchen and shower room.
The property is being marketed by D.R. Kivell Country Property, who have listed the farm at a price of £1.35m.
Geoff Lupton, of D.R. Kivell, said: “This property offers a rare and impressive country retreat with three residential properties set in a secluded and peaceful rural location and provides comfortable and flexible multi-generational living and holiday letting opportunities.”