South Farm Court

Converted from farm buildings that were no longer viable for agricultural use, South Farm Court provides one and two storey business units in an idyllic rural location, just one mile from the centre of Budleigh Salterton.

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South Farm Court

The busy seaside town of Exmouth is just 8 miles away, offering a direct rail link to Exeter and the national rail network. Exeter Airport is within a 30 minute drive, with regular connections to the continent and other major UK airports. 

In 2002, the South Farm Court project received the Country Landowners Association Rural Conversion Award in recognition of its sympathetic conversion.

The majority of the units have been adapted for office use and leases are flexible, generally on full on full repairing and insurance terms of between three and ten years.

Directions to the Site

Leaving the M5 at junction 30, take the A3052 Sidmouth Road. At Newton Poppleford take the B3176 to Budleigh Salterton, through Colaton Raleigh and East Budleigh. Take the left hand turning into South Farm Road, South Farm Court is located approximately 1 mile at the end of the drive.

For enquiries relating to South Farm Court, please contact Malcolm Williams of Harrison-Lavers and Potbury’s on 01395 516633 or email: mwilliams.hlp@btinternet.com

We are trustees for life of the countryside

– 22nd Baron Clinton, 2002

But our power for good or evil in this world’s affairs in a countryside is enormous

– Robert Lipscomb, Steward 1865 – 1892

Do what you can to elevate your profession. It is an honourable one

– Robert Lipscomb, Steward 1865 – 1892

to set out against the Scots, the King’s enemies and rebels

– Instructions given by Edward 1 to John de Clinton on 8th April 1298, prior to him leading the Royal army to victory at the Battle of Falkirk. As a direct result the Clinton Barony was formed on 22nd July 1299

…and the Lord Clinton was, by the whole Council, brought to the King’s presence, who after like thanks was given, was pleased that he should be made High Admiral of England and one of his Privy Council…

– Official record of appointment of 9th Baron Clinton as Lord High Admiral for life on 4th May 1550