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The new owners of this stunning country house are sure to raise a glass when they move in - because it comes with its very own vineyard in the back garden.<br />
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The 3.5 acre site is nestled in the grounds of the stunning Grade II listed building that is surrounded by rolling countryside.<br />
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It produces sauvignon blanc and pinot noir grapes and can yield 4,000 bottles of rose and white wine per year.<br />
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The vineyard and the ancient house situated in Mamhead near Exeter, Devon, have now been put on the market for 1.15 million pounds.<br />
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The four-bedroom property, named Brick House, was first mentioned in a book named 'Travels in Georgian Devon' which was published in the 1780s.<br />
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It was unusual for a house to be built out of brick in the 18th century, which is thought to be why it was named.<br />
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The property is surrounded by 20 acres of land and features a stream, pond, paddocks, and a detached stone barn used as a workshop and games room.<br />
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The current owners, Gary Bullard and his partner Elaine Sullivan, have also secured planning permission to join the two buildings together.