This 400-acre mixed farm with 15 acres of deciduous woodland and many important features, is set on the edge of the Tamar valley, five miles south east of Launceston. The farm and listed traditional buildings are currently being renovated, including a roundhouse, grade 1 gatehouse (SAM) and obelisk (SAM). There are views of Bodmin and Dartmoor from escarpment above ancient woodlands which feature mature broadleaf trees with spectacular covering of bluebells and early purple orchid (May) and primroses (April). There are areas of wetland, including streams and springs and Bradstone Manor gatehouse, "The Bradstone" and the parish church are featured in many publications. The manor is listed in the Domesday Book.