Old Solomon’s farm lies in the Tamar Valley opposite the former Devon Great Consuls copper mines. Records of the farm can be traced back to the 12th century. Part of the farmhouse is thought to be 14th century and there are 18th century farm buildings and a modern barn. Medieval hedges still exist on the farm. Today the farm is used to breed pedigree sheep, rare breed pigs and poultry, including Cornish game and Norfolk turkeys. Most of the farm is permanent pasture while eight acres are steep rough woodland.