ONE of Plymouth’s industrial and business gems at Wixenford Farm in Coledown Hill, near Plympton and Plymstock is up for sale, with a price tag of £975K – with former BBC TV star Scott Gray of ‘Homes under The Hammer’ conducting the online sale on the 7th December. 


The mixed used industrial, business, and residential site offers vast opportunities for potential buyers and investors to develop Wixenford Farm, located on the city’s rural fringes, with excellent road links into Plymouth and the A38, said Mr Gray.

“The same family have owned Wixenford Farm for generations, but now feel its time to sell, and I’m very pleased 247 Property Auctions together with Vickery Holman Commercial Property Consultants and Surveyors – are working together to sell this amazing development.” 

The Grade 2 listed Farmhouse

“Up for auction is a range of tenanted lock-up units, stores and workshops, along with a range of stunning period barns, outbuildings, and especially the main Grade 2 listed Farmhouse, that now provides four units of self-contained accommodation,” he said.

“Wixenford Farm offers a diversified revenue stream for potential buyers or investors, as well as opportunities to create further enhancement, and especially scope for an uplift in rental incomes to several businesses based on the site that have largely been untouched for the last 20 years.”

“Potentially this business and industrial gem could become a truly high calibre, strong yielding investment,  as it also offers scope for future development and asset management angles, from either commercial, industrial and residential, subject to all the necessary consents being obtainable,” said Mr Gray.

Successful entrepreneur Scott Gray established 247 Property Auctions over 3 years ago and sold over £35 million in value so far.

Mr Gray, added: “After after a long period working on the BBC TV show ‘Homes Under The Hammer’ I decided it was time to set up my own business.”

“247 Property Auctions work across the South West and UK, and our live streaming auctions generate buyers from across the home nations, and people from overseas looking for great properties or land investment opportunities in the South West,” he said. 

The live online auction for Wixenford Farm is scheduled for the 7th December at 4pm and more information on our website:

Anyone looking for more information about the Wixenford Farm can view on their web portal: contact: for more details.

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