1863 Sale of the Manor of Whitebear

Milton Damerell – Devon

Eligible Freehold Investment

Mr.  Sanders will sell by auction, at the Hotel, Woodford Bridge, in the parish of Milton Damerell aforesaud, on Friday, the 25th day of September next, at three o’clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as will be then and there read, unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given, and either in one or two lots, as may be agreed on, the fee-simple and inheritance of and in all that desirable MANOR OF WHITEBEAR, situate in the parish of Milton Damerell; comprising two farmhouses, with convenient outbuildings, and about 300 acres of rich orchard, arable, meadow and pasture land, with a thriving plantation on the same, part in the occupation of Mr. Bartholomew Fishleigh, as yearly tenant thereof, and the rest in hand.

The property is desirably situated as to market roads, and manure, being distant about six miles from the greatly improving market town of Holsworthy, ten from Bideford, and eight from Torrington; is capable of great improvement and is well worthy the attention of capitalists and others desiring a good and safe investment; it abounds with game, and offers peculiar attractions to sportsmen, the meets of foxhounds being frequently in the immediate neighbourhood, and excellent fishing is to be had in the Waldon and Torridge rivers, close to the property.

For viewing apply to BARTHOLOMEW FISHLEIGH, on the farm; and for further particulars to Mr. A. B. C. COHAM, Solicitor, Holsworthy.

Dated 21st of August, 1863.

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